SensorsCon

IoT Summit Program

March 17-18, 2016, Great America ballroom, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
Exhibit Hours are 11AM to 4PM on Thursday and Friday (List of Exhibitors)

 

Thursday

March 17th

 

8:30AM-9:00AM


Registration, Welcome & Program Introduction

Morning

Session A1

KEYNOTE
9:00AM-9:35AM


Making Sense of Smart Sensors: Not as Easy as it Looks!

Brian Clark, Objectivity


9:35AM-10:05AM


Smart Sensors for Smart Me: The Crown of IOT

Jay Esfandyari, STMicroelectronics


10:05AM-10:35AM

Impact of CMOS Imagers in the IoT World

Radhika Arora, ON Semiconductor


  10:35AM-10:50AM
AM Break

Morning

Session B1

KEYNOTE
10:50AM-11:25AM


From Connected Devices to Connected Value Chain - How IoT Enables Agile Collaboration and New Revenue Models

Kirk Krappe, Apttus


11:25AM-11:55PM

From Car to Hub: Driving IoT Innovation with the Connected Vehicle

Mark Thomas, Jasper


11:55PM-12:25PM

A Gateway to IoT – Connecting the Unconnected

David Smith, MultiTech Systems


 

12:25PM-12:50PM

Lunch & Keynote

KEYNOTE

12:50PM-1:25PM

Technology Ingredients for IoT: Got Memory?

Amit Gattani, Micron

Afternoon

Session C1

 

KEYNOTE
1:25PM-2:00PM


Security Approaches to Address Today's Hyper-Connected IoT World

Paul Pickle, Microsemi Corporation


 

2:00PM-2:30PM


Who Will Step Up To Secure The Internet Of Things?

Asit Goel, NXP


  2:30PM-3:00PM

IoT security

May Wang, ZingBox


  3:00PM - 3:30PM

Securing IoT Devices Without Killing Organic Open Innovation

Philip Strong, ZYMBIT


  3:30PM-3:55PM
PM Break

Afternoon

Session D1

 

KEYNOTE
3:55PM-4:30PM


So you think you know your neighbors? Building Trust in the IoT

Mike Borza, Synopsys


4:30PM-5:00PM

Beyond the Industrial Internet – Using the Digital Thread for Contextual Insight

Jennifer Bennett, GE Digital


5:00PM-5:30PM

Designing for the Internet of Humans: Three Hurdles For Successful Connected Devices

John Feland, Argus Insights


5:30PM-6:00PM

Pushing the Envelope in Form and Functionality of Wearables

Piyush Sevalia, SiTime


 

 

6:00PM-6:200PM


A (Smart) House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand

Adam Justice, Grid Connect


       
March 18, 2016      

 

Friday

March 18th

 

8:30AM-9:00AM

Registration

Morning

Session A2

 

9:00AM-9:30AM

Enabling Technologies and Market Trends for IoT

Rozalia Beica, Yole Development


9:30AM-10:00AM

Investing in IoT

David Wu, Maveron


10:00AM-10:30AM

IoT Business Opportunity and Disruption

Asanka Abeysinghe, WSO2


  10:30AM-10:45AM
AM Break

Morning

Session B2

 

10:45AM-11:15AM

IoT-Driven Analytics for Smart Homes

Marilyn Wolf, Georgia Institute of Technology


11:15AM-11:45AM

Data Analytics for the Industrial IoT – The Different Type of the Data Science

Dimitry Gorinevsky, Stanford University


11:45AM-12:15PM

Challenges of IoT and Big Data

Vijay Gadepally, MIT


 

12:15PM-1:15PM

Lunch


1:15PM-2:45PM

Panel Discussion

Where is the Money in IoT?

Afternoon

Session C2

 

 


 


3:15PM-3:45PM

When IOT Doesn't Make Sense: Product Design Insights

Derek Peterson, Intelligent Product Solutions


3:45PM-4:15PM

Building the IoT's Infrastructure: Fog Computing and Network Gateway Intelligence

Ron Pritchard, Opengear


  4:15PM-4:30PM
PM Break

Afternoon

Session D2

4:30PM-5:00PM

Overcoming IoT Device Development Challenges

Venkat Mattela, Redpine Signals


5:00PM-5:30PM

The Internet of Things is Here. Is your Datacenter Ready?

James Malachowski, NodePrime


5:30PM-6:00PM

Succeeding in IoT Using UX Research Throughout the Dev Lifecyle

Michael Mace, User Testing

 

 

 

 

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