Day 1

29 November 2017

IoT Innovations & Technologies

The IoT Innovations and Technologies track provides a platform for businesses from start-up level and beyond to showcase the latest innovation across the entire IoT ecosystem that are transforming the way enterprise and business view the Internet of Things. Demonstrable technologies include the latest IoT platforms, gateways, E2E systems, connectivity, security and device management solutions as well as the latest IoT tech from drones to 3D printers. Hear from Industry thought leaders about how these technologies are creating new business paradigms and transforming whole sectors in areas as diverse as health, industry, transport and security. Attracting a diverse audience of senior decision makers from enterprise, the public sector and service providers, as well as many of the leading investor groups for this sector this stage is the place to be for a quickfire look at what is new for 2017 and beyond.

09:00AM

IoT Innovations & Technologies: Chair’s welcome and opening comments

Steve Brumer

Partner

151 Advisors

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09:00AM - Day 1

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10:10AM - Day 2

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. Steve Brumer, Partner, 151 Advisors

09:20AM

Bluetooth Workshop – Bridging the Gap between Connected Places and Smart Places

Chuck Sabin

Senior Director, Business Strategy and Planning

Bluetooth SIG

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With over 3 billion devices shipped every year, Bluetooth® technology is creating connections that power innovation, establish new markets and push the limits of wireless communication worldwide. After pioneering the wireless audio and connected device markets and ushering in the dawn of the global beacon revolution, Bluetooth is once again expanding the way in which things connect.

With the launch of its mesh topology, Bluetooth is unleashing the incredible potential of many-to-many communications and enabling homes, offices, factories and cities to move beyond being simply connected to being truly smart. Now tens, hundreds, and even thousands of devices, from small, battery operated sensors to mains powered lights and thermostats, can reliably and securely communicate with one another. And when built on Bluetooth, a mesh network is more than just a network of devices; it is a platform upon which to run new services and solutions, allowing buildings to become truly intelligent, manufacturers to become more efficient, and businesses to service their customers in new ways.

Moderator: . Chuck Sabin, Senior Director, Business Strategy and Planning, Bluetooth SIG

09:40AM

Bluetooth Fireside Chat – Smart Industry

Ian Fountain

Director of Application Segments

National Instruments

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09:40AM - Day 1

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Marcus Kennedy

Director of Segment Marketing and Strategic Engagements, Industrial and Energy Solutions

Intel Corporation

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09:40AM - Day 1

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Ryan Martin

Principal Analyst

ABI Research

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09:40AM - Day 1

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This unique series of fireside chats will tap some of the leading integrators, suppliers, customers and analysts to explore the impact a newly expanded range of fit-for-purpose network topologies from Bluetooth will have across multiple sectors, including Smart Industry, Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, and Smart Homes. From tracking patients and expensive equipment in hospitals, to connecting machines for improved predictive maintenance on factory floors, to intelligently controlling lighting, temperature, and air conditioning and monitoring occupancy and security in businesses, our panellists will explore how Bluetooth technology is transforming connected places into smart places.

. Ian Fountain, Director of Application Segments , National Instruments
. Marcus Kennedy, Director of Segment Marketing and Strategic Engagements, Industrial and Energy Solutions , Intel Corporation
. Ryan Martin, Principal Analyst, ABI Research

10:00AM

Bluetooth Fireside Chat – Smart City

Ken Figueredo

Senior Representative

Chordant, an InterDigital business

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10:00AM - Day 1

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Mike Barboni

Vice President, Customer Engineering

Gimbal

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10:00AM - Day 1

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Dominique Bonte

VP/Managing Director, Verticals/End Markets

ABI Research

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10:00AM - Day 1

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This unique series of fireside chats will tap some of the leading integrators, suppliers, customers and analysts to explore the impact a newly expanded range of fit-for-purpose network topologies from Bluetooth will have across multiple sectors, including Smart Industry, Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, and Smart Homes. From tracking patients and expensive equipment in hospitals, to connecting machines for improved predictive maintenance on factory floors, to intelligently controlling lighting, temperature, and air conditioning and monitoring occupancy and security in businesses, our panellists will explore how Bluetooth technology is transforming connected places into smart places.

. Ken Figueredo, Senior Representative, Chordant, an InterDigital business
. Mike Barboni, Vice President, Customer Engineering, Gimbal
. Dominique Bonte, VP/Managing Director, Verticals/End Markets, ABI Research

10:20AM

Bluetooth Fireside Chat – Smart Building

Trent Fierro

Director of Software Solutions Marketing

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company

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10:20AM - Day 1

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Szymon Slupik

CTO

Silvair

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10:40AM - Day 1

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10:20AM - Day 1

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This unique series of fireside chats will tap some of the leading integrators, suppliers, customers and analysts to explore the impact a newly expanded range of fit-for-purpose network topologies from Bluetooth will have across multiple sectors, including Smart Industry, Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, and Smart Homes. From tracking patients and expensive equipment in hospitals, to connecting machines for improved predictive maintenance on factory floors, to intelligently controlling lighting, temperature, and air conditioning and monitoring occupancy and security in businesses, our panellists will explore how Bluetooth technology is transforming connected places into smart places.

. Trent Fierro, Director of Software Solutions Marketing , Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company
. Szymon Slupik, CTO, Silvair

10:40AM

Bluetooth Fireside Chat – Smart Home

David Grove

Director of Sales

Cassia Networks

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10:40AM - Day 1

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Szymon Slupik

CTO

Silvair

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10:40AM - Day 1

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10:20AM - Day 1

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This unique series of fireside chats will tap some of the leading integrators, suppliers, customers and analysts to explore the impact a newly expanded range of fit-for-purpose network topologies from Bluetooth will have across multiple sectors, including Smart Industry, Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, and Smart Homes. From tracking patients and expensive equipment in hospitals, to connecting machines for improved predictive maintenance on factory floors, to intelligently controlling lighting, temperature, and air conditioning and monitoring occupancy and security in businesses, our panellists will explore how Bluetooth technology is transforming connected places into smart places.

. David Grove, Director of Sales, Cassia Networks
. Szymon Slupik, CTO, Silvair

11:00AM

Bluetooth Workshop – Panel, Q&A and closing remarks

Chuck Sabin

Senior Director, Business Strategy and Planning

Bluetooth SIG

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An opportunity for the audience to pose their questions to the Bluetooth SIG team, as well as all the speakers from the session.

Moderator: . Chuck Sabin, Senior Director, Business Strategy and Planning, Bluetooth SIG

11:20AM

Networking Break

11:30AM

IoT Innovation: Machine Learning for Developers – A Quick Introduction to the Nexosis API

Guy Royse

Developer Evangelist

Nexosis

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11:30AM - Day 1

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Do you want to do the cool machine learning things but haven’t opened your linear algebra book since 1994? Maybe you have an awesome idea but don’t have time to become a data scientist and just want to build your thing. Are you craving a solution that allows you to do the machine learning stuff without learning all the machine learning stuff?

Well, I just want to build my thing too and I don’t have time to learn all the machine learning stuff either. The cool thing is, now we don’t need to crack the cover on our old textbooks. Instead, you can use the Nexosis API and take advantage of our data scientists instead of becoming one yourself. Our API provides a simple to use interface that lets you do time-series forecasting and impact analysis.

In this session, you’ll learn how easy it is to use our API, the types of problems you can solve with it, and how to use it in your application over HTTP or from your favorite programming language. There will even be a quick demo. So come and check us out and get started on your idea now!

. Guy Royse, Developer Evangelist, Nexosis

11:50AM

IoT Innovation: Consumer IoT – accelerating adoption and monetization

Shahar Yaacobi

Head of Marketing, Internet of Things

Amdocs

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11:50AM - Day 1

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• Is the consumer the next big opportunity for IoT?
• Moving to high value, high ARPU services
• Consumer IoT – Business and monetization models
• Creating a global hub for consumer IoT services
• Embracing eSIM- What do we need to do today to drive high adoption?

. Shahar Yaacobi, Head of Marketing, Internet of Things, Amdocs

12:10PM

IoT Innovation: A Safe & Dependable IoT Future Requires Securing Today’s Processors

Jothy Rosenberg

Founder and CEO

Dover Microsystems

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12:10PM - Day 1

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Cyber attacks are exploding in volume. Software security “solutions” have been unable to effectively protect people and systems and often exacerbate the vulnerabilities. Our processors are complicit and the only way to comprehensively address the burgeoning problem is by addressing our existing hardware designs.

In this talk, Jothy will explain how seven years of DARPA research and two years of commercial incubation at Draper Labs have produced a solution: the Dover Microsystems PIPE. Jothy will walk the audience through Dover’s approach to secure processing and explain how Dover can protect you from all network based cyber attacks.

. Jothy Rosenberg, Founder and CEO, Dover Microsystems

12:30PM

Networking Break

01:30PM

Panel: Creating a seamless connected building ecosystem: in the home, hospitality and the workplace

John Feland

CEO and Founder

Argus Insights

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Gus Molina

IoT Solutions Architect

Advantech

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01:30PM - Day 1

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Tobin Richardson

President and CEO

Zigbee Alliance

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01:30PM - Day 1

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Mitchell Klein

Executive Director

Z-Wave Alliance

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01:30PM - Day 1

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  • To what extent can tech like gateways, hubs, smart meters, security, lighting, and entertainment form a central component of the connected home and workplace?
  • What should businesses consider when choosing a connected building or home platform; closed vs open software, monitoring and configuration, provisioning and authentication and software updates and maintenance?
  • What role will partnerships play in ensuring the maximum delivery from interconnected devices?
  • The role of the cloud and mesh systems in smart home and workplace connectivity.
Moderator: . John Feland, CEO and Founder, Argus Insights
. Gus Molina, IoT Solutions Architect, Advantech
. Tobin Richardson, President and CEO, Zigbee Alliance
. Mitchell Klein, Executive Director , Z-Wave Alliance

02:10PM

Smart homes, smart consumers?

Senior Representative, On Semiconductor

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02:10PM - Day 1

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A presentation from a leading IoT smart home company discussing the role of the consumer in todays connected home ecosystem.  The talk will highlight which technologies consumer currently feel comfortable allowing into their home, which technologies and companies they wish to spend their money on as well as what is stopping them, from poor design and interoperability to concerns over privacy.   Finally discussing what the potential areas of market growth are such as senior care support?

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02:40PM

IoT Innovation: OPC Foundation

Stefan Hoppe

Vice President

OPC Foundation

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02:40PM - Day 1

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A presentation from a leading IoT interoperability standard, demonstrating their latest advances in this rapidly changing field.

. Stefan Hoppe, Vice President, OPC Foundation

03:00PM

Finding the Signal in the Noise: Thermal Sensor’s Role in Making Smarter Buildings, Grids, Vehicles and More

Tim LeBeau

Vice President

Seek Thermal

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03:00PM - Day 1

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In this IoT Innovation session, Seek Thermal’s Tim LeBeau delves into the world of thermal sensors and how access to real-time radiometric temperatures of machines, grids, motors, conveyor belts, even trains or trucks, will re-define predictive and preventive maintenance through real-time, clean and cost-effective data.

What are thermal sensors? How do they work? How are they different from the way temperatures have been traditionally monitored? Just as importantly, how do they talk to software to ultimately monitor and predict the health of elements, in real-time, in the Industrial Internet of Things?

. Tim LeBeau, Vice President, Seek Thermal

03:20PM

IoT Innovation: Security

Bo Sakowski

Founder & Director,

Plug and Play Cybersecurity

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03:20PM - Day 1

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This talk will highlight some of the latest IoT security developments from one of the industry’s leading providers of E2E security solutions.

. Bo Sakowski, Founder & Director, , Plug and Play Cybersecurity

03:40PM

IoT Innovation: AR/VR in Enterprise

A case study from enterprise about how AR/VR technology is being utilised to aid workers, improve safety and add business value, including real life examples and a discussion of some of the challenges and opportunities presented by this technology within the workplace.

 

04:00PM

Networking Break

04:20PM

IoT Innovation: Payments

A presentation from a leading IoT vendor discussing the latest innovations within IoT billing models and payment platforms.

04:40PM

Using Artificial Intelligence and the IoT to track Volcanic Activity, Flooding, and Wildfires

Steve Chien

Head of Artificial Intelligence Group

Jet Propulsion Lab, NASA

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04:40PM - Day 1

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For over the past dozen years, AI has been used to detect, track, and observe natural hazards and scientific phenomena, enabling unprecedented monitoring and study of Volcanoes, Flooding Events, and Wildfires.  In this talk I discuss the synthesis of hardware, software, that has enabled integration of scores of assets with AI/Machine learning/data interpretation/automated scheduling  software, the internet, and international collaborations for both humanitarian (mitigation of natural hazards and monitoring of UNESCO sites) as well as scientific purposes.  I then close by discussing potential extra-terrestrial applications of this technology.

. Steve Chien, Head of Artificial Intelligence Group, Jet Propulsion Lab, NASA

05:10PM

IoT MeetUp 2

An exciting local MeetUp group will be holding a special edition of their regular MeetUps at the event.

06:00PM

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Day 2

30 November 2017

IoT Innovations & Technologies – Day 2

The IoT Innovations and Technologies track provides a platform for businesses from start-up level and beyond to showcase the latest innovation across the entire IoT ecosystem that are transforming the way enterprise and business view the Internet of Things. Hear from Industry thought leaders about how these technologies are creating new business paradigms and transforming whole sectors. Day 2 focuses on sectors where emerging IoT technologies are really making an impact, highlighting innovations within both technology and business paradigms enabled by IoT across sectors such as health, fitness, sport, insurance and retail.

09:00AM

IoT Innovations and Technologies Day 2: Chair’s welcome and opening comments

Neil Strother

Principal Research Analyst

Navigant

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09:00AM - Day 2

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. Neil Strother, Principal Research Analyst, Navigant

09:20AM

Keynote: Digitally transforming new industries using IoT

  • Discussing the newest markets that will be adopting IoT technologies in 2018 and beyond.
  • What are the newest innovations within IoT software, hardware and platforms and how are they impacting the current market?
  • What will companies have to do to still be viable in a 2022 IoT marketplace?
  • Predictions for which sectors will see growth in the next 5 years and which ones will fall by the wayside?

09:50AM

Lessons we can learn from Insurance and IoT

Andrew Rose

President

Compare.com

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10:20AM - Day 2

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  • Examples of how the insurance industry has embraced the IoT – pay as you drive, home insurance and health insurance
  • How IoT has disrupted the insurance industry
  • Individualising services for customers
  • Making money from data
. Andrew Rose, President, Compare.com

10:20AM

Panel: Future directions for the IoT in insurance

Neil Strother

Principal Research Analyst

Navigant

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09:00AM - Day 2

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Andrew Rose

President

Compare.com

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10:20AM - Day 2

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09:50AM - Day 2

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Dan Wilson

Cyber Risk Consultant

AIG

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10:20AM - Day 2

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  • How can connecting devices change how insurance products are delivered in the future?
  • How can insurers improve their customer experience and still drive efficiency?
  • Discussions around how transparent your data should be to your customers?
  • How can insurers harness data and analytics to provide their customers and policy holders with the right products that meet their needs?
  • What can IoT for insurance learn from other industries?
Moderator: . Neil Strother, Principal Research Analyst, Navigant
. Andrew Rose, President, Compare.com
. Dan Wilson, Cyber Risk Consultant, AIG

11:00AM

Networking Break

11:30AM

Innovations and opportunities in connected health

  • What are the latest ground breaking ideas and innovations in healthcare technology and how are they affecting the healthcare industry in developing and developed countries?
  • Who are the stakeholders in the mobile health field and how are they adapting to technological changes?
  • Who is going to pay for technology and how are developments and progress in technology affecting the healthcare ecosystem?

12:00PM

Hearables – the next generation of IoT health wearable?

  • One recent study by Juniper Research suggests that the market for hearables could reach $5 billion in revenue by 2020, but what are they and who uses them?
  • What impact could they have on the connected health business, via allowing for more accurate and easy measuring of vital signs like heartrate, body temperature and blood pressure.
  • How smart, interactive wireless headphones can be used to transform the way we live and work.
  • What are the potential applications for such technology, i.e. improving worker safety, giving notifications, instructions and communications as well as biometric identification?

12:30PM

Networking break

01:30PM

Panel: Raising the bar – can IoT improve our fitness and performance?

Teena Maddox

Senior Writer

TechRepublic

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Gajanan S. Bhat, Ph.D.

Head, Department of Textiles, Merchandising & Interiors

The University of Georgia

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01:30PM - Day 2

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Justin Leach

Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Performance

University of San Francisco

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01:30PM - Day 2

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Nick Leman

High Performance Director

Seattle Reign FC

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01:30PM - Day 2

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  • Discussing the convergence of sport and technology – smart clothing, accessories and fitness wear that can do everything from monitor your heart to charge your smartphone.
  • How can predictive analytics can play a role in improving sports performance in personal and a team setting?
  • Exploring innovations in smart textiles, sensors and platforms and examining which areas will provide future growth
  • Sensors and connectivity: choices and challenges.
Moderator: . Teena Maddox, Senior Writer, TechRepublic
. Gajanan S. Bhat, Ph.D., Head, Department of Textiles, Merchandising & Interiors, The University of Georgia
. Justin Leach, Assistant Athletic Director for Athletic Performance, University of San Francisco
. Nick Leman, High Performance Director , Seattle Reign FC

02:10PM

Case Study: Learning from the Players

How the latest IoT products and analytics are being used at a real life sports team to improve the players fitness, accuracy and performance.

02:40PM

Networking Break

03:00PM

Keynote Panel: How is the IoT shaping consumer-brand relationships in retail and beyond?

Jessica Groopman

Independent analyst and IoT advisor

Jess Groopman

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04:30PM - Day 1

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12:30PM - Day 1

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Stephane Wyper

Senior Vice President, New Commerce Partnerships and Commercialization

Mastercard

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03:00PM - Day 2

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03:40PM - Day 2

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Nina Bhatia

Managing Director, Centrica Connected Home

Centrica

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03:00PM - Day 2

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  • Exploring how the IoT can create a direct brand-consumer channel.
  • What potential does this IoT ‘channel’ have for multi-way communication and to what extent can it be used for consumer engagement?
  • How does this evolving landscape affect retailer’s relationship with their customers, both in store and digitally, such as utilising wearables, smart TVs and BLE technology?
  • Using IoT data streams to effectively equip yourself to form closer relationships with the customer.
  • Security and privacy necessary for trust-based consumer-brand relationship.
Moderator: . Jessica Groopman, Independent analyst and IoT advisor , Jess Groopman
. Stephane Wyper, Senior Vice President, New Commerce Partnerships and Commercialization, Mastercard
. Nina Bhatia, Managing Director, Centrica Connected Home, Centrica

03:40PM

Case Study: Office as a Connected Device

Stephane Wyper

Senior Vice President, New Commerce Partnerships and Commercialization

Mastercard

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03:00PM - Day 2

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03:40PM - Day 2

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  • How has the era of IoT changed the concept of work and opened the door to a new ‘sharing economy?
  • What is Mastercard and its partners doing in the connected work space?
  • Real life examples of how IoT is providing real-time visibility into how those spaces are being used and then adapted.
. Stephane Wyper, Senior Vice President, New Commerce Partnerships and Commercialization, Mastercard

04:10PM

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