Internet of Things World

April 6-9, 2020 | San Jose, CA
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Internet of Things World is North America's largest IoT event, featuring technologies, strategies and case studies for industries implementing IoT, expecting more than 12,500 attendees.

Over four days, the conference agenda includes keynotes and tracks covering industrial and consumer verticals, as well as technical focused sessions, for organizations that are just starting out or looking to scale their IoT projects.

The expo hall will be feature 400+ exhibitors and startups highlighting technology solutions for implementing IoT.

The following analysts will be attending or speaking at IoT World this year:

  • Liz Cruz, associate director for IoT and smart cities
  • David Green, research manager for wireless power and smart utilities infrastructure
  • Tanner Johnson, senior cybersecurity analyst
  • Sam Lucero, associate director, IoT
  • Lee Ratliff, associate research director, connectivity and IoT
  • Alex West, principal analyst, smart manufacturing and industrial communications

Contact us to arrange a meeting at the conference, and don't miss these sessions:

  • "Chairperson's Opening Remarks: Manufacturing," Alex West, April 7, 11:30-11:40 p.m.
  • "Smart Manufacturing as a Driver for Business Outcomes - Investing in Industry 4.0," panel discussion with Alex West, April 7, 12:00-12:40 p.m. Topics to be covered include a look at the competitive marketplace and how to simplify vendor management, how to create revenue streams to be one step ahead in the industry, and how to measure the impact of manufacturing-focused IoT technology in 2020 while looking ahead to 2025.
  • "Reaping what has been sown: the realities of smart buildings," a panel with David Green, April 7, 12:00-12:40 p.m. How manageable is the flood of data flowing in from the edge? How successful are attempts to make educated decisions, meet early goals, and begin to see ROI? How are energy management solutions performing? Which types of systems seem best suited to specific environments?
  • "Chairperson's Opening Remarks: Energy & Resources," David Green, April 8, 11:30-11:40 a.m.
  • "Creating Public / Private collaboration to fill the gaps in cybersecurity standardization," a panel with Tanner Johnson, April 8, 12:00-12:40 p.m. There are serious gaps in the existing cybersecurity standards for nearly every area of IoT: Connected Cars, Consumer, Health, Smart Buildings, and Smart Manufacturing. The best way to close those gaps will be through collaboration between state and federal government agencies and private enterprises and organizations to solve the issue.
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Speakers and Attendees

  • Liz Cruz
    Associate Director, IoT and Smart Cities, IHS Markit
    Liz Cruz manages the IoT and Smart Cities technology research portfolios within IHS Markit.
  • David Green
    Research & Analysis Manager – Smart Utilities Infrastructure, IHS Markit
    David Green is a research and analysis manager for the Smart Utilities Infrastructure team at IHS Markit.
  • Tanner Johnson
    Senior Analyst, Connectivity & IoT
    Tanner Johnson is a cybersecurity analyst focused on IoT and transformative technologies at IHS Markit. His coverage is focused on examining the various threats that occupy the IoT technology domain, as well as opportunities and strategies that are emerging as data connectivity continues to expand.
  • Sam Lucero
    Senior Principal Analyst, IoT Platforms
    Sam Lucero is a seasoned industry analyst with over 16 years of experience analyzing telecommunications and networking technology markets. His current area of research focus centers on the Internet of Things (IoT) platforms market.
  • Alex West
    Senior Principal Analyst, Industrial Technology, IHS Markit
    Alex West leads Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 research at IHS Markit.
  • Lee Ratliff
    Senior Principal Analyst, Connectivity & IoT
    Lee Ratliff is a connectivity and communications analyst responsible for directing IHS coverage of low-power wireless, broadband, and home networking semiconductors and technologies.
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