Who Should Come to the StampedeCon IoT Summit?
Affordable connected sensors are enabling the collection and analysis of valuable data points at a scale that was once impractical or impossible to track. This is creating new strategic business opportunities, improving business outcomes and reducing operational expenses across industries.
Join us to hear how the Internet of Things is being used strategically in various industries as well as analysis of important considerations and potential future directions for the technology.
Working with IoT gives you the opportunity to work wherever your interests may be: from device-level sensor communication to microservice development to real-time streaming analytics, machine learning and Big Data systems that will power the app you have in mind.
Join us to hear techniques and lessons learned in developing IoT apps and services while also learning how to handle the supporting infrastructure.
The possible applications of IoT systems are endless: smart homes, agriculture, fleet management, healthcare and more. Analysts estimate the global IoT market at over $1 trillion by 2019 including devices, services, apps, infrastructure and more.
Attend to hear the possibilities and to connect with the right people to bring your idea to life!
Dr. Stephen Coggeshall
Chief Analytics and Science Officer at ID Analytics
The Complex Intersection of Privacy, Security and Convenience
How do we balance the desire for privacy with the need for security and protection, knowing that we freely give up more data for more convenience? We recognize that data about us is being collected everywhere through cameras, microphones, sensors and online interactions. Do we “give up” on what data about us is collected and instead focus on limiting how and where it can be used?
VP, Solution Delivery at Amitech; Adjunct Instructor at SLU
Why You Should Be Using IoT Technologies for More Than Just IoT
Technology innovations that enable a new capability shouldn’t be used only for that new capability; we should be using IoT technologies and methods for many of our workloads. Streaming dataflow, event-based processing, edge computing, big data and smart devices – how do traditional enterprise processes and systems look through the IoT lens? For example, consider that even a general ledger account could instantly become a kind of monitoring device that receives environmental input from budgeting and operations and, collaborating with other similar devices, can alert a business when it is in financial peril – just like a combination of mechanical sensors on mining equipment can identify when the machine is likely to fail. We’ll explore the possibilities.
CTO, Healthcare & Life-Sciences at Dell EMC
The “Internet of Healthy Things”: a 2016 use-case update
From glucose to the microbiome, the clinical uses of the “Internet of Healthy Things” saw a surge in 2016 with startups and established companies. Sanjay will summarize the universe of functional uses of medical and IoT devices in Connected and Clinical Care and the future of clinical trials that will use these devices. He will also discuss the new regulatory and security landscape that governs this new area.
HDF/IoT Product Solutions Architect at Hortonworks
Six Questions Your IoT Solution Must Answer & How Apache MiNiFi and NiFi Help
The explosive growth of sensors, wearables and IoT implementations makes it critical that developers and practitioners understand how to securely and efficiently collect data from and manage the myriad of sensors. IoT and Streaming Data implementation expert Andrew Psaltis explains the top six questions you need to understand about IoT implementations that will make you more effective as a developer and practitioner and how Apache MiNiFi and NiFi helps address them.
Director, Business Information and Innovation at Graybar
The Internet of Things: How to Determine its Value and Engage the Business
The availability of pervasive and inexpensive wireless communication to connect sensors is changing industries because they can now collect valuable data that was once not practical to collect. Dan has focused on building data driven teams at Graybar and will share the process he followed to assess the value of the Internet of Things for Graybar’s use cases while sharing insights and best practices for engaging the business to introduce projects that can leverage this value.
Industry Lead for Manufacturing & IoT at Cloudera
Industrial Revolution 4.0 – Driving IoT Enabled Predictive Maintenance
Powered by sensors, connectivity and smart machines, IoT is reshaping the manufacturing and industrial processes, effectively changing the paradigm from repair and replace to more of predict and prevent. By capturing and utilizing data streaming from sensors and devices, businesses can gain visibility into the condition of their valuable assets and specific components in real-time.
During this session, Dave will walk the audience through some of the key data management challenges specific to the industrial IoT space and provide a roadmap for how organizations can leverage big data analytics to effectively drive business insights from all of this data. Dave will highlight how organizations can utilize machine learning on their data sets to accurately predict and prevent equipment failures.
Jordan Woerndle & Peri Subrahmanya
IoT Engineer & Product Manager at Monsanto, respectively
How Monsanto is utilizing IoT to provide business value
Monsanto has been using IoT devices to stream device data from remote locations for nearly three years. Learn about our IoT journey as we go through details of how our platform grew from a concept to a fully functioning system ingesting more than a Billion records per year. We will take a deep dive into the technology we are currently using as well as the evolution of the architecture over time. We will discuss how we were able to scale out infrastructure to meet the demands of the business and how we continue to support new feature development at a fast pace in this rapidly changing environment.
Executive Software Architect at IBM
Mobility, Analytics, and Blockchain: 3 Trends in IoT
In this session, we’ll look at three trends that are impacting how IoT solutions are built and used by enterprises. First, the increasing mobility of devices drives a need for varying network connectivity — we’ll review your choices. Second, IoT analytics are moving beyond simple threshold-crossing events to include predictive analytics & even visual recognition — we’ll discuss how these can be used to drive increasing insight for your business. Third, Blockchain holds the promise of allowing untrusted third parties to participate in global transactions — we’ll discuss some use cases for Blockchain in IoT. Finally, we’ll close with a brief demonstration of a use case combining these technologies.
Chief Architect for IoT at Red Hat & Eclipse IoT working group member
How to Optimize the Handling of Different IoT Data Streams
In this session, James Kirkland, RedHat’s Chief Architect for IoT, will discuss architecture and tools to optimize the handling of different IoT data stream, such as telemetry and command and control, in order to get data to the right spot on time and in the right format to make the right decision. The goal is to be able to make the decision at the right point to optimize business outcomes without incurring expense that would kill a project. As a member of the Eclipse IoT working group, James will also give an overview of the Eclipse IoT working group projects and how they can help you start IoT projects efficiently and quickly.
|Time||Business Track (Seminar Room B)||Technical Track (Seminar Room A)|
|8:00 – 8:30||
Check-in, Networking and Breakfast
|8:30 – 8:45||
Summit Opening Remarks (Seminar Room B)
|8:45 – 9:35||
Dr. Stephen Coggeshall
|9:45 – 10:35||
|10:45 – 11:30||
|11:30 – 12:20||
Jordan Woerndle & Peri Subrahmanya
|12:30 – 1:15||
|1:15 – 2:05||
|2:15 – 3:05||
|3:15 – 3:45||
|3:45 – 4:45||
IoT Expert Panel with Audience Q&A (Seminar Room B)
|4:45 – 5:00||
Summit Closing Remarks (Seminar Room B)
Location: Eric P Newman Education Center, Washington University Medical School
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St. Louis, MO 63110
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