Kilton Hopkins - Northeastern University
March 16-17, 12:30PM-1:00PM
Starting from the basic principles of good cybersecurity, we will look at the unique security challenges that IoT brings about. By the end of this presentation, you should have a framework for IoT cybersecurity that makes it possible to have structured discussions within your organization about what to address and when.
Shivakumar Mathapathi - Dew Mobility
March 16-17, 1:00PM-1:30PM
Smart cities have been identified as a promising potential application domain for the Internet of Things (IoT) with a wide range of possible services that can benefit City Administration/Municipal Governance. This workshop provides an overview of IoT applied while architecting smart city applications. The session provides building blocks and schematic of few case studies of smart cities. Attendees will learn fundamentals of IoT infrastructure and networking technologies such as IPv4, IPV6, Wi-Fi, BLE, 6LowPAN, ZigBee and Cellular concepts. Instructor will demonstrate few hardware, smart city sensors and IoT cloud technologies including AWS IoT, IBM Bluemix and Microsoft Azure. Few of the IoT communication protocol such as MQTT, CoApp shall be discussed. The session also helps to learn how to deploy interoperable and scalable smart city solutions that will meet needs of the city communities. It will help cities plan roadmaps to acquire these solutions for their citizens. At the end presenter will share few examples of smart city projects such as Smart trash monitoring, Environmental monitoring, Smart Street light and Flood monitoring systems.
Manuel Cantone - STMicroelectronics
March 16-17, 2:00PM-2:30PM
This session will show you how to simplify the integration of sensors, low energy Bluetooth®-smart connectivity, a low-power microcontroller and sensor fusion libraries into your next IoT design using the SensorTile development kit.
Shivakumar Mathapathi - Dew Mobility
March 16-17, 3:30PM-4:00PM
In today’s world we are moving towards a world where things are connected and automated. We are trying to ease our daily living with the help of technology through Internet. One such thing is Assisted Living where technology provides long term senior care in terms of Health, Food, Transportation, Hospitality, etc.,. It also helps physically challenged persons. The session provides how to build a system for Assisted Living with the architecture of Internet of Things (IoT). The speaker will demonstrate few IoT hardware platforms, sensors related to Assisted Living such as Moisture, Gas, Buttons, Temperature sensors, Seeeduino Arch Pro and IoT cloud platform such as Open IoT. At the end presenter will share few examples of Assisted Living projects such as Smart Locking System, Vibration Alert for Hearing Impaired, Smart Helmet, Smart Help and Vision Band.
Shivakumar Mathapathi is the Co-Founder and CTO of Dew Mobility. He is the Team Lead for Global City team challenges hosted by National Institute of Standards & Technology. Shivakumar has over 25 years of experience in product development, design and faculty. Mathapathi is a seasoned technologist, entrepreneur, instructor and practitioner on the Internet of Things (IoT) with extensive experience as lead faculty, lab-practice and mentorship in executing smart city, smart agriculture, assisted living and other IoT related projects. He has designed study programs and academic syllabus for The IoT course, a Masters curriculum (4 units) taught at Santa Clara University and California Polytechnic State University. He led capstone design project at Cal Poly (part of California Stata University) to design and develop IoT cloud platform needed for smart city.