March Innovation Review & Roundtable on Energy

March Innovation Review & Roundtable on Energy

  • Thursday, March 15, 2018

    Innovation Review

    8:30 AM 
    Breakfast, Introductions & Demo Tables
    Demo Tables are set up by today's startups, products, and interested members to introduce their technologies and answer questions. If there are extra tables, they will be available first-come, first-served to the public for $500 during registration.
    9:00 AM 
    Startup Introductions & Pitches
    This month we will hear from 4 startups from across the IoT ecosystem and each have 10 minutes to pitch their company. Some are looking for partners, some are open to investment, and some are ready to deploy Segments include:.
    • Connected Home
    • Water Metering
    • Air Quality
    • Security
    10:00 AM 
    Startup Demos & Networking
    Use this break to visit the Demo Tables and connect with IoT Forum Members and guests. Flip over your agenda to the attendee list and put some faces to those names. As always, Forum staff are happy to help you connect with the people you want to meet.
    10:30 AM 
    Product Pitches
    This month we will hear from 3 innovative products who will be introduced to the IoT Forum in short 10 minute presentations. These new IoT products and services are already on the market and ready to buy. Segments include:
    • Energy Efficiency
    • Energy Sustainability
    • AI

    IoT Roundtable

    11:30 AM 
    Customer Case Study - Energy
    Itron will share how their IoT solution is enabling a utility to make the business changes necessary today to improve efficiency, reliability, and customer service while reducing costs.
    11:50 AM 
    Lunch & Networking
    IoT Forum opens registration for its lunch session to non-members who are interested in hearing from this month's Buyers Panel and connecting with IoT Forum Members.
    12:20 PM 
    Roundtable on Energy
    This month our experts from different segments within Gas and Energy will share their diverse set of product needs for IoT. We start with questions from participants, focus in on the business and technology challenges for IoT in the energy industry and then challenge our experts to address as many as they can. This format is fast, fun, informative, and VERY interactive.

    • Sonita Lontoh, VP of Strategic Marketing, Digital Grid at Siemens
    • Andrew Bright, Head of Strategy and Business Development for the ABB Power Grids Division
    • Ulf Lindqvist, Sr. Technical Director at SRI
    • Matthew C. King, Manager, Global Sales & Business Development at FogHorn
    1:30 PM