RFID Journal Virtual Event

Virtual Events Aug 16, 2016

Internet of Things Virtual Event

August 16, 11:00 am - August 16, 2016, 1:00 pm

Moderators:
  • George Daddis, Jr.., Ph.D., CEO and President, Internet of Things Virtual Event
Moderators:
  • Eric Suligoj, Director of Business Development, Internet of Things Virtual Event
Moderators:
  • Matthew Cook, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Internet of Things Virtual Event
Presenters:
  • Michael Liard, Industry Analyst, Liard Research & Consulting
Moderators:
  • Su Doyle, RFID Industry Programs, Liard Research & Consulting
Moderators:
  • Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, Liard Research & Consulting
Moderators:
  • Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, Liard Research & Consulting

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a broad term being used to cover technologies that give network connectivity to everyday objects, from wearable computers to common products. What’s behind all the excitement about the Internet of Things? How will companies benefit from IoT technologies? What will be the impact on consumers? What strategies should companies use to take advantage of IoT technologies, and which technologies will dominate the IoT? This virtual event will feature case studies from early adopters. Learn from industry experts, market leaders and analysts who will share their insights about overcoming technical, user and governmental challenges, and how to create effective business models using the power of the Internet of Things.

EVENT AGENDA

16 Aug, 2016 11:05 am
Creating a Dynamic Manufacturing Environment Through the Industrial Internet of Things

Material flow management is the biggest problem impacting factories today, and the greatest hindrance to their ability to transition to the growing demand for highly dynamic on-demand manufacturing. The problem is that most factories’ processes are rooted in the decades-old use of static paper label systems. Revolutionary technology now exists that is transforming the way in which individuals and machines interact by using data and analytics in new ways to drive efficiency gains, accelerate productivity and achieve overall operational excellence. This new approach to managing workflow brings the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to the factory floor by wirelessly connecting machines and containers, enabling them to be tracked in real time as they flow through a factory. This presentation will use specific examples from case studies to examine how Fortune 500 companies are embracing the IIoT to create dynamic, intelligent operational environments that are setting the standard for and leading the wave of 21st-century manufacturing in America.

16 Aug, 2016 11:40 am
Threats Lurking in a Connected World: How to Add Trust to Internet of Things Applications

With the evolution of connected things, can you trust that your business’s data is protected? Learn how using secure Near Field Communication (NFC) and cloud authentication protects your data from outside threats. Explore the use cases and benefits of deploying HID’s Trusted Tag Services to safeguard people, property and assets; streamline home health care or other presence service billing and documentation; increase brand engagement and protection; and more.

16 Aug, 2016 12:05 pm
BLE Beacons Guide and Inform University of Oklahoma Students

The University of Oklahoma (OU) has installed a network of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons to help students navigate their way around the campus library, as well as exhibits of its large collection of manuscripts and first-edition books written by the Italian Renaissance scientist Galileo. Since students are engaged with their smartphones most of the time, the university created an app to encourage them to venture through the library and explore its resources. The app relies on BLE technology to display a student’s location as a glowing blue dot on an indoor map. Learn how the system encourages library users to interact with librarians, and how it might be used in the future.

16 Aug, 2016 12:35 pm
Doing the Math: Making the IoT Work for Business

The Internet of Things is about more than just shiny objects and hype. It’s about devices, processes and people—and how they are all connected. Proactive companies are making the business case to harness the IoT to make their operations more agile and become more responsive end customers.

2016 IOT Planning Guide

16 Aug, 2016 11:00 am
Welcome and Introduction
16 Aug, 2016 12:55 pm
Closing Remarks

 

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