Internet of Things North America 2017

Internet of Things (Iot) event 2017

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Internet of Things North America is an innovative event covering advanced connectivity and cloud based monitoring/control of devices, facilities, automobiles, people, and enterprise operations. Already in its fourth year, the 2017 event will be held in Chicago, Ill. area on March 29-30, 2017

Who Should Attend?

The Internet of Things North America Conference attracts attendees from all facets of the industry. This provides a unique environment tailored for networking and future collaboration. Below are just some examples of professionals that should attend.

  • IT Managers and Technical Professionals
  • Communication System Managers and Engineers
  • Enterprise Executives
  • Network Managers and Engineers
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Managers and Engineers
  • Device Manufacturers
  • Facility, Building & Operations Managers
  • Transportation/Fleet Managers
  • IoT Vendors and Dealers
  • Integrators of IoT Technology
  • Application Developers
  • OEM Design Engineers
  • Software Developers
  • Supply Chain/Logistics Directors
  • System Integrators
  • Connectivity Service Providers
  • M2M Solution Providers

Why Exhibit at Internet of Things North America?

Exhibit at IoT North America to reach a high-powered audience of strategic, market development and technical executives involved in developing and applying IoT-enabled products and services.

IoT North America covers cloud connectivity and control for enterprise operations and product/service development. Helping developers and enterprises to seamlessly enable their devices, equipment, facilities, and people for improved performance.

What type of Companies Exhibit?

Companies that consult, design, or manufacture in these target IoT categories:

  • M2M, Wireless & Device Connectivity
  • Cloud-based Automation & Control
  • Networking, Telemetry & IT Security
  • Communications Equipment & Services
  • Data Acquisition & Analytics
  • Sensing, Low-Power Solutions, Smart Device Management
  • Applications & Platform Providers
  • Development of Cloud-based Products & Services

It will consist of two full days of educational sessions along with an exhibition showcasing solutions in:

  • Machine and Device Connectivity
  • IoT Standards and Standardization
  • Big Data: Data Acquisition, Integration & Analytics
  • Apps/DevOps
  • IoT Security
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
  • Smart Homes
  • The IoT Ecosystem
  • IoT Architecture
  • Connected Cities
  • Building a Business Model for IoT
  • Open Source IoT
  • Wearables and IoT Devices
  • Enterprise-Wide Connectivity
  • Embedded Systems
  • Networking: Wireless, Wired, Fiber & Telemetry Networks
  • Cloud-based monitoring and control of equipment, assets, facilities & operations
  • Integrating Multiple Networks & Communications Systems
  • Remote & Smart Service Management

Exhibit Hall Hours:

March 29th – 10am – 6pm
March 30th – 8am – 12:00pm

Artificial Intelligence

Conference Program

The 2017 IoT North America Conference Program will be broken down into industry verticals for the IoT market. Drill down to the details of how to deploy IoT technologies in your specific application.

IoT Security – Smart Home

· Getting Started on an IoT Journey

· 2020: Life with 50 Billion Connected Devices

· Debunking the IoT Standards Myth

· Monetization of IoT – New Business Models Bring new Challenges

· Big Data, Data Analytics and Machine Learning -

· Making Value Chains Smarter: Impacting Performance with IoT and Big Data

· The Internet of Things is a Service Application

· The Role of the First Receiver in a Maturing IoT Market

· The IoT Ecosystem: Think Beyond Connectivity


Industrial IoT/Industry 4.0

· What Do Agricultural and IoT Have to do With Each Other?!

· How IIOT has Changed the Current Industrial Landscape

· How the Third Wave of Internet Evolution Will Affect Manufacturing Automation Systems

· Transforming Manufacturing Technologies with New IIoT Technologies: Are You Engaged?

· Sensor-2-Server: Execute Locally, Communicate Globally

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

· The Rise of the Machine – is Skynet Closer Than Ever?

· AI Testing for Today’s IoT Digital Ecosystem

· Enabling a Serendipitous Internet of Things With Distributed Ledgers

· The Future of IoT in an AI World

Networking and Connectivity

· Predictive and Dynamically Adaptive Solution for Cost Effective IoT Connectivity

· Connecting the Industrial IoT

· The Rise of eSIM for IoT, M2M and Wearables in Consumer Devices

· Increasing Connectivity for Mobile Circumstances in Distributed Enterprises

IoT Security

· IoT: A Great Opportunity, but Security Issues Hinder Adoption

· IoT Security: Smarter Systems Engineering Must Compensate for Our

· Protecting Industrial Internet of Things Endpoints

· Crypto Strategies for IoT Devices

· Hardware vs. Software security – What is Right for my IoT Device

· IoT Driving the Need for More Secure Big Data Analytics

Smart Home

· Chasing Changing IoT Standards Without a Crystal Ball

· As IoT in the Consumer Sector Experiences Wireless Crowding, are Backbones the Key to its Survival?

· IoT Adoption and Security Accountability in the Smart Home

· Home 2.0: The Impact of Home Assistants on the Connected Smart Home Landscape

Industrial IoT Symposium

The Internet of Things North America Conference is proud to bring you a session track dedicated to Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0. The Industrial IoT Symposium is one day technical speaking track that will educate attendees on how to increase operational efficiency, improve connected ecosystems and software platforms, automate processes, harness data and capitalize on future IoT technologies driving Industry 4.0/IIoT.

The Symposium will Consist of multiple sessions, running concurrently with the IoT North America Program. Attendees will have access to all presentations with their IoT NA registration.

Industrial IoT Symposium Sessions Include:

· What Do Agricultural and IoT Have to do With Each Other?!

· How IIOT has Changed the Current Industrial Landscape

· How the Third Wave of Internet Evolution Will Affect Manufacturing Automation Systems

· Transforming Manufacturing Technologies with New IIoT Technologies: Are You Engaged?

· Sensor-2-Server: Execute Locally, Communicate Globally

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