The Intersection of IoT and Robotics: How Sensors, Data, and Intelligence Are Redefining Industry
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The convergence of IoT and robotics is redefining traditional industry. Join the conversation to hear what is happening today and predictions for the future in advanced manufacturing, smart cities, healthcare delivery, transportation and smart agriculture.
Lisa Seacat DeLuca
Distinguished Engineer, IBM
|Registration & Welcome|
|10:15am-11:15am||Opening Keynote: Lisa Seacat DeLuca, Distinguished Engineer, IBM|
|11:20am-11:35am||Tech Talk: Smart Agriculture|
Speaker: Abbas Bagasra, Principal, TrueStar
|11:40am-11:55am||Tech Talk: Wearables & The Internet of Things|
Speaker: Ted Plummer, Principal Program Manager, Device Engineering, Fitbit
|12:00pm-12:40pm||Lunch & Networking|
|12:40pm-12:55pm||Tech Talk: Data Privacy Ownership & Ethics|
Speaker: Lily Lim, Attorney, Finnegan
|12:55pm-1:10pm||Tech Talk: Cybersecurity in Industrial Internet of Things |
Speaker: Ben Goodman, VP, Global Strategy and Innovation, ForgeRock
|1:10pm-2:10pm||Panel: Smart Cities, Thinking Outside the Box|
Moderator: Setrag Khoshafian, Chief Evangelist and VP of BPM Technology, Pegasystems
Ed Bernardon, Vice President, Strategic Automotive Initiative, Siemens PLM Software
Kris Carter, Co-Chair, Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics, City of Boston
Subu Ramasamy, Senior Global Product Manager, Connected Lighting Systems, Philips Lighting
Connecting physical objects, from vehicles to telephone poles, has been made more accessible due to the lower costs of sensors and increased computing power. Our panelists will talk about the power of connecting these objects and what the future will bring.
|2:25pm-3:25pm||Panel: How IoT and Robotics are Redefining Manufacturing|
Peter Russo, Director of Growth and Innovation at Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership
Pulkit Kapur, Senior Industry Manager for Robotics and Autonomous Systems, Mathworks
Yavor Kolarov, Product Group Marketing Manager, Digital Systems Business Unit, OSRAM
Rony Kubat, Co-founder, Tulip
Walter Vahey, President of Systems Test Group, Teradyne
Manufacturers are entering a new era where robotics and IoT are essential to remain competitive. Connected devices and collaborative robots are converging to escalate productivity, helping their customers and their bottom line. Our panelists will talk about how these pieces come together, the implementation, and the return on investment.
Closing Keynote: Colin Angle, CEO, iRobotYour Home As A Robot
Since the days of the Jetsons, the promise of home automation has centered on the realization of practical robots. As we move forward into an explosion of connected possibilities and the rise of the robot era, what role will robots play in the future of the smart home?
Individualized mobile applications, smart systems and connected devices with siloed functionality are growing exponentially and we are spiraling out of control in an attempt to micromanage the smart home. To truly improve our lives, a smart home must understand physical space and predict human behavior in context, removing complexity and making our lives easier. The key to building a smarter home lies in thinking of the house as a system that can be mapped and predict our intent.
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