Two days, five themes, over 25 inspiring presentations

The presentations are divided into five key themes which collectively provide complete coverage of Building the IoT: Critical Device-Level Technologies

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CONFERENCE NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION - MONDAY 6TH MARCH 2017

The organisers of the IoT International Conference, in association with IQE plc, invite you to a networking drinks reception, held from 19:00 until 22:00.
This will be held at Satellite 6 and 7 at the Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel.




Day 1 - Tuesday 7th March 2017
Start Finish Speaker Presentation Title
08:00 08:50 REGISTRATION - Including tea/coffee
08:50 09:00 HOUSEKEEPING - Conference Chair

Device technologies and the IOT business

09:00 09:25 Frans Frielink, Qorvo
Keynote
The IoT is a Service Application
09:25 09:50 Julian Watson, IHS Markit
Analyst
IoT Growth Opportunities and Technology Fragmentation
09:50 10:15 Matthias Weiss, Commsolid Unleashing 3GPP's NB-IoT Full Market Potential - Opening Up New Application Domains
10:15 10:40 William Webb, Weightless SIG IoT Communications - Barriers to Achieving 50 Billion IoT Devices
10:40 11:05 James Murphy, IBM Watson Securing IoT Implementations – How Well Are Your Devices Protected?
11:05 11:35 COFFEE BREAK

IoT Sensors

11:35 12:00 Richard Dixon, IHS Markit
Analyst
The Impact of IoT on the Sensor Market
12:05 12:30 Danny Hughes, VersaSense Generating Value from the Internet of Things (IoT)
12:35 13:00 Gerard Colston, Advanced EPI Materials & Devices 3C-SiC Based Sensors For Harsh Environments
13:00 14:20 LUNCH BREAK
14:20 14:45 Mike Noonen, Silego Technology Configurability is the Key to IoT Innovation and Profitability
14:50 15:15 Ulrich Herleb, Brewer Science A Novel Approach To How The World Senses: Highly Sensitive, Real-time Response, Light-weight And Flexible Sensor Systems
15:15 15:45 AFTERNOON TEA

IoT Security

15:45 16:10 Oscar Gámez, Lux Research
Analyst
Disruptive Approaches to Securing the IoT Ecosystem
16:10 16:35 Frank Pasveer, imec An Intuitive and Trusted Connected World
16:35 17:00 Geert-Jan Schrijen, Intrinsic-ID Secure Key Provisioning for the IoT
17:00 17:25 François Ennesser, oneM2M Breaking Barriers: How Can We Establish Ubiquitous Exchange of Information Between Devices of Different Domains
17:25 17:50 Chris Torr, Multos The Need for a Hardware Root of Trust in Endpoint Devices
17:50 18:15 Haydn Povey, Secure Thingz Developing the Supply Chain of Trust for a Secure IoT
18:15 18:25 CLOSING REMARKS - Conference Chair
18:25 LATE NETWORKING BUFFET AND DRINKS



Day 2 - Wednesday 8th March 2017
Start Finish Speaker Presentation Title
08:00 09:00 REGISTRATION - Including tea/coffee
09:00 09:10 HOUSEKEEPING - Conference Chair

IoT Diversity - The billion device 'niche'

09:10 09:35 Presentation to be announced
09:35 10:00 Markku Ellilä, Enfucell Oy Thin and Flexible Sensor Patches for Remote Care of Elderly Patients
10:00 10:25 Dan Isaacs, Xilinx All Programmable Technology in the Industrial IoT - Precise, Predictive, and Connected
10:25 10:55 COFFEE BREAK
10:55 11:20 Richard Kinder, Wirepas Industrial IoT Requires Fit-For-Purpose Connectivity
11:20 11:45 John Baekelmans, imec IoT in Healthcare, From Reactive Data Gathering to Proactive Coaching

IoT Device - level research, development, manufacturing and supply chain

11:45 12:10 Jurgen Sturm, The Alliance for Internet of Things Innovation Towards a Truly Comprehensive Internet of Things
12:10 12:35 Cedric Mayor, Presto Engineering Semiconductor ASIC, catalyst of Internet of Things adoption
12:35 12:45 CLOSING REMARKS
12:45 13:45 LUNCH BREAK

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