6-8 Feb 2017


Kai Wähner

Presentation: Comparison of Open Source Frameworks for Integrating the Internet of Things

Kai Wähner, TIBCO

(PDF) This session shows and compares open source frameworks built to develop very lightweight applications or microservices, which can be deployed on small devices with very low resources and wire together all different kinds of hardware devices, APIs and online services. The focus of this session is the comparison of open source projects such as Node-RED or Flogo, which offer a zero-code environment with web IDE for building and deploying integration and data processing directly onto connected devices using IoT standards such as MQTT, WebSockets or CoaP, but also other interfaces such as Twitter feeds or REST services. The end of the session compares these open source projects to other options such as SaaS offerings like AWS IoT or more powerful streaming analytics platforms.

Kevin Hoyt

Keynote: Crossing the IoT Chasm

Kevin Hoyt, IBM

I gave my first IoT presentation over a decade ago. The response was overwhelming, and I've been waiting for the IoT tidal wave to land ever since. Strangely, it has not. Why not? Fast-forward through those ten years, and I have learned countless lessons. Join me as I review the strengths and weakness of hardware platforms designed to get you to market, examine how Big Data may just hold the key to IoT success, and glimpse at an AI-powered future.

Jonas Wåhslén

Presentation: Device-to-Device Sensor Communication in Home Healthcare

Jonas Wåhslén, KTH School of Technology and Health

(PDF) My grandmother “the cyborg” , has titanic screws in her right foot, shoulder joint replacement in both hear shoulders, spinal fusion, a quintuple bypass and she is a competitive fisher The talk is about IoT's roll and possibility for working AAL(ambient assisted living) in general. And in detailed how to make a Smartphone-Centric Device-to-Device Sensor Communication for User Mobility in AAL. That could provide a mobility , flexibility and reliability system in order to avoid the risk of losing critical data. Data that may be safe life. How can we built a system will let my grandmother be able to have the same safety and direct access to her healthcare provider when she is fishing, new trophy put on her shelf , as would she be at home watching fishes on discovery channel.

Pär Sikö

Presentation: Internet of Things and Business Models

Pär Sikö, Jayway

(PDF) How can you use Internet of Things to reinvent your business model? To answer the question you need to fully understand the changes that IoT will bring to your business. In this session we'll examine businesses that have successfully adopted IoT and reflect on what made them successful.
This session includes several examples of successful IoT transformations and maturity model. We will also compare traditional and IoT business models and explanin where the business value is in IoT.
At the end of the presentation a generic suggestion for how to transform your business, to take advantage of IoT, is presented.

Joachim Lindborg

Hands-on Lab: IoT interaction – Create an Energy and IoT mobile app in an afternoon

Joachim Lindborg, Sustainable Innovation

Visualisations, Interactions and feedback are core technologies to retain a sustainable future. Interaction between users and IoT data and devices can make big behavioural changes. During the hands-on session we will combine the Evothings development environment with open energy http://op-en.se tools. You will be using MQTT, socket.io, animation.js and XMPP. You will create your own mobile app that you can deploy in appstore. If you take part in the pre-noon session you will be able to take your IoT device data into your private mobile app. Evothings http://evothings.com and Sustainable Innovation http://sust.se

Shahid Raza

Presentation: Is IoT security a nightmare?

Shahid Raza, SICS

(PDF) The future Internet will be an IPv6 network interconnecting traditional computers and a large number of smart objects or networks. This Internet of Things (IoT) will be the foundation of many services and our daily life will depend on its availability and reliable operations. Therefore, among many other issues, the challenge of implementing secure communication in the IoT must be addressed. Providing security is challenging in the Internet and in tradition resource-constrained Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). It is even more challenging to enable security services in the IoT. This talk will discuss these challenges and address solutions to overcome these challenges.

Jeroen Resoort

Presentation: Mission to Mars: Exploring new worlds with AWS IoT

Jeroen Resoort, JDriven

(PDF) Would you like to explore new worlds with your connected devices? In this presentation we will build a simple robot and connect to it remotely, receiving data and sending instructions over the internet. Just like the Pathfinder spacecraft and its Sojourner Mars rover, our little robot will boldly travel into uncharted territory. In a live demo, our robot will explore the session room and transmit all kinds of sensor data. We will visualise that data in a web UI. With the Mars robot use case, we explore the capabilities of the Amazon IoT platform. AWS IoT comes with easy to use APIs and arranges secure communication with our robot. Are you curious about how to connect your devices to the cloud? Take this journey and find out if this mission will lead to new discoveries.

Maarten Mulders

Presentation: Outsmarting the Smart Meter

Maarten Mulders, Info Support

(PDF) Starting 2014, all Dutch households will receive a “smart meter” to replace their old meter systems for electricity and gas. They’re called “smart”, but are they really? Most meters just send their data to a central point using GPRS. Using third party services, consumers can get an insight in their energy usage. But we’re technicians, we can build something better ourselves. All it takes is a prefab cable (or some soldering), code, patience and a beer. Using Scala plus Akka for the backend, ES6 plus React for the frontend and Websockets for communication you can build your own energy dashboard. In this session we’ll discover how to outsmart the Smart Meter!

Stephen Chin

Presentation: Raspberry Pi with Java 9

Stephen Chin, Oracle

This presentation is designed to help you use your Java programming skills to create hobby projects using the Raspberry Pi as an inexpensive (35 USD) interface to the physical world. We will teach the concepts by demonstrating examples with working projects and source code. Coming out of this session you will have the knowledge you need to start building your own embedded projects for your home or office, and can leverage your Java programming skills to connect it to the Internet of Things. Start building the future now with Java 9 Embedded technology.

Ioannis Glaropoulos

Presentation: Revolutionizing the IoT with Bluetooth 5

Ioannis Glaropoulos, Nordic Semiconductor ASA

(PDF) With 4x range, 2x speed, and 8x data broadcasting capacity, Bluetooth 5 is revolutionizing how people will experience the Internet of Things (IoT). In this talk we will give a detailed insight into the core enhancements made in Bluetooth 5. We will focus on explaining how these enhancements offer IoT application developers the flexibility to build reliable and efficient IoT solutions adjusted for a variety of wireless environments and end products. We will also discuss how Bluetooth 5 can influence the design of IoT large-scale network topologies, bringing large home and enterprise IoT networks one step closer to reality.

Niklas Gawell

Quickie: The joy and misery of connecting a car to the internet

Niklas Gawell, Springworks AB

(PDF) Modern cars are sometimes described as computers on wheels. With close to a hundred computation units and equally numerous sensors and output devices they are actually more of a computer network one wheels. Each car manufacturer has their way of putting it all together, and the hardware configuration varies from model to model and from year to year. Connecting a car to the internet promises a lot of interesting features, but connecting a random car poses a non trivial problem. I will give a short introduction to the mess of communicating with a modern car, the standards that tries to adress the mess and hopefully a glimpse of what one could achieve when successful.


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