Seminar 11: Internet of Things - Interoperability and business models (IoT and M2M)
Date: Wednesday 26th February 2014 Time: 14:30 to 16:15 (14:15 for networking)
Session producer: Stuart Revell, ICT KTN
The ‘Internet of Things’ revolution creates a new disruptive opportunity to make significant progress in multiple sectors to help the Global economy, generate new business and provide real societal benefits. The need for more intelligent systems, lower operational expenditure and deployment costs, is driving new ways of thinking about how we generate, create, use, and share data and information. Connecting disparate systems and services is creating interoperability challenges which if not addressed will be a barrier to future adoption and scaling.
The speakers assembled will present different approaches to solve technical and commercial interoperability challenges using diverse applications and case studies and will investigate the key enablers, technologies and potential new systems for the next generation of advanced IoT and M2M platforms and new business opportunities. The audience will then have the opportunity to debate with the speakers
- Introduction from chair: Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO, Beecham Research
1) Smart citizens making cities smarter using mobile, city infrastructure and social media: Priya Prakash, Founder, Design for Social Change, D4SC
2) Self-Validating eTicketing: Mark Mantock, CEO, Peachinc
3) Secure Management of Enterprise Assets: Nick Allot, CEO, UbiApps
4) Future of IoT, new partnerships, technologies and business models: Tim Summers, Group Manager Digital Networking, Freescale
5) IoT Landscape, Paul Egan, VP of Engineering Neul
6) Opening up the Internet of Things through App Markets: Peter Claydon, CEO, Continuum Bridge
- Open forum Q&A panel session with all speakers and audience
Secure your place by registering in advance. The seminar will take place in the main conference area CC1 Room 1.2 and therefore to access area you must have a valid pass to Mobile World Congress 2014. A full conference pass is not required to attend; all passes will allow access to the ICT KTN and UKTI seminars.