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Wednesday, February 15 Thursday, February 16
Exhibit Hall Hours 3:00pm - 7:00pm 11:00am - 5:00pm

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Tuesday, February 14, 2023
8:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
(Hall A Lobby)
Registration Counters Open
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9:30am
Tuesday - 2/14/23
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Continental Breakfast - For Paid Conference Pass Holders, Exhibitors, Sponsors, Speakers, Press
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10:00am
Tuesday - 2/14/23
Special Panel Discussion (Room 209A/B)
Survey Says
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James Brehm Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist James Brehm & Associates
Steve Brumer Partner BH IoT Group
Carl Ford (Moderator) CEO, Director of Content Crossfire Media
The Annual IoT Evolution Survey is back as we look at the changes that took place and the trend lines for growth and change in the IoT Ecosystem.
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  Special Panel Discussion
10:30am
Tuesday - 2/14/23
Special Panel Discussion (Room 209A/B)
Money Matters
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James Brehm Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist James Brehm & Associates
Allen Proithis (Moderator) CEO Capstone Partners
James Turino Managing Partner Drake Star Partners
We saw alot of activity in 2022 with well funded companies expanding their offerings with acquistions. What lessons did 2022 give us and what should we expect in 2023.
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  Special Panel Discussion
11:00am
Tuesday - 2/14/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
The 5G Primer
5G-01
5G has many flavors and with each flavor is a different application and use case. Where does IoT fit into these flavors and what other radio solutions are complementary.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Industrial IoT Security Vulnerablities
IIOT-01
Cyber-criminals and Cyber-terrorists are looking at IoT devices and their installations as an opportunity to steal information, extort money and attack national critical infrastructure. One of the most simple but efficient attacks is the Denial of Service attack, is a simple way to take out and extort cloud-based services. There is also targeted ransomware, common malware, DNS hijacking, and other tools these criminals and terrorists use. There is one common trait between these attacks, and that is that they in one way or another exploit centralized infrastructure solutions, be it at index, data, service, or user level. These active risks are not done by some lone “hacker” in a basement, we are talking about sophisticated and well-funded organizations with highly educated staff. To believe that cyber-security in its current form of attacker/defender is going to work when any takeout of data flow or service will be directly and immensely disruptive to our economy, security and lives are to not take these risks seriously.
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Smart Cities, Dumb Infrastructure: A Framework for Public-Private Partnerships
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Sr. Research Fellow Mercatus Center at George Mason University
Despite two decades of federal efforts and funding, smart city technology has had limited deployment. Many smart city projects get derailed by controversies over public and private use of smart city network data and local government permissions to install infrastructure. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government has allocated more money for broadband networks and smart city deployments. However, to accelerate smart city deployment, there needs to be clearer distinctions between “public” and “private” construction and management of networks. A possible model is a public-sector focus on "dumb infrastructure" and a private-sector focus on smart city devices and services, mediated by public-private partnerships. In this model, local governments limit their management and oversight to “dumb infrastructure” issues, like granting access to roadside infrastructure and preventing anticompetitive exclusion from utility poles and right-of-way real estate. The commercial sector, on the other hand, should have a free hand in device installation, service offerings, and data use. Some states and cities have taken steps towards this approach in recent years for broadband and connected vehicle deployments, including state laws encouraging the leasing of dumb infrastructure in Arizona and local efforts in Nebraska and Colorado. This session will analyze these examples and discuss the "dumb infrastructure" model to improve the viability of infrastructure projects like smart city and broadband networks. Recommendations will aid policymakers and companies considering how to accelerate smart city deployments.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
11:30am
Tuesday - 2/14/23
  Solutions Showcase
  Solutions Showcase
  Solutions Showcase
11:45am
Tuesday - 2/14/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
Optimizing IoT Power Consumption with Auto Network Selection
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With Mobile Internet of Things (MIoT) becoming greater by the day in terms of connected devices, device power consumption efficiency turns out to be one of the most important items to take care of. Energy-consuming devices constitute a problem of urgent consideration both for applications and their clients, as well as for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and the efficient use of their resources, both in the user plane and the control planes. This session addresses a way to cater this issue through smart firmware configuration of the network selection while at roaming.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Top 3 Scalability Bottlenecks in IIoT Solutions Today
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The saying Time is Money and for Industrial IoT is all about production. Unfortunately IIOT is often a retrofit on to legacy systems. This can mean the systems are not communicating well enough to provide predictive and prescriptive information. This is only one example of the considerations that have to be considered to make an IoT solution scalable and efficient.
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
How V2X Can Make Smart Cities "Smarter"
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Over 75 percent of bicycle road fatalities happen because drivers just don’t see smaller vehicles. On-board car sensors help a lot to cover blind spots, but under certain conditions the warnings come too late. Laszlo can explain how V2X not only provides a real-time data flow between traffic participants in a wider area, but this technology has the added benefit of seeing through walls.  Additionally, he can explain the benefits of V2X, how it can make smart cities smarter, and busy traffic intersections safer, through having: vehicles equipped with V2X onboard units which can share sensor data with each other, increase safety and coordinate automated maneuvers that would otherwise be impossible; and enable a safe shift toward self-driving vehicles when smart infrastructure deployed by cities and road operators have on-board artificial intelligence making the best possible decisions from several data sources.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
12:15pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
  Solutions Showcase
  Solutions Showcase
  Solutions Showcase
12:30pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
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Conference Boxed Lunches - For Paid Conference Pass Holders, Exhibitors, Sponsors, Speakers, Press
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1:30pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
5G - It Starts at the Core
5G-03
It's pretty simple when you consider the goal of long term evolution is to better integrate the Internet to the cellular network. With Release 17 5G is fully defined and moving into the network. Where do we stand on the adoption and deployment of 5G.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
TBA
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Chief Product Officer Radix IoT Chief Product Officer Radix IoT
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Driving Sustainability through Smart Building Management enabled by Low Power Wide Area IoT Networks
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One of the major challenges of company leadership today is how to drive a program to attain Environment Sustainability Goals. One of the major contributors centers around use of energy and responsible resource consumption. One the low hanging fruit opportunities to help contribute to reducing a company’s carbon footprint is to reduce energy consumption within buildings. According to the US Energy Information Administration, buildings account for 28% of total US energy consumption in 2021. Given the slow return to work after the pandemic, many companies are adopting a hybrid work from home/office option for employees. This means that only a % of desks, meeting rooms, and common areas will be used at any given time. There is also the uncertainty around whether this trend will be perpetual further frustrating space and capacity planners raising a number of questions: How much of my space is being used at any given time? What are the trends on a per day, per week, per month basis? Are the usage hours different than before the pandemic? Is meeting space still utilized to the same levels or are individual phone booths more in demand? Do restrooms need to be serviced at the same frequency? How many facilities staff do I need to maintain for onsite service and maintenance? These are just some of the lingering questions. Fortunately the Internet of Things (IoT) offers solutions to address these problems today. Desk and Room occupancy sensors can detect when people are sitting at their desk or in meeting rooms. People counters (without cameras) can be placed in restrooms, open spaces, and meeting rooms to count number of people in any given space. Leak sensors can be placed into sinks, toilets to pre-emptively detect leaks. Maintenance and servicing can be done on an as-needed basis vs. schedule based. Together these use cases can in aggregate deliver thousands of dollars in OPEX savings every month! In this session you will learn how all of these can be deployed today with off the shelf sensors using Low Power Wide Area Network technology that is standardized which can communicate independently of corporate networks, avoiding the need for configuring firewalls or introducing new security threats.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
2:30pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
  Solutions Showcase
  Solutions Showcase
  Solutions Showcase
2:45pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
Will eSIM End Roaming?
5G-04
IoT does not fit the roaming agreements very well. Voice is rarely part of the offering and data usage is small. Bills from roaming partners normally deal with transient smart phones and pay fees that do not apply to IoT. In addition, roaming agreements often are abused or stopped while the providers renogiate. Finally, eSIMs enable the use of single sku.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Industrial IoT: It's a Process
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Industry 4.0 refers to the use of interconnectivity, machine learning / AI, and real time data impacting automation of processes and processing. The session looks at what is revolutionary and shows significant impact on business operations.
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Smart City/Smart Building/Smart Home Solutions
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Founder & President Hosac.net
Smart Street Lights, Gunshot Location, and Greenhouse Gases Monitoring using Private Wireless Licensed IoT Spectrum Supports a Wide Range of 4G and 5G Applications. As cities continue to add wireless monitoring and control to various devices to make daily life more efficient for residents and workers, private networks are supporting an increasing number of these applications. Newer technologies – including those originally developed for 4G and 5G commercial cellular networks – are now being implemented for IoT and smart city applications. Narrowband IoT “NB-IoT” is one such technology which has been designed to support vast numbers of remote devices for smart city or industrial applications. As these remote sensing and control devices, and the networks that support them, expand, they can reduce operating expenses, make cities safer and reduce greenhouse gas production. Examples applications include smart street lights, gunshot detection and location systems, and Greenhouse Gases (GHG) monitoring. The panel will describe how licensed radio systems provide increased security, freedom from RF interference and support for high-performance and low cost standardized technologies. Whether licensed or unlicensed, picking the right frequency is a fundamental and often challenging step in planning and deploying a wireless network or application. The panel will discuss leading applications for wireless IoT and advantages and disadvantages of the relevant frequencies for IoT applications.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
3:45pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
  Solutions Showcase
  Solutions Showcase
  Solutions Showcase
4:00pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
Special Panel Discussion (Room 209A/B)
The China Syndrome: Keeping a Strategic Advantage
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Eric Burger Research Professor of NextG Security and Research Director of the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative Virginia Tech
Carl Ford (Moderator) CEO, Director of Content Crossfire Media
Jon Pelson Author Wireless Wars
While China continues to be a low cost producer the reality is they come at a cost when it comes to security. While for many years the price has overcome other concerns. It is clear that for the west to maintain security we have to consider all elements of the IoT's DNA (Devices, Networks and Applications. What is the road map for securing IoT and other applications as well.
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  Special Panel Discussion
5:00pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
Special Networking Event (3rd Floor Lobby)
Welcome Reception - For Paid Conference Pass Holders, Exhibitors, Sponsors, Speakers, Press
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  Special Networking Event
Wednesday, February 15, 2023
7:00am-7:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
(Hall A Lobby)
Registration Counters Open
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8:30am
Wednesday - 2/15/23
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Continental Breakfast - For Paid Conference Pass Holders, Exhibitors, Sponsors, Speakers, Press
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9:00am
Wednesday - 2/15/23
  Keynote Presentation
9:30am
Wednesday - 2/15/23
  Keynote Presentation
10:00am
Wednesday - 2/15/23
  Keynote Presentation
10:30am
Wednesday - 2/15/23
  Keynote Presentation
11:00am
Wednesday - 2/15/23
Keynote Presentation (Room 209A/B)
Keynote: Driving Smart Retail Pricing through IoT and Cloud-based Solution at Scale for Apple Stores
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Sandeep Shekhawat Director of Engineering Walmart
Updating SKU pricing for products in Retail setting has always been a manual process driving costs for retailers. Join us to see how a cloud based IoT solution can automate this at scale where multiple merchants are involved. We will discuss how the solution can be scaled at scale for millions of devices, overcome networking issues and achieve near real time price distributions. Discover how AI can play a role at self correcting content and data on the edge when there is network connectivity issues. Learn how a solution can solve the biggest pricing deficiency in Omni channel stores.
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  Keynote Presentation
12:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
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Conference Luncheon - For Paid Conference Pass Holders, Exhibitors, Sponsors, Speakers, Press
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1:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
LoRaWAN RF Design
5G-05
LoRaWAN has great reach but when dealing with certain circumstances you have to design for the environments. In this session we learn to maximize LoRaWAN network design and talk about complex problems.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Remote Temperature Monitoring
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CEO - Founding Partner SADELABS
Temperature is a very important parameter in the preservation of perishable goods like vegetables, fruits, meat, milk, fish, frozen products and sensitive products such as vaccines and medicines. Changes in temperature cause deterioration of the products. For this reason, the cold chain integrity must not be broken at all stages from production to consumption, so that the freshness of the products has not deteriorated. In cold chain applications, it is of great importance to measure the temperature frequently and continuously from the first adjustment. Although warehouses are known to routinely have broken refrigerators or underperforming equipment, manufacturers do not regularly check the temperature 24/7, and it becomes more difficult to control the process during transportation. It should also be emphasized that timing is critical in cold chain transportation. The Internet of Things (IoT) is developing rapidly with the principle of connection from everywhere, with everyone, with everything, at every time. As a result of this fact, cold chain transportation has gained a remote temperature monitoring system in recent years. Both carriers and manufacturers can now track the vehicles and make remote guidance, especially in the solution of temperature-related problems.
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
The Three Types of Smart City Applications
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Know your audience and when it comes to smart cities knowing who the smart city is to serve is the first question. The City Administration, the citizens and the tourists all represent different requirements. This session looks at how smart city applications are prioritized and the differences between small and large municipaliites.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
1:30pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
LoRaWAN in Mission Critical Situations
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Partner BH IoT Group
While there are lots of DIY science experiments, the reality is that LoRaWAN is being used in mission critical applications. In this session we learn where LoRaWAN solutions have become part of mission critical applications.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Using Private Cellular Networks for Successful IoT Deployments
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Private networks and IoT will continue to be closely tied and the importance of this relationship will only continue to grow as the number of private networks increases and IoT connectivity on a global scale expands. This session will cover: • Understanding the necessary elements needed to establish a private network • Understanding the private wireless ecosystem; the key players and their critical roles • Use Case walkthrough: End-to-end network view for IoT services • Extending secure connectivity between private and macro cellular networks and alternate enterprise locations
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Managing the Essential Resource - Water
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While water has always been a managed resource, the legacy systems and the infrastructure are hard to monitor. How do we assess the resource and what can be done to manage flow better. How does the ESG initiatives incentivize updating the water systems.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
2:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
LoRaWAN Around the World
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Partner BH IoT Group CEO Senzary
While the technology stays the same the applications change based on geography. In this session we discuss different applications and use cases around the world.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Is IT/OT Convergence Ending and a New IT/OT-Separation Forming?
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IoT is the core platform bringing modern IT technology – computer networks, servers, cloud, AI, databases etc. - into the industrial operational world, commonly described as Operational Technology (OT). One scenario is simply expanding the existing IT network to IoT devices on the OT side. There are many advantages of such an approach: IoT production statistics, for example, can be transferred directly into ERP systems and IoT devices can be automatically controlled according to business demands or even remotely controlled over the internet. But security issues foreshadow this open IT/OT-relationship: As the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack showed, if any malware exists on the IT site, it will move quickly across the network to the OT side, affecting devices there and stopping the entire operational process. Which approach is selected – from an open IT/OT-relationship to a totally physical separation of two computer networks at IT and OT - depends on the specific industrial system, its purposes, and its risk of failure. This presentation shows several approaches with examples of how a flexible, efficient, but also secure IT/OT network separation can look and discusses methods to establish minimal OT-impact in case of an IT-malware-disaster.
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Smart School Systems
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What can you do to reduce bad behaviors in schools? The answer is you can use your senses, or in this case have IoT listen, smell and notify when fights break out or vaping / smoking is happening. In this session we learn how to comply with privacy aand prevent problems.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
2:30pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
Game Changer - Helium
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Partner BH IoT Group
Can Helium and their parent company's acquisition of FreedomFi bring Metcalfe's Law to the wireless industry. How will blockchain enable a distributed network to a make the people's network. In this session we look at the future when critical mass is achieved.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Trust No One: Trust No Thing
IIOT-08
Worldwide IoT security spending totaled $3.1 million in 2021, yet IoT attacks are still rising. A 2021 study by Microsoft revealed that 44% of respondents experienced an IoT attack in the past two years, and half said that IoT attack volumes had increased in the same amount of time. The average cost of cyber breach rose 2.6% to $4.35 million in 2022, signifying the accelerating financial impact of cyber-attacks on business operations. As businesses move to connect their IT/OT/IoT platforms to support digital transformation, remote work and emerging applications, attack surfaces and network complexity have spiraled out of control, and they are suffering the consequences. The common reaction among IoT operators is to add layer upon layer of security products and vendors to their stack, but this only negatively impacts the security, performance and manageability of their security stack. With IoT attacks rising and their financial impact only accelerating, it is evident that IoT operators must simplify their security stack to protect their software-defined IoT. This will allow them to secure a healthy return on investment with a Results-Oriented IoT security strategy that meets their business goals. Network complexity has outpaced legacy methods of perimeter-based network security because there is no single enterprise perimeter in today’s highly distributed business world, especially among complex IoT platforms. Many security products on the market fail to secure IoT platforms because they do not address the underlying causes of rising cyber-attacks, and they only complicate the security stack. Though they mark the progress of security to the cloud and may improve manageability, even secure access service edge (SASE) products suffer from performance and security challenges when used to secure IoT platforms. Security, performance and manageability are essential factors to stop rising cyber-attacks, and IoT operators must select and deploy solutions that simplify their security stack and enhance these factors through a single integrated platform that features peer-to-peer architecture instead of cloud-based architecture. The answer to these problems is Zero-Trust Network Access (ZTNA). Zero-Trust assumes there is always a malicious actor in the network and that an enterprise network is just as vulnerable as a public network. ZTNA solutions create a software-defined perimeter (SDP) around IoT assets, making them invisible to unauthenticated users in any physical location and simplifying the security stack without sacrificing performance.
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Building an IoT Center of Excellence with a Public/Private Partnership: The Power of a LoRa Network
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CIO Town of Cary, NC FACENS - SCF Head Smart Campus Facens
The Town of Cary, North Carolina, SAS Institute and Semtech are coming together to build a unique Center of Excellence focused on technology solutions that will positively impact the lives of Cary’s citizens. Through the collaboration, the Town and two companies will facilitate the development and deployment of edge-to-Cloud Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, solve real world challenges and make Cary the benchmark for other municipalities to replicate.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
3:00-7:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
(Hall A)
IoT Evolution Expo #TECHSUPERSHOW Expo Hall Grand Opening
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3:30pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
  Solutions Theatre
4:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
  Solutions Theatre
4:30pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
Solutions Theatre (Hall A Theatre, Aisle 200)
Birds of a Feather: Assessing Your IOT Requirements
IOTT-03
With almost 75% of IoT installations going bad, the pitfalls of implementation are well known among many of us in the industry, at the core is doing a poor assessment of the actual requirements and the resources to succeed. This session is meant to answer your questions.
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  Solutions Theatre
5:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
Special Networking Event (Hall A)
Grand Opening Networking Reception in Expo Hall
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  Special Networking Event
Thursday, February 16, 2023
7:30am-5:00pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
(Hall A Lobby)
Registration Counters Open
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8:00am
Thursday - 2/16/23
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Continental Breakfast - For Paid Conference Pass Holders, Exhibitors, Sponsors, Speakers, Press
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9:00am
Thursday - 2/16/23
Special Panel Discussion (Room 209A/B)
Analyze This
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James Brehm Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist James Brehm & Associates
Matt Hattan Founding Partner Transforma Insights
This session features two analysts that have been in the business back when it was called M2M. Now they share their insight as to whats ahead and what lessons from history we should avoid.
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  Special Panel Discussion
10:00am
Thursday - 2/16/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
Mobile Edge Compute: Caching in on the Future
5G-09
For some applications speed is everything. In 5G that is accomplished by bringing the Internet closer to the edge with local caching of applications and data storage. What IoT applications benefit from MEC?
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Wi-Fi HaLow – IoT Connectivity Without Compromise
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802.11ah Wi-Fi HaLow is a wireless standard developed for IoT networks. Wi-Fi HaLow offers long-range, high speeds, low energy, signal penetration, and high client counts. Other wireless connectivity standards have limitations. LoRaWAN has low data rates, BLE and ZigBee have short-range and lots of wireless contention, and Wi-Fi has high energy requirements. Wi-Fi HaLow breaks free from all these drawbacks and checks all the boxes an IoT network could want. So if LoRaWan was too slow, BLE too short range or Wi-Fi runs through batteries too quickly for your last IoT deployment, learn how HaLow early adopters put the technology to use. The first chipsets were certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance in November of 2021. Let us walk you through Wi-Fi HaLow’s early adoption story and how the Wi-Fi standard is being used in the marketplace today. Learn why device manufacturing companies decided to implement HaLow and why it might be the best choice for your next generation of IoT deployment. Learn More about: • What Wi-Fi HaLow is capable of in real-world environments • How it compares to competing connectivity standards • Where Wi-Fi HaLow is used today • The potential of Wi-Fi HaLow as a connectivity standard for the IoT devices proposed session title: Wi-Fi HaLow – IoT Connectivity Without Compromise
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
IoT Video: Seeing is Believing
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Whether you are monitoring Citizens on the move, employees in the building, or truckers on the road; a video feed is often the most understandable way to assess a situation. In this session we look at IoT and cameras. How are the managed, how are processes being automated? What are the trends of video being used in IoT?
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
10:30am
Thursday - 2/16/23
5G/6G Solutions (Room 208B)
Technological Innovations for Optimizing Work Processes and Increasing Employee Safety
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CEO SOFTGENT LLC
The session will discuss the challenges of opportunities and challenges with the use of internet of things technology and real-time localization services to optimize work processes and to increase the safety of employees inside buildings.
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Industrial IoT Solutions (Room 209A/B)
Private Network strategies
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When it comes to private networks there is no shortage of architectures and methodologies. However there is a shortage of explanations as to the when the what and the why. Here we try to clear the air of noise and give some clears signals as to what can be done.
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Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Medical Internet of Things (MIoT) - Opportunities for Managed Solutions Providers (MSPs)
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Chief Compliance Officer Phone.com
The Medical Internet of Things (MIoT) is rapidly expanding and includes personal devices such as pacemakers, implantable insulin pumps, and others. As these devices continue to proliferate, so too do the threats of data exposure or compromise to the devices. Healthcare professionals do not have sufficient knowledge or awareness of these cyber threats, creating an opportunity for MSPs to understand the threat landscape and expand their offerings to healthcare providers. This session will open a dialog into the potential opportunity for MSPs and the expansion of valuable insight for healthcare organizations.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
11:00am-4:00pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
(Hall A)
IoT Evolution Expo #TECHSUPERSHOW Expo Hall Open
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12:00pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
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Lunch Vouchers Provided to Paid Conference Pass Holders, Exhibitors, Sponsors, Speakers, Press
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1:00pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
Solutions Theatre (Hall A Theatre, Aisle 200)
The Private Network Summit Part 1
IOTT-04
Who manages the network and how?
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  Solutions Theatre
2:00pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
Solutions Theatre (Hall A Theatre, Aisle 200)
The Private Network Summit Part 2
IOTT-05
What architecture? Can you really be a standalone network?
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  Solutions Theatre
2:45pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
  Solutions Theatre
3:00pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
Special Networking Event (Hall A)
IoT Evolution Expo #TECHSUPERSHOW Pub Crawl on Expo Floor
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  Special Networking Event
4:15pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
Special Networking Event (Floridian Ballroom, 3rd Floor)
IDEA SHOWCASE RECEPTION AND PITCH EVENT - Open to all Badge Holders - Sponsored by IKIN
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  Special Networking Event
4:20pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
Special Networking Event (Floridian Ballroom, 3rd Floor)
IDEA SHOWCASE Keynote/Welcome Address - Open to all Badge Holders
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  Special Networking Event
8:00-10:00pm
Thursday - 2/16/23
Special Networking Event (The Wharf Fort Lauderdale)
IoT Evolution Expo #TECHSUPERSHOW Networking Live Party
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  Special Networking Event

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