Embedded IoT Press and Partners Keynote Sessions at Sensors Expo

  Embedded IoT Press & Partners Keynote Sessions  

Advantech invitesyou to attend the Embedded IoT Press and Partners Keynote Sessions at Sensors Expo in San Jose, CA. Discover innovation and learn more firsthand about our embedded IoT and solution ready platforms from our expert staff together with guest speakers from ARM, Semtech, STMicroelectronics and PNI Sensor Corporation will lead the sessions, with the primary goal to provide insight into our IoT ecosystem partner programs, and highlight a number of IoT Solution Ready Platforms (SRP). Together, we help solve IoT application challenges, making it easier to get your IoT solution to market.

  Join us and discover the next wave of IoT sharing platforms  
Time Topic Presenter
1:30-1:45PM Introduction
Advantech IoT Ecosystem Partner Programs
Gus Molina
IoT Solutions Architect, Advantech
1:45-2:00PM Keynote I, ARM mbed
Explore ARM mbed's IoT Device Platform
Charlene Marini
VP of New Business Development, ARM
2:00-2:15PM Keynote II, Semtech:
Benefits of LoRa Technology
Vivek Mohan
Director of Marketing, Semtech
2:15-2:35PM Keynote III, STMicroelectronics
Utilizing an Ecosystem to Build Smarter Personal Devices, Homes, Cities, and Manufacturing
Francesco Doddo
AME IoT System Development and Support Manager, STMicroelectronics
2:35-2:55PM Advantech Sensor Nodes & Gateway Solutions
LoRa Integration
Charlie Wu
Product Supervisor, Advantech
2:55-3:05PM IoT Software Platform - WISE-PaaS Marketplace Charlie Wu
Product Supervisor, Advantech
3:05-3:20PM Customer Case Study Sharing:
Anatomy of a Smart Parking Solution
Robin Stoecker
Director of Marketing, PNI Sensor Corporation
2:55-3:30PM Q&A Team
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