The World’s Largest IoT Event Series will bring together key industries from across America for 2 days of top level content and discussion. Introducing and exploring the latest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering Manufacturing, Transport, Health, Logistics, Government, Energy and Automotive, this conference is not to be missed.
Returning to Santa Clara this November, the IoT Tech Expo North America 2017 will host thousands of attendees including IT decision makers, developers & makers, OEM’s, government and council officials, automotive exec’s, operators, technology providers, investors, venture capitalists and many more. The IoT Tech Expo will showcase the most cutting edge technologies from more than 150 exhibitors and provide insight from over 200 speakers sharing their unparalleled industry knowledge and real-life experiences.
This year’s North America Expo will highlight the most innovative advancements in technologies which are affecting IoT. There will be case studies and dedicated tracks covering the entire Internet of Things ecosystem including Smart Transportation & Cities, Developing for the IoT, Connected Industry, IoT in Enterprise, IoT Innovations & Technologies and Data & Security.
The IPSO Alliance will join the Developing for the IoT conference track. Day One of the Developing for the IoT agenda will explore the evolving technology available to developers looking to create IoT products and software. Reviewing platforms and frameworks for development, hardware and connectivity options and also the tools needed to create products and applications for the IoT. Day Two of the Developing for the IoT agenda will focus on real-life application of the IoT and the economics around this. Including session on start-up funding, user experience, and design, as well as discussing the role of standards across all verticals.
09:50 AM Panel: Creating a standards framework for IoT
The IPSO Alliance will be represented by Michel Kohanim of Universal Devices on this panel, which will address the following questions.
- What does the concept of standards really mean in the context of IoT?
- How can the varied standards relevant to the area effectively be integrated for IoT solutions?
- Can a verticalized approach to standards work?
- What is current US regulation in this area?