IoT Australia SUMMIT
A new event from: Communications Day and Communications Alliance with IOTAA
Wednesday, November 8 2017
Kirribilli Club, North Sydney
IoT Australia SUMMIT is the new one-day conference on all things Internet of Things.
The summit has two objectives:
- To showcase network and service solutions from telcos who are servicing the needs and requirements of the Internet of Things users.
- To identify the use cases for the Internet of Things across significant industry verticals in the Australian economy.
Our one-day summit will feature keynotes from the assistant minister for cities, Angus Taylor (invited) as well as peak officials from the Internet of Things Alliance Australia.
The event will be made up of panel sessions employing a free flow exchange of ideas and opportunities for audience participation.
IOTAA Chairman & President, Robert Bosch Australia, Gavin Smith.
9.50 Cyient session
10.15 PANEL: TELCOS AND IOT
What investments are telcos making in IoT?… What partnerships are telcos forming that are helping them understand IoT?… Should telcos prioritise specific IoT segments such as health, automotive?… What should vendors be doing to support telcos get into IoT. Participants: VHA speaker TBC, AT&T MD Martin Creighan, Telstra’s Andrew Scott, KPMG’s Piers Hogarth-Scott, ECConnect speaker Brad Keys.
10.55 Networking break
11.20 A Good Practice Guide for B2C IoT Services for Australia:
Peter Leonard, Principal, Data Synergies.
11.40 PANEL: IOT NETWORK SOLUTIONS – ARE CHAMPIONS EMERGING?
Current commercial status for IoT solutions such as LTE-M, NBIoT, LoRa and Sigfox… What are the spectrum and regulatory requirements?… What are the pros and cons for each solution?… What are the greatest security challenges ahead? Participants: Huawei Australia CSO Malcolm Shore, NNN Co CEO Rob Zagarella, Thinxtra CEO loic Barancourt, Telstra head of IOT and M2M Gerhard Loots. Moderator: Petroc Wilton
1.45 PANEL: IOT’S IMPACT ON THE TELCO BUSINESS MODEL
What are the financial impacts of IoT investment… How can the ARPUs be sold to the market?… Who will make the pro ts?… Which carriers and device makers are poised to win? FutureSumo CEO Skeeve Stevens, Telsyte CEO Foad Fadaghi, KPMG’s Piers Hogarth-Scott.
2.15 THE IOT REVOLUTION IN HEALTH & WEARABLES
A hands-on demonstration of what’s coming in health IoT and wearables
FutureSumo analyst Shanti Korporaal
2.45 PANEL: IOT AND CITIES
Will platform interoperability be the enabler or stumbling block for smart cities?… Connected transport systems/ autonomous vehicles… IoT in aviation and air transport (sensors, beacons)… IoT in public spaces i.e. stadiums, parks, campuses… Smart buildings Participants: Meshed’s Catherine CaruanaMcManus, IoTAA and Creatorech’s Geof Heydon, Schneider Australia’s Bradley Yager andYasin Ferdous Ahmed Khan, Head of Automotive Business Development, Ericsson Moderator: Tim Marshall, Head of Marketing and Corporate Affairs, Oceania
3.35 Networking Break
3.5 TRANSFORMING INDUSTRY VERTICALS THROUGH IOT:
– Food: Prof. Mike Briers AO, CEO Food Agility
– Transport and Water: Frank Zeichner, CEO IoTAA
Moderator: Frank Zeichner
4.20 Closing keynote: the extraordinary security issues of IoT; FutureSumo principal Skeeve Stevens
Formed to provide a united voice for the Australian communications industry and to lead it into the next generation of converging networks, technologies and services.
Communications Alliance offers a forum for the industry to make coherent and constructive contributions to policy development and debate.
By providing leadership on new trends and directions, Communications Alliance fulfills a vital unifying role on behalf of the industry and its members, particularly in areas of competition, innovation and industry development.
Established in 1994, Communications Day is the authoritative source for commercial, regulatory, political and technology news and analysis for telecommunications in Australia and New Zealand.
Delivered every working day to a reader base of C-level executives, regulators, politicians and their staff, CommsDay provides essential business intelligence and a key competitive advantage for anyone working in the ANZ telecoms sector.
With over 330 member organisations, and over 550 individual participants across seven workstreams the IOTAA is the peak body representing IoT in Australia.
We see a thriving future for Australia and the world by connecting data, devices, people, processes and things to the internet to create unparalleled opportunities.