Satellite and the IoT Connection ... October 7th - 2020
IoT . IIoT . IoV . M2M . V2V ... LTE . 5G . 6G
The inclusion of space-based communications including hybrid fleets in the connectivity mix, would seem to be the only feasible way to network billions of devices scattered across the globe and capture all the data (big data) produced. They would therefore not just support, but be integral to, the development of the IoT sector. This programme will cover various enabling solutions to achieve ubiquitous, pole to pole connectivity.
Produced by: Paul Stahl, Executive Director, C21
Moderated by: Peter de Selding, Co-Founder & Chief Editor, Space Intel Report
Session 1. October 7 ... 14.00 (BST (GMT + 1))
Satellite and the IoT Connection: Setting the Context
Peter de Selding, Co-Founder & Chief Editor, Space Intel Report
Peter is a Co-Founder and editor for SpaceIntelReport.com. He started SpaceIntelReport in 2017 after 26 years as the Paris Bureau Chief for SpaceNews where he covered the commercial satellite, launch and the international space businesses. He is widely considered the preeminent reporter in the space industry and is a must read for space executives. Follow Peter @pbdes
Future Cars - Source & Destination of High Volume Data (download)
Tapan Trivedi, Cross Car-Line Vehicle Specification, Connectivity & Autonomous Cars, Nissan Motor Corporation
Tapan is currently working with the Product Planning team at Nissan Europe, where he is responsible for vehicle specifications across all Nissan models produced in Europe, for both European and non-European markets.
In his previous role at Nissan Europe, he was responsibile for the connected car program’s profitability and competitiveness. In that role he studied new business opportunities, developed business models, managed costs, and recommended and supported the company’s strategy with connected cars.
The Role of IoT in the Delivery of Humanitarian Initiatives (download)
Fabrice Lauper, Head of ICT innovation, International Committee Red Cross
Fabrice is passionate about launching and delivering digital transformation, process improvement and innovation projects in international and multi-cultural environments. He is always interested in the big picture and likes to investigate and solve complex problems.
Reflections on IoT for Future Transport and Cities
Kevin Vincent, Director, Centre for Connected and Autonomous Automotive Research Institute for Future Transport and Cities
Kevin has a background in engineering simulation and optimisation and his particular passion is automated and sustainable low carbon transport and transportation systems with the objective of promoting research and impact in new environmentally sustainable forms of mobility.
IoT by Satellite on the 21st Century Connected Rail Network (download)
Robert Gardner, Senior Innovation Engineer, Network Rail Telecom
Robert is recognized for promoting and precipitating the technology change within Network Rail (the UK rail infrastructure company), implementing modern carrier-grade MPLS/IP networking to provide a safe and secure ‘connected railway’ fit for the 21st Century. He gains personal satisfaction from the challenge of developing and delivering innovative, disruptive, forward-thinking, cost-effective, safety-led engineering excellence as part of a strong and diverse team.
Session 2. October 7 ... 15.30 (BST (GMT + 1))
Wearable Technology and Remote Monitoring – Is 5G Ready for It? (download)
Anders Strömberg, Director Head of Wearable Platform Division, Sony Network Communications Europe
Anders heads a business entity within Sony that provides solutions leveraging 4G/5G IoT communication technology for application areas such as mobile health and safety. The vision is to be a facilitator and front-runner for next-generation health and wellness solutions.
Anders has a background from the med tech industry and has worked in several major companies, among them Hewlett-Packard, Siemens and HemoCue. Anders has also experience from the telecom and cybersecurity industry where he has worked in several start-up companies providing application platforms, application and consulting since 2000. This includes companies like Advenica, Appium/Aepona, MIMT, Heyhop, Bluelabs and moveAround. Anders has held management functions within business development, R&D and product management.
Lessons from the Field (download)
David Burr, Vice President, Business Development, Comtech EF Data
David develops strategies and applications to address the maritime and satellite operator market verticals. Burr is passionate about the role of efficiency and its application to satellite communications technology and business models. As a 30-year veteran of the satellite communications industry, he previously served in various Product Management, Sales Engineering and Project Management roles at SES, O3b, New Skies, Polarsat, Comstream and GTE. Burr holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Boston University.
Avoiding IoT Project Failures (download)
Martin Killian, Senior IOT Solutions Architect, Speedcast
Martin is a satellite communications veteran and business leader, now unlocking the value of connectivity to enable "Things" in IOT to move Big Data, connecting to Cloud and other parts of the data ecosystem to provide customers with analytics and Business Intelligence. Identifying customer value proposition for their data sets, then designing end to end solutions requires a broad skill set across RF interfaces, data protocols, software deployments, computing workloads, and most importantly working with the people who design and support these systems.
Enabling IoT Solutions to Connect Remote Assets via Satellite (download)
Luc Perard, Senior Vice President IoT Business, Eutelsat
Luc Perard has over 18 years of continuous experience in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry, during which he has driven global strategy, sales and business development at Siemens, Jasper, Vodafone, Accenture, PTC and now Eutelsat, one of the world's leading commercial satellite operators.
Mr. Perard currently serves as Eutelsat's Senior Vice President of IoT Business. In this role, Mr. Perard defines and executes the company's IoT commercial and go-to-market strategies globally. He leads the IoT business development activities and forges key partnerships with the most prestigious IoT solution providers, network operators and vendors across the world.
Mr. Perard has studied at Harvard Business School in Boston, MA, McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and holds a Master of Science in Industrial Engineering and Management from Grenoble Institute of Technology in France.
Registered Delegates (20-08-2020)
Advanced Electronic Support Svcs.
Aerospace Technology Institute
Agencia Espacial Mexicana (AEM)
Algerian Space Agency
All India Radio
Amazon Web Services
Ankara Provincial Directorate of Health
Emergency Health Services
APT Satellite (APSTAR)
Asia Broadcast Satellite (ABS)
Backbone Connectivity Network
BP / Sonatrach
Centre Autonomous Connected Vehicles
CGI IT UK Ltd
Clutch Space Systems
Comtech EF Data
Cyfrowy Polsat SA
Deutsche Bahn Engineering
Ethiopian (Ethio) Telecom
ETL Systems Ltd
ENL (Sao Paolo)
European Space Agency
Ford Motor Company
Gilat Satellite Networks
Hi Capabilities Telecom (Riyadh)
Institute for Future Transport and Cities
International Committee Red Cross
IRT Saint Exupery
Israel Sweden CoC
Kuwaiit National Petroleum Co. (KNPC)
Lekha Wireless Solutions
Metric Consulting Pte Ltd
Mobile Internet Ltd.
Modus Operandi Limited
National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)
National Iranian South Oil Company
NEC Europe Ltd.
Network Rail Telecom
Nigerian Airspace M'ment Agency
Nigerian National Petroleum Company
Nissan Motor Corp
Orange Business Services
Orbita Telecom SAC
Outsource IT Management
Product Value Marketing
Pontifical Catholic Uni Rio de Janeiro
Realtime Remote Connectivity Svcs
Russian Satellite Communications Co.
Satellite Evolution Group
Sat - IoT Centre
Satelio IoT Services
Shell Petroleum Development Co. Nigeria
Sky and Space Global
SLM General Enterprises
SOS Children's Villages
Space Generation Advisory Council
Space Intel Report
ST Engineering iDirect
Target for Medical Equipment
Tasmanian Water (TasWater)
Thales Alenia Space UK
The Traville Group
University of Surrey
WS Satellite Marine Services