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October 2, 2016 - October 3, 2016
Learn. Disrupt. Network.
Internet of Things Institute’s IoT Emerge is three days of keynotes, technical sessions, workshops, live demonstrations, hands-on training, live tours, and peer-to-peer networking with IoT professionals.
- To promote cross-industry and cross-job function Internet of Things education and learning, with a focus on Industrial Internet of Things , Smart Cities, and IoT Engineering.
- Inform decision makers and their teams with rich industry insights, case-studies and hands-on demonstrations of Internet of Things in action.
- Engage through dynamic education, networking and inspiration via a live event.
IoT Emerge takes an in-depth and real-world approach to the Internet of Things across the top business and public sector markets: Smart Cities, Buildings & Energy, Manufacturing, Transportation, Engineering, Infrastructure and Data Centers.
The IoT Institute is an online community focused on the rapidly-growing world of the Internet of Things providing real-world and actionable case studies, insights, research, and e-learning on the industrial and cultural phenomenon that’s changing the shape of business and cities today.
Penton is an information services company empowering nearly 20 million business decision makers in markets that drive more than 12 trillion dollars in purchases each year. IoT Emerge is produced by IoT Institute and powered by Penton.
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This track provides real-world case studies from the factory floor with actionable takeaways, advice on overcoming these concerns, managing the tradeoffs inherent in any new tech initiatives, and insights on how you can leverage the opportunities created by the Internet of Things and propel your factory into the future.
SMART BUILDINGS & ENERGY
Are you looking to improve your building’s operational and energy efficiency, but coping with a variety of standalone systems and technologies that present real challenges to achieving secure and scalable energy management and monitoring of critical building operations?
This track offers real-world advice and insight on how to leverage low-cost sensors for better investment decisions, exploit robust communications platforms to make power flow control decisions, and integrate your existing infrastructure with new Internet of Things systems and strategies so that you spend less time managing building systems and more time managing building performance.
Internet of Things design space has a broad set of requirements with respect to functionality, cost, power, and physical dimensions.
In this track, engineers will get insights and advice on how to manage the giant hairball of decisions and trade-offs in Internet of Things systems design, best practices for using design engineering software and integrated platforms and solutions, and strategies for taking their designs from concept to commercialization faster and more effectively.
This track is targeted at anyone involved in Internet of Things implementations who is concerned with Internet of Things security and data privacy. Security experts with experience in the private and public sector identifying new threats and classes of attacks, identifying security vulnerabilities, and knowledgeable in the latest best practices around security will present a combination of workshops and talks designed to help you get a handle on the security risks and steps you can take to protect your data and systems.
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