JUNE 5-6, 2018 - SANTA CLARA, CA
Resolving the Technical and Business Challenges of Getting Connected to the Internet of Things

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AGENDA FOR IoT DevCon 2018


The Agenda is subject to change - Day 1  -  Day 2
Day 1: Tuesday -- June 05, 2018
 Keynotes
09:00-09:30General Remarks and Notes on the Internet of Intelligent Things. ME1941»
TIRIAS Research 
09:30-10:00KEYNOTE: Surviving the IoT Device Security Wild West ME1916»
Arm 
10:00-10:30KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Wireless Connectivity (IoT) Testing Challenges and Considerations ME1859»
Rohde & Schwarz 
10:30-11:00Morning Break - Day 1
11:00-11:30KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Edge Computing Revolution ME1930»
NXP 
11:30-12:00The Future of IoT from a Venture Capital Perspective ME1841»
Bessemer Venture Partners 
12:00-13:30Exhibits & Lunch: Day 1 - Sponsored by Mouser
  IoT Security & Power
Building on Machine Learning
13:30-14:00 Measuring Battery Life in IoT Devices ME1862»
Rohde & Schwarz 
More than Moore Solutions for Machine Learning ME1834»
GLOBALFOUNDRIES 
14:00-14:30 Low Power WiFi for IoT Devices ME1870»
Texas Instruments 
Machine Learning at the Edge ME1921»
NXP 
14:30-15:00 Heavyweight Security For a Lightweight, Low-Power World ME1902»
CENTRI Technology 
An ASIC Approach to Unlock Deep Learning Innovation ME1929»
eSilicon 
15:00-15:30 Secure Your IoT Design from Node to Cloud ME1904»
Microchip Technology Inc. 
Future of IoT Simulation: Internet of Virtual Things ME1908»
Knowthings.io(CA Technologies) 
15:30-16:00 Cryptographic Keys are the Vaccine for the IoT ME1932»
Rubicon Labs Inc. 
Machine Learning Panel
Moderator Kevin Krewell
ME1949»
16:00-16:30 Inside the Mind of a Hacker: Knowledge is IoT Security Power ME1938»
Cloakware by Irdeto 
16:30-18:00 Day 1 Exhibits & Networking Cocktail Party  

 

Day 2: Wednesday -- June 06, 2018
  Machine Learning & AI DevCon
Securing IoT
Machine Learning for IoT
Building Solutions for IoT
9:00-9:25 How To Build Your Company's AI Strategy ME1853»
Move to AI
Securing your Connected Devices ME1937»
Infineon Technologies
A Novel Approach: IoT Device Virtualization Using Machine Learning ME1909»
Knowthings.io(CA Technologies)
From Sensors to Cloud: The Case for a Complete Ecosystem for IoT Development. ME1919»
STMicroelectronics
9:25-9:50 Use of AI Constructs to Bring Advanced MEMS Technologies from Concept to Market ME1863»
Bosch Sensortec
Developing Machine Learning Solutions for the IoT Edge ME1911»
Arm
Advance Wireless Motor Condition Monitoring with Vibration Analysis to Enable IoT Predictive Maintenance ME1872»
Texas Instruments Inc
9:50-10:15 Application-Specific Processors for Deep Learning Acceleration ME1832»
Synopsys
Democratizing Security in IoT Devices: How any OEM can Design-In and Manufacture Hardware Based Security in their IoT Devices ME1903»
Data I/O
AI on the Edge: Don't Forget the Memories ME1936»
Adesto
Building for Billions...Next Gen IoT ME1947»
Samsung SmartThings
10:15-10:45 Morning Break: Day 2
10:45-11:10 TBA Secure Your IoT Application from Design to Deployment ME1869»
IAR Systems
IP Extends IoT Into the Artificial Intelligence World ME1882»
Synopsys
Arduino Micro-controller and the Future of IoT ME1946»
PubNub
11:10-11:35 AI at the Edge, a practical Deep Learning End-to-End Implementation. ME1926»
Toradex
Protect Your IoT Device with Hardware Root of Trust ME1905»
Microchip Technology Inc.
Machine Learning and IoT, the Opportunity for a Quicker Answer to the Question ME1934»
AMD
Why Sensor Performance Matters ME1888»
TDK-InvenSense
11:35-12:00 Fog based Machine Learning for Industrial IoT ME1831»
Software Design Solutions
Internet of Things or Internet of Threats - Whose Responsibility Is It? How Can Any OEM Deliver Secure IoT Devices to the Market? ME1948»
Panel sponsored by Data I/O
WORKSHOP SESSION: 11:45-13:15
Mozilla - Building Things for the Web using Microchip’s SAMW25-Xplained Pro platform
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED @ Microchip Booth
Location Intelligence - Keeping IoT in the Bulls-Eye! ME1920»
HERE Technologies
12:00-13:30 Lunch: Day 2
  Machine Learning & AI DevCon
Securing IoT
Communication for IoT
Building Blocks for IoT
13:30-14:00 Communications Next ME1835»
Plantronics
Digital Twins: The Answer to the IoT Security Conundrum? ME1939»
Cloakware by Irdeto
Best of Both Worlds: Bridging Propriety and Standards-Based Wireless Connectivity for the IoT ME1855»
Silicon Labs
Optimizing Flash Memory Solutions for IoT Applications ME1931»
GigaDevice Semiconductor Inc
14:00-14:30 Mixed Signal Machine Learning Outperforms Digital Solutions ME1837»
Linear Dimensions
Trusted IoT Supply Chain Ecosystem Requires Partnering, Traceability, and Accountability ME1918»
Mentor Graphics
3D Indoor Asset Location With The Bluetooth Mesh ME1868»
Wireless Cables Inc.
Intelligent Edge Storage for the Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 Automation ME1940»
Virtium
14:30-15:00 Nanometer Size Semiconductors for General and Symbolic Artificial Intelligence ME1838»
Tachyum
Security should always start with analysis! How threat modelling can help make your product secure... ME1935»
Arm
Cloud-Based LTE Positioning - Allowing IoT developers to do more with less ME1928»
PoLTE
Exotic Sensors at-the-Edge: Technologies without Borders ME1896»
Avnet
15:00-15:30 Expanding UX of everyday objects with the power of Voice UI and AI services ME1923»
IBM
Key Requirements for Software Updates for IoT/Connected Devices ME1847»
Mender.io
Developing and deploying environmental/agricultural sensors on cellular networks. ME1917»
Sycamore Labs, LLC
40nA Idle Current will Keep the IoT Node Alive ME1876»
Micro Crystal AG
15:30-16:00 Enabling TensorFlow Machine Learning on Arm Processors using Khoronos' SYCL ME1833»
Code Play
The Emerging Era of Cognitive Security ME1877»
IBM
TBA Optimize Your Hardware for IoT Solutions ME1861»
Creation Technologies