One of the key challenges for any IT 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.
Welcome and opening address from the Chair
Business and Technology Reporter, The Sunday Business Post
Opening Address: Industry 4.0
Professor Brian MacCraith
FInstP MRIA, President, Dublin City University
THE IMPORTANCE OF IOT IN DIGITISATION
Morning Keynote Address: It’s not how, it’s why: the business reality of the internet of things
‘To build an internet of things solution has never been easier for business. The connectivity is (mostly) there, the sensors and chipsets are the cheapest they’ ve ever been and the middleware business tools are aplenty. With all this, what really changes is the way a business treats its products, its teams and its customers.’
Internet of Things Thought Leader, Entrepreneur and Product Designer
Opening Discussion: Revolutionising business models, driving innovation and embracing disruption in a future connected world
The goal of this session is to critically review and discuss what it will take to bring the Internet of Things to the next level.
Director, Internet of Things Systems Research Lab, Intel
Aruba Country Manager, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Ireland
CTO (Mobility), Cisco
How our eco-system is making money from IoT: The real business models and solutions impacting organisations across Europe
As the operator of Ireland’ s only nationwide IoT network (Sigfox), our speaker will outline the 3 key lenses through which companies should be viewing IoT and the new business models that IoT is enabling.
Financing the IoT: What are investors looking for?
The Internet of Things is expected to be worth trillions of dollars by 2020 and several companies and startups will certainly reap the benefits of that explosion. Our speaker will discuss the critical criteria for investment.
Investment Director, Atlantic Bridge
TECHNOLOGY, DATA AND PROTECTION
Blockchain and IoT
Internet of things (IoT) solutions are being successfully adopted in many different industries such as healthcare, warehousing, transportation and logistics. Blockchain, a distributed ledger of transactions stored in multiple participating servers, together with IoT, offer a new world of promise. Current centralised cloud-based IoT solutions may not scale and meet the security challenges faced by large-scale enterprises. In this presentation our speaker will look at how these two technologies are being used to build end-to-end secure and automated solutions for businesses today.
Dr. Wendy Belluomini
Director, IBM Research Ireland
Panel Discussion: Privacy and Data Protection Challenges in the IoT
The data protection landscape is about to change forever. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force across all member states on 25 May 2018. The main purpose of GDPR is to allow individuals to regain control of their data. Consent to process data will only be obtainable through clear and accurate explanations about what precisely is being collected, why, where it will be used, shared or stored and for how long. This panel of leading experts will discuss the impact of the GDPR on the IoT landscape.
CEO, Consumer Data Protection
Technology Advisor, Office of Data Protection Commissioner
REAL LIFE CASE STUDIES OF IoT in PRACTICE
Dublin City: An ideal IOT test bed
Pollution, traffic jams, extreme weather events – today‘s cities face multiple challenges that call for smart and innovative technology solutions. In order to improve city life and take advantage of emerging opportunities in areas such as the Internet of Things, the four Dublin Local Authorities (Dublin City Council, South Dublin, Fingal & Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown) joined forces and launched a regional ‘ Smart Dublin’ initiative in March 2016. Dublin offers an ideal test bed with multiple connectivity options for new solutions that could be rolled out internationally. Our speaker will highlight Dublin’s smart city progress to date as well as future challenges and opportunities.
Smart City Programme Manager, Dublin City Council
Welcome back from the afternoon Chair
Professor Willie Donnelly
President, Waterford Institute of Technology
CASE STUDY: IOT: Where tech and business collide – a new approach to marrying the two
- How projects can be identified
- Enabling specific use case projects
- Lab testing versus real world trialling – The real joy of IoT
- When to declare failure – all marriages have the potential to divorce
- Examples of projects
Innovation and Digitization Manager, BOC UK & Ireland
CASE STUDY: Drop’s journey so far
Drop’ s kitchen scale wirelessly connects to the iPad app to offer features such as rescaling quantities and common substitutions with just a tap. After graduating from PCH’ s inaugural Highway1 programme (a hardware accelerator based in San Francisco), the Drop connected kitchen scale and recipe app were launched to the public in February 2014 at the Launch Festival in San Francisco (where Fitbit and Dropbox launched in previous years) and won the “best consumer product” award. Following a successful pre-order campaign in the summer of 2014, the connected kitchen scale went on sale in every Apple Store in America, Canada and the UK and has since expanded to Target in the US, Lakeland in the UK and as far as Apple stores in Australia and New Zealand. The business has headquarters in Dublin 8 and a satellite office in San Francisco.
CASE STUDY: The Internet of the Patient (IOTP): IoT in healthcare delivery
Often with IOT driven Health, data collected is just data, useless without direction and forgetting the patient is a person. The patient is the key success factor for IotP. Smart fridges can’ t tell you how to improve the customer experience, but our patients can productively input to the design and execution of services making sure that it is a technology which not only improves patient lives but lead the transformation of our health services.
Dr Clyde Hutchinson
Innovation Specialist, Office of the CIO, eHealth Ireland
AFTERNOON KEYNOTE: Mastering the matrix of IoT
Our world has evolved through innovation from the 1740s industrial revolution to the information age and we are now entering the 4th industrial revolution which is being driven by technology. We hear a lot about IoT, internet of things and the digital era. However, it’s not just about smart and connected machines or devices; it is a fusion of technologies in digital, medical, automotive, energy and the physical infrastructure itself. It is a change on how we communicate, operate, exist. In this session, Silicon Valley leader Caroline Dowling will look at how technology is driving a paradigm shift in how we deliver a connected world and look at what it means to us.
President, Flex Communications & Enterprise Compute
Startup showcase: Indigenous Success Stories
In this video presentation, we introduce you to a number of Irish start-ups making waves in the IoT space. If you are interested in finding out more about them, you can visit their stands in the Demo Zone. This session presents a great opportunity for investors and companies looking for partners, to get a snapshot of companies ‘doing’ IoT, before deciding if they would like to have further discussion with them in the Demo Zone.