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Friday, March 13 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Network All the Things: What About Infrastructure?

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Designing sensors into new physical infrastructure - office and residential buildings, transportation, factories, power plants, harbors, etc. - or retrofitting sensors into existing physical infrastructure presents much different challenges than designing rapidly outdated, disposable wearables. Smart infrastructure has to function as intended for years or decades. Often peoples' lives depend on smart infrastructure functioning properly. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) service delivery to smart infrastructure is a complex system-of-systems that behaves much differently than the Human Internet of Things (HIoT). Hear how different the IIoT is from HIoT, and why the short term opportunity for IIoT is so much greater than wearables and other solutions looking for a problem in the HIoT... for those who understand the infrastructure rules of the game. Moorinsights is hosting this panel

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Speakers
avatar for Dave Friedman

Dave Friedman

Co-Founder & CEO, Ayla Networks
David Friedman is the CEO and co-founder of Ayla Networks, a leading end-to-end cloud platform for the Internet of Things. Prior to founding Ayla Networks, David served as Vice President, business development for ZeroG Wireless, a company providing low-power Wi-Fi products to the embedded space. In that role, David forged partnerships with leading micro-controller companies, and built relationships with OEMs serving a variety of markets including... Read More →
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Mike Krell

Industry Analyst, Moor Insights & Strategy
I have a passion for all things electronic and Have spent more than 30 years working and playing with hardware, software, PCs, laptops, handhelds, and home electronics. I fondly remembers my Heathkits, IBM PC AT, Sharp Wizard, Apple Newton, X10 controllers and first Android phone. My current focus is the Internet of Things [IoT] both the Human and Industrial Side. Specifically I focus on Home Automation, wearables, wireless technologies... Read More →
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Menko de Roos

CEO, Xicato Incorporated
After 10 years with Philips Lighting in a variety of technical and general management functions throughout intercontinental locations, Menko joined Lumileds Lighting in 1999 at the start of the expanded JV as a member of the executive staff in Silicon Valley. At Philips, Menko held executive roles responsible for operations in Belgium, plant management in China and concluded as GM/MD for Alpignano Lamps, the global leader in appliance lighting... Read More →
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Ron Sege

CEO, Echelon Corporation
Ron Sege has served as a Director of Echelon, President, and Chief Executive Officer since August 2010, and he has been Chairman of the Board of Directors since October 2011. Before Echelon, he served as President, Chief Operating Officer, and Board member of 3 Com Corporation from 2008 through its acquisition by HP. Earlier, Ron was President and Chief Executive Officer of Tropos Networks, Inc., a provider of wireless broadband networks... Read More →


Friday March 13, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm
JW Marriott Room 208 110 E 2nd St

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