Is the IoT simply M2M on a gigantic scale with a vast number of devices feeding massive data repositories, or might it look like billions of tiny things inhabiting an abstracted world that simply gets on with their own interactions? There is an emerging plethora of technology, architectures and players covering a wide spectrum of markets and applications. Many now straddle industrial, consumer, medical and leisure sectors linking together previously isolated domains with innovative applications. We will provide a forum for a debate on products, technology, components and applications as we explore this brave new world of possibly a trillion things. This very popular SIG event will take place at Microsoft Research in Cambridge, and aims to open the world of IoT, and how it can learn from Machine to Machine (M2M). Speakers include, Paul Copping of TRL, David Dunn of Electric Imp, Dr Justin Hill and Purvi Parekh of Olswang, Pilgrim Beart of 1248, Dr Jon Lewis of Plextek Consulting, Georg Steimel of Huawei, Fredrik Sjostedt of Barco, John Hicklin of CGI and Antony Rix, TTP Group. The Debate/Vote/Panel Session will be chaired by Philip Laidler, STL Partners & Paul Green, Arkessa.
The Connected Devices SIG is championed by Paul Green of Arkessa, Nick Hunn of WiFore Consulting, Antony Rix of TTP Group and Tim Whittaker of Cambridge Consultants. We are very grateful to Arkessa for sponsoring this event and to Microsoft Research for kindly hosting this at their Cambridge office. To follow this SIG on Twitter, @CambWireless, please use #CWCD
This timely event will discuss IoT and ask whether the concept is simply M2M on a gigantic scale with a vast number of devices feeding massive data repositories, or might it look like billions of tiny things inhabiting an abstracted world that simply gets on with their own interactions? What can IoT learn from the world of M2M? Is it just M2M with a consumer focus or is a paradigm shift required? How will this prediction be achieved, how will the future of technology and lives of consumers change?
Speakers confirmed for this event include:
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The last event was oversubscribed, so register early to secure your place!
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Is kindly hosted by Microsoft Research:
Lunch sponsored by Arkessa: