At IoT Evolution See Cisco, Google, Nokia and What Matters

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At IoT Evolution See Cisco, Google, Nokia and What Matters

IoT Evolution Expo returns to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Jan 29-Feb 1st, 2019 with an amazing agenda.

Attendees tell us they love this event because it has all the right players to learn about the present and future of the market.

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To get a sense of what it will be like - we encourage you to read our recent interviews with some of the speakers.

Randy Van Buren, Solutions Engineer, Nokia will be a panelist in the “5G General Session - Keeping Connected: From 5G to Zigbee."

Here is an excerpt of the interview:

What will be some key points you plan to hit in your session?
Key points for my session will be implementation of identity of networks, data access paths, endpoint credentials as well as subscription / accounting are now opened up from the legacy cellular world of being defined by carriers toward the IT-perspective of letting an enterprise, application, and manufactured determining the option that suits their definition. The carriers will be required to provide the flexibility of provisioning, mapping, and freeform storage, transport, as well as billing.

What new insights can attendees expect to take home from your session?
Insights to be gained will be the pressure on carriers to move away from traditional SIM cards and their associated infrastructure toward eSIM and other forms of trust sources that are software-based instead of soldered into hardware.

One of our great keynoters is Ricardo Prada, UX Director at Google, where he directs broad, multidisciplinary teams of scientists and designers, adapting future technologies to human needs and capabilities. His keynote, “The Future of Tech - Machine Learning to Change the World,” will delve into the ways that AI and machine learning need to evolve as the IoT industry matures. 

Here is an excerpt of his interview:

What will be some key points you plan to hit in your session?

I'll be discussing how user interfaces will need to adapt as new sensors and AI technologies are introduced, and give examples of ways to help people understand and have control over their data.

What new insights can attendees expect to take home?

Two major themes: a) that AI advancements will require a different approach to product design, and b) that AI can augment people in ways that keep them in control.

Another great speaker is Christopher McCann, CEO and Founder of snap40. snap40 is building a platform to continuously and passively monitor the entire human body, using the data to deliver healthcare, preventively and before you become sick. He will be speaking in the “Post-OP: Remote patient care, Communications, In-home Recovery” session. Check out his interview here.

In addition we have Steve Hanna, Senior Principal, Infineon. He currently co-chairs the Trusted Computing Group Embedded Systems Work Group and is involved in the TCG’s automotive, IoT and industrial IoT efforts. He will be panelist in the “IoT Security General Session: Security Hype, Hysteria & Hope.” Check out his interview.

We look forward to seeing you at the IoT Evolution show - While there... Also check out The Industrial IoT Event, IoT Evolution Health, LPWAN Expo and The Smart City Event!

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