All Integrate Open Pass Holders and IoT Summit Pass holders
can attend the IoT Summit
The Internet of Things requires the Integration of Things.
From the connected home to connected data, the Internet of Things (IoT) is reshaping how we interact with our environment and how businesses stay ahead of the competition. We at Integrate believe the next key driver of IoT is Integration: making the cloud, devices, and our world talk to each other.
Join the leading entrepreneurs, industry leaders, enablers and disruptors that are driving the real-world IoT innovations of our time at the second annual IoT Summit Wednesday, Sept. 14 at the San Jose Convention Center.
LAST YEAR’S SPEAKERS
U.S. Department of Transportation
LAST YEAR’S AGENDA
Afternoon Keynote (IoT Focus)
Environment-as-Platform: How sensors, beacons, and devices will change our world
Jeff Henkles (Qualcomm), Jim Fletcher (IBM), Don DeLoach (InfoBright)
Every year, technology enables us to connect into our environment to a greater and greater degree – from connected cars and homes to connected retail and cities. From IBeacons and customer-aware retail censors to new smartphone technology, how will people be able to connect to their environments? If we think of Environment-as-Platform, are we seeing a rise of inter-connectedness of IoT technologies through the cloud, or are we only at the beginning of the “Integration of Things”?
How we Integrated a Graphical Language For Augmented Reality
Jerome Etienne (Daqri)
Internet of Things & Programmatic Advertising
Rajeev Goel, PubMatic
How is IoT is affecting SMBs, and why should we care?
Jackie Lamping, AdRoll
PANEL: How will the Internet of thing affect Institutions
Lisa Wood (IBM), Jim Hunter (Greenwave)
We are now able to connect citizens to their environment in a way never before imaginable. How can we harness this technology to create citizen-first services that improve education, transportation and information delivery and security.