StampedeCon IoT Summit

April 19, 2018 - St. Louis, MO

If you want to develop IoT apps, start an IoT-focused business or develop an IoT strategy for your enterprise, don’t miss this event!

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Who Should Come to the StampedeCon IoT Summit?

Business Leaders

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.

Attend to learn how IoT is being used across industries and hear important considerations for developing your IoT strategy.

Technical Teams

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.

Entrepreneurs

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!

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Speakers

(subject to change)

Siddique Hameed

Siddique Hameed

Director of Software Engineering, Payment Gateway Services – Mastercard

Mastercard

How the Internet of Things (IoT) is Revolutionizing Retail and Commerce

We are living in an era where we are fortunate to witness the perfect storm of innovation from technologies like Big Data, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things (IoT), etc. As technologists and entrepreneurs, we constantly look for ways to bridge these technologies for building better products and services.

From brick and mortar stores to shopping malls, IoTs are changing the way the customers shop and interact with the business. IoTs can do varieties of things in improving the consumer & retail experience. It can help customers beat the checkout line and can also help business owners in building a strong business and marketing intelligence using the data collected onsite. Lets dig in and see how IoTs are getting closer to our daily lifestyle.

Chris Gillham

Chris Gillham

Emerging Risk & Security Capability Lead at Monsanto Company

Monsanto

Securing the Internet of Things

This presentation will focus on security concerns and implementation issues for IoT devices, communications, and support in enterprise environments.  Anyone deploying or looking to deploy thousands of sensors across large corporate networks, wireless networks, and 3G/4G networks would find interest and value from others experiences.

Mrinal Wadhwa

Mrinal Wadhwa

CTO at Fybr

Fybr

Edge Computing and Machine Learning for Better Low-Power Sensors

Edge Computing can be combined with Machine Learning to improve sensing accuracy, reduce decision latency and boost battery life of low-power, wireless sense and control devices. However such IoT systems are a largely unexplored realm. This talk will present an approach to creating safe, reliable and efficient low-power device networks that learn to improve their accuracy over time with modern machine learning techniques, while still keeping their power consumption low.

Waseem Shaik

Waseem Shaik

Practice Lead, IoT Analytics at Teradata

Teradata

Connected Supply Chain: Driving Business Efficiencies Through Real-time Analytics

According to McKinsey and others, Digital Supply Chain levers, such as IoT, machine learning, and AI can unlock significant improvements across multiple dimensions.  Companies want to take advantage of these new technologies but are challenged with how to merge the new with the legacy planning, scheduling, and orchestration systems they have in place.  Furthermore, they know that creating new, point solutions results in dis-integrated data silos, watering down the integrated supply chain intelligence data they have today.  As well, such approaches are enormously disruptive to supply chain organizations.

Rather than the “rip-and-replace” approach, leaders in supply chain are seeking to inject real time, up to the moment data from the internet of things-enabled devices, weather, traffic, events, strikes, demand spikes, last minute supply changes into their existing data assets, systems, and processes.

Find out how an analytics-augmented supply chain is helping leaders analyze and assess the impact of events in real time, enabling them to assess and respond in a data-driven way in time to drive optimal results.

Ryan Murphy

Ryan Murphy

Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft

Microsoft

Cloud-Powered IoT: Architectures and Patterns in Microsoft Azure

The IoT solution development landscape is changing rapidly, and public cloud offerings are enabling new capabilities and richer integration possibilities. In this session, we will discuss architectures, patterns, and customization options available in Microsoft Azure that can help you get started building a solution that fits your needs while maximizing time to value. We will deep dive into leveraging Azure IoT Suite's preconfigured solutions to create custom IoT solutions without starting from scratch, highlighting real-time analytics capabilities along the way.

Bryan Sapot

Bryan Sapot

CEO at SensrTrx

SensrTrx

Manufacturing & IoT: Combining Legacy and New Technology to Create Value

Manufacturing, in many ways, has been utilizing IoT technology for the last 20 years. Most machines have sensors and computers that provide detailed information on machine performance, but few companies are leveraging this capability. Bryan will explain how manufacturers can leverage their legacy and new technology to gain insight into improving their processes. Bryan will provide a deep dive into SensrTrx technology stack and how they solved the issues of implementing IoT in manufacturing.

Guy Weitzman

Guy Weitzman

Founder and CEO at Atomation

Atomation

Connecting Legacy Devices to the Internet

Guy will provide the background of IoT, discussing who the main players are, the various pieces involved and how this technology works. He will then talk about connecting legacy devices – including how this is done and why it is important.  Next he will discuss the different industries that can benefit from IoT integration and dive into Atomation’s unique IoT platform providing examples and use cases.

Schedule

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Time Session Title
8:00 – 8:30

Check-in, Networking and Breakfast

8:30 – 8:45

Welcome & Opening Remarks

8:45 – 9:30

How the Internet of Things (IoT) is Revolutionizing Retail and Commerce

Siddique Hameed Director of Software Engineering, Payment Gateway Services – Mastercard

9:30 – 10:15

Securing the Internet of Things

Chris Gillham Emerging Threats Lead at Monsanto

10:15 – 10:45

Networking Break

10:45 – 11:30

Edge Computing and Machine Learning for Better Low-Power Sensors

Mrinal Wadhwa CTO at Fybr

11:30 – 12:15

Connecting Legacy Devices to the Internet

Guy Weitzman Founder and CEO at Atomation

12:15 – 1:30

Lunch (provided)

1:30 – 2:15

Connected Supply Chain: Driving Business Efficiencies Through Real-time Analytics

Waseem Shaik Practice Lead, IoT Analytics at Teradata

2:15 – 3:00

Manufacturing & IoT: Combining Legacy and New Technology to Create Value

Bryan Sapot CEO at SensrTrx

3:00 – 3:30

Networking Break

3:30 – 4:15

Cloud-Powered IoT: Architectures and Patterns in Microsoft Azure

Ryan Murphy Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft

4:15 – 4:30

Thank You & Closing Remarks

Location: Eric P Newman Education Center, Washington University Medical School

320 S Euclid
St. Louis, MO 63110

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EPNEC is an IACC-certified conference center on the campus of Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis, Missouri

Eric P. Newman Education Center

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