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Pre-Conference Symposium 3: Making the Internet of Things a Reality: A Toolkit for Designing "Smart"


Moderator |  Will Tu  | Director of Embedded | ARM
Speaker |  Kevin Shaw  | CTO | Sensor Platforms
Speaker |  Zach Shelby  | Director of Technology | ARM
Speaker |  Adrian Woolley  | Director of Strategy & Business Development | Atmel
Speaker |  Mike Stanley  | Systems Engineer | Freescale
Speaker |  Milan Raj  | Senior Design Engineer | MC10
Speaker |  Scott Nelson  | CTO | Logic PD
Speaker |  David Anderson  | CEO | Novati Technologies
Speaker |  Drew Barbier  | Field Applications Engineer | ARM
Speaker |  Dr. Shanti Swarup  | CTO | UURMI
Speaker |  Mark Majewski  | Executive Director | Vestec
Speaker |  Magnus Pedersen  | Director | Atmel
June 24, 2014 | 9:00am - 5:00pm

The Internet of Things (IoT) is certainly a hot topic with many companies today; a recent study by The Economist Intelligence Unit found that 75% of companies across a wide range of business segments are actively exploring IoT.*

The IoT movement is the combination of both evolutionary and revolutionary changes as falling prices of sensors, advances in the fields of mobile broadband connectivity, and cloud technology have come together to create  new markets and services.  We can see the evolutionary influences as the M2M market converts from closed loop communication systems to Internet Protocol communications.  Revolutionary forces have transformed deeply embedded products. An everyday coffee machine, that was previously isolated, is suddenly the focus of new business models enabled by Internet Protocols.

Turning billions and billions of “things” into a global network from sensors to servers requires businesses to agree on standards that apply to access, data connectivity and sharing. The IoT market needs collaboration and cooperation to build the foundation that enables a wonderful array of new services.

Presenters in this symposium will share industry insight and expert knowledge on:

  • The current state of the IoT market,
  • Future technology trends,
  • Efforts in connectivity standards, and
  • Various hardware enablement platforms to accelerate proof of concepts designs.  

This symposium will provide the technical and market knowledge and tools to help attendees to create their companies’ IoT value proposition and products for successful entry into these new markets.

Agenda:

9:00-9:15am

Welcome and Introduction
Will Tu, ARM

9:15-9:45am

IoT: Invisible & Predictive
Kevin Shaw, Sensor Platforms

9:45-10:15am

Standards Are Needed to Create the IoT
Zach Shelby, ARM

10:15-10:45am

The Major Components of the IoT
Adrian Wooley, Atmel

10:45-11:00am

Break

11:00-11:30am

Layered Intelligence for Machine Monitoring
Mike Stanley, Freescale

11:30am-12:00pm

Redefining Wearables
Milan Raj, MC10

12:00-1:00pm

Lunch

1:00-2:00pm

Panel Discussion: IoT Trends, Blockers, Enablers
Kevin Shaw, Sensor Platforms
Zach Shelby, ARM
Magnus Pedersen, Atmel
Mike Stanley, Freescale
Milan Raj, MC10

2:00-2:30pm

Make vs. Buy: Is it Relevant for IoT?
Scott Nelson, Logic PD

2:30-3:00pm

Disruptive Technologies: More-than-Moore and 2.5D/3D Packaging
David Anderson, Novati Technologies

3:00-3:30pm

Rapid Prototyping for Kickstarting Your IoT Development
Drew Barbier, ARM

3:30-3:45pm

Break

3:45-4:15pm

IoT and Embodied Machine Vision
Dr. Shanti Swarup, CTO UURMI

4:15-4:45pm

Hello Possibilities: Unleashing the Power of Voice Recognition
Mark Majewski, Vestec

4:45-5:00pm

Final Thoughts
Will Tu, ARM

*Study can be found here.

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