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5TH ANNUAL M2M AND IOT STRATEGIES SUMMIT

10 - 12 SEPTEMBER 2019, BERLIN
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PAST SPEAKERS

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Pedro
GARIBI

Smart Cities Chief Architect

Joo-Hyung
MAING

Head of Product Management Digital Services

Marc
O’REGAN

CTO EMEA

Manish
MISHRA

Head of Excellence & Innovation, IoT, BA Technologies and New Businesses

Gil
ADATO

Vice President, Digital Health

Nick
CHRISSOS

Director of Innovation, EMEAR

CONFERENCE TOPICS 2019

LOOK AT THE TOPICS THAT WERE DISCUSSED

  • Smart cities for higher quality of life: What are the emerging innovations and what is the unleashed potential of smart cities?
  • Industrial IoT system for smarter enterprise
  • Industry 4.0: Disruptive technologies for manufacturing, supply chain, logistics, production, and more
  • Rethinking business models with IoT: What are the emerging business opportunities?
  • 5G: How is it going to revolutionise IoT?
  • Enhancing innovations by collaboration with start-ups
  • Customer Involvement and Acceptance Strategies
  • IoT Security: Security risks, data protection risks, impact of blockchain
  • The future of IoT: Trends and Growth Predictions

DESIGNED FOR

Members of board, C-level, Senior/Global Vice Presidents, Directors, Heads of departments from IT devices, Electronics, Automotive, Insurance, Telecommunication, Pharmaceutical and Chemical industries involved in:

  • M2M (Machine-to-Machine)
  • IoT (Internet of Things)
  • Industry 4.0
  • Technology
  • Digital Transformation
  • Big Data
  • Telematics
  • Cloud Services
  • Industrial IoT
  • Smart Cities
  • Smart Homes
  • Smart Buildings
  • Smart Metering
  • Smart Driving
  • Smart Grid
  • IoT Lab
  • IoT Solutions
  • IoT platforms
  • IoT expansion
  • Connected Devices
  • Smart supply chain/manufacturing/logistics/production
  • Smart energy management
  • Connected Healthcare
  • IoT connectivity

CASE STUDIES

PAST CASE STUDIES INCLUDE

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

Cutting Edge Technologies and Their Impact on Smart Cities 2.0

The aim is to focus on the importance of the new technologies and their expected impact on the future of the Smart Cities. The presentation will also focus on the development areas that the Smart Cities will include when expanding the functionalities of their already existing infrastructures.

  • New technologies impact on cities (5G, Edge Computing, Digital Twins, AI, etc.)
  • Use and impact of these new technologies on Smart City projects
  • Smart Cities expanding possibilities in the short-term future
  • Importance of having a platform-centric model when developing smart city functionalities

Pedro
GARIBI

Smart Cities Chief Architect

Joo-Hyung
MAING

Head of Product Management Digital Services

CASE STUDY / DAY 1

BMW/OEM: Going Directly to Customers and Engage Actively Throughout the Customer Lifecycle

The automotive industry is currently facing the biggest challenge. Main drivers are new competitors, innovative technologies, changing customer needs, and an overall change of mobility requirements in the future. I would like to outline what needs to be done and how a vehicle as an IoT device can support the core business of an Automotive OEM.

  • Digital principles in a corporate world: Personal status quo to positive (and fewer negative) standpoints
  • We create individual and personalised customer involvement 24/7 and with premium excellence
  • Seamless customer experience at all physical and digital touchpoints

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

Architecting for Future IoT Innovation

As the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to take shape and make more and more data sources available & accessible, one of the biggest challenges is to understand and act on – both in real time and over the long term – the data generated by anything that can be connected. To do this will require layers of intelligence across the IoT continuum, from the edge, where things first get connected, through to the core, where core Datacentre technology enables real-time machine learning, and to the cloud, where the most sophisticated Datacentres perform deep learning.

In fact, the true potential of IoT can only be unlocked when it comes together with artificial intelligence (AI) and is seen as one complete, interdependent distributed ecosystem.

This keynote will address the evolution of a connected ecosystem that is revolutionising architecture and data-driven future across the continuum of the connected universe.

  • Convergence of major trends
  • The AI explosion & its native relationship with IoT
  • IoT ecosystem – edge to core to cloud
  • Attributes of advanced IoT
  • Attributes of advanced analytics
  • Attributes of advanced ecosystems

Marc
O’REGAN

CTO EMEA

Nick
CHRISSOS

Director of Innovation, EMEAR

CASE STUDY / DAY 2

Cisco’s Innovation in Motion – Creating Solutions to “Real-World” Problems

14 x Co-Innovation Centres around the world with the mandate to identify, collaborate and co-engineer innovative solutions beyond Cisco’s traditional portfolio. We are using our engineering capability, our global reach and our eco-system, we are partnering with academia, governments, large and small organisations to create solutions to the biggest problems in the world. From transportation, health and social care, energy, and environment to manufacturing and agriculture.

  • Large-scale real solutions
  • IoT, AI, Blockchain, AR
  • Transportation
  • Manufacturing
  • Healthcare
  • Energy

Workshop A
10 eptember 2019 I 15.00 – 16.00

Enhancing IoT security

  • Connected devices as potential targets for cyberattacks: What are some of the current and emerging security risks and concerns regarding connected devices?
  • A closer look at the current regulations of data protection: How to ensure you are compliant with the regulations at all times?
  • Increasing the response rate and speed of potential risks
  • Enhancing IoT Security with blockchain
  • Cyber recovery as the key to cybersecurity

Workshop B
10 September
2019 I 16.00 – 17.00

Developing security talent

  • Recruiting and developing security talent
  • Cooperation between humans and technology to prevent cybercrime and security breaches
  • Robot employees and their impact on managing cybersecurity
  • How are AI-based security practices changing the role of human employees within security teams?

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