2016 Sessions

 

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Business Transformation

  • Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet: Exploring The World of Connected Enterprises (BT1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 11:45 - 12:30
    • Room 1

    Industry 4.0 (aka Industrial IoT or Smart Manufacturing) marries IT with operations technology and creates six overarching opportunities for business transformation.  We examine these transformational plays and their application in manufacturing and distribution, focusing on the impact of Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 on the supply chain and customer engagement.

    Mark Cotteleer
    Director, Center for Integrated Research - Deloitte Services, LP

  • Delivering Innovation in the Age of Experiences (BT2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 12:30 - 13:15
    • Room 1

    This session will outline how High-Tech innovators can transform their processes to meet the competitive pressures and requirements from demanding connected customers, workers and citizens. Use-cases running on Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE platform and MICROSOFT Azure will show how companies can leverage big data and model-based approaches to accelerate innovating at the experience level beyond products and services.

    Olivier Ribet
    Vice President High Tech Industry / Internet Of Things - Dassault Systemes

  • Stepping Outside the Comfort Zone: A Blueprint of Transformation from a Transaction Sale to a Subscription Offering (BT3)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 1

    Why would a successful market-leading IoT waste management company with a footprint covering top metropolitan cities around the world decide to make bold, risky, and strategic pivot in business model? It’s simple: the customer. This session will cover the challenging decision to move Bigbelly’s successful capital-based business model to a subscription platform as a service.

    Leila Dillon
    VP Global Marketing and North American Channel - Bigbelly

  • Industrial-strength AR: Creating Valuable Experiences for the IIoT (BT4)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 1

    Why augmented reality for the industrial enterprise, and why now? The Industrial Internet of Things has ushered in entirely new ways to extend product value for both producer and consumer through the convergence of the physical and digital worlds. Additionally, the democratization of AR technology will further change the way that field service techs, factory floor workers and end users interact with the things that they use. 

    Michael M. Campbell
    Executive Vice President - Vuforia Studio in the Technology Platforms Group (TPG) at PTC

  • Challenges and Lessons Learned From Product-to-Service Transformation Journeys (BT5)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 1

    Transitioning from a product-centric organization to a service-centric one. Transforming a sales organization from selling discrete products to providing service bundles that maximize profit throughout the life of the products, is just one of many of such challenges. In this panel, we will discuss some of these challenges and the lesson learned from the journeys from those who have or are going through the transition.

    Ben Salama (Moderator)
    Managing Director, Accenture Digital - Accenture

    Jesse DeMesa
    Venture Partner, Silicon Valley - Momenta Partners

    Leila Dillon
    VP Global Marketing and North American Channel - Bigbelly

    Calvin Smith
    Business Lead, IoT Strategy and Principal Manager, Global Innovation and Portfolio Intelligence - Dell Technologies

    James Kirkland
    Chief Architect, Internet of Things - Red Hat

  • Case Study: Small Engineering Teams Making a Big Impact in the IIoT (BT6)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 1

    Come and learn about established architectures and the business benefit they provide.  In this session we will cover two case studies, a small agricultural company, Firefly Equipment, and how they develop next generation agricultural equipment and how London Underground used a similar approach to improve mass transit uptime.

    Jamie Smith
    Director of Embedded Systems - National Instruments

  • Tech Giants, Corporations And Disruptive Start-ups: The Truth Of IoT Ecosystem (BT7)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 1

    The IoT market is rocketing, with more companies creating venture capitals to analyze and invest in disruptive start-ups. Tech giants are also investing and invading the IoT space. Everis has analyzed the investments performed by venture capitals and it shows diversified patterns, the increasing interest and maturity of a wide variety of areas of IoT and how corporations are expanding beyond their traditional business. 

    Juantxo Guibelalde Folch
    Partner - everis

  • Presence, Personality and Pulse - Enlivening Experiences With Ambient Data (BT8)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 1

    Our coordinates, sleep patterns, the route we walk, our choice of words, are unique to us. It's a goldmine of data that can personalize and enliven customer experiences. This session demonstrates a glimpse of new engagements, driven by what we learn from our presence, personality and pulse.

    Anton McConville
    Developer Advocate | IBM Bluemix - IBM

  • Real Time Analytics and Citizen Engagement in Smart Cities (BT9)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 1

    The ability to quickly get real-time insights from data and engage people in context will define value and accelerate digital transformation for organizations. This session will focus on how to tame IoT data complexity and how to leverage data assets in order to thrive in a hyper-distributed world. 

    Pratish Menon
    Senior Manager, Customer Solutions - Smart Cities and IoT - Cisco

  • 2-Speed IT - The Best Way To Start Your IoT Journey (BT10)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 1

    In this talk we will learn about two market leaders in two different industries - manufacturing and biopharma - how they used 2-speed IT to quickly capture market potential enabled by IoT. We will also look at benefits brought by moving from disconnected to smart enterprise, different IoT strategies and how to retain startup-like flexibility at the same time enabling market expansion on the global scale.

    Lukasz Paciorkowski
    Digital Solution Designer - Accenture

  • Designing Business Models for the Industrial Internet of Things (BT11)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 1

    Come and learn about established architectures and the business benefit they provide.  In this session we will cover two case studies, a small agricultural company, Firefly Equipment, and how they develop next generation agricultural equipment and how London Underground used a similar approach to improve mass transit uptime.

    Martin Tantow
    General Manager, EMEA - Kii

  • Monetize the IoT : Bringing ROI and IP Protection to IoT (BT12)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 1

    Learn about the driving forces behind the IoT, a world where software is becoming an increasingly important component in the creation of value. To understand how this value translates to profit, we will review various monetization models and provide insight into how to maximize the potential of the IoT.

    Jam Khan
    - Gemalto Software

  • Accelerating Insights At The IoT Edge (BT13)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 16:15 - 17:00
    • Room 1

    Until recently, businesses were forced to choose between immediacy of information or depth of analysis of assets at the edge, but ultimately, both are required to win in the market place.  With the growth of the IoT, businesses now require real-time access to insights and analytics of on premise assets, triggering the need for a fundamental shift in compute infrastructure.

    Olivier Frank
    Senior Director, WW Moonshot and IOT Systems - Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • The CIO: A key Influencer in the Connected Industry Era (BT14)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 1

    Randy will explore how success in the Connected Era demands transformational business changes, with the CIO embracing a broader, more influential role. After all, IoT opens up novel business models and brings new cybersecurity risks. The CIO will keep abreast of these new opportunities and threats, be well positioned to share that insight, engage ecosystem partners in new ways and build the technology the business needs to respond rapidly.

    Randy Krotowski
    Venture Partner - Momenta Partners

Manufacturing

  • Connecting 15,000 Smart Factories All Around The World (M1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 11:45 - 12:30
    • Room 2

    The challenge to network thousands of productions systems all around the world led to the development of an innovative remote service cloud solution for manufacturing.

    Hans-Peter Bock
    - TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH + Co. KG

  • Industrial Internet and Industrie 4.0 - Combining the Best of Two Worlds (M2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 12:30 - 13:15
    • Room 2

    The Industrial Internet and Industrie 4.0 are addressing two important parts of a larger problem: How to design, implement and manufacture intelligent, connected products with value-added backend services.

    Dirk Slama
    Director Business Development - Bosch Software Innovations GmbH

  • The Factory of The Future: Enabled by Robotics and Digitalization (M3)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 2

    According to recent studies more than  20 billion devices will be connected by 2020. I will talk about the opportunities and challenges that this will create. About the transformation from the current state of manufacturing to the factory of the future enabled by robotics and digitalization. I will share some examples how we have used digitalization in ABB robotics.  

    Arno Strotgen
    Group Vice President, Customer Service, Robotics Business Unit - ABB

  • The Adaptive Digital Factory (M4)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 2

    This presentation will delve deep into the impact of automated digitized processes and dynamic cases for the digital transformation of manufacturing with models, examples, use cases, and case studies that elucidate the Adaptive Digital Factory.  It will also focus on the digital transformation competency center in manufacturing.

    Setrag Khoshafian
    VP of BPM Technology - Pegasystems Inc.

    Bruce Williams
    Vice President, Business Lines Leader - Pegasystems Inc.

  • Extending Value Creation Through IoT, Processes and People (M5)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 2

    Many companies are focused on developing specific use-cases based on IoT for their organization that often provide an output based solution falling short of providing the maximum possible business value.  Therefore, the manner in which these capabilities integrate with existing applications, work together to enrich the processes, and affect change in the workforce behavior is the key to value-realization that drives measurable business outco

    Justin Beltramo
    Global Head Manufacturing, IoT WoRKS - HCL

  • Towards a Trustworthy Industrial Internet of Things Infrastructure (M6)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 2

    This session will introduce challenges of designing, developing and deploying mission-critical IoT infrastructure, and will introduce security design principles resulting in a trustworthy Internet of Things.

    Arjmand Samuel
    Principal Program Manager - Microsoft

  • The User-Centric and Digital Plant of The Future (M7)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 2

    The great crew change will see a generation of highly skilled workers replaced with “digital-native” millennials within in the next 5 to 7 years . To bridge this gap the plant of the future must transform to be more user-centric and less machine-centric.

    Greg Conary
    Senior VP, Head of Strategy, Industry Business - Schneider Electric

  • An Adaptive Manufacturing Process With Machine Learning To Improve Efficency (M8)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 2

    This session highlights the importance of adaptive manufacturing process using machine learning to predict product failures in order to increase utilization and achieve product excellence. Analytical models learn and interact with the tools streaming data for product failure predictions which automatically feeds back to the tools and for them to take automated actions.

    George Ng
    Head of Advanced Analytics and IoT - SAS Institute

  • The IVI Approach To IoT and Current Manufacturing Projects (M9)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 2

    Learn about IVI Japan's latest activities representing over 20 use cases utilizing IVI platforms.  

    Axel Saleck
    Academic Member - IVI Japan

  • Be Smart or Die (M10)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 2

    As IoT expands, heavily regulated industries will find a new platform to command compliance and minimize risk. As more things are made smart, end users will have data and information at their fingertips. This will begin to transform everything from manufacturing practices, to distribution and customer buying patterns.

    Timothy Butler
    CEO & Founder - Tego Inc

  • Sensor and Software Analytics, the Re-enforcing Intelligent Loop (M11)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 2

    A perspective on the complementary relationship between the Hardware (sensor) and the Software (Analytics & Modelling), the balance of intelligence between the two and the associated tradeoffs in performance and cost of the sensor.

    Jason Lynch
    Director of IoT Strategy - Analog Devices

  • IoT and Personal Protective Equipment (M12)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 2

    In this session LEITAT will present a manufacturing use case, where from an initial idea, a full solution for personal protective equipment utilizing IoT has been developed. 

    Sergio Martinez Navas
    Senior Researcher - LEITAT

  • Empowering The Connected Field Worker With Advanced Analytics (M13)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 16:15 - 17:00
    • Room 2

    With new technologies like mixed reality or advanced wearables, the role of the worker is becoming the Connected Worker – a person who intelligently engages with the multiple technology layers of IoT through connected devices.  The challenge is bringing the newly gathered information to the user in a contextually relevant manner that empowers the data rather overloading the worker.

    Matthew Short
    R and D Principle - Accenture

  • Smart Robots for Smart Industries. Robotics as a key player in Industrial IoT/Industry 4.0. (M14)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 2

    This session will look at the current state of advanced robotics in industry and how robots contribute to an Industrial IoT landscape, from an end user perspective.

    Michael Loughlin
    Founding Director - Nelmia Robotics Insight

Transportation and Logistics

  • Smart Transportation: The New Reality (T1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 11:45 - 12:30
    • Room 3

    Transportation is getting smarter as the Internet of moving Things becomes the new reality. Dell Technologies offers the infrastructure to securely distribute analytics from the cloud to the edge, making commercial fleets and supply chains smarter. Learn about real transportation IoT deployments which are digitally transforming businesses to increase operational efficiency, improve customer experiences, reduce risks, and create new revenue models

    Jason Kay
    Chief Commercial Officer - IMS Evolve

    Karl Bream
    VP Corporate Strategy - Nokia

    Mimi Spier
    Business Development and GTM Strategist - VMware

    Andy Rhodes (Moderator)
    Vice President and General Manager - Dell's Internet of Things (IoT) business, Dell

  • How IoT enables Efficient and Sustainable Smart Cities (T2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 12:30 - 13:15
    • Room 3

    Learn how city management teams are working to reduce carbon emissions, improve energy and fuel usage, and manage impacts of climate change. In addition, hear how cities are designing digital and mobile ready energy management and automation systems for water, utilities, buildings, and infrastructure that radically advance efficiency and sustainability while improving safety, quality of citizen life, and overall competitiveness of a city.

    Cyril Perducat
    EVP IoT & Digital Services - Schneider Electric

  • IoT on the Move: Disrupting the Railway Business Paradigm with Transportation-as-a-Service (T3)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 3

    In this fireside chat session, Deloitte and Hitachi executives will discuss how Hitachi is creating a disruptive new Transportation-as-a-Service delivery model that is helping to transform the United Kingdom’s rail systems with an integrated IoT, Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technologies (OT) solution.

    Kevin Eggleston
    GM of the Americas - Hitachi Insight Group

    Sara Gardner
    CTO - Hitachi Insight Group

    Timothy Hanley (Moderator)
    Global Leader, Consumer and Industrial Products - Deloitte

  • New Smart Mobility Models: Interactive Mobility Management Without Sensors or Specific Hardware (T4)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 3

    Frequent people agglomerations and inefficiencies in urban mobility cause transport inefficiency, unbalanced economic growth, crime, and nuisance among citizens and visitors. We propose a novel mobility management platform and business model that can attract numerous actors without the need of specific hardware, sensors or intensive server use.

    Josep Lluís Larriba-Pey
    CEO - Sparsity Technologies

    Carlos Morillo
    Head of the Area of Development and Innovation - Barcelona de Serveis Municipals, S.A.

  • Repair IntelligenceTM - An innovative Application of Artificial Intelligence in Automotive Maintenance (T5)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 3

    The automotive sector is transforming. With the innovation of connected and self-driving cars, the automotive maintenance life-cycle is becoming much more complicated. OEMs and after-market service networks are challenged with processing and interpreting larger volumes of high velocity data.

    Tilak Kasturi
    Founder - Predii, Inc

  • Creating and Deploying a LPWAN Based Waste Management IoT System (T6)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 3

    - Creating a waste management device. From the prototype to the commercial version - Evolution of the vertical solution - Interaction with waste management contractors, container manufacturers, city authorities, IoT platform providers and network operators - Success stories: From USA to Australia with a special focus on Barcelona Attendees will learn about: - Product creation - Vertical business intelligence - Product deployment and IoT

  • Challenges in IoT Transportation Analytics (T7)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 3

    There have been major breakthroughs in specific areas of self-driving vehicles.  However, enabling the smart city presents challenging problems fusing spatial, time series, network and textual information. In a few brief years, transportation initiatives have moved from data collection to data analysis.  In this talk we discuss the difficulties and approaches for dealing with the velocity, variety and quality of transportation.

    Dave Thomas
    Chief Scientist/CSO - Kx Systems

  • Big Data Solution For Decreasing Traffic Fatalities (T8)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 3

    Machine learning for decreasing traffic fatalities: Advances in data analytics and machine learning now allow the data silos to be analyzed, helping mobility, security and emergency departments pinpoint not only where traffic accident is likely to occur, but when and under what circumstances.

    Albert Isern
    CEO - Bismart

  • How Vehicle Telematics Will Transform Your Business (T9)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 3

    Data means nothing without proper analytics. Delivering value to B2B customers, thanks to vehicle telematics solutions with a real impact in the business, processes and employees, is possible.  

    José Manuel Caramés Pons
    Director of IoT Smart Mobility - Telefonica

    Stefano Peruzzi
    Europe Director - Geotab

  • Innovate Your Transportation and Logistics Line of Business To Achieve Greater Operational Efficiency and Deliver New Business Outcome with IoT (T10)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 3

    Session will customer examples will highlight how to Increase overall supply chain margin, increase fleet efficiency(>20%), gain e2e collaboration with logistics partners, reduce carbon impact of fleets, increase assets uptime & reduce service cost with predictive maintenance, increase customer satisfaction and lastly how to digitally transform business to enable new revenue streams.

    Rakesh Gandhi
    Vice President - IOT Global Lead - Transportation and Logistics - SAP Labs

  • Agile IoT Solution: Driving Digital Transformation of Transportation (T11)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 3

    IoT is driving the digitalization of transportation. However, there are many challenges due to diverse application scenarios requiring low latency, high reliability, security, harsh environment adaptability, etc. Efficiently managing and maintaining massive devices and sensors is also a big issue. We will share our approach to addressing these challenges and four customer references.

    Wu Chou
    Vice President and CTO, Enterprise Network Product Line, Huawei Product Solutions - Huawei

  • Intelligent Transport Systems: Implementation Lessons From a Large-Scale, Public-Private Sector Trail (T12)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 3

    The session will begin with an introduction of the one transport trial in the UK outlining the role of different participants, key characteristics of six distinct use cases and the technical attributes of the open-horizontal IIoT platform that different trial participants and IIoT developers will share. The next part of the presentation provides the customer view point, looking beyond intelligent-transport service requirements.

    Ken Figueredo
    IoT Ecosystem Strategist - InterDigital, Inc.

  • Mobility and IoT: a Transit Case Study (T13)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 16:15 - 17:00
    • Room 3

    As the IoT community looks to the potential its technology holds for transit solutions, this presentation seeks to inform those active in IoT and the mass transport ecosystem of the benefits open standards can provide as this space develops. The OSPT Alliance is an international association endeavouring to establish a universal open standard for transit fare collection solutions. 

    Laurent Cremer
    Executive Director - OSPT

  • Aiming For Zero DPPM in Automotive Electronics (T14)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 3

    With self-driving vehicles on the horizon, a great deal of effort is focused on designing and validating the numerous mission-critical electronic systems that will be responsible for vehicle operations. In this session, we will discuss how big data product analytics can significantly lower DPPM rates for both semiconductors and electronic systems thereby raising the overall quality and reliability of these mission-critical automotive systems.

    Michael Schuldenfrei
    CTO - Optimal+

Healthcare

  • Leveraging IoT for Globally Connected Healthcare Solutions-Philips Healthcare Case Study (H1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 11:45 - 12:30
    • Room 4

    Learn how Philips Healthcare combined the humble Raspberry Pi with the global reach and reliability of SMS to deliver a sophisticated device monitoring solution for “Big Iron” equipment such as MRI, Pet and CT scanners. Philips John Romero will be joined by Oisin Lunny from their mobile partner OpenMarket. 

    Oisin Lunny
    Senior Market Development Manager - OpenMarket

    John Romero
    - Philips Healthcare

  • Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Architecture for Connected Medical Devices Level (H2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 12:30 - 13:15
    • Room 4

    This talk examines the potential and challenge of connecting medical devices in the IIoT.  As an example, we look at GE Healthcare’s design to connect hundreds of types of devices together. The design supports hospitals with thousands of patients and hundreds of thousands of devices.

    Stan Schneider
    Chief Executive Officer - Real Time Innovations, Inc.

  • Connected Patient: How IoT is Powering a Healthcare Revolution - Panel Discussion (H3)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 4

    As healthcare continues to rapidly evolve, governments, employers, health insurance companies, and hospitals continue to look for ways to better manage the health of individuals and populations. Connected health devices and related services create a unique opportunity to improve the personalization and quality of care while driving down costs.  Yet much remains to be done before the promise of a “connected patient” can be realize

    Greg Petroff
    Chief Experience Officer, GE Digital - GE

    Guido Kragten
    Business Development Manager Education and Healthcare - HPE Aruba EMEA

    Hyleco Nauta
    Director eHealth Innovation - University Medical Centre Utrecht

    Alexandros Giannakis
    Connected Health, EALA Lead - Accenture

  • Empowering Health IOT With Cloud Based Analytics (H4)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 4

    IOT combined with cloud analytics should be a new corner stone in every health organization to achieve the digital transformation. Remote monitoring of patients or device and asset tracking are areas where IOT generates a huge impact. 

    Stefan Wijnen
    Health Industry Solution Manager Worldwide - Microsoft

  • Empowerment and Co-Leadership For Employee's Health and Performance Through Smart Health Devices (H5)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 4

    IOT combined with cloud analytics should be a new corner stone in every health organization to achieve the digital transformation. Remote monitoring of patients or device and asset tracking are areas where IOT generates a huge impact.

    Ingrid Vieira
    Chief Marketing Officer - Biwel

  • Improving Hospital Support Systems and Facility Efficiency with IoT (H6)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 4

    This session discusses new operational efficiencies that can be achieved in hospitals by leveraging IOT to improve support systems and the efficiency of the hospital facility and infrastructure. We will also share real stories from customers who have already adopted the latest in Healthcare facility IoT solutions.

    Michael Sullivan
    Vice President, Healthcare Solutions - Schneider Electric

  • Healthy Couture: Wearables, IoT Tools and The Employee-Employer Connection (H7)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 4

    Wearable technology, smartphone-based sensors and software, and discrete IoT devices are rapidly becoming a part of managing the demands of daily life/work schedules and personal health and well-being. This session will explore the latest in state-of-the-art IoT devices, software, and workplace wellbeing techniques, with a focus on the benefits to the individual, the company, and healthcare providers.

    David Osborne
    COO - Virgin Pulse

    Jack Brown
    VP Product Strategy

  • SESSION CANCELLED -From Cure To Care: The Disruptive Opportunity of Connected Health Insurance (H8)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 4

    This session has been cancelled.

    Luciano Pezzotta
    - Digitech SRL

  • IoT Environmental Monitoring (H9)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 4

    Environmental monitoring broadly covers Air, Noise, Water and Soil monitoring and pollution monitoring. With rapid increase in mega-cities and hyper-densification of cities, environmental monitoring is not just important but an urgent need.  The panel will discuss the trends, market segment opportunities and how IoT technology has evolved to address the need of continuous monitoring of our environmental in a cost effective manner.

    Sameer Sharma (Moderator)
    General Manager, IoT New Market Development - Intel Corporation

    Teppo Rantanen
    Executive Director, economic policy, innovation, education - City of Tampere

    Karl Bream
    VP Corporate Strategy - Nokia

    Keith Shea
    Vice President, Alliances and Business Development - Wind River

    Libby Wayman
    Global Director of Innovation, Ecomagination - General Electric Company

  • The KHARE Project: Human Performance Improvement (H10)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 4

    KHARE is a rehabilitation solution to speed up the recovery process for injured people: using Kinect, Band and Microsoft Azure, it supports physiatrists and neuroscience researchers in tracking movements of exercises and predicting rehab trends. The telemetry of a patient allows for experimentation with new rehabilitation modalities using mirror neurons.

    Alessandro Lombardi
    Digital Architect - Microsoft

  • Transforming Health and Social Care Through IoT: Opportunities and Challenges (H11)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 4

    IoT offers new opportunities to improve health and social care services, under the paradigm of patient centered care. This session provides examples about the use of IoT in this sector, as well as the main challenges to address, like the integration of devices, data interoperability and privacy.

    Jesús Berdún Peñato
    Project Manager - Fundació TicSalut

    Antoni Yuste Marco
    Director of Research, Innovation and Teaching of the Hospital Consorci Sanitari del Garraf - Consorci Sanitari del Garraf

  • Lab-In-A-Box: A Diagnostic Device For The Internet of You (H12)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 4

    Lab-In-A-Box is a portable, low-cost device which provides meaningful diagnostic information at the push of a button.  

    Rafael Hoekstra
    PhD candidate - Universitat Rovira i Virgili

    Francisco Javier Andrade
    Ramon y Cajal Research Fellow,Department of Analytical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry - Universitat Rovira i Virgili

  • Security Needs for IoT, Now and In a 5G Future (H13)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 16:15 - 17:00
    • Room 4

    SIMalliance has assessed the diverse security requirements for IoT segments around user, service and network level ID, authentication and privacy, as well as data integrity and protection. Security should be built into 5G from the outset to meet the requirements of the massive IoT segment, and others such as critical communications, which also covers significant aspects of healthcare telematics, enhanced mobile broadband and network operations.&n

    Bruno Basquin
    SIMalliance Representative - SIMalliance

  • IoT for Third Generation Tele-Assistance in the Dependency Care Sector (H14)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 4

    IoT enables isolated houses to be transformed into smart homes where elderly people can feel safe and secure preserving their independence and autonomy. To achieve this goal there is the need of innovative, accessible and sustainable IOT-based solutions for remote safety monitoring. 

    Enrique de la Vega Rodrigo
    Digital Product Manager - EURECAT

Energy and Utilities

  • The Challenges, Successes and Opportunities for IoT in the Oil and Gas industry (EU1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 11:45 - 12:30
    • Room 5

    The talk will start by outlining the state of play in O&G , how digital technologies are making a big imnpact and promise the greatest return out of all possible technologies. Why the industry is slower and has signifcant major challenges with the harsh environments and vast distances , but also where it has very similar challenges that have already been overcome elsewahere and can we minor tweaks be successful in O&G. Examples of

    Blaine Tookey
    Technology Principal - BP

  • Scalable, Future-Ready Electrical Distribution Solutions Using IoT (EU2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 12:30 - 13:15
    • Room 5

    This session analyzes how the integration of new technologies into traditionally safe and reliable MV/LV electrical distribution schemes enables a new series of solutions and stakeholder interactions across the life cycles of electrical installations, projects, and management—mixing the IT and OT worlds.

    Luc Hossenlopp
    CTO Energy Digitization - Schneider Electric

    Enrique Ramos
    Electric Competency Center Solution Architect - Schneider Electric

  • Amplifying Energy Savings and Simplifying Building Operations Using IoT (EU3)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 5

    This session will provide a case study covering the operational challenge of managing building systems and energy consumed by them, the technology and data challenges in buildings, the promise and possibilities of IoT technologies in solving energy and operational challenges in buildings and the construction of an integrated approach and platform from data to driving business outcome.

    Sudhi Sinha
    Vice President, Product Development - Johnson Controls Inc

  • International Standardization Bodies That Support IoT for Energy and Utilities (EU4)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 5

    EPRI will present a broad integrated approach to IoT development for utilities that covers an end-to-end electric grid from generation to energy utilization. EPRI will draw examples from its world-wide research efforts across all aspects of electric power generation, distribution and end use.

    John Simmins
    Technical Executive - Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

  • Impact of IoT and Smart Water Analytics-Panel Discussion (EU5)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 5

    It is no longer economically, politically, or socially sustainable to waste water. However, managing large water networks across wide geographic areas, optimizing water treatment plants, and preventing water loss and quality issues is no simple task. Discover how companies are leveraging the industrial IoT to better sense, manage, predict and prevent water loss, increase quality, and decrease downtime in an efficient and sustainable way.

    Antonio Sánchez Zaplana
    Engineer Manager - AGUAS DE ALICANTE

    Fernando Monzón Delgado
    CTO everis_IoT - everis

    Arthur Silva (Moderator)
    Vice President, Segment and IoT Marketing Strategy - Schneider Electric

    David Lozano
    Sales Manager, SE and Middle East - Vodafone

    Sree Hameed
    Marketing Manager, North America - Schneider Electric

  • Extending the Industrial Intranet to the Internet of Things, Services, and People (EU6)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 5

    Extending automation technology (Industrial Intranet) into the internet adds new opportunities to optimize operations and maintenance by advanced cloud-based analytics. But only when analytics results are implemented by people in the form of services, the value is delivered.

    Christopher Ganz
    IoTSP Program Manager - ABB

  • FIWARE: towards an open IoT-enabled Industrial Data Space (EU7)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 5

    Data is the “gold” of the 21st century, becoming a key resource for building end to end smart services and the Economy of Data. This session will elaborate on the opportunities and the need to define open standards enabling a hyper-connected vision of an IoT-enabled Industrial Internet Data Space where companies can share contextual data with customers and partners, giving light to innovative business models around end to end smart se

    Ulrich Ahle
    Chief Executive Officer - FIWARE Foundation

  • The Micro-Grid and The Foundation of Data (EU8)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 5

    The smart grid today faces a lot of challenges. From technology to regulatory segmentation, it the smart grid has been overly brokered between governments, technical bodies and vertical contributories. However, smart grid ultimately rests on a solid foundation of data, that if properly connected and networked, can achieve amazing things for cities, nations and the globe.    Join this session to better understand the current size, stat

    Thomas Nuth
    Global Manager, Vertical Markets - Moxa, Inc.

  • How IoT is Transforming Oil and Gas-Panel Discussion (EU9)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Room 5

    Old fields have to be squeezed to extract the last drop of recoverable oil and costs have to be wrestled down. In the oil and gas world, an important tool is integrating operations using IT and IoT systems that optimize maintenance, production and operational control. The oil and gas panel will discuss cutting edge IoT and IO solutions implemented by Oil and Gas users and their experiences.

    Maurizio Rovaglio
    Vice President Technology and Alliances Oil and Gas Segment - Global Solutions - Schneider Electric

    Kevin Kalish
    IOT Analytics Domain Lead - SAS Institute

    Havard Devold (Moderator)
    VP, Country Technology Manager - ABB

    Blaine Tookey
    Technology Principal - BP

  • Successfully Bridging the Gap Between IT and OT (EU10)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Room 5

    As sophisticated targeted attacks against critical infrastructure rise, IT and OT professionals need to understand their differences and work closely to improve both security and reliability in industrial control system environments.

    Jeff Lund
    Senior Director, Product Line Management, Industrial IT Division - Belden

  • The Internet of Energy - Integrating IoT into the Smart Grid (EU11)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Room 5

    This session will focus on the methods and tools to enable a new level of intelligence and effectiveness for a user-interactive energy system which can also be called Internet of Energy. IoT-based algorithms to optimize the energy efficiency based on the data from smart meters/devices and energy resources will also be discussed.

    Josep M. Guerrero
    Professor, Microgrid Research Programme Leader - Aalborg University, Microgrids Research Programme

  • Why-o-T: Reasons To Have a Connected Building (EU12)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Room 5

    Smart Buildings is a combination of advanced analytics and enterprise energy management processes that integrate client’s existing equipment, systems and data. In the era of IoT we can save up to 20% of building operating costs, reducing emissions, increasing the level of comfort, saving on addressable load and maintenance spend.

    Irina Niculicea
    Management Consultant - Accenture

    Matthew Marson
    - Accenture

  • Enhance Your Connected Devices Lifetime By Choosing The Right Power Source (EU13)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 16:15 - 17:00
    • Room 5

    Power sources of the wireless sensors networks are often overlooked even though they are crucial to the success and the reliability of the system, and can bring significant competitive advantages to systems. This presentation will show a real-life case study to prove the importance for the Internet of Things OEMs to work closely with their battery supplier during the design phase to optimize the power source selection.

    Cécile Joannin
    Metering and IoT Market and Product Manager - Saft Civil Electronics Division

    Josep Maria Torras Carrera
    CEO - Urbiotica

  • Energy Harvesting Application for Industry 4.0 (EU14)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Room 5

    This session will focus on the integration of a sensing module powered by peltier cells (suitable for energy harvesting solutions) and a big-data monitoring system using FIWARE platform to analyze the underlying systems.

    Carlos Puig Toledo
    IoT Developer - Alternative Energy Innovations SL

    Carles Ferrer
    Chief Technology Officer and co-founder - UAB/AEInnova SL

Innovation and Technology

  • Why Fully Automated Deployment is Mandatory For IoT Systems (IT1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 11:45 - 12:30
    • Auditorium

    IoT systems are orders of magnitude larger than systems we have built before. With systems this large and complex, one thing is clear: Humans can never deploy them. The only route to affordable, timely and correct deployment of IoT systems is full automation, which we will demonstrate in this session.

    Nir Rostoker
    Head of Product Management, Smart Connected Business - SAP

  • An Innovative Approach Toward The Development With An IoT Platform (IT2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 12:30 - 13:15
    • Auditorium

    This case study shows an agile approach using a platform for development of apps that cross smart water, smart grid, and oil & gas domains.  We show the outcomes of development frozen at the end of a series of 2 week sprints.  We use these points to show how development is first accelerated and fine-tuned by a platform-approach that brings to bear semantic modelling, metadata management, heterogeneous data, APIs, and automation.

    Teresa Tung
    Technology Fellow - Accenture

  • Industry 4.0 Concept to Realization (IT3)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Auditorium

    The convergence of OT and IT is creating the Smart Factories of tomorrow, where equipment and machines are smarter, even self-aware. We know more about their conditions in real-time. We can transform the entire value chain with data driven decision making. Find out how Telit and Tech Mahindra are enabling companies to do more and better with connected machines.

    Karthikeyan Natarajan
    Global Head Engg, R and D, Digital and IOT - Tech Mahindra

    Fred Yentz
    Chief Executive Officer - Telit IoT Platforms

  • Do You Know The Behavior of Your Connected Devices? Anomaly Detection in IoT By Means of Big Data Analysis (IT4)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Auditorium

    Today, devices generate more data than social networks. In order to get actionable insights, collected data has to be analyzed. Anomaly detection helps to find unusual behavior. As there are many different and domain-specific types of anomalies, we summarize in this presentation our observations in several IoT projects.

    Irene Cramer
    Chief Product Owner - Bosch Software Innovations

  • Enhancing Business Models in an IOT World with Standards (IT5)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Auditorium

    IOT creates new business models that tear down silos between IT and OT and unite previously isolated internet communities. This paradigm of interoperability requires businesses to make sense of the complex landscape of ICT standards in order to participate.  In this session, IOT thought leaders will share perspectives on the implications of standards that business leaders should consider when enhancing business models for an IOT World.

    Katherine Voss (Moderator)
    President - ODVA

    Ron Zahavi
    Chief Strategist for IoT Standards - Microsoft

    Said Tabet
    Senior Technology Strategist, Corporate CTO Office - Dell Technologies

    Edy Liongosari
    Chief Research Scientist & Global Managing Director - Accenture

    Mark Crawford
    Standards Strategist, SAP Strategic IP Initiatives - SAP

  • Fog Computing: Bringing Technology To The Edge of IoT (IT6)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Auditorium

    Fog computing has been called the ‘next big thing in IoT’.  Join the panel of leaders in fog computing technologies as they discuss the role of fog computing in IoT architectures, including security elements, scalability, openness, autonomy, RAS, agility, hierarchy and programmability.  This session includes audience Q&A.

    Ron Zahavi (Moderator)
    Chief Strategist for IoT Standards - Microsoft

    Sastry Malladi
    CTO - FogHorn Systems

    Marcelo Yannuzzi
    Chief Strategy Office - Cisco

    Sam Bhattarai
    Office of the CTO - Toshiba

    Gabor Karsai
    Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - Vanderbilt University

  • Narrow Band IoT In Industrial Environments (IT7)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Auditorium

    There have been major breakthroughs in specific areas of self-driving vehicles.  However, enabling the smart city presents challenging problems fusing spatial, time series, network and textual information. In a few brief years, transportation initiatives have moved from data collection to data analysis.  In this talk we discuss the difficulties and approaches for dealing with the velocity, variety and quality of transportation.

    Dominik Schnieders
    Program Manager - Deutsche Telekom

  • IoT Is Real-Time- Ensure IoT Success By Incorporating Real-Time and In-Memory Historical Data Handling Capabilities (IT8)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Auditorium

    There are two key facets that any IoT solution must address:  the ability to make decisions in real-time, and the fact that these decisions need to consider the wealth of knowledge contained in large amounts of historical data.   This session will review real world use cases that address these facets.

    James Crawford
    EMEA Lead SAP IoT Development Acelerator - SAP

  • What you need for IoT: Smarter Methods (IT9)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 17:45 - 18:30
    • Auditorium

    The IoT with its expected huge number of products will need a multitude of methods. Mandating a one-size-fits-all method was an old dream that never worked in practice. 60 years of having monolithic methods in system development is also enough.  Let’s break their tyranny using smarter Essence-based methods. 

    Ivar Jacobson
    Chaiman and CTO - Ivar Jacobson International

  • User Driven Innovation for IoT: One Customer, One IIC Test Bed At a Time (IT10)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 11:15 - 12:00
    • Auditorium

    Session will highlight the role IIC test beds have in delivering an Outcome Based Economy. Deep dive into the industrial internet and industry 4.0, role of open source technologies, digital twin, machine learning and predictive analytics in transforming industrial asset efficiency and operations. Dwell into Best Practices, example of real world implementation and its societal impact for Smart Cities, Smart Farm and Connected Care.

    Jayraj Nair
    IoT Practice - Infosys

  • Dangerous Liaisons: Securing Embedded Communications (IT11)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:00 - 12:45
    • Auditorium

    The fact that a device is connected to the Internet means that other Internet users can, in theory, gain access to it. In other words, the greater the opportunities the higher the risk. That risk means a very broad range of needs to be protected.  We will look at one possible approach to creating a flexible system for defining security policies, using a water valve connected to the Internet for control purposes as an example.

    Andrey Nikishin
    Head of Future Technologies Projects - Kaspersky Lab

  • Towards IoT Convergence: Limiting Security Exposure Through Smarter Infrastructure (IT12)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 12:45 - 13:30
    • Auditorium

    Three trends are shaping IoT: the consumerization of IT, the digitization of OT, and IoT convergence. The expectations of expedited innovation and accelerated development are changing the way enterprise IT organizations function. Learn how IoT is impacting technologies and practices and how you can ensure integrity across solution lifecycles.

    Bryan Che
    General Manager, Cloud Product Strategy - Red Hat

  • The Future of IOT: Living, Moving and Interacting Scenarios (IT13)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 16:15 - 17:00
    • Auditorium

    Internet of Things, the ongoing revolution considered as the 4th industrial revolution. It is not only to interconnect machines but enable complex communication models and unassisted decision making and it is called to revolutionize all scenarios where man and devices interact: Home, Healthcare, Transport, Cities, our Personal space, etc. are going to explode in a myriad of synergies and new services. And Telefonica has a vision for that...

    Bernardo Campillo Soto
    Head of New IOT Business and Innovation - Telefónica

  • The Internet of Things Impact On Data Centers and The Edge (IT14)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 17:00 - 17:45
    • Auditorium

    In this session we will discuss new architectures and designs for data centers at the regional level or at the network edge. Leading techniques are being utilized to bring local capacity on-line fast.  We introduce how the Internet of Things and analytics will enable a more effective way to manage and maintain data centers.

    Steven Carlini
    Sr Director, Data Center Global Solution Product Management Marketing - Schneider Electric

General Sessions

  • A Global Perspective on the Importance of Testbeds for the Future of IoT (IK1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 09:00 - 09:30
    • Auditorium

    To fulfill their customers’ needs, companies need to form ecosystems of partners to create interconnected products and services throughout the value chain. Testbeds play a critical role in creating sustainable ecosystems especially when the support for multiple geographies and socio-economic conditions need to be factored in. In this talk, we will discuss how testbeds can help companies accelerate their global reach.

    Derek O´Halloran
    - World Economic Forum

  • International Cooperation to Accelerate the Future of Manufacturing (IK2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 09:30 - 10:00
    • Auditorium

    Matthias Machnig
    State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

  • "Who is Going to Eat Your lunch?" (K1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 10:00 - 10:30
    • Auditorium

    We hear the phrase  "disrupt or be disrupted” a lot these days. We do not hear much about how it is going to happen and who is going to do it. Mark Hutchinson will share insights on how manufacturers and infrastructure companies can take advantage of the Industrial Internet, remain relevant into the future and avoid being disrupted themselves

    Mark Hutchinson
    - President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Europe

  • Putting IoT To Work (K2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 10:30 - 11:00
    • Auditorium

    Every business needs to be digital and data driven. Internet of Things capability will be a key component to every digital businesses plan. While IoT solutions are providing transformative capability the IT infrastructure needed is more likely to be a logical extension to your current core of IT capability. John will discuss the new layers of IT services that need to be added to your core IT infrastructure to deliver transformative IoT solut

    John Roese
    Executive Vice President of Cross-Product Operations and Chief Technology Officer - Dell EMC

  • Leading in IoT with Innovation at Every Level (K3)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 11:00 - 11:30
    • Auditorium

    In this presentation Prith discusses how a sustainable future must become radically more efficient with the way we use energy. He will share how the Internet of Things (IoT) and the convergence of Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT) are enabling companies to deliver more innovation at every level, from connected products to edge control, from services to software, both on premise and in the cloud.

    Prith Banerjee
    EVP & Chief Technology Officer - Schneider Electric

  • IoT - From Hype to Reality (K4)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 14:30 - 15:00
    • Auditorium

    We’re in an era of transformation as powerful as the Industrial Revolution. Given this level of disruption, players in the Internet of Things are finding they have to experiment, iterate, learn and partner in new ways and via new business models. Join Jonathan as he highlights what is working as IoT becomes real.

    Jonathan Ballon
    Vice President & General Manager - Intel Corporation

  • The Business Value of The Industrial Internet Reference Architecture:Vertical Use Cases-Panel Discussion (GS1)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 15:00 - 15:45
    • Auditorium

    Want to know how to leverage the IIC Reference Architecture Document to ease your IoT realization cycle?   Moderated by the Co-Chair of the IIC Architecture Task Group, experts will discuss the business value of the IIC IIRA, identify tips and tricks for its use, and share with you specific vertical use cases where the IIRA has reduced design cycle time, reduced costs, and sped time to market.

    Mark Crawford (Moderator)
    Standards Strategist, SAP Strategic IP Initiatives - SAP

    Sara Gardner
    CTO - Hitachi Insight Group

    Colin I'Anson
    HPE Fellow, Chief Technologist IoT EMEA - Hewlett Packard Enterprise

    Brett Murphy
    Director of Business Development Industrial IoT - RTI

    Dirk Slama
    Director Business Development - Bosch Software Innovations GmbH

  • The Journey Toward A Smarter Infrastructure-Panel Discussion (GS2)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 15:45 - 16:30
    • Auditorium

    How do you connect key components of your surrounding infrastructure ecosystem, such as power generation and distribution, transport, facilities, water and environmental systems, and listen to their heartbeat, monitor their health, create efficiencies and predict maintenance? This panel will showcase Toshiba technologies and industry advances in IoT aimed at making your infrastructure “smart” and connected. 

    Teppo Rantanen
    Executive Director, economic policy, innovation, education - City of Tampere

    Shigeyoshi Shimotsuji
    Corporate Vice President, Executive Vice President of Industrial ICT Solutions Company - Toshiba Corporation

    Sam George
    Partner, Director - Microsoft Azure IoT

    Mark Cotteleer (Moderator)
    Director, Center for Integrated Research - Deloitte Services, LP

  • The Digital Sail: Finding the Competitive Edge with IoT (GS9)

    • 25/10/2016
    • 18:30 - 19:00
    • Auditorium

    Land Rover BAR aim to be the first team to win the America's Cup for Great Britain and #BringTheCupHome. IoT is used throughout the boat's design, fine tuning race strategy and advancing team performance. Martin Whitmarsh, CEO of Land Rover BAR (and ex CEO of McLaren Formula 1) and John Roese CTO of the team's official IT Storage Provider Dell EMC will discuss how advancements in technology will make the 35th America's Cup the

    Martin Whitmarsh
    CEO - Land Rover BAR

    John Roese
    Executive Vice President of Cross-Product Operations and Chief Technology Officer - Dell EMC

    Richard Soley (Moderator)
    Executive Director - Industrial Internet Consortium

  • Business Model Shift: How Platforms are Driving Changes in Strategy (IK3)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 08:30 - 09:00
    • Auditorium

    Firms supplying IoT, operating systems, search, social networks, and matching markets are also driving out competition but using "network effects." By increasing volume, firms can increase value, which increases volume, which increases value. This forces changes in marketing, human resource management, operations and strategy. IoT will be one of the next major areas to disrupt existing businesses. This talk tells why a platform approach

    Marshall Van Alstyne
    Coauthor: Platform Revolution - Everett Lord Distinguished Scholar: Boston University

  • Connected Industrial Workforce (K5)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 09:00 - 09:30
    • Auditorium

    What does it take to create Connected Industrial Workers? Drawing on real world examples, we’ll examine the ways an enterprise can leverage mobile, sensor, asset tracking and wearable technology to more effectively execute worker activities. Whether monitoring worker safety or supporting field workers to diagnose and repair faulty equipment in real time, Connected Worker solutions offer improvements that benefit both the worker and the busi

    Jim Bailey
    Global Managing Director, Accenture Mobility - Accenture

  • Creating The Internet of Your Things (K6)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 09:30 - 10:00
    • Auditorium

    In this session, we will discuss the stages of IoT adoption and maturity, and look at how companies have brought IoT to life inside their enterprise and for their customers. We’ll go on a journey from connected devices to operational efficiency and transformative insights. We will share our learnings from primary research as well as real customer stories that showcase these findings and strategies on how to avoid some common pitfalls.

    Sam George
    Partner, Director - Microsoft Azure IoT

    Ron Zahavi
    Chief Strategist for IoT Standards - Microsoft

  • The Business of Things (K7)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 10:00 - 10:30
    • Auditorium

    The world is being re-written in software code and the cloud is the platform on which this is taking place. Computing systems are gaining cognitive capabilities that are rapidly becoming mainstream. How will organizations capture business value in the cognitive Internet of Things?  

    Nicola Villa
    Executive Partner and Europe Leader, Internet of Things - IBM Global Business Services

  • Reinventing Business With IoT (K8)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 10:30 - 11:00
    • Auditorium

    Internet of Things (IoT), is changing how goods are made and distributed, how products are serviced and refined and is one of the most fundamental aspects of the digital transformation. Join Stephan Brand, Senior Vice President,  Digital Assets and Internet of Things to learn how SAP is helping customers during their digital transformation, and using IoT to redefine their business processes and create new business opportunity.  

    Stephan Brand
    Senior Vice President - SAP SE

  • The Internet of Everything: how to connect the missing 99% (K9)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 14:45 - 15:15
    • Auditorium

    IoT has only achieved a tiny fraction of its potential with so many ‘things’ beyond the reach of conventional fixed and cellular connectivity. How can we turn the rhetoric of the ‘Internet of Everything’ into a reality? A new low-event, battery-driven, massive-reach communication revolution is about to transform businesses around the world.

    Tony Guerion
    Vodafone - Global Head of IoT Sales

  • IoT Driven Business Transformation:Driving Efficiency and Customer Value-Panel Discussion (GS3)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 15:15 - 16:00
    • Auditorium

    Come discover how companies are changing their business models to take advantage of IoT. You will hear from companies that have developed new revenue streams and/or gone through a business transformation with experiences that range from simply adding connectivity, to selling services with products to selling outcomes. We will discuss what works, what doesn't and key success factors. 

    Zia Yusuf (Moderator)
    Partner and Managing Director - Boston Consulting Group

    Leila Dillon
    VP Global Marketing and North American Channel - Bigbelly

    Klaus Bauer
    Head of Basic Technology Development - TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen GmbH + Co. KG

    Kacy Harding
    Head of Analytics, Connected Digital Platforms and Propositions - Philips Healthcare

  • Ethical Uses of Data-Panel Discussion (GS4)

    • 26/10/2016
    • 16:00 - 16:45
    • Auditorium

    New products, services and initiatives must be ethical- and secure-by-design. Businesses that get this right will enjoy such high levels of trust that their customers and employees will look to them as guides for the digital future. In this panel we will discuss the practical aspects of digital ethics – from establishing code of ethics, maintaining ethics across the data supply chain, to the intersection of ethics and automated decision mak

    Edy Liongosari (Moderator)
    Chief Research Scientist & Global Managing Director - Accenture

    Prith Banerjee
    EVP & Chief Technology Officer - Schneider Electric

    Derek O´Halloran
    - World Economic Forum

    Sven Schrecker
    Chief Architect, IoT Security Solutions - Intel

    Giulio Coraggio
    - DLA Piper Studio Legale Tributario Associato

    David Blaszkowsky
    Managing Director - Financial Semantics Collaborative

  • Customers, Data and Platforms: Building New Business Models In The Age of The IoT (K10)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 08:30 - 09:00
    • Auditorium

    To get off the Red Queen’s treadmill, we need new ways of thinking about business model innovation – ways that exploit the unique opportunities opened up by the technologies at the core of the IoT.  

    Michael Raynor
    Managing Director - Monitor Deloitte

  • Driving Sustainable Business Value With Industrial IoT Adoption (K11)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 09:00 - 09:30
    • Auditorium

    To get off the Red Queen’s treadmill, we need new ways of thinking about business model innovation – ways that exploit the unique opportunities opened up by the technologies at the core of the IoT.  

    Sukamal Banerjee
    EVP & Global Head: High-Tech & Communications, HCL ERS: Global Business Unit Head: IoT WoRKS - HCL

  • The Real Impact of IoT in Transforming Industries (K12)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 09:30 - 10:00
    • Auditorium

    IoT has enabled companies across manufacturing, connected cars, retail, home security & automation, & commercial transportation to reduce cost, embrace new revenue models and deliver exceptional customer experiences. Marc Overton, Cisco Jasper will discuss cases studies that illustrate the real impact IoT is already having on businesses across multiple industries, while providing actionable tips for how your company can capitali

    Marc Overton
    - Cisco Systems

  • Connected Vehicles: Opportunities and Challenges. What Will the Future Look Like? (GS5)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 10:00 - 10:45
    • Auditorium

    Connected vehicles have been in headlines of major news almost every single day. We hear about driverless cars, trucks and motorcycles connected to the Internet, and hear analogies to the transformation of mobile phones into smart powerful computing devices. The panel will explore these topics and share insights into what we are to expect in the very near future and how technology and IoT is changing the auto industry and the driver experience.

    Dana Spataru
    Identity and Data Protection Leader | Cyber Risk Services - Deloitte

    Said Tabet (Moderator)
    Senior Technology Strategist, Corporate CTO Office - Dell Technologies

    Deborah Sherry
    General Manager of GE Digital Europe - GE

    Alexander Soley
    Connected Vehicle Analyst - Dell Technologies

    José Manuel Caramés Pons
    Director of IoT Smart Mobility - Telefonica

  • Solving Difficult Problems Through Collaboration:Testbeds In Action-Panel Discussion (GS6)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 14:30 - 15:15
    • Auditorium

    The benefits and process. Collaboration, funding and following the process within IIC (not required).  How adopting the process was beneficial to them.  Each panelist can present the challenge they were trying to solve with their testbed and their success to date.

    Richard Soley (Moderator)
    Executive Director - Industrial Internet Consortium

    Shyam Varan Nath
    Director-Technology Integrations - GE

    Brett Burger
    Principal Marketing Manager-National Instruments ? Monitoring Solutions - National Instruments

    Kurt Jacobs
    Director, IoT Solutions - NEC

  • IoT Ecosystem as An Enabler for End-to-End Security (GS7)

    • 27/10/2016
    • 15:15 - 16:00
    • Auditorium

    Large scale IoT deployments require unique needs such as small-footprint end-point identify management and IT/OT Integration, that go beyond traditional security models. End-to-end security can only be achieved when security is baked into the overall design based on a common framework that allows multiple partner organizations to work together as no one organization can provide the entire end-to-end solution.

    Steve Hanna
    Sr. Principal - Infineon

    Rod Schultz
    VP Product - Rubicon Labs

    Malek Ben Salem (Moderator)
    R&D Manager - Accenture Labs

    Gareth Noyes
    SVP, Chief Strategy Officer - Wind River