Smart Objects in the Internet of Things and M2M
Place: Finland, Helsinki, Holiday Inn Pasila, Helsinki Exhibition & Convention Centre, Messuaukio 1, Room 207
Date: May 22nd, 2013
Target audience: Industry business and R&D professionals interested in Internet of Things, M2M and Sensor Network related markets and applications. The IPSO Alliance, TEKES and (VINNOVA) are organizing a Nordic workshop on Internet of Things technology, standards and research. Leading speakers from the industry will present the latest trends in this exciting field.
The purpose of the event is to share and network:
• Info on the latest standards activities
• Industrial use cases and market trends
• Latest technology innovations
Participation is free of charge, but registration needed.
12:30 Registration, Coffee and Light lunch
- Welcoming Remarks – Kimmo Ahola, TEKES
- IPSO Alliance – Geoff Mulligan, IPSO Chairman
- Standards drive the IoT – Zach Shelby, Sensinode
- Trends in the IoT and M2M Market – Jan Höller, Ericsson
- IP-mesh for smart metering and beyond.- Michael Westberg , Head of Sales & Marketing, Connode AB
- Local cloud automation a real world example from the mining industry- prof. Jerker Delsing, Luleå TU
- Cellular access for Internet of Things- Jonne Soininen, Renesas Mobile Oy
- Panel Discussion with the Speakers
16:00 Announcing the top 3 finalist of the 2013 IPSO Challenge and closing
The IPSO Alliance is the primary advocate for IP networked devices for use in energy, consumer, healthcare and industrial applications. The IPSO Alliance is a non-profit association of more than 60 members from leading technology, communications and energy companies around the world.
IP provides the freedom of ultimate flexibility that will help manage your world whether interfacing with household appliances and integrated home systems for security and lighting or monitoring an entire factory.
The Ubicom – Embedded ICT programme is focused on developing and piloting embedded IT solutions. The programme strengthens the research in ubiquitous computing, increases the resources available for the industry’s commercial competitive offerings, enhances the international cooperation environment and spurs on cooperation between different branches of industry by creating new industry networks and industry standards.
Companies operating in Finland can apply for funding at any time. Research organisations may apply funding on specific application periods.