Who Should Attend
CXO’s, Board Level Decision Makers, Systems Architects, CEO’s, Data Scientists, CMO’s, IT Directors
What You Will Hear
IOT Connect will bring together key industries from across Europe for two days of thought leading debate and discussion on the latest developments and thinking on the internet of things in a high level conference. In-depth technical and business case studies will offer valuable insights for enterprises both large and small.
This is a unique opportunity to hear from innovators and leading companies from around the globe
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Dean Johnson, VP, Brandwidth
Security & Data
Where is IOT data making an impact, and what are the likely consequences for businesses and consumers?
Keynote Address: IoT from the Edge to Analytics - Creating Business Insights & Value
IoT is a very exciting industry trend, however, IoT can be overhyped & therefore confusing for businesses to understand the value. Exciting opportunities in IoT depend on the Industry you are in and the opportunity you have identified that will drive business value & return. In this Keynote session come and understand the art of the possible with IoT, from connected rat traps to predicting epilepsy attacks.
Steve Dunbar, Internet of Things Commercial Business Group Lead, Microsoft
11:00am Networking Break
Security In The IOT Enabled Enterprise
Our panellists will discuss common security and privacy mistakes made in most wearables and IoT devices. Examples include; how wearables can be tracked over BTLE, why fitness apps send passwords in clear text, how ransomware can lock out a smartwatch and how employee’s information can impact on the security system.
Key Take A Ways
- Security trends for IoT devices
- Guidance for consumers and vendors to secure IoT devices
Candid Wueest, Principal Threat Researcher, Symantec
Edward Forwood, CEO, WiFiThings
Dipak Raval, Commercial Director, Cambridge Consultants
Privacy In The Connected World And New Secure Applications
Innovations in IOT are outpacing the privacy legislation designed to protect consumers. This session looks at the privacy implications and in particular, who actually owns the data?
This session will demonstrate how wearables must be secured by design in order to bring trust to end-users and guarantee their privacy and security. The cloud infrastructure that increasingly stores sensitive data must also be tightly secured and we will present an end-to-end solution, from device to cloud, enabling new applications such as payment, transport, corporate usage and strong secure authentication.
Chantal Abadie, Marketing Director OEM & Consumer Electronics, Gemalto
Keynote: Utilising IOT In Healthcare
This Keynote will address how healthcare organisations like the NHS harness tools and data from IOT to improve patient health.
Deborah El-Sayed, Director of Digital and Multi-Channel Development, NHS England
Smart Cities & Urban Digitisation
Creating the Driverless Car
In this session our speakers will look at the future of the driverless connected car and the apps and services that make sense. Ultimately what does this mean for the understanding of cars as a product and for cars utilisation value?
Andreas Vogler, Owner, Bizfact
Smart Cities of the Future – Case Studies
- How can Information Technology support people in the future?
- What are the design goals of the future?
- How can we realize an integrated and ‘Humane’ City?
- Delivering Digital Infrastructure
Julie Alexander, Director Urban Development, Siemens
Paul Copping, Smart Cities Advisor, Digital Greenwich Team, Royal Borough of Greenwich
Smart City Infrastructures – The Opportunities and Challenges
This session will look at the ways of integrating the energy, water, waste, transport and telecoms infrastructures in cities
The key infrastructures needed to make cities work are becoming increasingly integrated with each other as the potential synergies are becoming evident.
However, this interdependence also introduces new vulnerabilities and the potential of catastrophic failure.
How can these infrastructures be managed to exploit the potential synergies and mitigate failure, and what is the role of IoT in this?
Michael Mulquin, Owner, City Building Blocks
Smart Cities – Creating Intelligent Transport Systems
The panel will consider the potential of the IOT in helping cities to offer better transport systems and improve quality of life and how it can help cities to address trends such as traffic congestion, environmental awareness and improving quality of life.
Geoff Snelson, Director of Strategy, Milton Keynes Council
Christos Voudouris, Head of Digital Business Systems, Network Rail
The Cornerstone Of Smarter Cities – The Cloud And Big Data
What different strategies exist for making use of the data and platforms in creating smarter cities? What are the advantages and challenges of cloud platforms, data analytics tools and other big data technology that are currently available?
Abdelmajid Khelil, Project Manager, Bosch Software Innovations
Mike Weston, CEO, Profusion
Mikele Brack, Founding Partner, Urban Living Futures
Kevin Maher, Senior Director, Sigfox
Anthony Mullen, Research Director, Gartner
Enterprise & Logistics
Keynote Address The Business Of IOT
Keynote Address: Increase Productivity with IoT
This Keynote session will look at how IOT can transform productivity and efficiency, improve product lifecycle management whilst also helping create a better work environment.
Charlie Isaacs, VP, Salesforce
IoT & Digital Journey in the Enterprise
This session will focus on how IoT is enabling the Digital Transformation in the Enterprise; primarily looking at the value at stake, and how organisations are already embracing IoT as part of their digital journey.
Maria Hernandez, Internet of Everything Lead, UKI, Cisco.
11:00am Networking Break
Delivering Business Value in the Hyperconnected World
We are entering a Hyper Connected World, in which there is the potential for unparalleled amounts of information about people, things, and the environment to be digitized and transmitted over networks. By analysing and automatically responding to this information we can deliver innovation to the way businesses and society operates. In this session Fujitsu will explain how it has been working with customers to deliver this promised innovation by helping them establish IoT business models which drive business growth and societal value.
Alex Bazin, Vice President & Head of IOT, Fujitsu
Smart Living & Connected Cars
The Connected Home, The Hub of IOT
This panel will look at how the Connected Home is fast becoming a reality, primarily focusing on the home technologies that are used to connect individual appliances to a home hub.
Roberto Hortal, Head of Connected Home, EDF Energy
Kris Hogg, Founder & Director, Konnectiv
Colin Howlett, Technical Director, Energenie
Giorgio Corbellini, Associate Research Scientist, Disney Research
Connected Car: Driving The Future
A look at some of the advances in connected car technology and how data is influencing design.
Leon Hurst, Jaguar Land Rover, Head of Product Marketing - Connected Car
3:30pm Networking Break
Smarter Living – How IoT is Revolutionising Healthcare
It is important to manage sensitive data such as; personal, clinical and medical health, regulatory compliance and the services available for patients. Our team of experts in this IoT-driven healthcare panel will look at the exciting new applications and systems as they emerge and ultimately talk about how IoT is revolutionising healthcare by improving access to care, increasing the quality of care and most importantly reducing the cost of care.
Raimund Erdmann, Founder, Erdmann Design AG
Christian Viollette, Director Business Development & Partnerships, Leman Micro Devices
Risto Doncev, CSO, Qloudlab
Myra Waiman, Chairman, Infi-Tex
Closing Keynote: Security that Helps You Iterate Your Product More Quickly
The merits of wearables are clear for fitness, medical and convenience. However, what about the risks to privacy, security, and related peace of mind, especially with digital stalking on the rise? We'll help put such risks in context, separating truth from hype, and offer a vendor neutral framework to address such risks in ways that can actually help you safely accelerate delivery of features to customers. Such acceleration leverages insight from collaboration with hundreds of companies working together building the Internet of Things, and is a stark contrast to how traditional security so often impedes or slows progress in traditional IT. This session will discuss how effective security can be built into wearable technology in ways that can not only help protect your brand and accelerate your delivery rate, but also increase the safety, security, and peace of mind of your customers.
Brian Witten, Sr. Director, IoT, Symantec Corporation
The rise of mental health issues and the Internet of Things; causes and solutions
In this presentation I will show the drivers behind Internet of Things foster the appearance of private and public plural identities. As economic, social and ethical conditions no longer match with the potential and agency of individuals in digital environments we see a massive rise in mental health problems. Can connected wearables that share ‘moods’ and help to validate how people feel together be part of a solution and new beginning?
Rob Van Kranenburg, Founder and Board Member of Council Global, The IoT Council
This conference is a FREE TRACK and can be accessed using the Advance Expo Pass