Unmasking the real value of the Internet of Things
June 22 – The AVIVA Stadium – Dublin
Unmasking the real value of the Internet of Things
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Who is going to make it big?
Professor Brian MacCraith
FInstP MRIA, President, Dublin City University
Internet of Things Thought Leader, Entrepreneur and Product Designer
Director, Internet of Things Systems Research Lab, Intel
Dr. Wendy Belluomini
Director, IBM Research Ireland
Investment Director, Atlantic Bridge
President, Flex Communications & Enterprise Compute
ABOUT THE SUMMIT
The 3rd Annual Internet of Things Summit
The 3rd annual IoT Summit is a business focused forum to demonstrate the true value of implementing IoT strategies across business lines. It will endeavour to reveal how businesses can harness the IoT to generate information, revenue and profit.
The Internet of Things is the most profound change in enterprise and personal IT since the creation of the Worldwide Web more than 20 years ago.The rapid advancement of mobile networks, web based information sharing and networking technology is now enabling the sensing and controlling of the physical world with information technology. In the business world, this means that every process can be empowered, and therefore, industries are remodelling their processes along Internet of Things paradigms. But, to maximize the social and economic benefit of the technology, key issues surrounding interoperability, data management, security, open platforms and standardisations need to be addressed.
Amongst other things, this summit will provide attendees with answers to the endless challenges and decisions their business faces when exploring how to become data-centric, or are looking at the next steps of securing, analysing and integrating their data with existing or new applications and processes.
The summit is a one day programme which will include insightful presentations and discussion, demonstrations and real world case studies, all focusing on the latest research, trends, business opportunities and strategies to help maximise economic and social benefits for all businesses. Attendees will hear and meet people who are doing things, not talking about things, in the Internet of Things.
One of the key challenges for any IT focussed event organiser is how technical do you get? Some delegates really want to get into the nuts and bolts, while others just want the broad strokes big picture. We have addressed this problem at the IoT Summit by introducing ‘Huddle Zones’. The agenda sessions will be broad strokes with the speakers then making themselves available in the ‘Huddle Zone’ for anyone who has any questions or wishes to get into the subject in greater depth.
Start-up Showcase and Demo Zone
Amongst other things, we want this event to give a voice and exposure to some exciting start-ups. But there are so many…too many to fit them all on the agenda. We have decided to use video to overcome this problem. In a short video presentation, we will introduce you to some ground-breaking start-ups making waves in the IoT space. If you are then interested in finding out more about them, you can visit their stand in the Demo Zone. We believe this format offers a great opportunity for start-ups to introduce themselves to the ecosystem and for investors, and companies looking for partners, to get a quick snapshot of what is happening in the IoT start-up space.
- ISP’s – Utility& Manufacturing companies
- Software and application developers
- Equipment & hardware manufacturers
- Components and chipset manufacturers
- Integration and interoperability specialists
- Product design companies
- Financial services & investors
- Educational institutions
Our previous IoT events have been attended by companies such as: SEPAM, Ericsson. Gepetto, eir, SAP, Limerick City and County Council, EPA, Asavie, Accenture, Electric Ireland, Irish Venture Capital Association, Vodafone, NSAI, Firmwave, Analog Devices. ESB, Nimbus, Holistic Home Solutions, Radeco Energy Solutions, Videnda, Dublin City Council, Ogilvy, ADP Architects, Taoglas, UCD, Trinity, GSE Capital, thingbook, see.sense, Laya Healthcare, Topflight, MyClubFinances.com, Dovetail, Alliance, Grid Finance, CareZapp, Institute of Technology Blachardstown, Ker Group, PMD Solutions, Samsung, Ripple Communications, Cluid Housing, Audi, Zurick Insurance, Action Point, Siemens, Lakeland Dairies, Intel, Net Feasa, Von Bismark, Multinet Systems, 3, IBM, Vigin Media, Connect, Eyefinity Europe, Wisar, Mobility Mojo, Bannon, Offaly County Council, HP, MJ Flood, Tallaght Hospital, Tip Tap Tap, Plezica, Climote, Gs1, Egis Projects, 3G Doctor, MJ Flood, Smart Bin, DCU, William Fry, IDA, Digital Hub Development Agency, Cisco, Lotus Works, Atlantic Bridge, Davra Networks, PCH International, Hanley Networks, Fujitsu, Cork Institute of Technology, iPoint, Unity Technology Solutions, Southwestern, Geopal, O’Connor Solicitors, Shimmer, MSD, BT, Wireless Networking Group, An Garda Siochana, EMR Integrated Solutions, Capital Digital, Interxion…
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Insightful and relevantDavid Giles
Case studies were particularly interesting and relevantRob Enright
Overall a very thought provoking seminar with excellent speakersJohn Farrell
Speakers were knowledgeable and assuredCaroline Territt