Future IoT Theatre
11.00 - 11.30
Intelligent Connectivity at the Edge
Edge Computing offers new methods of supporting smart grids and energy efficiency closer to where the end-user is located. This presentation will discuss how edge computing is driving both smart grid and mobile networks together to create new ways of managing data, automating decision making and improving quality of service.
11.45 - 12.15
Sensor Data – not optional for sustainability
Explanation on why and how harvesting sensor data will be critical for AI, industry 4.0 but also have a far-reaching effect on sustainability. Building an end to end sensor capability not only supports a digitalisation strategy but is a necessity for a sustainable future. The use cases for data collection are far reaching. This presentation covers how and why adoption is necessary.
13.15 - 13.45
“IoT for Utilities – Strategy, Use Cases, Solutions”
Bridging the IT and OT divide is a complex task. Doing so at energy and water utilities that deliver necessities over long distances using critical infrastructure is even more daunting. This talk will discuss current use cases, real-world solutions and how to gain the most ROI with a coordinated IoT strategy.
14.00 - 14.30
Winning the Operations Game.
The work place can be laden with risks which, if improperly managed can expose your business to financial loss, or in some cases prosecution. Pete Noble of Ctrl Hub explains how an operational management platform has changed the game for some of their biggest clients. Streamlining operational process, managed/mitigated risk and delivered Millions of pounds in savings. Highlighting the potential ease of digitisation in an industry that fears change.
14.45 - 15.15
IoT projects focused on sustainable resources
Simon Chudoba, CEO of IQRF Alliance, will present IoT projects that have helped to solve heat and water wastage problems. In the IQRF Alliance, members work together on a variety of IoT solutions that can help against resource depletion. At the seminar, you will learn about the IQRF ecosystem, which makes it possible to implement new solutions quickly and easily.
11.00 - 11.30
Mobile Technologies for New Waves of Smart Energy
Mobile technologies are used for pervasive connectivity and management of millions of smart energy and smart cities devices. This presentation will discuss the impact of such new mobile technologies, as low power wide area and 5G, and provide examples of worldwide deployments using mobile. It will also discuss energy efficiency initiatives led by the GSMA and the mobile industry.
12.30 - 13.00
Energy Transition and Blockchain Hype or Reality
Blockchain is a new pattern in IT that dramatically changes the support of transactions between market participants that form an eco-system or business network. This is particularly of importance for the energy & utility industry that is undergoing major transformation. This transformation leads to more frequent transactions and additional challenges linked to growth of distributed energy resources and number of market participants. This talk demystifies the applications of blockchain in the energy eco system. After a brief explanation of blockchain we discuss how innovative energy parties address this new opportunity. The types of use cases of applying blockchain The decision model to start a blockchain project The taxonomy of a blockchain project Finally, based on the personal experience lessons learned and some of the blockchain projects are briefly discuss.
13.15 - 13.45
IoT Edge Computing; Managing your data
At Dell Technologies, our purpose is to drive human progress, through greater access to better technology, for people with big ideas around the world. We have the power to drive transformation and generate real results every day for the customers and people who partner with us. We are able to help our customers cut through the IoT hype to deploy solutions that work and deliver value quickly.
14.00 - 14.30
Dr Milos Milojevic
Moving up the value chain by scaling IoT adoption
Many companies have been playing with IoT for a while now, but mostly struggled to scale the adoption beyond the proof of concept to an enterprise level. Milos will present the critical success factors for scaling IoT solutions across an enterprise to unlock the power of ecosystems, drive digital momentum and move the companies up the value chain.