September 29 @ 11:30 am
Technology trends in the future of IoT applications
The growing complexity of IoT applications requires increasingly advanced and dedicated systems. In this session, we will explore the newly released embedded hardware and software solutions that meet the growing requirements of security, connectivity, ease of management, analysis and development.
Chairman: Antonio Cirella, Journalist
🟢 11:30 am Opening remarks by the chairman
🟢 11:35 am eSIM: Global Future-Proofed Connectivity
Milena Milosevic, Business Development Director, Kore
From fleet to industrial equipment, smart meters, home appliances, healthcare applications, and more, all types of industries can achieve substantial improvements using eSIM as part of their IoT ecosystem. Join us as we discuss how you can install one SIM, one time – and enjoy coverage wherever it’s needed and connectivity that lasts the entire device lifecycle with KORE eSIM technology.
🟢 11:50 am IoT Global Connectivity
Feliciano Micillo, Product Manager Mobile Services, Sparkle
Businesses and government agencies are embracing a digital transformation that reinvents business models to better serve customers and drive new growth streams. In the IoT landscape, multi country (fully managed) IoT connectivity solutions allow companies to collect and analyze data flows and interact with them, thus providing the possibility to monitor, manage and control their own resources and assets in continuous movement or present in many countries, creating undoubted benefits in terms of efficiency and productivity.
🟢 12:05 pm Is data collection in IoT applications a foregone conclusion?
Gino Cecchettin, Founder & Managing Director, 4Next
The fundamental principle of all IoT applications is data collection. Sometimes this function within an IoT project, even a small one, is an almost obvious step. However, it often hides pitfalls that can compromise the outcome of the application.
The growing need to collect application data also brings with it the challenge of doing so reliably and easily under any conditions. In our speech we will analyze the main needs, critical issues and possible solutions that can be adopted.
🟢 12:20 pm Battery as IoT core
Luca Negri, CEO, GP Battery Marketing Italy
Batteries are becoming more and more important in IOT applications, we are moving from disposable batteries to rechargeable batteries.
The latter are increasingly at the center of the GPBM Italy green project
🟢 12:35 pm Low Power Embedded IoT Design: towards the power autonomy
Andrea Ricci, Co-founder and CEO, Reloc
A large part of IoT devices is battery powered, this represents a strong constraint in terms of the autonomy of the devices and poses significant maintenance, cost and environmental sustainability problems for the disposal of accumulators.
Thanks to the continuous evolution of microelectronic technologies, it is now possible to design embedded IoT devices with extremely low consumption that allow to significantly extend the battery life and make them compatible with energy harvesting systems, up to allowing the creation of completely autonomous devices.
🟢 12:50 pm Wi-Fi Combos Solutions
Mauro Bottura, Connected Secure Systems Marketing SW Europe, Infineon
Wireless connectivity products under the new INFINEON brand are used in a wide variety of different IoT applications. Wi-Fi Combos Solutions with the support of a global partner ecosystem enables support and development for your IoT application.
🟢 1:05 pm Closing remarks – end of session
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