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Barcelona - 29-31 OCTOBER 2019
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Mon 28
13:00h
Workshops Connected Transport

W1 – Intelligent Connected Vehicles: An Amplified Data Management problem

13:00 16:00 Europe/Madrid W1 – Intelligent Connected Vehicles: An Amplified Data Management problem

The rapid evolution of mobility platforms and transportation is creating new and serious business and technical challenges driven by the expected Peta and Zetta scale data capture and processing. The new complex ecosystems enabled by AI and Industrial IoT will need to manage this information alongside relevant metadata to offer ways to support the key stakeholders and monetize their services. Other challenges include regulatory and data protection compliance. This workshop will cover the challenges and explore solutions and state of the art research addressing current business and technical limitations.

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13:00h - 16:00h Room 1.1 - CC1
13:00h
Workshops Healthcare

W2 – Putting the Human at the Center of IoT Solutions

13:00 16:00 Europe/Madrid W2 – Putting the Human at the Center of IoT Solutions

Healthcare is about people. When designing solutions for healthcare, the human-focus is often secondary, as technology advancement takes the front seat. This can lead to disconnect and ultimately resulting in resistance to adopt the technology. This workshop will focus on putting the human at the center of your solution. By tapping into Human Centered Design principles, this workshop provides you with the tools to intentionally put the humans back into your product design equation and how to talk and pitch your solutions in a human-centric industry. 

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13:00h - 16:00h Room 1.2 - CC1
13:00h
Workshops Enabling IOT

W3 – Enabling the IoT Startups Workshop

Jesse DeMesa Momenta Partners
Shyam Varan Nath Oracle Corporation
Vincent Champain GE Digital Europe
Arila Barnes GE Power Digital Energy
13:00 16:00 Europe/Madrid W3 – Enabling the IoT Startups Workshop

The success of Industrial IoT depends on the collaboration with the entire ecosystem. In this session, IoT startups will showcase the challenges they are tackling and the success stories of their accomplishments. The established IoT technology and solution providers will provide an overview of their offerings, that are relevant to the IoT Startups. The venture arm of these companies and other VC firms will highlight on how they evaluate IoT startups and how best to work with them.  The goal is to allow discovery of avenues for collaborations between the IoT startups and other stakeholders in the Ecosystem.
The success of Industrial IoT depends on the collaboration with the entire ecosystem. In this session, IoT startups will showcase the challenges they are tackling and the success stories of their accomplishments. The established IoT technology and solution providers will provide an overview of their offerings, that are relevant to the IoT Startups. The venture arm of these companies and other VC firms will highlight o Room 1.3 - CC1

13:00h - 16:00h Room 1.3 - CC1
13:00h
Workshops Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

W4 – Artificial Intelligence:An introductory look at the fundamentals and the role of AI in the digital transformation

13:00 16:00 Europe/Madrid W4 – Artificial Intelligence:An introductory look at the fundamentals and the role of AI in the digital transformation

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a key enabler of the fourth industrial revolution. The resulting digital transformation will affect how we work live and play in years to come. AI has been touted as a key enabler in this transformation. The goal of this session is twofold:

- To help you decipher AI: from what it is, to where it has been successfully used and made a significant impact, how to get started, and what the key concerns and challenges in deploying AI

- Discussing how AI will enable the digital transformation through a set of use cases

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13:00h - 16:00h Room 1.4 - CC1
Tue 29
09:00h
Congress General Audience

A101 – IoTSWC Opening Ceremonies

09:00 09:45 Europe/Madrid A101 – IoTSWC Opening Ceremonies Auditorium
09:00h - 09:45h Auditorium
09:45h
Congress General Audience

PL-01 – New Technologies Changing the Supply Chain – What’s the Opportunity?

Dale Chrystie Fed Ex
09:45 10:30 Europe/Madrid PL-01 – New Technologies Changing the Supply Chain – What’s the Opportunity?

Not unlike technology providers, end-user companies like Fed Ex have realized they need to work alongside the competition in order to collaborate to solve global business challenges. In his opening keynote address, Dale Christie of Fed Ex talks about how blockchain and other emerging technologies will completely change worldwide supply chains. If you aren’t focusing on the edge of technology you may become extinct.  He will discuss how IOT and Blockchain generate significant implications for the enterprise, especially in the global supply chain, transportation, and logistics sectors, and when we all work together, there is great opportunity.

Auditorium
09:45h - 10:30h Auditorium
10:00h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-01 – AI Forum Opening Remarks

10:00 10:15 Europe/Madrid AI-01 – AI Forum Opening Remarks AI Forum - Room 7
10:00h - 10:15h AI Forum - Room 7
10:00h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-01: Opening Ceremony

10:00 10:15 Europe/Madrid BC-01: Opening Ceremony Room Blockchain Solutions World
10:00h - 10:15h Room Blockchain Solutions World
11:00h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-03 – Blockchain & AI – The Future of Healthcare

Zain Rana Pharmeum
11:00 11:45 Europe/Madrid BC-03 – Blockchain & AI – The Future of Healthcare

The current healthcare system makes the interaction between your doctor, pharmacy, and health insurance companies highly inefficient. In addition, it costs more for every party, to carry out the procedures in a slow, inefficient, paper?based way. This session will explore Pharmeum, the world's first Blockchain and AI solution, enabling access to healthcare globally straight through your smartphone. Discover how blockchain and AI can bring patient-centricity to life by centering the system around the patient, who holds their private medical data and can instantly grant access to any healthcare entity. 

Room Blockchain Solutions World
11:00h - 11:45h Room Blockchain Solutions World
11:05h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-03 – AI Helps Improve Efficiency of Steelmaking Facility

11:05 11:35 Europe/Madrid AI-03 – AI Helps Improve Efficiency of Steelmaking Facility

The steel making process involves many stages and final quality and cost depends on raw materials and operator skills.  This session will explore a solution for overall optimization of steelmaking process, including blast furnace, basic oxygen furnace (BOF), electric arc furnace (EAF), ladle furnace and continues casting machine. Discover how steelmaking companies realize additional annual multi-million profit and how these solutions can be implemented separately and designated for two main production lines of steel making process. Explore use cases at production sites, including process of implementation and main results. Talk covers both technical implementation and business justification.

AI Forum - Room 7
11:05h - 11:35h AI Forum - Room 7
11:10h
Congress General Audience

DK-02 – Unlocking the Next Frontier of the Internet of Things

Sam George Microsoft
11:10 11:40 Europe/Madrid DK-02 – Unlocking the Next Frontier of the Internet of Things

IoT is continually evolving to embrace new capabilities and extend its reach into new frontier. In this session we will look at the lessons learned from our customers in the last six years of IoT, talk about where customers are going and the most important considerations for the future.

Auditorium
11:10h - 11:40h Auditorium
12:05h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-01 – Panel: Trends in Technology for Customers in Connected Transport

Mark Kraeling GE Transportation
Said Tabet Dell Technologies
Sven Schrecker LHP Engineering Services VP of Cyber Security
Soledad Alborno Intel
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid CT-01 – Panel: Trends in Technology for Customers in Connected Transport

This moderated, yet totally unscripted, panel of participants will interact heavily with the audience to discuss the newest trends, previous successes and failures, and future of IoT as it relates to Connected Transportation. Attendees in the session can prod for practical aspects around engaging in new IoT technology, developing IoT adoption models, and what to watch.

Auditorium
12:05h - 12:50h Auditorium
12:05h
Congress Open Industry

OI-01 – Using Mobile, IoT and Data Analytics to Take a Localized Approach to the Global Waste Problem

Douglas Saunders Advanced Disposal Services VP and CIO
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid OI-01 – Using Mobile, IoT and Data Analytics to Take a Localized Approach to the Global Waste Problem

Managing and correctly disposing of or recycling the world's waste is a problem that has reached critical levels. By utilizing mobile, IoT and predictive analytics, the companies charged with disposing and recycling everyday waste are taking a more pro-active approach to the problem. They are also getting customers more involved in the process and building electronic bridges that connect smart trash receptacles, trucks, and landfills in a conservation network that can eventually lead to a cleaner planet. This presentation will outline the techniques and some of the innovative pilot projects launched by a major U.S. waste management company as it combines emerging technology with sustainability best practices to preserve the world for future generations.

Room 2
12:05h - 12:50h Room 2
12:05h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-01 – The Connected Worker: Reimagining the 21st-century workforce using IoT

Madhusudan Pai, Ph.D Wipro Limited Director, Global IoT Partner Engineering, Industrial & Engineering Services
Sharul A Rashid PETRONAS
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid MF-01 – The Connected Worker: Reimagining the 21st-century workforce using IoT

The notion of a connected worker as coexisting with smart connected machines is a topic that is gaining prominence across industry, especially in the context of Industry 4.0. With ubiquitous connectivity, smart miniature sensors, and AI, industries are now in a position to explore synergetic relationships between humans and machines that lead to improved workplace safety and productivity. Attend this session to learn how leading companies are successfully employing a connected worker offering to improve overall worker safety, productivity, and operations at their industrial sites. Panelists will discuss various aspects of an IoT-enabled connected worker and delve into challenges, current state of various technologies, and opportunities in topics such as co-bots and human machine interactions that lie ahead.

Room 3
12:05h - 12:50h Room 3
12:05h
Congress Healthcare

HC-01 – Future of Healthcare IoT. Now.

Jules Lancee Radboudumc REshape Center for Innovation Biomedical Engineer
Gloria Zaionz Innovation Learning Network
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid HC-01 – Future of Healthcare IoT. Now.

Robots. AI. Mixed Reality. Autonomous Transportation. Genomics. Blockchain. These exponential technologies offer health care systems of today a path to transform into the systems of the future. A new reality built on the platforms and capabilities of today's IoT devices and platform. This session will discuss how health care systems are leveraging exponential IoT technologies in today's setting and their lessons learned. Join us for a talk on the path to tomorrow's IoT technology.

Room 4
12:05h - 12:50h Room 4
12:05h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-04 – Tailoring the Factories of the Future

Erkut Ekinci Hugo Boss Head of IT
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid AI-04 – Tailoring the Factories of the Future

What if your machines, silent giants of your factory, come to life? Have you ever listened to them before? Do they have any mystery to share with you? Is it possible to find where my products are on the shop floor? Can I locate them easily and accelerate shipment process? Does this sound a bit weird? Absolutely not. This is possible.  All you need to do is to join us for a glimpse into Hugo Boss' factory of the future!

AI Forum - Room 7
12:05h - 12:50h AI Forum - Room 7
12:05h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-04 – Recalibrating IT Strategies by Accelerating AI and Blockchain

Karl Martineau Legal Aid Ontario
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid BC-04 – Recalibrating IT Strategies by Accelerating AI and Blockchain

AI and Blockchain are having a profound impact on how organizations recalibrate their IT strategies in order to increase their product strategy and innovative edge, and Legal Aid Ontario has been at the forefront of this movement. In this session, Karl Martineau, the organization�s entrepreneurial CIO, will share the strategic digital transformation that he has led across the organization, detailing how skills and culture development have a profound impact on how organizations can accelerate their strategies for enhancing the customer experience, and developing industry partnerships. Discover how AI and blockchain have been strategic accelerators at Legal Aid Ontario, and how through research and development they have integrated institutional expertise, academia and private sector partnerships to accelerate their AI and blockchain adoption and modernize their IT Strategies. 

Room Blockchain Solutions World
12:05h - 12:50h Room Blockchain Solutions World
12:05h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-04 – Connecting Smart Infrastructure: Panel Discussion

Beverly Rider Hitachi
Tobin Richardson Zigbee Alliance
Charles Paumelle LoRa Alliance Co-Founder, Microshare and Co-Chair Marketing
Shannon Lucas Ericsson EVP, Head of Emerging Business Global Customer Unit
Kimberly Kerr Sprint
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid BI-04 – Connecting Smart Infrastructure: Panel Discussion

There are several networking wireless technologies that drive and connect smart infrastructure and cities, from transport systems, smart buildings and spaces, energy and security. IoT, including telemetry and control data, adds requirements to existing technologies that were not built with IoT in mind. How will the technologies of the future meet this need? In this session we explore several such networking technologies and explore their applicability to various use cases. Panelists will cover technologies such as LoRaWAN, 5G, and ZigBee.

Room 1
12:05h - 12:50h Room 1
12:55h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-02 – Interoperability of Industrial IoT & Industry 4.0 technologies

Jayraj Nair Wipro
Richard Soley Industrial Internet Consortium Executive Director
Henning Banthien Plattform Industrie 4.0
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid MF-02 – Interoperability of Industrial IoT & Industry 4.0 technologies

This panel discussion dives into interop framework, solutions and real-world examples of interoperability of Industrial IoT technologies with RAMI4.0. Discussion will focus on the specifics of administration shell & digital twins and will explore the people and process aspects.

Auditorium
12:55h - 13:40h Auditorium
12:55h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-01 – Meeting Carbon Reduction Targets in a Challenging Financial Landscape

Leila Dillon Ameresco VP Marketing & Communications
Randy Rikel West Texas A&M University Vice President for Business and Finance
Fiona Daly NHS Improvement
Ioannis Orfanos Green Value Associates
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid EU-01 – Meeting Carbon Reduction Targets in a Challenging Financial Landscape

Large energy consumers, from manufacturers to municipalities, are tasked with meeting aggressive carbon reduction targets but find this challenging with dated energy and facility infrastructure. How are these institutions pairing the use of advanced technologies and high efficiency systems with innovative financing mechanisms to achieve their goals? How did they invest in upgrades when there wasn't a generous budget line item in place? In this session, hear directly from large energy consumers on how they have implemented energy efficiency programs. What were the critical first steps? How did they get the required executive support? What was the timeline for the projects and how did they secure funding? What were the lessons learned and notable best practices? What were the results of these energy efficiency projects, and how have they impacted their planning for tomorrow?

Room 1
12:55h - 13:40h Room 1
12:55h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-01 – Embracing Digital Twin – Getting Started, Adoption Path, Best Practices, and 5-year Outlook

Teresa Tung Accenture Labs Managing Director
Brad Klenz SAS Distinguished IoT Analytics Architect
K. Eric Harper ABB Corporate Research Senior Principal Scientist
Birgit Boss Robert Bosch Digitalization Engineer
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid EI-01 – Embracing Digital Twin – Getting Started, Adoption Path, Best Practices, and 5-year Outlook

Digital twin has been touted as one of the top strategic trends in Industrial IoT. By having a living virtual model of physical assets, digital twin can be used to predict behaviors of the assets, prescribe actions, and design future versions. To achieve its potential, digital twin needs to incorporate many aspects of the assets: from design, manufacturing, sales, operation, to maintenance. Come and hear our expert panelists discuss how to get started with digital twin, its adoption path with benefits and challenges along the way, and what to expect in the next five years.

Room 3
12:55h - 13:40h Room 3
12:55h
Congress Healthcare

HC-02 – R4Heal – The development of an interactive healing environment for better recovery of postoperative patients

Merlijn Smits R4Heal, Radboud University Medical Center Design Manager
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid HC-02 – R4Heal – The development of an interactive healing environment for better recovery of postoperative patients

Within the coming years, every in-patient of the Radboud University Medical Center will stay in a hospital room that is personalized based on preferences, characteristics and continuously measured needs of the individual. Using IoT technology, the single patient hospital room is optimally designed for giving a human centered experience. This session explores R4Heal, the first global initiative offering hospitalized patients a smart healing environment. See how visuals, sounds, games and smells allow for personalizing postoperative care and meeting individual needs and get insights into the development and adoption of this new set of technologies in the hospital.

Room 4
12:55h - 13:40h Room 4
12:55h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-04 – Optimise Prime: Accelerating the transition to EV for Commercial Fleet Operators

Ram Ramachander Hitachi Europe Chief Commercial Officer
Fred Jones UBER Head of New Mobility, UK & Ireland
Jim Donaldson Hitachi Europe Director of Innovation
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid CT-04 – Optimise Prime: Accelerating the transition to EV for Commercial Fleet Operators

Vehicle fleet operators are now commencing a move towards zero emission electric vehicles. However, this creates substantial challenges for electricity networks to provide the necessary supply capacity. This can result in potentially high costs and delays to the operators' zero emission roll-out. This session will explore Optimise Prime, a 33m project to address the challenges for fleet operators and electricity networks, arising from the electrification of vehicle fleets. Hear how the program has brought together technology suppliers, vehicle fleet operators and electricity networks to utilize big data, IOT and optimization technologies to determine the impact on fleet and network operators on the move to EV, the role of IOT & data-driven forecasting and optimization to minimize the costs of this transition, and the future smart infrastructure requirements to support the EV roll-out. 

Room 2
12:55h - 13:40h Room 2
12:55h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-05 – Improving Patients Health with IoT

Unai Sánchez Luque HumanITcare CTO
Laura González Gardó Hospital Vall d'Hebron Researcher
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid AI-05 – Improving Patients Health with IoT

Learn how a leading hospital in Spain, Hospital Vall d'Heborn, is monitoring the stress of caregivers (60 participants) of children with neurological disorders by using physiological sensors to track physical activity, sleep patterns, movement and location. Discover how they have used the sensor data collected to help detect chronic stress and put resources towards managing it.  Discover the economic impact of this program, and how they have reduced the cost of visits, provided better knowledge and clinical decisions for the healthcare community and most importantly, improved the quality of life of caregivers and patients.

AI Forum - Room 7
12:55h - 13:40h AI Forum - Room 7
12:55h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-05 – Using Blockchain to Secure the Digital Threat in Manufacturing

Sylvere Krima Engisis Senior Consultant and Research Associate, NIST
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid BC-05 – Using Blockchain to Secure the Digital Threat in Manufacturing

A digital transformation is often motivated by the promises of efficiency, performance, and quality gains thanks to the automation, integration, and streamlining of business and/or engineering processes. This reliance on digital data creates a new point of failure and a source of (digital) threats that need to be addressed. Failing to address these treats will not only prevent organizations from reaching the full potential of a digital transformation but can also result in catastrophic consequences. In this talk, we will discuss the digitization of manufacturing, the digital threat(s), and how organizations could leverage blockchain to reduce the digital threats.  

Room Blockchain Solutions World
12:55h - 13:40h Room Blockchain Solutions World
15:00h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-06 – Artificial Intelligence Industry Ecosystem and Standards Landscape

Wael William Diab. ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 42 Artificial Intelligence
15:00 15:45 Europe/Madrid AI-06 – Artificial Intelligence Industry Ecosystem and Standards Landscape

AI is enabling the digital transformation reach its anticipated potential. This transformative field has impact on areas that range from technology to trustworthiness to Ethics to societal concerns to governance to verticals. Similarly, the stakeholders are numerous and diverse ranging from technologists to practitioners to social scientist and regulators. In reaction to this revolution, the industry and standardization ecosystem have mobilized to the variety of concerns. This session will look at the activities and landscape from an industry and standardization perspective. It will also provide an overview of the latest activities in ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 42. SC 42 (Artificial Intelligence) is the international standards committee that carries out standardization activities for artificial intelligence. It is set up as a joint committee.

AI Forum - Room 7
15:00h - 15:45h AI Forum - Room 7
15:00h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-15 – Openvino – Vine to Wine to Dine: A New Paradigm

Jordi Canal Aubay
Jordi Estapé Aubay
Mike Barrow Costaflores Organic Vineyard Project Lead
15:00 15:45 Europe/Madrid BC-15 – Openvino – Vine to Wine to Dine: A New Paradigm

As advances in technology rapidly transform our world, the wine business, often perceived as an arcane mix of immutable tradition and arbitrary complexity, will not be exempt. This session explores the OpenVino Project, which seeks to revolutionize the way wine is thought about, sold, and consumed.  Come hear lessons learned along the way to creating the OpenVino project, a collection of open source software packages and business processes to create the first open-source winery that seeks to solve the main problems of the wine sector. Learn how you can reference and adapt this business model, and how they are using blockchain to ensure extreme transparency, complete traceability and the use of a new paradigm for price definition.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
15:00h - 15:45h Room Blockchain Solutions World
15:50h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-02 – Applying and Extending the IoT Security Maturity Model

Ron Zahavi Microsoft Chief Strategist for IoT Standards, Azure IoT
Sandy Carielli Entrust Datacard Director of Security Technologies
15:50 16:35 Europe/Madrid EI-02 – Applying and Extending the IoT Security Maturity Model

The IoT Security Maturity Model (SMM) helps organizations set security maturity targets and regularly undergo assessments against those targets. Join two of the SMM authors as they discuss the model's design, how to apply the model to industry, and how to extend it beyond security. Learn about the SMM through exploration of a case study.

Auditorium
15:50h - 16:35h Auditorium
15:50h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-02 – Importance of Living Lab Testbeds and Innovation Districts in IoT

Christian Renaud 451 Research Research Vice President
Michael Sherwood City of Las Vegas
Jennifer Sanders Dallas Innovation Alliance
Mark Jules Hitachi Vantara
Jaime Ponce City Tech Collaborative
15:50 16:35 Europe/Madrid BI-02 – Importance of Living Lab Testbeds and Innovation Districts in IoT

In areas like Dallas' West End Historic District, the Strip in Las Vegas, living labs and innovation districts are flourishing - unleashing exciting opportunities for cities and leaders. Led by an eclectic mash-up of entrepreneurs and educational institutions, start-ups and schools, mixed-use development and medical innovations, bike-sharing and investment - this represents a radical departure from traditional economic development and helps cities increase global competitiveness by growing the firms, networks and traded sectors that drive broad-based prosperity. Panelists will discuss the economic, physical and networking assets that need to be at play whenever an innovation district emerges in order to facilitate idea generation and accelerate commercialization. Discover how businesses have benefited from innovation districts, helping to drive economic growth across the city. 

Room 1
15:50h - 16:35h Room 1
15:50h
Congress Open Industry

OI-02 – Case Study: Pentair – IoT-Enabled Smart, Sustainable Water Solutions

Rama Budampati Pentair Senior Director - Smart Products & IoT
15:50 16:35 Europe/Madrid OI-02 – Case Study: Pentair – IoT-Enabled Smart, Sustainable Water Solutions

Pentair is a global leader in providing smart, sustainable water solutions for customers across various market verticals. In this presentation, learn how IoT is transforming Pentair's solutions in the industrial, commercial and residential markets, by walking through several case studies. Learn best practices for developing partnerships that result in faster deployment of IoT solutions globally.

Room 2
15:50h - 16:35h Room 2
15:50h
Congress Healthcare

HC-03 – Journey toward “smart” exam rooms in behavioral healthcare

Michael Godoy University of California
15:50 16:35 Europe/Madrid HC-03 – Journey toward “smart” exam rooms in behavioral healthcare

This session showcases the business case, implementation plan, and technology stack/roadmap being followed to create "smart" exam rooms to be used in behavioral health to help mitigate the shortage of providers that underlies the crisis in meeting the needs of patients. Use of sensors to record interactions, analysis of inputs, and production of meaningful analytics to improve care outcomes will be discussed.

Room 3
15:50h - 16:35h Room 3
15:50h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-02 – Stay Connected in Mountains & Isolated Territories with Green Autonomous modules

Patrice Duboe LeanConnected CEO
Christian Caussidery EDF Pyrennes Valleys Director
15:50 16:35 Europe/Madrid EU-02 – Stay Connected in Mountains & Isolated Territories with Green Autonomous modules

This session explores autonomous modules for telecom access in isolated areas like mountains, without access to energy & telecom networks, based on solar energy and different innovative telecom solutions. See examples of real-time monitoring of water dam production, environment protection by controlling water levels in rivers, and human safety with avalanches, with many already deployed in France and Spain.  See real-life examples of how shepherds are staying connected to phone and internet via satellite with new opportunities to supervise cattle with webcams and connected necklaces.

Room 4
15:50h - 16:35h Room 4
15:50h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-13 – AB INBEV Stays Cool in South Africa

Sameer Jooma Anheuser-Busch InBev Director of Innovation & Analytics, Solutions Africa
Philipp Bolliger Thingstream CEO
Ajay Lalu Consumption Information Real Time - CIRT Founder and Director
15:50 16:35 Europe/Madrid MF-13 – AB INBEV Stays Cool in South Africa

This session will explore how the worlds largest brewer, Anheuser-Busch InBevs, South African Brewery, subsidiary set out on an IoT initiative designed to allow them real-time intelligence on the location and condition of their cooler systems, across South Africa under challenging circumstances. Discussion will focus in on the elements of several strategic local and global partnerships that were put in place to ensure seamless, low cost connectivity that would work where-ever and when-ever required, enabling them to rapidly develop the solution and roll it out in the space of weeks. Hear how they achieved the requirements necessary, and are now able to identify cooler asset optimisation and potential maintenance tasks, amongst others to ensure efficiencies and cost savings.

Room 5
15:50h - 16:35h Room 5
15:55h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-07 – IIC Emerging Initiatives on Industrial Artificial Intelligence

Wael William Diab Huawei Technologies
Said Tabet Dell Technologies
Richard Soley Industrial Internet Consortium Executive Director
Edy Liongosari Accenture Labs Chief Research Scientist
K. Eric Harper ABB Corporate Research Senior Principal Scientist
Dirk Slama Bosch Software Innovations
15:55 17:05 Europe/Madrid AI-07 – IIC Emerging Initiatives on Industrial Artificial Intelligence

The application of the AI in the Industrial IoT field is at the center of the next wave of digitalization. The Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) is uniquely positioned to lead in this emerging area through its diverse stakeholders that include world leading IT and OT organizations, extensive IIoT ecosystem that it has built through its liaison program and its domain expertise in Industrial AI. This panel will look at the intersection of Industrial IoT and AI, specifically emphasizing the emerging work coming out of the IIC that includes technology deliverables driven by the Industrial AI Task Group, an overview of testbeds looking at Industrial AI applications, domain requirements and end-user interest in Industrial AI. 

AI Forum - Room 7
15:55h - 17:05h AI Forum - Room 7
15:55h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-16 – Implications of privacy-preserving technology for blockchain use cases in supply chain

Praneeth Srikanti Consensys Investment Principal
15:55 17:05 Europe/Madrid BC-16 – Implications of privacy-preserving technology for blockchain use cases in supply chain

Despite touted benefits of blockchains in the value chain, there have been few pilots that have been successful. The presentation seeks to showcase the gaps in blockchain implementation and how some of the newer computer science techniques could potentially serve as an enabler towards further adoption.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
15:55h - 17:05h Room Blockchain Solutions World
16:40h
Congress Healthcare

HC-04 – Industrial Revolution in Drug Discovery & Production

Lukasz Paciorkowski Merck
16:40 17:25 Europe/Madrid HC-04 – Industrial Revolution in Drug Discovery & Production

The Biopharma industry is at a pivot point. Increasing cost pressure and growing regulations require new approach towards research and the production of drugs. Personalized medicine and other market trends demand smaller batches with variable production parameters. To answer the market demand, Merck is rethinking and redesigning every part of the ecosystem, integrating new technologies with industrial automation platforms to deliver game changing capabilities for drug manufacturers. This session will explore the concepts, design principles, challenges and achievements of the interdisciplinary team which is on a mission to revolutionize the way drugs are discovered and produced.

Auditorium
16:40h - 17:25h Auditorium
16:40h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-03 – Upgrading Historic and Iconic Buildings and Infrastructure to the Technology of Today, while Planning for the World of Tomorrow

Nicole Bulgarino Ameresco Executive Vice President, Federal
Elisa Rönkä Siemens Smart Infrastructure Business Development Innovation Manager
Marco Maria Pedrazzo Carlo Ratti Associati Head of Strategy & Innovation
16:40 17:25 Europe/Madrid BI-03 – Upgrading Historic and Iconic Buildings and Infrastructure to the Technology of Today, while Planning for the World of Tomorrow

Buildings come in all shapes and sizes, but historic, noteworthy, and iconic buildings and infrastructure are something to treasure. Dated buildings and infrastructure can be seen in almost every major city across the US and Europe. Inefficiencies are becoming problematic in lighting, water usage, heating, cooling, airflow, plumbing and more. In this session we will hear from key building and infrastructure stakeholders on best practices for upgrading dated infrastructure with smart, connected solutions. Who are the key stakeholders, where do you start, and what is a viable roadmap for engaging in such transformative projects with so much at stake?  We will learn about key efficiency gains, performance contracts, and budget-friendly long-term financial savings that enable these projects to deliver meaningful results.

Room 1
16:40h - 17:25h Room 1
16:40h
Congress Open Industry

OI-03 – Standards Essential Patents & the Internet of Things: Key Perspectives

Brian Scarpelli ACT | The App Association Senior Global Policy Counsel
Sylvie Vollet Airties General Counsel
Mark Crawford SAP Director, Standards Strategy
16:40 17:25 Europe/Madrid OI-03 – Standards Essential Patents & the Internet of Things: Key Perspectives

Today, technical standards for interoperability and innovation represent key protocols (Ethernet, WiFi, LTE, etc.) that ensure compatibility and to promote competition. Moving forward these technical standards will underlie the development of an increasingly seamlessly internet-connected Internet of Things. As standards are developed, patented technologies are often contributed to the effort. "Standards essential patents" (SEPs) are patents covering technology implemented into a technical standard to the degree that an implementer of the technical standard must use the patent. Understanding SEP-related legal and policy issues is important to any organization that creates technology or provides products and services related to technical standard.  Join this session to learn about, and engage on, SEP licensing negotiation tactics, international perspectives on IP enforcement, emerging legal and policy developments across key venues, and the ultimate impact on IoT technology developers.

Room 2
16:40h - 17:25h Room 2
16:40h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-03 – DIN 92222: Cloud-to-Cloud Telemetry Federation in Industrie 4.0

Clemens Vasters Microsoft
16:40 17:25 Europe/Madrid MF-03 – DIN 92222: Cloud-to-Cloud Telemetry Federation in Industrie 4.0

In industrial factory automation, the OPC Foundation's Unified Architecture (OPC UA) has fast become the universal interoperability foundation for structuring and accessing metadata and configuration of complex factory systems down to the smallest components, and for flowing state information and telemetry between the components of such systems and providing telemetry and process data into external business and control systems, either on the factory floor or in the cloud. The DIN 92222 standardization effort builds on this foundation and attempts to answer the question how the value proposition of "product as a service" can be realized for all suppliers in the industrial equipment supply chain: How can the manufacturer of a sensor built into a drive built into a robot that is part of a production cell get access to live telemetry information from its product? How are telemetry streams structured? How are they routed and filtered and split? How are trade secrets protected?

In this panel discussion with several particip Room 3

16:40h - 17:25h Room 3
16:40h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-09 – Leading Edge – Connected Railways Use Case

Sebastian Opitz Kapsch CarrierCom
Vivien Dollinger ObjectBox CEO
16:40 17:25 Europe/Madrid CT-09 – Leading Edge – Connected Railways Use Case

In this session we will share insights from an innovative mission-critical edge solution for connected trains. Learn how we are achieving  realtime data transport and synchronized data states across edge nodes, and monitoring and analysis along railways tracks to enable all kind of new use cases. In the case study we will present all the challenges we faced during the project and how we overcame them.

Room 4
16:40h - 17:25h Room 4
16:40h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-11 – Drones, Sensors and Blockchain for water quality control in the Volga river to promote transparency

Aleksandr Kapitonov Aira Life
Javier Gabás Libelium Green IOT Solutions Expert
16:40 17:25 Europe/Madrid EI-11 – Drones, Sensors and Blockchain for water quality control in the Volga river to promote transparency

In Russia, 70% of drinking water comes from the surface. Water pollution is a major issue in this country, with more than 10 million Russians currently lacking access to quality drinking water. Around 60% of the total reserves of drinking water do not meet sanitary standards. This fact favors the proliferation of health issues as only 8% of the wastewater is correctly treated before being returned to the waterways.

This session explores the Drone on the Volga project that measures water pollution in the Kuybyshev Reservoir, the largest water reservoir in Eurasia, located in the Volga river.  Through a combination of modern robotics, blockchain and IoT for environmental monitoring, see how they have built a base of continuous control of pollutants in water environments and how a matrix of data coming from many of these drones can feed AI systems to easily and quickly detect pollution sources.

Room 5
16:40h - 17:25h Room 5
17:25h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-08 – Intelligence as a Product: Bringing Innovation to Field Services with AI

Terry Strong Hobart Service Senior Director of Technology
Tilak Kasturi Predii
17:25 18:10 Europe/Madrid AI-08 – Intelligence as a Product: Bringing Innovation to Field Services with AI

The ability to integrate data-driven insights to transform field service operations over the next two to three years will determine whether servicing organizations remain competitive for the long term. This session explores a new use case in the realm of applied AI, with application to reducing repeat servicing visits, increasing equipment uptime, and assisting failure diagnosis in complex equipment. Join Hobart Service, a leader in commercial food equipment, and find out how they are leveraging decades of data and domain knowledge to power new competitive business models. This is first complete example of "Intelligence as a Product" that the repair organization has seen, and they are excited to share this story at IOTSWC!

AI Forum - Room 7
17:25h - 18:10h AI Forum - Room 7
17:25h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-08 – Blockchain Technology as a solution for Climate Crisis

Francisco Benedito Climate Blockchain Initiatives CEO
17:25 18:10 Europe/Madrid BC-08 – Blockchain Technology as a solution for Climate Crisis

Blockchain technology is a tremendous opportunity that can be used to solve the current Climate Crisis.  Climatetrade is a disruptive ecosystem (platform, crypto asset, and wallet) for the new carbon markets post- 2020, with the aim of promoting and drive funds towards projects and enterprises that are committed to climate change mitigation. This session will explore Climatetrade, a decentralized carbon offsetting marketplace that uses blockchain technology to allow corporations and individuals worldwide to offset their emissions by selecting over the different projects available. 

Room Blockchain Solutions World
17:25h - 18:10h Room Blockchain Solutions World
17:30h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-04 – Panel Discussion: How AI & Machine-Learning Builds A Better Manufacturing Process

Said Tabet Dell Technologies
Erkut Ekinci Hugo Boss Head of IT
17:30 18:15 Europe/Madrid MF-04 – Panel Discussion: How AI & Machine-Learning Builds A Better Manufacturing Process

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have the potential to completely revolutionize manufacturing as we know it today. From operational gains in production efficiencies to unlocking new markets and sales opportunities, AI, when built correctly, has the power to transform how and where we do business. This panel will explore how leading manufacturers are integrating/expanding AI, Machine Learning, and IoT technology into their automation and manufacturing systems. We will discuss return on investments, strategies for integration, technology and manufacturing trends.

Auditorium
17:30h - 18:15h Auditorium
17:30h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-03 – Vision-based cobots as a key enabler for smart factory automation

Sundararaman G WIN Automation Senior Vice President
Ravi Raghavan Bharat Fritz Werner Managing Director
Andrew Lee Hanwha
Hemachandra Bhat Wipro Limited Practice Head – Robotics & Computer Vision, CTO
17:30 18:15 Europe/Madrid EI-03 – Vision-based cobots as a key enabler for smart factory automation

Machine tending is very common in manufacturing plants. Robots are gradually being introduced to perform these activities, but these specialized robots can be expensive for small and mid-sized companies. In this panel, we discuss and demonstrate an affordable vision-based cobot that was introduced at a customer site to improve productivity and reduce costs. Cobots form an integral part of a smart factory in the context of Industrie 4.0.

Room 1
17:30h - 18:15h Room 1
17:30h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-02 – From Preventative to Predictive Maintenance: IoT is on the Right Track with SNCF Rail Assets Monitoring

Martine Lapierre Thales Group
17:30 18:15 Europe/Madrid CT-02 – From Preventative to Predictive Maintenance: IoT is on the Right Track with SNCF Rail Assets Monitoring

France's public rail company, the Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français (SNCF) has a keen focus on innovation. The company manages the scheduling, operations and maintenance of a network covering 30,000 km of track, 15,000 trains and 3,000 stations in France. This session highlights the journey of migrating from preventive maintenance to current IoT predictive maintenance using non-intrusive mobile sensors and deep-learning algorithms to detect alerts and predict diagnosis and consequences. SNCF has set up a Digital Open Lab (DOL) to foster open innovation and develop interest from the Industry. After one year of the DOL, results are encouraging. Meanwhile, the maturity of the IoT technology and the ROI of the use case will be presented. Discover how, by life observation and predicting maintenance requirements, SNCF can have a more efficient supervision, and prevent outage on the network.  

Room 4
17:30h - 18:15h Room 4
17:30h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-04 – Securely deploying IIoT Edge Gateways with Edge Analytics and Machine Learning

Robert Jackson MOXA Global IIoT Partner Manager
17:30 18:15 Europe/Madrid EU-04 – Securely deploying IIoT Edge Gateways with Edge Analytics and Machine Learning

In oil and gas deployments, customers face the challenge of commissioning, managing, and securing Industrial IoT (IIoT) devices.  The benefit of connecting distributed assets is asset management and the challenge: how to deploy and manage these devices to access critical data for machine learning.  Discover how you can access data with existing infrastructure, integrate analytics, and securely deploy edge gateways.  The result is better usage of assets in upstream O&G, tracking of services for fueling solutions, and improved asset

Room 3
17:30h - 18:15h Room 3
17:30h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-10 – Bathroom 5.0: From Product to Service in the Bathroom universe

Carles Velazquez Velazquez Roca Corporate Marketing Director
Marielle Romeijn One Hundred Restrooms
17:30 18:15 Europe/Madrid BI-10 – Bathroom 5.0: From Product to Service in the Bathroom universe

ONE HUNDRED RESTROOMS is a full-service solution for retail areas, public transport hubs, petrol stations and QSR. The company, The company, in partnership with the global bathroom brand ROCA, is redefining the standard of public toilets by offering a complete restroom experience. This session will explore the digitalisation journey from that of product to service. Discover how, with the proliferation of sensors in all products (IoT), they can generate data, that with the help of artificial intelligence (AI), offers complete insight into visitor data, operations, water management, customer satisfaction, employee performance and repair & maintenance issues. 

Room 5
17:30h - 18:15h Room 5
18:15h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-04 – Enabling Digital Transformation by Connecting Legacy Devices

Mikkel Christian Sorensen Omnio.net CEO
Jakob Jul Jensen Danfoss Drives Senior Manager, Digitalization
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid EI-04 – Enabling Digital Transformation by Connecting Legacy Devices

Danfoss Drives is a leading manufacturer of intelligent AC drives with the clear vision to achieve full capacity of industrial IoT. By unleashing the drive, existing industrial applications and systems become smart and connected, without investing in added devices. To demonstrate this, Danfoss executed a full-scale trial to connect already installed AC drives. This session will explore the project, which connects an existing factory using its own drives to serve as smart IoT sensors. It aims to establish the possibility of optimizing efficiency, improving performance, and adding predictive and condition-based maintenance capabilities to an existing application or system and to serve as a platform for ongoing intelligent drive innovation. The trial enhances AHU energy efficiency and improves conveyor uptime using a mix of over 100 types of intelligent drives, connected to the cloud without disrupting factory operations.

Room 1
18:15h - 19:00h Room 1
18:15h
Congress Open Industry

OI-04 – Vestel Electronics – Transitioning to IoT Enabled World

Burak Savak Vestel Electronics VP of IoT
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid OI-04 – Vestel Electronics – Transitioning to IoT Enabled World

This session captures the journey that Vestel Electronics, a consumer electronics group based in Turkey, faced while transitioning to an IOT-enabled world. Hear how they migrated to a multi-cloud ecosystem in order to reduce the IT burden and allow for more time to develop their services. You will learn from real-life examples of converting conventional products to IoT and creating new IoT products from scratch. You will leave this session with best-practices for making your cloud work with 3rd party partners while ensuring security. 

Room 2
18:15h - 19:00h Room 2
18:15h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-03 – Gas Network Monitoring: Applications of IoT with Energy Harvesting in Distribution Networks

Albert Amargos Carreras Naturgy IT IT Innovation
Janina Paris MAHLE Thermoelektronik GmbH Development Engineer
Marc Fàbregas Bachs AllWize CEO
Ramón Jane Crumols Nedgia (Naturgy Group)
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid EU-03 – Gas Network Monitoring: Applications of IoT with Energy Harvesting in Distribution Networks

The introduction of sensors and actuators in gas distribution networks has never been an easy task due to lack of power supply, which can make implementation difficult. Measuring parameters like gas flow and pressure at supply points in a simple and low-cost way has always been a key challenge.  This session will explore Gas Network Monitoring (GNM), a use case based on energy harvesting. Discover how you can monitor operation parameters (flow, pressure, noise...) at supply points and network stations (ERM) and in a simple, fast and low-cost manner.  

Room 3
18:15h - 19:00h Room 3
18:15h
Congress Healthcare

HC-05 Health Care Security Panel

Sumita Yadav Catholic Health Services of Long Island
Gaurav Shukla DeloitteTouch Tohmatsu India LLP Partner
Robert Dobson Device Authority
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid HC-05 Health Care Security Panel Room 4
18:15h - 19:00h Room 4
18:15h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-09 – Successful Transformation Towards Recurring Business Using Blockchain &AI for the Internet of Things

Andreas Kundert Digitec Galaxus Leader Business Development
Marco Arnold Digital Republic Co-Founder & Managing Director
Ali Soy Digital Republic Co-Founder & Managing Director
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid BC-09 – Successful Transformation Towards Recurring Business Using Blockchain &AI for the Internet of Things

The ongoing digitalization enables industries to launch innovative products and services, but at the same time brings numerous challenges. One of these is time-to-market and the implementation of new offerings on existing systems. This session will explore how new, recurring business models in IoT are being implemented today to help companies achieve breakthroughs, including the development of 'as a Service'. Learn how Blockchain builds trust in a multi-sided business delivery model and how artificial intelligence is helping to gain consumer insights.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
18:15h - 19:00h Room Blockchain Solutions World
18:15h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-21 – Reimagining Business with Cognitive Digital Workforce

Enas Ashraf Advansys ESC
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid AI-21 – Reimagining Business with Cognitive Digital Workforce

Since its beginning, digital workforce had the ability to transform business-as-usual through automating each stage of various business processes. In this session, we will discuss how various AI technologies can revolutionize workspace through leveraging the ways of working and interacting with each other and with customers. Combining traditional Business Process Automation, Robotic Process Automation, Chatbots, Natural Language Processing with other AI and cognitive technologies can create an intelligent digital worker who can sense and comprehend and thus perform more complex tasks leading to more productivity and enhanced employee and customer experience. 

AI Forum - Room 7
18:15h - 19:00h AI Forum - Room 7
18:15h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-11 – The Future of Information Technology through the Eyes of Intelligent Connected Vehicles

Thomas Wilson Graphcore
Sanjay Sarma Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Alexander Soley Dell Technologies
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid CT-11 – The Future of Information Technology through the Eyes of Intelligent Connected Vehicles

Connected & autonomous vehicles will generate zettabytes of data and collect just as much from their surrounding environment. In fact, some of the data that should arguably be publicly accessible can help create products and services such as improved brakes that may eventually become standard. Creating cost-effective ecosystems is key to achieving the highest ROI. In this session, we will explore what data should be stored in the vehicle, the cloud, the edge, or at a data center; how data is collected from other vehicles, infrastructure, and the environment through sensors; and how to set up data management systems to collect, index, and tag the data to aid analysis and support AI workloads. We will consider different scenarios, such as using black box systems vs. allowing small data sets that can be translated to stakeholders such as governments and other organizations.

Auditorium
18:15h - 19:00h Auditorium
Wed 30
09:00h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-10 – The Age of Artificial Intelligence: What will the world look like in 10 years?

Joseph Barkai The Outcome Economy: How the Industrial Internet of Things is Transforming Every Business Industry Analyst and Consultant, Public Speaker, Blogger and Author
09:00 09:45 Europe/Madrid AI-10 – The Age of Artificial Intelligence: What will the world look like in 10 years?


AI is powering the breakneck transition from the Information Age to the Age of Intelligent Machines and creating profound changes in business and society. Autonomous cars, personalized medicine, chatbots and co-bots, and other types of intelligent machines promise to automate processes, boost efficiencies, and create new disruptive products and services. But these intelligent machines will also track our every move, create and expose societal biases, eliminate jobs, and, some fear, will one day develop a will of their own and go rogue. In his talk, Joe will offer a perspective on the future of AI and machine-learning technologies. He will explain the principles of AI and machine learning technologies, what they can and cannot do (at least not in the foreseeable future), and discuss the opportunities and threats posed by autonomous machines in a future dominated by AI.

AI Forum - Room 7
09:00h - 09:45h AI Forum - Room 7
09:00h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-10 – Cheaper, Smarter, Greener: How Distributed Ledgers Change the Way We Use Energy

Lewis Freiberg IOTA Foundation Director of Ecosystem
09:00 09:45 Europe/Madrid BC-10 – Cheaper, Smarter, Greener: How Distributed Ledgers Change the Way We Use Energy

Renewables, like solar or wind, have empowered everyone to become an energy generator. Now it's time for Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) to change the way we distribute and consume energy. This technology will reduce the price you pay, reduce blackouts and increase the amount of green energy we use. While DLTs have the ability to disrupt many different parts of our lives,one of the most significant areas it will affect is how we produce and consume electricity. This session will explore the impact of DLTs on the ways we personally distribute and consume electricity. We will examine real world examples used in the energy industry and what the future of energy generation, distribution and consumption will look like.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
09:00h - 09:45h Room Blockchain Solutions World
09:50h
Congress Open Industry

DK-05 – The Path to Business Transformation in a Digital World

Phil Skipper Vodafone Group Business
09:50 10:20 Europe/Madrid DK-05 – The Path to Business Transformation in a Digital World

We are told that the world is digitizing and the solution is technology but digitization is a one-way street – from old to new ways of working with new and untested eco systems. Success in a digital world will be driven by the partners you embed rather than the technology you select. `

Auditorium
09:50h - 10:20h Auditorium
09:55h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-11 – How Artificial Intelligence can help in the fight against climate change

Antonio Sanchez Zaplana Aguas Municipalizadas de Alicante Innovation and Technology Manager
09:55 10:40 Europe/Madrid AI-11 – How Artificial Intelligence can help in the fight against climate change

This session will explore how to improve the management of water and energy in cities through the use of artificial intelligence, helping to meet UN SGD 6: "Ensure access to water and sanitation for all".

AI Forum - Room 7
09:55h - 10:40h AI Forum - Room 7
10:25h
Congress General Audience

DK-06 – Achieve Success in IoT – Go from Ambition to Action with Planet-scale Competitiveness

Satyam Vaghani Nutanix VP and GM, IoT & AI
10:25 10:55 Europe/Madrid DK-06 – Achieve Success in IoT – Go from Ambition to Action with Planet-scale Competitiveness

In this session, we will share examples of organizations that have rapidly put their aspirations into play at planet-scale. Learn how Xi IoT can be used in smart retail to do cashierless checkout systems, in smart cities to do traffic analysis, and in smart factories to do predictive maintenance and product quality checks.

Auditorium
10:25h - 10:55h Auditorium
10:45h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-12 – Fireside Chat: How Blockchain Is Helping Individuals and Businesses Gain Control Over Data In a Post-GDPR World

Christine Ferrusi Ross Decision Changers
Jake Gostylo Dun & Bradstreet
10:45 11:30 Europe/Madrid BC-12 – Fireside Chat: How Blockchain Is Helping Individuals and Businesses Gain Control Over Data In a Post-GDPR World

The EU's GDPR puts the spotlight on the topic of personal data, and individuals are concerned about big tech companies monetizing their data and privacy. Businesses struggle with regulations like Know-Your-Customer requiring them to collect and verify tremendous amounts of personal user data while also trying to comply with GDPR's requirements. This panel explores how enterprises are trying to marry conflicting goals regarding data collection with individual desire for privacy and control. Panelists will discuss how blockchain helps businesses authenticate and verify individuals' identities in ways that traditional systems can't do. Explore how enterprises can benefit from privacy-enhanced identity data methods to improve business and also improve security efforts. See examples of how blockchain-based identity is used in financial services, supply chain/logistics, and IoT environments.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
10:45h - 11:30h Room Blockchain Solutions World
10:50h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-18 – Smart IoT Devices Boost Manufacturing

Carsten Metzler evosoft
10:50 11:35 Europe/Madrid AI-18 – Smart IoT Devices Boost Manufacturing

The session will explore the use and benefits of IoT devices that leverage AI to utilize observed data and enable process understanding, as well as asset optimization to leverage hidden potential in manufacturing processes.

AI Forum - Room 7
10:50h - 11:35h AI Forum - Room 7
11:15h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-05 – The Automotive IoT Revolution

Sven Schrecker LHP Engineering Services VP of Cyber Security
Dirk Slama Bosch Software Innovations
Jörn Göres Daimler Motors
Simon Kay AXA Corporate Solutions
11:15 12:00 Europe/Madrid CT-05 – The Automotive IoT Revolution

Due to the automotive industry's deep penetration into modern society, new technologies such as electrification, autonomous driving, and connected vehicle are advancing automotive capabilities at a dizzying rate. We explore how these technologies evolved in automotive and what considerations are important going forward. On the flip-side, there are concerns related to the safety of these vehicles, as well as their reliability, due to the rapid innovation and technological adoption. Concerns around the security, privacy, and resilience of these new vehicles abound. This panel of experts explores the evolution of automotive up through today, the impact of IoT on the vehicles, and what considerations may be important going forward. What are the impacts of technology on the reliability of the vehicles? How do the evolving privacy considerations come into play? This panel includes and OEM, a Tier 1, and an Insurance panelist. The panel will be quite interactive with the audience.

Auditorium
11:15h - 12:00h Auditorium
11:15h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-05 – The Journey of Value Driven Digital Factory Transformation: Case Studies

George Ng Western Digital Regional Director of AI & IoT
11:15 12:00 Europe/Madrid EI-05 – The Journey of Value Driven Digital Factory Transformation: Case Studies

Nowadays, most manufacturers are focused on digital transformation and eager to achieve game-changing results with their products and process. While some have achieved success, others struggle to get started and some ponder how to leverage an overwhelming amount of data. This session shares the experience of an intense journey of digital factory transformation to become a data & insights-driven business. It will also discuss the challenges, successes and the initial efforts that are slow but ultimately achievement of the significantly impactful outcomes.

Room 1
11:15h - 12:00h Room 1
11:15h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-05 – Distributed energy solutions, smart grids and storage – the perfect combination for sustainability and resiliency

Nicole Bulgarino Ameresco Executive Vice President, Federal
11:15 12:00 Europe/Madrid EU-05 – Distributed energy solutions, smart grids and storage – the perfect combination for sustainability and resiliency

Market economics and dynamics in the energy sector are changing rapidly, creating a compelling reason to consider new distributed energy solutions to support sustainability and carbon reduction objectives. Heightened energy prices and challenges to the larger grid have made localized distributed energy solutions highly cost competitive. The benefits of renewable energy with storage span even further: Imagine not being crippled by a grid outage, or sustaining full operational during a time of crisis? When the proper advanced technologies are in play, the combination of renewable energy coupled with a microgrid and battery storage enable true resiliency at its finest. In the session, we will learn about the experiences and stories of renewable energy implementation on U.S. military bases of Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

Room 2
11:15h - 12:00h Room 2
11:15h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-05 – Revolutionizing Real Estate through Manufacturing Innovations in Digital Twins and Predictive Design

Calvin Smith Wipro Director & Global Head, Partner Engineering
Maurice Carl Zettel SAP
Geetha Ramakrishnan TopHat
Krishan Pattni TopHat
Eman Martin-Vignerte Bosch
Andrew Hayward Bosch
Imelda Donnellan SAP
11:15 12:00 Europe/Madrid MF-05 – Revolutionizing Real Estate through Manufacturing Innovations in Digital Twins and Predictive Design

This session explores how, with the application of Digital Twin/Thread technologies alongside traditional BIM models, TopHat and its partners have optimized the centuries-old housing market by building residences and commercial properties designed around people's lives and actual usage patterns. TopHat's pre-fab properties, which are sold to large real estate companies, are the world's first truly "intelligent homes", introducing smart manufacturing and Predictive Design into an industry ripe for disruption - a world-first for the housing market.

Room 3
11:15h - 12:00h Room 3
11:15h
Congress Healthcare

HC-06 – Sanitas Hospital at Home: IoT as a Cornerstone of a Liquid Hospital

César Morcillo Serra Sanitas
Tania Menendez Evia Sanitas
11:15 12:00 Europe/Madrid HC-06 – Sanitas Hospital at Home: IoT as a Cornerstone of a Liquid Hospital

The concept of a Liquid Hospital is not just supported by technology but is only possible through combining IoT technology, innovative ways of working and modern innovation. Breaking down the systemised walls for the provision of care is the key to disruption. This session spotlights Sanitas' Hospital-at-Home unit, which provides safe, high-quality, hospital-level care to patients in the comfort of their own homes, through an IoT connected health platform. Discover how modern innovation is driving constant contact between patient and health provider, by connecting medical wearables with a mobile app.  See how all data is analyzed by the artificial intelligence system, which generates alarms in case of decompensation of the disease and warns the health care team, to contact the patient by video visit.

Room 4
11:15h - 12:00h Room 4
11:50h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-13 – Monetizing Data from IoT and Blockchain Solutions

Christine Ferrusi Ross Decision Changers
Jake Gostylo Dun & Bradstreet
Praneeth Srikanti Consensys Investment Principal
Shiv Malik Steamr Head of Communications
Szabolcs Hargittay Hargittay and Toth Law Office Attorney at Law
11:50 12:35 Europe/Madrid BC-13 – Monetizing Data from IoT and Blockchain Solutions

IoT solutions are generating more and more data. This data is being collected and stored in blockchain systems. These blockchain systems are now allowing individuals to have control over their data in a way that hasn't happened before. This panel of experts will explore how consumers can monetize their data without giving up their privacy.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
11:50h - 12:35h Room Blockchain Solutions World
11:55h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-13 – A Practical Framework and Approach to Responsible AI

Edy Liongosari Accenture Labs Chief Research Scientist
11:55 12:25 Europe/Madrid AI-13 – A Practical Framework and Approach to Responsible AI

AI promises great opportunity, and with that comes great responsibility. Recent rapid advancement of AI has given rise to ethical concerns about AI: from its unintended consequences to job displacement.  In this talk, we will discuss a practical framework and approach to Responsible AI that aligns AI design and deployment to a company's core values and ethical principles in order to benefit customers, employees, businesses and society. 

AI Forum - Room 7
11:55h - 12:25h AI Forum - Room 7
12:05h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-01 – Tenant Engagement Panel

Brad McMahon Rigado VP Corporate Development
Spyros Sakellariadis Microsoft Corporation Principal Program Manager
Pepe Gutiérrez Administrapolis CEO
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid BI-01 – Tenant Engagement Panel Room 3
12:05h - 12:50h Room 3
12:05h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-06 – What Does Your Air Travel Look Like in 2040?

Helena Lisachuk Deloitte Consulting Global Lead, IoT
Glenn Schnieders Brussels Airport Company Product Manager IoT
Anes Hodzic Airbus
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid CT-06 – What Does Your Air Travel Look Like in 2040?

With the explosion of IoT and connected devices, real-time location intelligence is critical for unlocking deeper actionable insights. Learn how companies are partnering to create mobility ecosystems that deliver the next generation of mobility solutions and location intelligence. Attend this session to hear all of the latest information on connected vehicle platform and maps capabilities, partner use cases of traffic analysis, fleet management, private and indoor mapping, electric vehicle charging, public transit services & smart city management.

Auditorium
12:05h - 12:50h Auditorium
12:05h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-06 – Enabling Digital Transformation with IoT: A Panel Discussion

Shyam Varan Nath Oracle Corporation
Maria Schwenger Honeywell
Zoya Alexeeva ABB
Patricia Watkins Sprint
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid EI-06 – Enabling Digital Transformation with IoT: A Panel Discussion

This panel will showcase how companies, across various industry sectors, are using IoT technologies to enable their digital transformation. Discover how different enabling technologies are being deployed for end-to-end IoT solutions and learn how these companies measure the outcomes from these deployments.

Room 1
12:05h - 12:50h Room 1
12:05h
Congress Open Industry

OI-06 – Acting for Food: Is blockchain technology an advantage for customers ?

12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid OI-06 – Acting for Food: Is blockchain technology an advantage for customers ?

Carrefour was the first retailer in Europe to introduce Blockchain technology in food traceability. The retailer has been offering a new business usage of the blockchain to its customers since March 2018. Through a QRCode, the end-customer can retrieve all relevant information concerning Carrefour Quality Line chickens, eggs, oranges, milk, cheese, etc.  Accordingly, they may know the farmers that bred their specific chicken, the date of their eggs, the level of juice or sugar of their oranges, or see the cows or goats that produced milk.  This session will explore: why the project and why the use of blockchain? How the project was achieved and how it became an international program, and key lessons and next steps of the blockchain-based traceability journey.

Room 2
12:05h - 12:50h Room 2
12:05h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-12 – Operational Efficiency in Oil & Gas Industry

Nerea De Andrés REDEXIS GAS
Pablo Lluch Orange IOT Business Development
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid EU-12 – Operational Efficiency in Oil & Gas Industry

This session will explore how LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) consumers are optimizing logistics and improving customer service by implementing an end-to-end solution (device + connectivity + platform + integration) by connecting remote installations in an efficient way in terms of network performance, power consumption, security and cost. See how gas tanks are sending critical information like filling levels or temperature to ensure the operational efficiency (optimize the logistics and routes) and end-user satisfaction (predictive maintenance and demand anticipation).

Room 5
12:05h - 12:50h Room 5
12:05h
Congress Healthcare

HC-08 – Mobile Health Monitoring for Asthma

Michelle Hernandez University of North Carolina Medical Center Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Allergy, Immunology, & Rheumatology, Chief Medical Officer & Associate Director of Clinical Research
Gul Edge SAS Senior Director, Advanced Analytics R&DIOT Division, SAS Institute Professor of Pediatrics, UNC School of Medicine
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid HC-08 – Mobile Health Monitoring for Asthma

Mobile health technology using wearables has the potential to integrate seamlessly into the daily routine, accurately sense physiologic changes that predict an asthma exacerbation, provide personalized monitoring of air pollution exposures such as ozone, and provide patients with instant feedback that allows them to intervene early to prevent progression to more severe symptoms and/or an asthma exacerbation.  This approach has high potential to make a significant public health and economic impact to reduce asthma-related morbidity and mortality.

Room 4
12:05h - 12:50h Room 4
12:35h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-14 – Panel: Ethics and Social Responsibilities in Deploying AI

Jennifer Bennett Google Cloud
Michael Godoy University of California
Ariel Guersenzvaig ELISAVA Barcelona School of Design and Engineering Senior Lecturer & Researcher
Danny Tomsett FaceMe CEO
12:35 13:35 Europe/Madrid AI-14 – Panel: Ethics and Social Responsibilities in Deploying AI

The rise of intelligence machines and automation driven by AI has driven a significant interest on ethical issues - from securing AI from adversaries, to distributing wealth created by machines. Addressing many of these challenges require a strong collaboration between industry, business, academia and government. Come and join us in this multi-stakeholder panel where we will be discussing this new frontier for ethics and the outlook for the next ten years.

AI Forum - Room 7
12:35h - 13:35h AI Forum - Room 7
12:40h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-14 – Using Blockchain to create dignity for AB InBev’s smallholder farmers

Sameer Jooma Anheuser-Busch InBev Director of Innovation & Analytics, Solutions Africa
12:40 13:25 Europe/Madrid BC-14 – Using Blockchain to create dignity for AB InBev’s smallholder farmers

Through the implementation of Blockchain technology AB InBev is able to have transparency of its entire supply chain, all the way to the farmer. These farmers are empowered as a result because they now have access to full accounting information, such as sales price, volume and payout via SMS - creating a verifiable economic identity and records - that they can take to a financial institution, allowing them access to credit and other financial service. Through the recent integration with the Mobile Network Operators, the farmer can be also have their funds disbursed in mobile, thereby reducing the cash risk and allowing for ease of remittances. This solution has the potential to transform and improve the lives of millions in the Agriculture sector in Africa, and across the world.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
12:40h - 13:25h Room Blockchain Solutions World
13:50h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-06 – Intelligent Approaches to Smart Factories

Stephen Laaper Deloitte Consulting
Mark Cotteleer Deloitte Services Executive Director of Center for Integrated Research
13:50 14:35 Europe/Madrid MF-06 – Intelligent Approaches to Smart Factories

This hybrid presentation/panel will examine multiple dimensions of smart factory deployment, based on the field experience of implementers and clients.  The session will cover the various starting points and approaches to deploying smart factory, across a variety of industries.  It will also draw upon perspectives from multiple organizational roles (IT, CFO, Operations) in the examination of value delivered and challenges faced. Join us for an overview of smart factory advances, followed by a expert panel discussion that includes representatives, with differing roles, of firms pursuing smart factory strategies.  

Auditorium
13:50h - 14:35h Auditorium
13:50h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-07 – CHAINBUS, a global platform for tracking Cybersecurity Data for Connected Transport

Mario Perez de la Blanca Airbus Defense & Space
Oscar Lage Tecnalia Research & Innovation
13:50 14:35 Europe/Madrid EI-07 – CHAINBUS, a global platform for tracking Cybersecurity Data for Connected Transport

To ensure the safety and security of all airspace users as the use of drones continues to grow, there is an urgent need to establish a framework for complex drone operations with a high degree of automation. Join us to explore the Chainbus, a blockchain platform network that tracks the scheduled routes of a set of drones. Discover how Chainbus was built to provide high availability and guarantee the identity of the actors, the source of the data and its integrity, thus leading to improved security. Attend this session to get an inside look at this decentralized solution that improves interoperability by allowing multiple fleets to coordinate.

Room 1
13:50h - 14:35h Room 1
13:50h
Congress Open Industry

OI-07 – Asset Insight – Connected Construction Equipment

Balajikasiram Sundararajan Larsen & Toubro Head of Digital
13:50 14:35 Europe/Madrid OI-07 – Asset Insight – Connected Construction Equipment

At any given point in time, Larsen & Toubro has around 400+ active project sites, with a fleet of 35000+ construction equipment of different makes, models, and vintages. Construction progress has considerable dependence on availability and productive utilization of construction equipment, so ensuring proper allocation, availability, and productivity are of paramount importance. This session will explore how they retrofit their equipment with required sensors, intelligent edge processing, near real-time streaming of data and information, data ingestion & storage, analytics, and visualization. Discover how this enables them to make effective decisions on mobilization, hiring, buying, resizing, and enhancing utilization and productivity of their equipment, thereby accelerating construction progress.

Room 2
13:50h - 14:35h Room 2
13:50h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-07 – Partnering to Create New Mobility Systems

Chris Pendleton Microsoft
13:50 14:35 Europe/Madrid CT-07 – Partnering to Create New Mobility Systems

With the explosion of IoT and connected devices, real-time location intelligence is critical for unlocking deeper actionable insights. Learn how companies are partnering to create mobility ecosystems that deliver the next generation of mobility solutions and location intelligence. Attend this session to hear all of the latest information on connected vehicle platform and maps capabilities, partner use cases of traffic analysis, fleet management, private and indoor mapping, electric vehicle charging, public transit services & smart city management.

Room 3
13:50h - 14:35h Room 3
13:50h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-05 – Transforming Air Quality Data into Action to Protect Citizens in the Middle East

Stuart Lee Envirosuite
Marwan Al-Dimachki Kuwait Environment Public Authority Senior Environmental Consultant
13:50 14:35 Europe/Madrid BI-05 – Transforming Air Quality Data into Action to Protect Citizens in the Middle East

To understand how air quality works and protect citizens from harm, City Managers in Kuwait and Doha have implemented a real-time IoT monitoring network of 90 ambient electronic noses and air quality sensors placed in areas across the city. These detect harmful pollutants and gases in real-time within the ambient air. In this session you will learn how they use the data collected in the cloud to provide city managers insights for immediate actions to reduce harm on city residents. Discover how they use atmospheric dispersion models, validated by several organizations such as the US EPA, together with wind data to determine the likely source of a measured impact.

Room 4
13:50h - 14:35h Room 4
14:40h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-08 – How IT/OT convergence can help reduce plant Process Safety Incidence: PETRONAS Experience

Sharul A Rashid PETRONAS
14:40 15:25 Europe/Madrid EI-08 – How IT/OT convergence can help reduce plant Process Safety Incidence: PETRONAS Experience

Established in 1974, Petroliam Nasional Berhad (PETRONAS) is Malaysia's fully integrated oil and gas multinational ranked among the largest corporations on FORTUNE Global 500'. The growing demand for energy inspires and strengthens their purpose to steadily drive for new solutions and push boundaries towards a sustainable energy future. This session will define and explore how IT and OT play a role in ensuring sustainable plant reliability, and how IT/OT convergence has been key to helping both reducing process safety incidence at Petronas and enabling digital transformation.

Room 1
14:40h - 15:25h Room 1
14:40h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-06 – Monash Smart Energy City Program Builds Smart Grid with IIoT-based Management Platform

Brett Murphy RTI (Real-Time Innovations) Senior Director Market Development, Industrial IoT
Eloy González Ortega Indra Minsait Senior Manager, Utilities
14:40 15:25 Europe/Madrid EU-06 – Monash Smart Energy City Program Builds Smart Grid with IIoT-based Management Platform

In this session, we'll explore the Monash Smart Energy City program that is deploying an IIoT smart grid management system to integrate the distributed energy resources (DERs) and actively balance their output with the energy demand of the buildings and other campus entities. With a goal to achieve 100% renewable energy generation, discover how they are using the Monash campus as a large-scale trial to demonstrate the value of smart energy infrastructure to energy market participants and the ability to move to 100% renewable energy. Learn how the system orchestrates energy production and loads to respond to grid events and market pricing, maintains power grid reliability and optimizes energy costs.

Room 2
14:40h - 15:25h Room 2
14:40h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-14 – Zero Defect Manufacturing using Open Source Technology

Ulrich Ahle FIWARE Foundation CEO
Óscar Lázaro Innovalia Association Managing Director
14:40 15:25 Europe/Madrid MF-14 – Zero Defect Manufacturing using Open Source Technology

Digital Twin is a concept which develop in Product Engineering and is now more and more used also in other areas of the product lifecycle like in production or during operation of a product. Today this different digital twin are often created as silos with limited possibility to exchange data. The presentation will show how to solve this challenges and how integrated digital twins along the whole product lifecycle can be realized. The solution is based on the architecture of the International Data Spaces Association using the open source technology of FIWARE providing predictive maintenance services while ensuring data sovereignty. It will be explained how the Overall Equipment Efficiency is improved while at the same time the data sovereignty is increased.

Room 3
14:40h - 15:25h Room 3
14:40h
Congress Healthcare

HC-07 – Digital Humans in Health & Care

Danny Tomsett FaceMe CEO
14:40 15:25 Europe/Madrid HC-07 – Digital Humans in Health & Care

Before digital humans arrived on the scene, there existed a collection of predecessors by the names of avatars, chatbots, AI, virtual assistants or virtual humans. Digital humans are the embodiment of these predecessors and overlaid with a digitally rendered human-like interaction capability. They wink, grimace, smile, look at you and interact with you as you would with any other fellow human being. This session will focus on the 'why' of digital humans - from the science of human engagement to the social side of emotional connection with other humans to real examples in health care. 

Room 4
14:40h - 15:25h Room 4
14:40h
Congress Connected Transport

CT – Hold for Fire Side Chat – Dell

14:40 15:25 Europe/Madrid CT – Hold for Fire Side Chat – Dell Auditorium
14:40h - 15:25h Auditorium
14:45h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-06 – Acting for Food: Is blockchain technology an advantage for customers?

Emmanuel Delerm Carrefour Group
14:45 15:30 Europe/Madrid BC-06 – Acting for Food: Is blockchain technology an advantage for customers?

Carrefour was the first retailer in Europe to introduce Blockchain technology in food traceability. The retailer has been offering a new business usage of the blockchain to its customers since March 2018. Through a QRCode, the end-customer can retrieve all relevant information concerning Carrefour Quality Line chickens, eggs, oranges, milk, cheese, etc.  Accordingly, they may know the farmers that bred their specific chicken, the date of their eggs, the level of juice or sugar of their oranges, or see the cows or goats that produced milk.  This session will explore: why the project and why the use of blockchain? How the project was achieved and how it became an international program, and key lessons and next steps of the blockchain-based traceability journey.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
14:45h - 15:30h Room Blockchain Solutions World
14:45h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-15 – Beyond Machine Learning: Developing Truly Intelligent Systems By Embedding Human Expertise to Digital Twin

Teresa Tung Accenture Labs Managing Director
14:45 15:30 Europe/Madrid AI-15 – Beyond Machine Learning: Developing Truly Intelligent Systems By Embedding Human Expertise to Digital Twin

The role of human expertise is critical in fulfilling the promise of the Digital Twin.  Today human expertise and reasoning logic still performs the heavy lifting for problems like creating a new design, identifying a root cause, and redesigning a process.  A critical phase in digital twin maturity lies in capturing and applying this human knowledge to complement AI and automation technologies. This presentation explains how we are using domain knowledge graphs - the same technology behind today's Internet search - to capture the human expertise for powering digital twin applications to create intelligent systems. Examples from various verticals, including Oil and Gas, will be presented.

AI Forum - Room 7
14:45h - 15:30h AI Forum - Room 7
15:30h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-08 – Resilient Wireless Communications in Transportation via 5G + VLC (Visible Light Communication)

Sven Schrecker LHP Engineering Services VP of Cyber Security
Farid Bichareh AASA Inc - 01LightComm CTO
15:30 16:15 Europe/Madrid CT-08 – Resilient Wireless Communications in Transportation via 5G + VLC (Visible Light Communication)

This session will explore visible light communication, considered as a potential secondary channel for 5G wireless communications, and gaining extensive attention. Discover how VLC has strengths in energy efficiency and ultra-wide bandwidth, but also has weakness in transmission range and obstacles in transmission paths. This session discusses VLC as a part of resilient 5G wireless communication in transportation systems.

Room 1
15:30h - 16:15h Room 1
15:30h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-07 – Energy Adaptive Networks and Software Defined Microgrids to Protect Against Natural Disasters

Michael Enescu EAN Chairman & Co-Founder
15:30 16:15 Europe/Madrid EU-07 – Energy Adaptive Networks and Software Defined Microgrids to Protect Against Natural Disasters

Fires caused by electric grid failures are increasing at an alarming rate, with complex problems involving local and global factors such as rapid weather changes or failing infrastructure unable to keep up with power fluctuations. To deal with climate change, green power is rapidly coming online, but accepting renewables into the grid creates complex issues with reverse power flows. The Napa fires last year, and perhaps the recent Camp Fire, may have been ignited by such power fluctuations. What the future of energy adaptive networks holds and the role of open collaboration to prevent the next catastrophic disaster. This presentation will describe Project EAN-Caltech use case with utility companies in Southern California to identify potential use of real time DER data to predict reactive power fluctuations and protect smart grid infrastructure. 

Room 2
15:30h - 16:15h Room 2
15:30h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-13 – IIOT As a Key Enabler For New Business Models and Revenue Streams

Ken Forster Momenta Partners VC
Francesco Cattaneo Relayr
15:30 16:15 Europe/Madrid EI-13 – IIOT As a Key Enabler For New Business Models and Revenue Streams

IoT can significantly transform how companies develop and sell their products and services, and engage with their customers. These transformations unlock unprecedent opportunities for these companies. Come and hear from our panelists on how IoT affords them the opportunity to create new revenue streams and business models. They will provide specific examples as well as share their transformation journey.

Auditorium
15:30h - 16:15h Auditorium
15:30h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-07 – Evolution of Digital Twins in Factory Automation

Maximilian Schroeck Deloitte Consulting
Dario Cesena Geprom Connecting Industries CEO
Josef Kriegmair MTU Aero Engines AG
15:30 16:15 Europe/Madrid MF-07 – Evolution of Digital Twins in Factory Automation

Factories of the future are growing around the world. Every sector and industry has several examples of advancements implemented as pilots or rolled out at scale. When one decomposes the key elements of the Factory of the Future, one common denominator becomes clear – it a concept of Digital Twin. Digital Twin is an exact copy of a physical object or process. More precisely, it is “an evolving digital profile of the historical and current behavior of a physical object or process that helps optimize business performance.” Join this panel to hear the stories of experts who deployed digital twins for Industrial Automation of OEM factory lines, modeling nuclear reactors to predict precise performance / impact and other breath-taking examples of “Twins Revolution” in manufacturing.

Room 4
15:30h - 16:15h Room 4
15:35h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-07 – Reinventing agriculture and food industry with blockchain panel

Martha Montoya AgTools
Antoine Giros Bureau Veritas Food Development Director
Charline Crosnier Worldline
Tristram Borgmann TraceMyDrink.io Co-Founder
Emmanuel Delerm Carrefour Group
15:35 16:20 Europe/Madrid BC-07 – Reinventing agriculture and food industry with blockchain panel

The food supply chain provides some of the strongest blockchain examples in the market today. Global retailers and local farmers are using blockchain to track food of all kinds from the original farm to the end customer. This can include tracking fruits & vegetables for safety purposes – making it easier to isolate contaminated foods. It can also include tracking wine & spirits for authenticity, reducing counterfeit goods and ensuring customers get what they paid for. This panel will discuss: What are the use cases that are most evolved in the agricultural industry today? How is blockchain changing partnerships & supplier/customer relationships through consortia? Why is blockchain a better solution than other technologies? What issues do players in the agricultural industry need to overcome to participate effectively in blockchain-based solutions?

Room Blockchain Solutions World
15:35h - 16:20h Room Blockchain Solutions World
15:35h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-16 – Digital Twin in Solar – Enlightening Black Boxes by Providing Condition-based Information

Ingmar Kruse SunSniffer CEO
Conny Axel Hulverscheidt AEG Industrial Solar Director Marketing, Technology & Products
15:35 16:20 Europe/Madrid AI-16 – Digital Twin in Solar – Enlightening Black Boxes by Providing Condition-based Information

The biggest problem with PV plants: they may work, but you can never be sure how well. Power reducing errors - if noticed at all - must be searched, and this is time-consuming and expensive. In this way the operators not only loose yield, but the error-finding produces costs as well. IoT is changing the solar industry and artificial intelligence is clearing that vision. This session explores how digitalized modules revolutionize different operation and maintenance of PV plants and have revolutionized. Digitalization with AI is changing this industry as we speak!

AI Forum - Room 7
15:35h - 16:20h AI Forum - Room 7
16:00h
Women in IoT Open Industry

OI-16 – Women and Diversity in Industry: Moving the Needle

Helena Lisachuk Deloitte Consulting Global Lead, IoT
Leila Dillon Ameresco VP Marketing & Communications
Teresa Tung Accenture Labs Managing Director
16:00 17:00 Europe/Madrid OI-16 – Women and Diversity in Industry: Moving the Needle

Learn what companies are doing to promote women leaders and diversity in the workplace. Hear about programs that are working, lessons learned, goals for the future, and how culture has changed as a result. 

Room 5
16:00h - 17:00h Room 5
16:35h
Congress Open Industry

OI-08 – Panel Discussion: When World’s Collide: Choices and Challenges in IT/OT Convergence

Don Clark New York Times
Don DeLoach Rocket Wagon Venture Studios
Mark Kraeling GE Transportation
16:35 17:20 Europe/Madrid OI-08 – Panel Discussion: When World’s Collide: Choices and Challenges in IT/OT Convergence Auditorium
16:35h - 17:20h Auditorium
16:35h
Congress Healthcare

HC-10 – How to Not Get Duped in your Healthcare IoT Investment

Anwar Parvez Workiva
John Denning lluvatar CoreX
16:35 17:20 Europe/Madrid HC-10 – How to Not Get Duped in your Healthcare IoT Investment

Health and science startups seem uniquely positioned to fool investors and the public.  Theranos is a well-known example of a risky healthare investment gone wrong, but a handful of other new health and science ventures have raised questions too. In this session, we will present several case studies of IOT in healthcare. And half of them will be totally made up. The audience will be asked to identify which ones are real. 

Room 1
16:35h - 17:20h Room 1
16:35h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-08 – An Innovative Outdoor IIOT Edge Platform for Smart Cities’ Digital Transformation

Chris Davis CIMCON Lighting VP Smart Cities
16:35 17:20 Europe/Madrid EU-08 – An Innovative Outdoor IIOT Edge Platform for Smart Cities’ Digital Transformation

In their quest to move to "smart",  many cities struggle with how to start the journey. Join this session to learn how leading municipalities have transformed their streetlight network into a Digital City "Operating System" for deploying smart city devices and services. Discover how they have collected, visualized, and acted on real time data to solve for such problems as improved public safety, energy efficiency and sustainability, smart mobility - traffic and parking, economic development, operational improvement/asset management.

Room 2
16:35h - 17:20h Room 2
16:35h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-12 – Cyber Protection for Industrial IoT: Looking Beyond Network Defenses and Threat Hunting

Keao Caindec Mocana
16:35 17:20 Europe/Madrid EI-12 – Cyber Protection for Industrial IoT: Looking Beyond Network Defenses and Threat Hunting

Digital transformation and Industrie 4.0 are driving companies to adopt industrial IoT, increasing the surfaces of attack. Recent targeted attacks and untargeted malware have cost companies billions of dollars in the last several years. Vulnerabilities in legacy devices, network devices and processes for managing security and updates create many opportunities for actors to compromise devices. In this presentation, we will review the anatomy of an attack to show the limitations of network defenses and threat hunting in actually preventing devices from being compromised. Youll learn about what is how to protect devices, applications, data and communications and ensure supply chain integrity.

 

Room 3
16:35h - 17:20h Room 3
16:35h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-08 – Gain a Competitive Edge with Real-time Location Solutions

Jesse DeMesa Momenta Partners
16:35 17:20 Europe/Madrid MF-08 – Gain a Competitive Edge with Real-time Location Solutions

If your major focus for the coming months and years is reducing labor costs, increasing factory throughput, and optimizing pricing strategies, you're not alone. These operational efficiencies have become business-critical for manufacturing companies who want to stay competitive in a market constantly challenged by workforce shortages, price wars, and customer expectations. This panel explores how real-time location systems can positively impact your manufacturing operations. Drawing from specific use cases as examples, participants will discuss how leading manufacturing organizations are experiencing both short-term benefits and ROI, as well as long-term transformation by leveraging RTLS.

Room 4
16:35h - 17:20h Room 4
16:35h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-17 – Extending Machine Learning to Industrial IoT Applications at The Edge

Ian Perez Ponce Amazon Web Services
16:35 17:20 Europe/Madrid AI-17 – Extending Machine Learning to Industrial IoT Applications at The Edge

From manufacturing to transportation, organizations are constantly evaluating ways to modernize and transform their industry processes in order to create business advantages. In this presentation, we will discuss the major trends that intersect Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications and edge computing with an emphasis on how customers are using cloud computing with distributed machine learning and analytics at the edge to derive meaningful insights.

AI Forum - Room 7
16:35h - 17:20h AI Forum - Room 7
16:35h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-17 – Trade Forward – A co-innovative approach to Freight Forwarding & Trade Finance

Ernesto Vila ConsolFreight
Francisco Montenegro ConsolFreight Strategy & Business Development Advisor
16:35 17:20 Europe/Madrid BC-17 – Trade Forward – A co-innovative approach to Freight Forwarding & Trade Finance

Trade finance is a tedious and expensive process that limited parties in the shipping industry have access to. The industry is plagued by a lack of visibility and cross border inefficiencies. This session provides a deep-dive into the future of transportation with a blockchain approach to shipping. Hear first-hand insights on how IoT and DLT are revolutionizing the supply finance industry, deeply rooted in old fashioned practices, from the point of view of a freight forwarder and a logtech/trade finance provider.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
16:35h - 17:20h Room Blockchain Solutions World
17:25h
Congress Open Industry

OI-13 – Voices from the Edge: The Shift from Sensor Intelligence-Gathering to Real-World Enterprise Solutions

Tim Scannell International Data Corporation
17:25 18:10 Europe/Madrid OI-13 – Voices from the Edge: The Shift from Sensor Intelligence-Gathering to Real-World Enterprise Solutions

Worldwide spending on IoT will reach $745B this year with an expected 14.2B connected IoT devices in operation.  So, it’s no surprise that most every company in the world has IoT systems in place or is at least thinking about how they might be included as part of an overall enterprise strategy.  Most deployments will incorporate intelligence at the edge to pre-process collected data - expected to amount to more than 79 zettabytes by 2025, according to IDC. Join us as end-users on the frontline of enterprise initiatives voice their opinions on key areas in enterprise IoT deployments. The discussion will focus on what is technically effective and socially acceptable, including data ownership, privacy, regulatory compliance and even algorithmic bias – all important as new regulations take shape and laws put in place that dictate just who controls IoT devices and the data they generate.

Auditorium
17:25h - 18:10h Auditorium
17:25h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-10 – DevSecOps for Industrial IoT & Industry 4.0: Safe, Simple and Secure, Edge-to-Cloud explained

Jeff Shiner Micron Technologies
Philip Griffiths NetFoundry (Tata Communications) Director, Head of EMEA Partnerships
James Clardy NetFoundry Director, Corporate Strategy | Industrial IoT Lead
Robert Jackson MOXA Global IIoT Partner Manager
17:25 18:10 Europe/Madrid CT-10 – DevSecOps for Industrial IoT & Industry 4.0: Safe, Simple and Secure, Edge-to-Cloud explained

Safe, simple and secure, edge-to-cloud connectivity "Takes a Village" beginning with a strong foundation of identity and trust, renewable, throughout the life-cycle via secure updates & automation. In this talk, we'll explore a case study of DevOps friendly methods and tool-chains needed. Enabling connected commercial vehicles presents unique new challenges for cyber-security, as the attack surface expands and the results of compromise become highly valuable to attackers. The presenters combine tools and techniques to resolve this challenge and share their approach, with security, agility, and scale ideal for IIoT solutions providers and systems integrators. 

Room 1
17:25h - 18:10h Room 1
17:25h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-15 – Modernizing OT and IT for IoT and AI

Amit Jain Nutanix Director of Product Management
Damien Pasquinelli Hardis Group CTO Advanced Solutions
17:25 18:10 Europe/Madrid MF-15 – Modernizing OT and IT for IoT and AI

Modernize operational technology (OT) through consolidated infrastructure and centralized application lifecycle management as well as modernize information technology (IT) through an Intelligent IoT platform supporting easy on-boarding of next-gen AI apps that use containers, functions with rich data and runtime services.

Room 5
17:25h - 18:10h Room 5
17:25h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-12 – Improving Customer Experience through Context: Real Connected Infrastructure Implementations

Charlie Isaacs Salesforce
Nicole Coughlin Raimundo Town of Cary, North Carolina Chief Information and Marketing Officer
17:25 18:10 Europe/Madrid AI-12 – Improving Customer Experience through Context: Real Connected Infrastructure Implementations

The city of Cary, North Carolina has leveraged IoT and sensors to raise the level of their citizen experience. This session illustrates how this was implemented and demonstrates real data being generated from Cary. You will see sample connected building data and how the sensors within the buildings can be used to provide proactive service and support for building tenants. Discover how AI is leveraged for predictive and prescriptive service and support.

AI Forum - Room 7
17:25h - 18:10h AI Forum - Room 7
17:25h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-18 – Smart Contracts: Understanding the Debate of

Szabolcs Hargittay Hargittay and Toth Law Office Attorney at Law
17:25 18:10 Europe/Madrid BC-18 – Smart Contracts: Understanding the Debate of

Will smart contracts solve every (contractual) legal problem? Probably, not. Real life contracts are not simply "programs" that easily run down from the start to the end automatically. Many times life produces small events that alter the realization of legal transactions. This session will explore: how to apply the Roman law principles "pacta sunt servanda" and "Clausula rebus sic stantibus" concerning smart contracts,
security issues, and DAO hacks. Automated contract realization is a complex solution where software developers and lawyers will need to resolve many open issues in the future. How do we accomplish this in practice? This session will get you thinking about the important elements you need to get started.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
17:25h - 18:10h Room Blockchain Solutions World
18:15h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-09 – Powering Android in the IIoT: Leveraging ML, AI for Improved Operational Outcomes and Device Life

Sastry Malladi Foghorn CTO
Scott Bracken Honeywell
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid MF-09 – Powering Android in the IIoT: Leveraging ML, AI for Improved Operational Outcomes and Device Life

Powering Android in the IIoT: Leveraging ML, AI for Improved Operational Outcomes and Device Life

Room 1
18:15h - 19:00h Room 1
18:15h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-08 – Bringing the IoT to Grocery Retailers, a case study from the United Kingdom

Mike Parks Accruent
Israel Alguindigue Fortive
Danny Maylon Sainsbury's
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid BI-08 – Bringing the IoT to Grocery Retailers, a case study from the United Kingdom

Sainsbury, a large UK grocery retailer understood the importance of using analytics to protect refrigerated and frozen food for customers, but they struggled to stitch the relevant data to realize their vision of IoT.  They had building controls in place, and multiple systems for monitoring temperature from food cases. This session explores the Sainsbury's journey migrating from a reactive service model to one that is predictive and prescriptive.  Understand how they manage service events to be scheduled proactively outside of peak trading and how they leverage available equipment data to understand problems and trigger resolution.

Room 3
18:15h - 19:00h Room 3
18:15h
Congress Open Industry

OI-11 – Case Study: A Secure and Scalable Architecture for IoT in Home Appliances

Umberto Macri Microchip Technology Principal Group Leader - Security Field Specialists
Cagatay Buyuktopcu Arcelik R&D Embedded Systems Team Leader
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid OI-11 – Case Study: A Secure and Scalable Architecture for IoT in Home Appliances

ARCELIK is a pioneer company for IoT security in the home appliance market.  They provide consumers with new services that make tasks easier, from downloading new programs to installing new software releases for appliances and receiving remote diagnostics and monitoring. This session will present a case study on how ARCELIK added embedded security to home appliances.  Learn how they developed a system architecture that enables a secure connection for their products, enabling them to provide their customers with convenient services without compromising on security, including remote diagnostics and monitoring, the ability to download new programs and the ability to install new software releases for appliances.

Room 5
18:15h - 19:00h Room 5
18:15h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-19 – Machine Learning at the Extreme: Teaching AI to Sail

Jack Trigger Trigger Racing Director and Skipper
Eric Topham T-DAB CEO and Data Science Director
Pedro Baiz Baiz WisConT Co-founder and CTO
Roman Kastusik The Data Analysis Bureau Data Scientist
Stanislas Hannebelle The Data Analysis Bureau MSc Student
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid AI-19 – Machine Learning at the Extreme: Teaching AI to Sail

Adoption of AI in IoT applications currently presents multiple challenges. Everything should start by identifying the most important problems and opportunities for end users. In high-performance sailing, a clear opportunity was identified: improving the autopilot. This talk explores the technical efforts and achievements using recurrent neural networks, deep reinforcement learning, and optimisation techniques, combined with domain knowledge to produce an autopilot that can operate either as a digital twin of the sailor, or develop its own style and strategy. Discover how solution co-creation between end user, subject matter experts, data scientist, academics, among others, takes place using an agile approach. You will see how implementation of solution, which spanned culture and process changes (not just technology) was undertaken (digital transformation program).

AI Forum - Room 7
18:15h - 19:00h AI Forum - Room 7
18:15h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-19 – The Internet of Mobility: Blockchain Gets Renfe on the Right Track

18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid BC-19 – The Internet of Mobility: Blockchain Gets Renfe on the Right Track

With the opening of the transportation market in Europe, Renfe has made a commitment to getting ahead of the curve. One area Renfe is keen to pursue is the Mobility as a Service (MaaS) market where mobility users gain seamless access to a host of public and private mobility services through a single application.  This session will highlight the rail company's strategic shift from being a rail company towards becoming a "mobility services company" using blockchain technology.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
18:15h - 19:00h Room Blockchain Solutions World
18:15h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-09 – Innovating Built Environment Management: Using Machine Learning to Enhance Building Performance

Raymond Kwok Swire Properties Limited Project Manager
Will Cavendish Arup Global Lead, Digital Services
18:15 19:00 Europe/Madrid EU-09 – Innovating Built Environment Management: Using Machine Learning to Enhance Building Performance

In Hong Kong, buildings account for 90% of electricity consumption and contribute 60% of the city’s greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time 50% of the building stock are classified as ‘sick buildings’, which are prone to causing human discomfort due to factors such as lighting, air quality and temperature control. This session will explore how you can integrate IOT and AI with existing Building Management Systems to provide insight and machine learning models for built environmental improvement, operation and asset management, energy monitoring and optimisation. Discover how this technology creates a better indoor environment in order to improve employee productivity and wellbeing and how it can drive the digital transformation of the built environment.

Room 2
18:15h - 19:00h Room 2
19:00h
Congress General Audience

Awards Ceremony

19:00 19:45 Europe/Madrid Awards Ceremony
The IOT Solutions Awards recognize the work, leadership and transformation that stand out in the IOT, Blockchain and AI solutions nowadays. This Ceremony is an unparalleled opportunity to meet industry and technology leaders and engage with the best and the brightest in the industry. These awards are aimed at both public and private sector, entrepreneurs, startups, digital innovators, developers, research centers, universities, civic techs, civil society representatives, consortiums, with innovative ideas, researches, analyses, studies, visions and solutions for IoT, Blockchain and AI.
Auditorium
19:00h - 19:45h Auditorium
Thu 31
09:00h
Congress General Audience

Aud 301: PL 05 Awards Panel

09:00 09:45 Europe/Madrid Aud 301: PL 05 Awards Panel Auditorium
09:00h - 09:45h Auditorium
09:00h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-20 – Vision-based cobots as a key enabler for smart factory automation

Sundararaman G WIN Automation Senior Vice President
Madhusudan Pai, Ph.D Wipro Limited Director, Global IoT Partner Engineering, Industrial & Engineering Services
Andrew Lee Hanwha
Ravi Raghavan Bharat Fritz Werner Managing Director
Hemachandra Bhat Wipro Limited Practice Head – Robotics & Computer Vision, CTO
09:00 10:10 Europe/Madrid AI-20 – Vision-based cobots as a key enabler for smart factory automation

Machine tending is very common in manufacturing plants. Robots are gradually being introduced to perform these activities, but these specialized robots can be expensive for small and mid-sized companies. In this panel, we discuss and demonstrate an affordable vision-based cobot that was introduced at a customer site to improve productivity and reduce costs. Cobots form an integral part of a smart factory in the context of Industrie 4.0.

AI Forum - Room 7
09:00h - 10:10h AI Forum - Room 7
09:00h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BL-20 – Leveraging Blockchain Technology to Digitize Global Trade

Daniel Wilson Maersk GTD Director, TradeLens
Juan Jose Ruiz IBM Head of Strategy and Operations, TradeLens
09:00 09:45 Europe/Madrid BL-20 – Leveraging Blockchain Technology to Digitize Global Trade

The attributes of blockchain technology are ideally suited to large networks of disparate partners. A distributed ledger technology, blockchain establishes a shared, immutable record of all the transactions that take place within a network and then enables permissioned parties' access to trusted data in real time. By applying the technology to digitize global trade processes, a new form of command and consent can be introduced into the flow of information, empowering multiple trading partners to collaborate and establishing a single shared view of a transaction without compromising details, privacy or confidentiality. This session explores TradeLens, an open global trade platform using blockchain technology aimed at improving the cost of transportation, lack of visibility and inefficiencies with paper-based processes. 

Room Blockchain Solutions World
09:00h - 09:45h Room Blockchain Solutions World
09:55h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-21 – IP Protection, Licencing and Product Life Cyle tracking of additive manufactured products

Martin Holland PROSTEP AG
09:55 10:40 Europe/Madrid BC-21 – IP Protection, Licencing and Product Life Cyle tracking of additive manufactured products

If a company provides data for 3D-printing, it is important that its IP is protected and the part is only printed as permitted. An airline must be sure that a spare part is original and not counterfeit and was manufactured with the right parameters. These challenges can be met by Blockchain technology and additive manufacturing. By combining both technologies it is possible to liscence printing processes and establish a secure chain of trust from the IP-Owner, integrating a print service provider and 3D-printer up to the end user. The presentation provides a live demonstration of these use cases, using blockchain.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
09:55h - 10:40h Room Blockchain Solutions World
10:20h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-09 – Enjoying Warehouse Motion Intelligence and New Operational Insights from Wi-Fi technology Smart Data

Nacho Lafuente Datumize CEO
10:20 11:05 Europe/Madrid AI-09 – Enjoying Warehouse Motion Intelligence and New Operational Insights from Wi-Fi technology Smart Data

This session will explore how FM Logistics has optimized their warehouse operations by generating timely insights about the employees and asset movement inside their facilities.  Learn how they have improved day-to-day efficiency and are leveraging meaningful data.   

AI Forum - Room 7
10:20h - 11:05h AI Forum - Room 7
10:50h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-22 – Own and Control Your Identity: Identity Management Using Blockchain

Jake Gostylo Dun & Bradstreet
Ankur Patel Microsoft
10:50 11:35 Europe/Madrid BC-22 – Own and Control Your Identity: Identity Management Using Blockchain

In the world of business identity there are many efficiencies to be gained if you knew exactly who was giving you information on the other side of that internet connection.  Frameworks can be built to allow these communications to happen, but larger market agreements and protocols have to be put in place to establish that level of trust between parties.  Come and see how Microsoft is leveraging Blockchain technologies with their DID protocol to build a platform utilizing D&B as an Anchor of Trust to speed up a more trusted way of doing business.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
10:50h - 11:35h Room Blockchain Solutions World
11:00h
Congress Healthcare

HC-09 – Sensor Based Analysis of Movement for Quantification of Pain, Discomfort and Disequilibrium

Mark Wolff SAS Institute Chief Health and Life Science Analytics Strategist - IoT
11:00 11:45 Europe/Madrid HC-09 – Sensor Based Analysis of Movement for Quantification of Pain, Discomfort and Disequilibrium

Impaired mobility associated with a number of chronic diseases and aging is emerging as a significant global health challenge. Critical to addressing this challenge will be the development of novel methods of assessing and measuring human motion.  Such assessments will be critical in evaluating the value and impact of therapeutic interventions. There are many examples of sensors used to study many aspects of human motion. Such analyses are often complex and expensive. Rapid advances have been made in the development of smaller inexpensive, sensitive and capable sensors such as Multi-Axis Inertial Measurement Units. In this session we describe the application of machine learning techniques and a consumer grade IMU to study clinically relevant human movement and to develop robust correlates between pathology, pain, discomfort and disequilibrium.

Room 2
11:00h - 11:45h Room 2
11:00h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-07 – Making Cities, Infrastructures & Construction Sites Smarter with Time Series Data

Albert Zaragoza Worldsensing CTO & Head of Engineering
Paul Dix InfluxData CTO & Co-Founder
11:00 11:45 Europe/Madrid BI-07 – Making Cities, Infrastructures & Construction Sites Smarter with Time Series Data

In this session, Albert Zaragoza from industrial IoT company Worldsensing will share how he and his team built an end-to-end IoT solution for cities, infrastructures and construction sites to help them better manage everything from traffic flow management to critical infrastructure monitoring.  In addition to improving efficiencies, learn how they are monitoring in 60 US cities, collecting data from 10,000 sensors in 100 critical infrastructures, ensuring 50 mines have safe working conditions and supporting decision making in 6 major construction sites

Room 3
11:00h - 11:45h Room 3
11:00h
Congress Open Industry

OI-09 – Automated Traffic Management

Nihan Ölmez Özer Wipelot IoT Sales Coordinator
11:00 11:45 Europe/Madrid OI-09 – Automated Traffic Management Room 4
11:00h - 11:45h Room 4
12:00h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-24 – Who Are You? What Do You Have and What Do You Know? Verify Your Claims Digitally!

Csilla Zsigri 451 Research
12:00 12:45 Europe/Madrid BC-24 – Who Are You? What Do You Have and What Do You Know? Verify Your Claims Digitally!

The use case of trusted credentials is showing up across industries–education, energy & utilities, financial services, government. Blockchain-based systems can be used for verifying certificates, licenses, university degrees, & professional skills. For example, utility companies, in partnership with compliance organizations can implement a blockchain-based credentials system for technicians who go to people’s homes, where physical licenses are replaced by digital ones that can be activated and deactivated by those authorized, and seen, tracked and trusted by all ecosystem participants. In a similar fashion, educational institutions can digitize and secure degrees, qualifications & achievements using blockchain technology. This panel will discuss what has already been implemented, what projects are moving into production, as well as which organizations are driving this and why.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
12:00h - 12:45h Room Blockchain Solutions World
12:05h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-11 – Scaling industrial predictive maintenance using Bluetooth IoT

Sven Koos ABB R&D Head of Software Development
Van Krueger Cassia Networks
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid MF-11 – Scaling industrial predictive maintenance using Bluetooth IoT

In 2019 acceptance of wireless emerged in IIoT based on the high cost of wired, and the need to derive data from more machines due to increased competitive capabilities in a slowing worldwide industrial economy. This session explores how new enterprise Bluetooth IOT capabilities enabled ABB to scale PdM globally. Discover how, using Bluetooth low energy vibration sensors and long-range Bluetooth routers, ABB achieved required range, a high number of connections, and remote management capabilities replacing a need for technicians and ad hoc tablets or phones gateways.

Room 1
12:05h - 12:50h Room 1
12:05h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-10 – IOT Enabled Intelligent Substation Automation For Future Distribution Grid Operational Solution

Mohamad Rosli Bin Tenaga Nasional Berhad
Md Shamsuri Bin Md Ghazalli Tenaga Nasional Berhad Team Leader Master System Replacment & Implementation Of ADMS Project
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid EU-10 – IOT Enabled Intelligent Substation Automation For Future Distribution Grid Operational Solution

This session will explore how Tenaga Nasional Berhad Malaysia is addressing the challenges in implementing a highly secured and intelligent automation system of the distribution power grid for self-healing (analytics and decision making for restoring power) for the current and future power grid needs such as renewable energy and high dynamic loads. Discover how they are using additional low-power grid sensors with intelligent electronic devices that complements the existing earth fault sensors at various distribution substations with selected 11kV underground feeders for intelligent self-healing power restoration plans. Learn how they have improved outage restoration time, reduction the Supply Average Interruption Duration Index (SAIDI) and the Customer Average Interruption Duration Index (CAIDI). 

Room 3
12:05h - 12:50h Room 3
12:05h
Congress Open Industry

OI-10 – Taking a People-First Approach to Practical Smart City Initiatives

Nicole Coughlin Raimundo Town of Cary, North Carolina Chief Information and Marketing Officer
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid OI-10 – Taking a People-First Approach to Practical Smart City Initiatives

As large U.S. cities set their sights on IoT, AI and other emerging technologies as part of expansive smart city deployments, relatively small Cary, North Carolina is taking the lead by launching small pilot programs that target such real-world challenges such as water usage, waste management, and city-wide parking.  Carys smart city game plan is to find ways to use technology to make it easier and more efficient for residents to access town services and bring together industries, partners and communities to make it happen. By adopting a start-up mentality, the people driving initiatives can think more creatively and develop solutions that provide better services that improve the towns culture. Join Town of Cary CIO Nicole Raimondo as she outlines the technology roadmap for one of the fastest-growing and technologically progressive cities in the U.S.

Room 4
12:05h - 12:50h Room 4
12:05h
Congress Buildings & Infrastructure

BI-11 – Cyberattacks on Smart Cities –It’s Just a Matter of Time

Marat Nuriev Kaspersky Labs
12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid BI-11 – Cyberattacks on Smart Cities –It’s Just a Matter of Time

Smart cities are dynamically developing systems in many countries.  One of the core technologies of smart cities is IoT, but it brings new cybersecurity threats due to new technologies and application introduction. An analysis of incidents involving the various components of the Smart City shows that most of them could have been prevented with the right approach to the design of systems and their components and taking into account the requirements of information and cybersecurity. This session will explore these approaches.

Room 5
12:05h - 12:50h Room 5
12:05h
Congress Connected Transport

CT-03 – Connected IoT for Next Generation of Smart Mobility Services

12:05 12:50 Europe/Madrid CT-03 – Connected IoT for Next Generation of Smart Mobility Services Room 2
12:05h - 12:50h Room 2
12:20h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-23 – The Pivotal Role of AI and ML on Marel’s Road to Industry 4.0

Edward Voermans Marel IoT Technology Architect
12:20 13:05 Europe/Madrid AI-23 – The Pivotal Role of AI and ML on Marel’s Road to Industry 4.0

Marel is the leading global provider of advanced processing systems and services to the Poultry, Meat and Fish industries, with a strategic objective of bringing their advanced, automated systems and solutions to every step of the production process and covering the relevant geographical areas in their industries. Knowing where and why to use AI and ML has helped propel Marel forward in industry. Join us to take a deep dive into how AI and ML were deployed in several use cases from Marel’s road to Industry 4.0. Discover the possibilities of AI and ML and how you can incorporate them into your corporate initiatives to help drive the next decade of possibility.

AI Forum - Room 7
12:20h - 13:05h AI Forum - Room 7
12:55h
Congress Manufacturing

MF-12 – 5G Technology in Industry 4.0

Federico Ruiz Mobile World Capital Barcelona
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid MF-12 – 5G Technology in Industry 4.0 Room 1
12:55h - 13:40h Room 1
12:55h
Congress Open Industry

OI-12 – Ibercaja: The IOT Revolution for Young Farmers

Guillermo Renancio Integra Estrategia y Tecnologia IOT Director
Nacho Torres Ibercaja
Félix Gil Martínez Integra Estrategia y Tecnologia CEO
Victor Royo Ibercaja
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid OI-12 – Ibercaja: The IOT Revolution for Young Farmers

This session will explore how Ibercaja, a leading bank in the rural sector in Spain, built a precision agriculture IOT product to digitize new and young farmers. Due to the expansion of ebanking, Ibercaja was losing physical contact with this main sector of customers in rural areas.   Discover how Smarteye helped to improve their production, control and protect the environment, and finally to create a new business model to transform the engagement with their main clients.

Room 2
12:55h - 13:40h Room 2
12:55h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC-23 – Blockchain Crucial to Agricultural Realignments to feed 2050 Population

Martha Montoya AgTools
12:55 13:30 Europe/Madrid BC-23 – Blockchain Crucial to Agricultural Realignments to feed 2050 Population

Blockchain is the modern and safest ledger across the digital era. Food supply chains must be understood in order to engage blockchain as the ultimate tool from farm to consumer not just for food safety but also to empower small farmers across the globe. In the process of highlighting many complex and dynamic components of the ag industry, I will spotlight many potential pitfalls for other industries to avoid based on our blockchain implementation efforts so far.

Room Blockchain Solutions World
12:55h - 13:30h Room Blockchain Solutions World
12:55h
Congress Energy & Utilities

EU-11 – Predictive Analytics and Remote Monitoring Systems for Industrial Equipment

Maxim Lipatov JSC ROTEC Technical Director, Prana project
Dimitry Maslow Sulzer Turbo Services Rus, LLC
12:55 13:30 Europe/Madrid EU-11 – Predictive Analytics and Remote Monitoring Systems for Industrial Equipment

T Plus is a Russian electricity generation company. It is the largest private heating and electricity generation company in the country, controlling 7% of the power generation and 10% of the heating market. In this session, discussion will focus on how TPlus and other leading companies have implemented Industrial IoT solutions for diagnostics and predictive analytics of industrial equipment to improve equipment performance, increase safety and cut operating costs.

Room 3
12:55h - 13:30h Room 3
12:55h
Congress Enabling IOT

EI-10 – Simple and Smart Experiences: Bringing Service Management to IoT

Berny Alvarado Volteo VP, IoT & Engineering
12:55 13:40 Europe/Madrid EI-10 – Simple and Smart Experiences: Bringing Service Management to IoT

The Internet of Things is the information systems revolution of our generation.  Every company needs to be thinking through service management requirements and opportunities for IoT. While many focus only on the deployment of IoT devices, few still understand what represents the right management of these devices through its lifecycle. This session explores best practices for delivering best in class IoT implementations with great service management behind it.  Learn how Netflix has built enterprise ready, service manageable IoT.  Understand how IoT has opened new doors for service management.

Room 4
12:55h - 13:40h Room 4
13:10h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI-24 – Panel Discussion: The Future of AI

Edy Liongosari Accenture Labs Chief Research Scientist
Wael William Diab Huawei Technologies
Aldo Boitano TOC Biometrics Country Manager
Mark Crawford SAP Director, Standards Strategy
Tilak Kasturi Predii
Shyam Varan Nath Oracle Corporation
Jennifer Bennett Google Cloud
Enas Ashraf Advansys ESC
K. Eric Harper ABB Corporate Research Senior Principal Scientist
13:10 13:55 Europe/Madrid AI-24 – Panel Discussion: The Future of AI

Artificial Intelligence is enabling new and emerging aspects of digital business -- from basic and applied research, data and digital infrastructure, industrialization, forecasting, decision making, customer interaction to ethical behavior and regulatory policy and oversight, and this is just beginning. Our panel of experts, taking into account the presentations and panels from this week, will be sharing their perspective on the Future of Artificial Intelligence from a business perspective: where it is heading in the next 3 years and beyond, what aspects of business will be more impacted than others, what challenges business will be facing, and how to best prepare for it.

AI Forum - Room 7
13:10h - 13:55h AI Forum - Room 7
13:40h
Congress Blockchain Solutions World

BC – Closing Session

13:40 14:00 Europe/Madrid BC – Closing Session Room Blockchain Solutions World
13:40h - 14:00h Room Blockchain Solutions World
13:55h
Congress Artificial Intelligence & Cognitive Systems Forum

AI – Closing Session

13:55 14:10 Europe/Madrid AI – Closing Session AI Forum - Room 7
13:55h - 14:10h AI Forum - Room 7
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