The Internet of Things (aka Internet of Everything) has become a technological revolution. Every segment of IT development, whether it is Silicon, Multimedia Communication, Devices & Systems, Software, Solutions, System Integration & Services is being augmented through this new paradigm. Vertical industry segments such as manufacturing, healthcare, digital workplace technologies, transportation and the public sector continue to heavily invest their resources to capitalize on this burgeoning market. The results include efficiencies of many kinds, productivity gains, sustainability and a safer environment, together with improved quality of life and a better, more natural user experience. IoT relies upon a vast confluence of technologies and standards – including sensors and actuators, wearable computing, communications & protocols, network, storage and compute infrastructure, big data and analytics, middleware, security, visualization and control and finally immersive applications. Currently industry alliances and consortia are being formed to address the varied challenges brought by the nexus of these devices and systems, which include interoperability, business model consumption, management, privacy and trust. In this track, we are inviting diverse industry participants to share their vision and thought leadership, technology and business acumen and practical experiences, in the form of keynote speeches, technical presentations and interactive panels. Please join us for this exciting track to learn about both the “hype” and the reality.”
- Controlling Connected Thing’s Vision – Aman Singh, Palindrome Technoloiges
- How does WebRTC improve the IoT? – Kensake Komastu, NTT Technologies
- IoT Security – Assessment, Standards and Best Practice – Maureen Stillman, Mobile Iron; Bharat Ramaswamy Nandakumar, IIT
- IoT and RTC – Ships Passing in the Night? – Vince Puglia, Nokia
The IIT RTC Conference is a globally recognized collaborative event, where industry and academia connect. Leveraging its unique academic setting, this annual conference brings together technical professionals and business executives from the data and telecommunications industry, standards bodies, policy and regulatory institutions, and academic educators and researchers to promote an open exchange of ideas to lead future development in the rapidly changing field of real-time communications.
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