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Wednesday November 19: Keynote, Panel Discussions and Presentations




Conference Opening Address

Why we will have a Complete IP-based Internet of Things this Decade
Bruce Sinclair – CEO, gogo6 & President of Iot-Inc.

Bruce started in the business of IoT in 2008 as CEO of a venture-backed IPv6 company that developed a networking platform for Service Providers to build smart home aaps. He manages the 100,000-member gogoNET community and his new company, Iot-Inc, which focuses on the business of the Internet of Things.

Keynote Address

The Trillion Sensor Initiative
Janusz Bryzek – VP Dev, MEMS and Sensing Solutions at Fairchild Semiconductor & Founder, Trillion Sensor Initiative

Janusz is considered as one of the pioneers of MEMS. He co-founded nine Silicon Valley MEMS companies. In 2013, Janusz started TSensors (Trillion Sensors) to develop new sensor types to support the Abundance, targeting elimination of major global problems in one generation.

Sensors & Actuators

Sensor Software & Hardware Overview
Mike Fahrion, B&B Electronics

RTOS/OS, network stack, SDKs/APIs & sensors/controllers, network interface/radio, power, computing.

Communication Mechanisms & Protocols
Brandon Harris, Electric Imp

802.15.4 x, 6LoW, WiFi x, Bluetooth x, PLC & IP and proprietary (Zigbee, Zwave.)



IoT Platforms

Build, Buy or Rent

Understand all the implications of building your own platform versus buying it or renting it through a PaaS model.

Use Cases/Models
Bryan Kester, CEO, SeeControl

IoT Platform Solution
Panel Discussion: Top 5 Issues in IoT Platforms Today
Bryan Kester, Steve Jennis,

Round table discussion on the top issues to consider when building or buying an IoT Platform: security, sensor compatibility, analytics compatibility, APIs and Standards.



Low Power and Lossy Sensor Network Architectures

Mesh Networking

Mesh under. Use-cases, pros & cons of different approaches.
Routed Networking
Michael Richardson, ROLL IETF Chair

Routing Over Low power and Lossy networks (ROLL) is explained and use-cases explored.
Panel Discussion: The Best Sensor Network Architecture for the Job
Michael Richardson, ...

Comparing the various sensor network architectures: direct to cloud, star, mesh and routed.

Coffee Break

IoT Standardization

Three Layers of Standardization
Carsten Bormann, Universität Bremen TZI & IETF Chair

State of the art in standardization at the media, network and application layers.
Panel: Making Sense of Standards, Alliances, Associations and Consortiums
Amine Chigani, GE & Industrial Internet Consortium, ...

What are the proposals, who's backing them and their likelihood of success.

End of day social

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Thursday, November 20: Keynote, Panel Discussion and Presentations




Conference Opening Address

California IPv6 Task Force
Ed Horley – Co-chair, California IPv6 Task Force

Keynote Address



A10 Networks
Rene Paap – Product Marketing Manager, A10 Networks

IPv6 Solutions from A10.

IPv6 for Transport

Addressing, ICMPv6, NDP & Multicast, Service discovery, IPv6 Auto configuration, DHCPv6, IPv6 QoS.



Application Protocols


Overview of CoAP, XMPP, RESTful HTML, MQTT, DDS.

New Comers

Do we need yet another Application Protocol?
Panel Discussion: Top 5 Application Protocols in IoT Today
Steve Jennis, ...

Round table discussion on the various application protocols in use today including, CoAP, XMPP, RESTful HTML, MQTT and DDS.



IoT Network Deployment


Virtual and physical security methods.
The Connected Product

There's more to a connected product than a sensor. Understand the system required to connect a product to the Internet of Things.
IoT Deployment

Ongoing management and operations of an IoT deployment.

Coffee Break

Fog Computing

Fog Computing – What is it and how will it change the way your company implements IoT?

As more “things” are connected to the network, organizations will soon find themselves in a position where the majority of the data is being generated out on the edge of the network rather than in a campus or data center.

End of day

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