Day 1 - 13 November 2019
Developing for the IoT: Chair’s Welcome and Opening Remarks
Hear from an industry leading analyst about the latest trends, investments and market insights for IoT tech developers, vendors and service providers.
Realizing the IoT
The IoT stands to innovate every facet of the way we live our lives and is moving from functionable to proactive and problem solving. How are companies ensuring that the potential of the IoT is realized?
Senior Representative, Intertrust
02:10PM - Day 1
10:20AM - Day 1
Panel: The Fundamentals of IoT Device Management
There is no doubt that device management is the foundation for any IoT solution. This talk will look at the ways in which IoT device management platforms offer lifecycle management capabilities which can help deploy, monitor, maintain, manage, and update IoT devices at-scale.
Senior Representative, Sirin Software
11:30AM - Day 1
Application Design and Development
This talk will look at how solution providers are ensuring that their applications are fit for purpose. This includes, amongst other considerations, ensuring they are scalable, interoperable, and have an in-built layer of security.
Tools, SDKs and APIs for End-To-End Development
- How effective are the currently available tools designed to reduce the design-develop-deployment cycle?
- Do they provide the level of flexibility required to allow your products to change over their lifecycle?
- What are the challenges that arise with using sensors and how to overcome them?
- What role does open source software play here?
Chief Marketing and Product Officer
12:20PM - Day 1
Run Real-time, Event-driven Enterprise Applications
In this session, learn how the revolution in event-driven application platforms enable innovative companies to develop, deploy and run real-time enterprise applications – enabled by the IoT – with dramatically reduced time-to-market, significantly lowered development and maintenance costs, and maximized agility in the face of requirements for continuous innovation and digital transformation.
Lead Technical Evangelist
02:00PM - Day 1
Demystifying the Smart Environment for IoT Architecture
The smart environment is comprised of many layers of technology (networks, sensors, etc.) The architecture that powers applications like this require many moving pieces to ensure flexibility and scalability. In this talk, we will take a look at the structure of a smart environment architecture and provide learnings and best practices from real-world applications.
Panel: Connectivity Considerations for IoT Solutions
- Discussions around range vs. data rate vs power consumption for these IoT connectivity technologies
- The drawbacks for each network, including security and whether devices can actively initiate communication with the network
- How Mesh networks can be utilised by a range of industries, not just the Smart Home sector to provide flexible and scalable connectivity without the need for ISP’s for the IoT.
Managing Director (former) / Chairman, Board of Directors
Schlumberger / Technology Collaboration Center
03:10PM - Day 1
Partnerships for Productivity
It is evident that the IoT space has not nearly achieved its full potential and it seems that the key to its success is vendors creating strategic partnerships so that the users can interact with clearly defined partners, in turn allowing for the most effective experience with the technology.
What is the future for this notion; are we able to share and share alike and what are the limitations?
Director, Channel Sales – IoT and Cybersecurity
Telefonica (Business Solutions)/ IoT World Alliance
04:10PM - Day 1
eSIM Technology as an Enabler for IoT Connectivity
With the advent of the eSIM, the world of telco connectivity has changed. This talk will look at the eSIM market as a whole and the way that it will affect the pace and the manner in which IoT devices are developed and deployed.
North American Regional Chair / Director of Product Management (MultiTech)
04:30PM - Day 1
Interoperability for a Predictable Future
- How to drive collaboration within the currently stagnant interoperability market.
- Are multimode radio solutions & software flexibility the answer?
- What are ways to enable interoperability to scale from device-to-device and application-to-application all the way to system-to-system, infrastructure-to-infrastructure, sector-to-sector, region-to-region, and above for a truly global IoT?