IoT Summit Announces Its 2016 Program

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IoT Summit, a forum to present, highlight and discuss the latest products, applications, development, and business opportunities in Internet-of-Things (IoT), has announced its 2016 program consisting of talks by experts covering key areas related to the IoT technology, market, design, service, and applications.

The 5th IoT Summit is held March 17-18, 2016, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, California. The conference brings together researchers, developers, and practitioners from diverse fields including scientists and engineers, research institutes, and industry.

  • Brian Clark IoT Summit 2016
    Brian Clark, Objectivity

    Making Sense of Smart Sensors: Not as Easy as it Looks! (KEYNOTE)
 Brian Clark, Objectivity

  • Smart Sensors for Smart Me: The Crown of IOT
Jay Esfandyari, STMicroelectronics
  • Impact of CMOS Imagers in the IoT World
Radhika Arora, ON Semiconductor
  • From Connected Devices to Connected Value Chain — How IoT Enables Agile Collaboration and New Revenue Models (KEYNOTE)
 Kirk Krappe, Apttus
  • From Car to Hub: Driving IoT Innovation with the Connected Vehicle
Mark Thomas, Jasper
  • A Gateway to IoT — Connecting the Unconnected
David Smith, MultiTech Systems
  • Technology Ingredients for IoT: Got Memory? (KEYNOTE) 
Amit Gattani, Micron
  • Security Approaches to Address Today’s Hyper-Connected IoT World (KEYNOTE)
 Paul Pickle, Microsemi Corporation
  • Who Will Step Up To Secure The Internet Of Things? 
Asit Goel, NXP Semiconductor
  • IoT security
May Wang, ZingBox
  • Securing IoT Devices Without Killing Organic Open Innovation
. Philip Strong, ZYMBIT
  • So you think you know your neighbors? Building Trust in the IoT (KEYNOTE) 
Mike Borza, Synopsys
  • Asit Goel NXP
    Who Will Step Up To Secure The Internet Of Things? 
Asit Goel, NXP Semiconductor.

    Beyond the Industrial Internet — Using the Digital Thread for Contextual Insight
Jennifer Bennett, GE Digital

  • Designing for the Internet of Humans: Three Hurdles for Successful Connected Devices
John Feland, Argus Insights
  • Pushing the Envelope in Form and Functionality of Wearables
Piyush Sevalia, SiTime
  • Enabling Technologies and Market Trends for IoT
Rozalia Beica, Yole Development
  • Investing in IoT
David Wu, Maveron
  • IoT Business Opportunity and Disruption
Asanka Abeysinghe, WSO2
  • IoT-Driven Analytics for Smart Homes
Marilyn Wolf, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Data Analytics for the Industrial IoT — The Different Type of the Data Science
Dimitry Gorinevsky, Stanford University
  • Challenges of IoT and Big Data
Vijay Gadepally, MIT
  • A (Smart) House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand
Adam Justice, Grid Connect
  • When IOT Doesn’t Make Sense: Product Design Insights
Derek Peterson, Intelligent Product Solutions
  • Building the IoT’s Infrastructure: Fog Computing and Network Gateway Intelligence
Gary Marks, Opengear
  • Overcoming IoT Device Development Challenges
Venkat Mattela, Redpine Signals
  • The Internet of Things is Here. Is your Datacenter Ready?
James Malachowski, NodePrime
  • Succeeding in IoT Using UX Research Throughout the Dev Lifecyle
Michael Mace, User Testing

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