24

Hours Connecting

Over the World

October 20 - 21 2020

January 19

Digital Around the World is a 24 hours non-stop virtual conference
that will bring together top-level speakers discussing the latest trends
in digital transformation

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For 24 hours non-stop, region by region, time zone by time zone, top-level international speakers will be presenting and discussing the last technological innovations and trends in digital transformation: from the Internet of Things to 5G, network virtualization and smart services. 27 high level sessions with keynote speakers will be developed and moderated consecutively from various countries in Europe, the Americas and the Asia/Pacific region, and a worldwide community of industry experts, researchers and specialized media will have the opportunity to follow and interact in the debates.

Thematic
Areas

IOT EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

Emerging Technologies for Digital Transformation

With lead experts and representatives from AI and IoT to 5G, network virtualization and smart industries.

Technologies for the Good

Including multiple perspectives on:
- eHealth and smart economy to overcome the current Covid-19 crisis
- sustainable development by preserving the environment and our resources
- privacy and data protection by design in the new digital world

International Cooperation

International Cooperation in Research and Innovation

Addressing the main expectations, needs and results of the scientific community.

Speakers

We are pleased to welcome some of the world-class IoT experts from the worlds of research, industry, business, tech and science! Among the speakers, there will be representatives of the world’s largest companies developing IoT technologies.

Vint Cerf

Vinton G. Cerf

Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google
Joann O´Brien

Joann O´Brien

Vice President, Ecosystems and Labs, TM Forum
Thomas Hahn

Thomas Hahn

President, BDVA & Chief Expert Softwar, Siemens AG
Liu Dong

Liu Dong

President and CEO, BII Group, Director of China Future Internet Engineering Center
Latif Ladid

Latif Ladid

Founder and President, IPv6 Forum
Paul Nemitz

Paul Nemitz

Principal Advisor in the Directorate General for Justice and Consumers, European Commission
Dan Isaacs

Dan Isaacs

Vice President and Technical Director, Digital Twin Consortium

Stephen Mellor

CTO, Industrial Internet Consortium
Max Lemke

Dr. Max Lemke

Head of Unit for Internet of Things in Directorate General CONNECT, European Commissio
Ajith Balakumar

Ajith Balakumar

CEO, Forthcode
Nasser Al Marzouqi

Nasser Al Marzouqi

Chairman, ITU-T Study Group 20
Sébastien-Ziegler

Sébastien Ziegler

President of the IoT Forum, Director General of Mandat International
Gabriel Antonio Marao

Gabriel Antonio Marão

President, Brazilian IoT Forum
Alexander Berlin

Alexander Berlin

CEO, Berlin Thinking Consulting
Andrea Detti

Andrea Detti

University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
Martin Nielsen Norskov

Martin Nielsen Norskov

CCO and Head of IoT make:net
Jemin Chung

Jemin Chung

Task Force Leader, Infra Lab, Institute of Convergence Technology
Keiichi Yasumoto

Keiichi Yasumoto

Professor, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
Stephan Haller

Stephan Haller

Professor, University of Applied Sciences (BFH)
Nuria de Lama

Nuria de Lama

European Programs Manager - Research & Innovation - Member of Board of Directors, BDVA
Eddie Lee

Eddie Lee

Director, Global Industry Marketing, Moxa Inc
Veeresh Erched

Veeresh Erched

Amadeus
Akihiro Nakao

Akihiro Nakao

Special Advisor to the President of the University of Tokyo
Alain Herrmann

Alain Herrmann

National Comission for Data Protection (CNPD)
Luca Bolognini

Luca Bolognini

President, Istituto Italiano per la Privacy e la Valorizzazione dei Dati
Priit Anton

Priit Anton

Program Manager and Business Analyst, Guardtime
Hidenori Nakazato

Hidenori Nakazato

Waseda University
Willcock Colin

Colin Willcock

Chairman, Board of the 5G Infrastructure Association
Kai Zhang

Kai Zhang

Project Manager, Martel Innovate
Lars Bo Wassini

Lars Bo Wassini

Solutions architect on Digital systems and IOT, Micro Matic
Martin Brynskov

Martin Brynskov

Chairman, Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC)
Konstantinos Loupos

Konstantinos Loupos

Head of R&D Program, INLECOM
Arkady Zavslasky

Arkady Zavslasky

Deakin University
Zoran Velkoski

Zoran Velkoski

VP, Global Business Relations
Alexandre Alapetite

Alexandre Alapetite

Alexandra Institute
Joe Carey

Joe Carey

Director of Wireless Strategy ,Trimble
Jason Bay

Mr Jason Bay

Senior Director, Government Digital Services, Government Technology Agency
Jean-Pierre Bienaime

Jean-Pierre Bienaimé

Chairman, IREST
Marcelo Knorich Zuffo

Marcelo Knorich Zuffo

Professor, Politecnic Engineering School Univeridade de São Paulo (USP)
Fabrice Clari

Fabrice Clari

Senior Consultant, inno TSD
Uwe Herzog

Uwe Herzog

Program manager, Eurescom
Petar Popovski

Petar Popovski

Aalborg University, IEEE
Sara Pittonet Gaiarin

Sara Pittonet Gaiarin

Senior Project manager, Trust-IT Services & COMMpla
Glenn Ricart

Glenn Ricart

Founder and CTO, US Ignite
Jim Clarke

James Clarke

EU Strategic Liaison Manager at the Telecommunications Software and Systems Group, Waterford Institute of Technology
Stanley Wang

Mr. Stanley Wang

Deputy Director General, International Division, Institute for Information Industry (III)
Ramy Fathy

Ramy Fathy

Vice Chairma, ITU-T Study Group 20 (SG20)
Sophie Kwasny

Sophie Kwasny

Head of the Data Protection Unit, Council of Europe
Tao Chen

Tao Chen

Senior researcher, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Marimuthu Swami Palaniswami

Marimuthu Swami Palaniswami

Professor Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Melbourne
Mirko Presser

Dr. Mirko Presser

Associate Professor, Aarhus University
Anastasios Karakostas

Dr. Anastasios Karakostas

Researcher, Information Technologies Institute (ITI)
Serge Fdida

Serge Fdida

Professor, UPMC Sorbonne University
Satya N. Gupta

Satya N. Gupta

Chief of Corporate Affairs, Sterlite Technologies
Sureswaran Ramadass

Sureswaran Ramadass

Chair, IPv6 Forum Malaysia
Richard Mark Soley

Richard Mark Soley

Chairman and CEO, Object Management Group
Kevin Doolin

Kevin Doolin

Co-ordinator and Director of Innovation at the Telecommunications, Software and Systems Group (TSSG) at Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland
Srdjan Krco

Dr Srdjan Krčo

Co-founder and CEO, DunavNET
Martin Bauer

Martin Bauer

Senior Researcher, NEC Laboratories Europe
Cristina Martinez

Cristina Martinez

Deputy Head Smart Mobility and Living, Euroepan Commission
Cyril Jean

Cyril Jean

CEO, PXCom
Anders Struwe Mynster

Anders Struwe Mynster

Senior Specialist, IoT Data Services Innovation, FORCE Technology
Fredrik Hallgren

Fredrik Hallgren

IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute
Nicolas Caradot

Nicolas Caradot

Kompetenzzentrum Wasser Berlin gGmbH
Cristina Bueti

Cristina Bueti

Counsellor, ITU

Dr. Antonio Skarmeta

CTO, Odin Solutions S.L.
Cesar Alexandre de Souza

Cesar Alexandre de Souza

Professor, School Of Economics and Business Administration at the University of Sao Paulo (FEA/USP)
Marco Zennaro

Marco Zennaro

Research Officer, ICTP

Program

Stay tuned for updates!

: UTC
7:00am - 8:00am

Opening: Technology for a better world

  • Dr. Max Lemke   Thomas Hahn   Sébastien Ziegler   Nasser Al Marzouqi   Joann O´Brien  

Global situations such as the current pandemic crisis show how technological advances may not be enough. It is imperative that human beings are situated at the center of technology. The inaugural session of Digital Around the World will allow participants to reflect on how technology may lead us to a better world, through mankind itself.

8:00am - 9:00am

IoT Security and Privacy

  • Dr. Antonio Skarmeta   Konstantinos Loupos   Priit Anton  

This session will provide different perspective on the research and innovation related to IoT data safety, privacy and security challenges and needs. The EU H2020 project IoTCrawler, CHARIOT and SOFIE will present results and technologies over these challenges, and the overall project technical orientation and offerings. IoT Security and Privacy related to Industrial IoT, Smart City and technologies related to DLT, Intelligent search and discovery will be described.

9:00am - 10:00am

EU-China Collaboration in the 5G domain

  • Latif Ladid   Uwe Herzog   Jean-Pierre Bienaimé   Kai Zhang   Chih-Lin I   Tao Chen  

The purpose of this session is to present the status of the cooperation between Europe and China in the 5G domain. In recent years, the collaboration has been incremental and resulted in an increasing number of achievements that will be dealt in the first part of the session. Next, European and Chinese researchers will lead a panel discussion on the opportunities and challenges posed by the collaboration between the two geographical areas. The session will conclude with a recommendation of priorities to follow.

10:00am - 11:00am

IoT and Edge Computing: Future Directions for Europe

  • Martin Bauer   Martin Brynskov  

Edge Computing brings computation, analytics and data storage closer to the location where it is needed to support the proliferation of IoT, reduce latency, tackle data deluge and improve security, resilience and trust. Intelligent IoT devices fuel the digital transformation of areas like energy, agri-food, automotive, manufacturing and smart cities & communities. The session explores the future of Edge Computing including its role of safely connecting devices; and provides insights into the requirement for orchestration with cloud services, the importance of integrating connectivity and computing with AI-based reasoning and automation, while addressing the challenges and barriers for European stakeholders across different sectors.

11:00am - 1:00pm

Enabling the IoT ecosystem

  • Anders Struwe Mynster   Martin Nielsen Norskov   Petar Popovski   Zoran Velkoski   Christian Broberg   Lars Bo Wassini  

The term ecosystem is used abundantly throughout innovation and IoT societies – however, often without a practical interpretation on how to make ecosystem operational. In this session We will demonstrate how the Nordic IoT Centre is facilitating collaboration trough a role based ecosystem model and an ecosystem based IoT development model. Then present specific examples on how IoT solutions are being developed in the Nordic region through partnerships in the ecosystem.

1:00pm - 2:00pm

Towards a Global Green New Deal - Leveraging IoT and Research for the SDGs

  • Cristina Bueti   Cristina Martinez   Moreno Di Marco   Alexander Berlin  

Sustainable development is at the very heart of the European Union. IoT technologies can drive growth, connect people and help us protect the environment. Their emergence offers unique opportunities to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the European Green Deal, especially through their capacity to increase efficiency and save costs. This session provides an overview of how the IoT is mostly used today in sectors such as smart cities and biodiversity and how IoT and research can contribute to the SDGs.

2:00pm - 3:00pm

Making Data Protection by Design a Reality - Towards a Global Convergence

  • Sébastien Ziegler   Sophie Kwasny   Paul Nemitz   Luca Bolognini   Alain Herrmann  

Although the notorious advances on Data Protection Regulations around the world, the idea of a global convergence is still far away. Effectively developing data protection principles and maintaining balance with the safeguard of individual rights is part of the concept of “data protection by design and by default”. In this session, experts will discuss how far we are from global convergence and how to achieve it.

3:00pm - 4:00pm

5G Industry Verticals Innovations

  • Latif Ladid   Dr. Maxime Flament   Colin Willcock   Jorge Pereira  

5G will reach 2.7 Billion users by 2025 to address the demand for speed not achievable by 4G. However, the beauty of 5G is designed to be not just a communication tool but a production tool for the innovative industries to imbed its communication access speed with latency way below 10 ms to make their manufacturing more efficient or car-2-car communication more reliable. These 5G targets are called 5G Verticals with critical access requirements such eHealth, emergency and safety neowrks, Vehicular networking to name a few. This session has attracted the leaders of these verticals such as 5G-AA, 5G-IA to discuss the work needed to specify the requirements for standardisation not only with 3GPP but with the sectors own standardisation ecosystem as some of them are by far larger than the communication ecosystem.

4:00pm - 5:15pm

A farmer-centric approach for a data-driven transformation of Agriculture

  • Kevin Doolin   Humberto Fujita   Joe Carey   Nuria de Lama  

Digital technologies are reshaping many domains, being agriculture one of them. The massive deployment of IoT devices provides access to a huge amount of data that can be used to take smarter decisions at several levels. However, a lot of challenges remain to ensure the potential impact of digital transformation in the sector. What has to be done in the cloud and what on the edge? How do we cope with connectivity problems? How can we ensure interoperability between platforms and systems and avoid lock-in situations? How can we foster data sharing if trusted environments are still to be created and stakeholders do not perceive the value but the risk in doing so? This session will look at these questions and some others in different eyes by giving voice to technology players, but also to the farmers of several regions of the world. Different solutions and approaches proposed by relevant projects in the domain as well as use cases will be shared and discussed openly with the audience.

5:15pm - 6:00pm

IoT and Business Model Innovation for growth

  • Gabriel Antonio Marão   Cesar Alexandre de Souza   Marcelo Knorich Zuffo  

"BM and BMI are fundamentally about the architecture of a firm's value creation, delivery and capture mechanisms. Promoting innovation in business models through digital technologies is about looking into new and digital ways of delivering products and services (for example new forms of servitization or offering several types of products as services in combination) while creating new forms of revenue models based on data from products or services. In this context, since IoT technologies allow connecting physical and virtual processes, they play an essential role in BMI and so they are intrinsically interconnected. In the context of emerging countries, digital technologies, including IoT, have the potential to increase and democratize access to services and products, thus promoting growth and development. In this panel we will discuss real applications of IOT and BMI and their potential for promoting growth and development considering the context of Brazil as an emerging economy"

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Future of Internet: the EU /US Next Generation of Internet Initiatives

  • Latif Ladid   Vinton G. Cerf   Fabrice Clari   Glenn Ricart  

In our global context, the Next Generation Internet, an initiative launched by the European Commission back in 2016, will be successful only if a worldwide consensus is found, enabling a Human-centric Internet. To that end, collaboration between the EU and the US is essential, both areas being strongly committed to develop the future of Internet and to shape a sustainable landscape for NGI developments. Indeed, the NGI initiative should design specific actions for policy collaboration, shared technology development and interaction between user-communities, with other initiatives in the world where parts of the NGI infrastructure are designed and deployed; and the US are one of the main places where such activities are held. Think NEXUS – Think tank for the collaboration on NEXt generation internet between EU-US – is a European Commission (Horizon 2020 research program) project that aims to reinforce EU-US collaboration, through its dedicated Think Tank, involving major stakeholders from both sides of the Atlantic on Next Generation Internet related thematic in three focus areas: Science & Technologies; Innovation & Entrepreneurship; Policy. This 1-hour session will be dedicated to further advancing EU-US talks around technologies & policies’ priorities for cooperation.

7:00pm - 8:00pm

International Research Infrastructures - Challenges and Perspectives

  • Serge Fdida   Sébastien Ziegler  

Achieving a better world by the means of technology requires a huge amount of collaboration between all the relevant stakeholders. However, this is easier said than done. Not only technical protocols, but also regulations and research structures around the world operate with different parameters that should be synchronized. This session will discuss the challenges and accelerators of international cooperation between research infrastructures.

8:00pm - 9:00pm

Artificial Intelligence for Good

  • Thomas Hahn  

The European Strategy on Data identifies Data as an essential resource for economic growth, competitiveness, innovation, job creation and societal progress. Global investments in data-driven innovation are expected to rebound strongly from 2021 onwards, after the slow-down caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. A critical driver for emerging AI and data-driven business opportunities is the significant growth of data volume and the rates at which it is generated. By 2025, there will be more than 175 zettabytes of data, reflecting a five times growth of data from 2018 to 2025. A lot has been said about business opportunities of using AI, but there is increasing attention to AI and Data potential for social good, for example, contributing to achieving the UN social development goals and the environmental goals of the EU Green New Deal. This session will provide an overview of the strategy on AI for Europe, looking at measures, mechanisms and policies to make data available, to use AI in the context of European values and to capture value for business, society and people. The session will also provide a glimpse on the American vision on AI and will allow speakers to debate on their synergies and differences, looking at the identification of collaboration opportunities.

9:00pm - 10:00pm

Next Generation Internet

  • Dr. Mirko Presser   James Clarke   Sara Pittonet Gaiarin  

Launched in 2016, the Next Generation Internet (NGI) initiative aims to shape the development of the Internet of tomorrow into an Internet of Humans that responds to people’s fundamental needs, including trust, security and inclusion, and reflects the European values and norms. At the heart of the initiative is a number of Research and Innovation Actions that are acting as intermediaries, which utilizes 80% of their budget for funding individual open call projects by third-party researchers, developers, hi-tech start-ups/SMEs to advance the work in NGI topics, such as Privacy and Trust enhancing technologies; Decentralized data governance; Discovery and identification technologies; Strengthening internet trustworthiness with electronic identities; Service and data portability; Open Internet architecture renovation, and EU-US collaboration on NGI. In this session, we are going to focus on giving the opportunity to a number of the third-party projects funded by two of the NGI RIAs, NGIatlantic.eu (EU-US collaboration on NGI) and NGI Pointer (Open Internet architecture renovation), a chance to present their project ideas to the global audience of the 24 hour-long digitalaroundtheworld.org event.

10:00pm - 11:00pm

Enablers for Digital Transformation

  • Dan Isaacs   Stephen Mellor  

The IoT technology shift is driving convergence across applications and industries. For many deployments this requires convergence of new modern SCADA solutions and integration with IoT Cloud Platforms at the Edge.In this session attendees will learn: Fundamental change for polling to Publish/ Subscribe resulting in popularity of protocols like MQTT How modern SCADA providers are evolving their offerings at the Edge Architecture for a flexible Edge Ecosystem on embedded Linux/ Arm devices How to integrate with IoT Cloud Platforms like Azure and AWS at the Edge After establishing the foundation of accessing data, how to extend with Device management and Edge analytics to manage data at the edge Finally, a look into how a collaborative ecosystem fostering open integration can deliver the most benefit

11:00pm - 12:00am

Technology for the environment and biodiversity - The Australian perspective

  • Marimuthu Swami Palaniswami   Arkady Zavslasky  

12:00am - 1:00am

Society 5.0: Smart Cities & 5G

  • Dr. Antonio Skarmeta   Andrea Detti   Hidenori Nakazato  

Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest topics in the field of communications and computing. Many cloud providers offer cloud/edge services for IoT, to handle big data, to apply AI technologies, to support massive IoT devices, and to provide low-latency control. At the same time 5G cellular networks have Massive IoT as reference scenario, for which a huge number of smart sensors/actuators must be connected to low latency. Cloud and edge computing on the one and 5G on the other hand push for an IoT cloud continuum aimed at simplifying the integration, development and delivery processes of future, cloud-native, IoT applications, also considering related security and privacy issues. This session will cover the results of the Fed4IoT an EU-Japan H2020 project, where the solution based on IoT and 5G smart deployment scenario has been investigated.

1:00am - 2:00am

Smart Ageing

  • Stephan Haller   Keiichi Yasumoto  

How to best deal with ageing populations has become one of the pressing challenges in highly developed democratic societies, like the ones in Europe and Japan. Besides administering better health care, empowering older people to self-manage, fostering a culture of care in the community, and facilitating social participation are key. The session will address how modern technology solutions combined with the the concepts of the compassionate city and caring communities can address these challenges and help to realize a Society 5.0. Solutions in the area of Smart Ageing need not only to be technically feasible, but user acceptance, inter-cultural aspects and plausible business models must also be addressed.

2:00am - 3:00am

Future Generation of Mobile Communications

  • Jemin Chung   Taesang Choi  

This session will provide three interesting talks on future generation of mobile communications. The first talk will share real world experiences by KT on their 5G network and services deployed in republic of Korea for more than a year. The second talk will cover research and development efforts and government policies on autonomous vehicles in V2X environment associated with 5G in Korea. Last talk will provide an insight into future mobile communications in terms of 6G vision and its enabling technologies.

3:00am - 4:00am

IPv6 and 5G Convergence

  • Liu Dong  

Over the past several years, 5G has transformed from a concept spoken about at conferences to a reality with numerous deployments being rolled out across the globe. The technology will completely change the communications landscape, paving the way for new revenues and services that were not previously possible. For operators, the growth in 5G connectivity has the potential to be extremely lucrative. As 5G becomes more available to consumers and businesses, IoT products that require this level of connectivity will grow in popularity, such as autonomous cars and devices for smart cities. The low latency and high capacity will not only enable new devices to the market but also enhance existing service value and revenues. That being said, the 5G development cannot happen without the support of massive deployment of IPv6. As a result, the IoT industry is on the right track because of scalability that IPv6 can bring. This session introduces IPv6 and 5G convergence in China and demonstrates some of the best practices that this nation incubates with more than 900 million Internet users as well as the potential opportunities.

4:00am - 5:00am

Smart Cities, Smart Health: the Covid-19 Lessons

  • Mr. Stanley Wang   Sureswaran Ramadass   Mr Jason Bay  

Covid-19 has caused a global pandemic with catastrophic consequences, both in people's health and in the economy. It has been an unforeseen event that has changed the way of relating, working, trading or enjoying leisure. It has also caused collapses in hospitals and national health systems around the world. However, some Smart Cities seem to have resisted this situation more effectively. The session will raise the lessons that Singapore has learned from the pandemic and that it can share with the world.

5:00am - 6:00am

IPv6 and 5G Convergence and its impact on Smart Cities Large Scale Projects in India

  • Satya N. Gupta  

The Journey of India to the top of IPV6 deployment table using Cross-Industry collaboration, Regulators facilitation, Government leadership, Industry support as well as opportunities provided by emerging killers applications of IPV6. Establishment of IPV6 compatible National Internet Exchange and National Internet Registry in India to fuel the IPV6 growth. Convergence of IPv6 and Emerging 5G technologies co-created through collaborative standardization approach. We will also discuss about the scalability of the smart cities projects in India and make a first balance of the different initiatives.

6:00am - 7:00am

IoT & Emerging Technologies on the Airline Industry

  • Ajith Balakumar   Cyril Jean   Siddharta Butalia   Veeresh Erched  

The main goal of this panel discussion is to identify impact of technology in recovering the Airline industry. Specifically on how to boost revenue and improve passengers’ confidence using technology. Panel will share their views on on-board Sales, on-board entertainment, integrated revenue generation systems, post-COVID airline industry etc. At the end of the session, panellists will take questions from the audience.

7:00am - 8:00am

IoT New Developments in Africa bridging the Digital Divide

  • Marco Zennaro   Didacienne Mukanyiligira   Ramy Fathy  

Despite the promise of low cost IoT networks to support applications relevant to Africa, not many large networks have been deployed so far in the continent. We want to discuss the reasons that limit the growth of IoT networks in the region, including regulatory and business aspects. Analyzing case studies we want to find out what are the conditions to make an IoT project a success.

8:00am - 9:00am

IoT Applications for the water sector

  • Nicolas Caradot   Fredrik Hallgren   Juan Fernandez   Dr. Anastasios Karakostas  

Water is the elixir for life. While some parts of the world can access water easily and at an economical rate, others pray for water consumption on a daily basis as they face water scarcity regularly. This irregularity in the water supply is troubling numerous lives across the world and threatening the healthy life for our future generations. In such situations, immediate actions are required to be taken. Here, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a one-stop solution that has the capability of attending different water-related challenges and to solve them eventually. The session offers a look into various IoT technologies developed in the framework of EU Horizon 2020 funded projects and presents promising IoT application in the smart water sector.

9:00am - 10:00am

Closing - 24 visions for a better world

  • Sébastien Ziegler   Latif Ladid   Dr Srdjan Krčo   Dr. Mirko Presser   Stephen Mellor   Akihiro Nakao  

Digital Around the World will complete its one-day virtual trip around the planet with a conclusive ceremony, giving voice to representatives of all the regions and sharing the learnings of the previous 24 hours of connecting over the world. That will make 24 visions of how digital transformation is improving the world and helping mankind have a better tomorrow.

20-21 October 2020 | 24 Hours Connecting Over the World

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The IoT Forum will coordinate a main track of top-level sessions. Partners, projects and sponsors will also have the possibility to autonomously organize complementary sessions in a parallel programme.

From 9:00 am on 20 October

27 Sessions from Europe, Americas, Asia/Pacific

Participants profile: Industry representatives, experts, top-level researchers and specialized media

IOT EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

Emerging Technologies for digital transformation

Global Data Market Place – from vision to reality

Smart Farming for SDGs & Global Challenges for Large Scale IoT Agri Projects

Next Generation Internet of Things

IPv6 and 5G Convergence

Cybersecurity / Ledger Technologies

Robotics

Future Generation of Mobile Communications

Connected Vehicles

Smart Industry – IoT Industry in the Era of Data Economy

IoT and Business Model Innovation for Growth

Technologies for the Good

Global Data Market Place – from vision to reality

Smart Farming for SDGs & Global Challenges for Large Scale IoT Agri Projects

Next Generation Internet of Things

IPv6 and 5G Convergence

Cybersecurity / Ledger Technologies

Robotics

Future Generation of Mobile Communications

Connected Vehicles
Smart Industry – IoT Industry in the Era of Data Economy

IoT and Business Model Innovation for Growth

International Cooperation

International Cooperation in Research and Innovation

Global Data Market Place – from vision to reality

Smart Farming for SDGs & Global Challenges for Large Scale IoT Agri Projects

Next Generation Internet of Things

IPv6 and 5G Convergence

Cybersecurity / Ledger Technologies

Robotics

Future Generation of Mobile Communications

Connected Vehicles

Smart Industry – IoT Industry in the Era of Data Economy

IoT and Business Model Innovation for Growth

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