GSMA IoT at European Utility Week 2019

Start: Tuesday 12 November 2019 9:00 am

End: Thursday 14 November 2019 5:00 pm

Venue: Stand P150, Pavilion 1, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles

Location: Paris, France

European Utility Week is the leading industry event for all key players in the smart energy ecosystem to come together and discuss European strategy for a smooth transition towards a low carbon energy supply. This event, an expected audience of over 18,000 international power and smart energy professionals are expected to visit over 800 exhibiting companies, including the companies from the power generation sector and attend a complete programme addressing the challenges around the transitioning generation mix right through to the consumer.

GSMA IoT will present some of the leading utility and energy solutions using mobile technology, including Mobile IoT (LTE-M & NB-IoT), Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Analytics, and more to highlight how they are the key enablers for transforming the new and sustainable energy. Please join us:

IoT Demo Exhibition

Demo Partner Operator / Ecosystem Partner Demonstration Technology

Predict-Adapt
Predict Adapt is a complete predictive maintenance solution designed for the critical assets of electric and water utilities.
3G
4G

Smart Gas Grids & NB-IoT
NB-IoT is getting gas system connected

Summit Programme – Digital Technologies Solving Problems

Topic: How Edge Computing is enabling new mobile services for the utility sector

  • Date: Wednesday, 13 November 2019 (Event Day 2)
  • Time: 16:00 – 16:20
  • Venue: Summit Room 2
  • Speaker:

    Neill Young

    IoT Emerging Enablers Lead, GSMA

    Neill Young

    Neill is IoT Enablers Lead in the IoT team at the GSMA, working with mobile operators on Edge Computing for IoT. He has over 10 years experience of building M2M and IoT services and ecosystems within both mobile network operators and vertical service providers. Neill has been involved with programmes such as the rollout of smart meters and smart grid, introduction of connectivity for the first connected cars and development of several IoT strategies and standards for the home and city. He has most recently worked with mobile operators on building their smart city strategies. As IoT Enablers Lead, Neill is currently working on new roles for mobile operators in the IoT market that are being enabled by emerging technologies such as Edge Computing, Distributed Ledger and 5G.

Partner Speaking Session: Hub Programme – Cybersecurity

Topic: Secure your digital identities and enable a trustworthy IoT and 5G ecosystem

  • Date: Tuesday, 12 November 2019 (Event Day 1)
  • Time: 14:00 – 14:30
  • Venue: Theatre 7
  • Speaker:

    Sharath Muddaiah

    Director, Strategic Solutions & IoT, G+D Mobile Security

    Sharath Muddaiah

GSMA IoT Networking Reception

  • Date: Wednesday, 13 November 2019 (Event Day 2)
  • Time: 17:00 – 18:30
  • Venue: Stand P150, GSMA Exhibition Stand
  • This is complimentary. No prior registration is required.

IoT Industry Partners in the European Utility Week

Partner Stand Location Get in Touch
N/A Get in Touch with Altair Semiconductor
J70 Get in Touch with Cisco
F100 Get in Touch with Gemalto
N/A Get in Touch with G+D Mobile Security
J120 Get in Touch with Itron
P141 Get in Touch with Neoway
K160 Get in Touch with Nokia
H173 Get in Touch with Nordic Semiconductor
P80 Get in Touch with NXP Semiconductors
J150 Get in Touch with Pietro Fiorentini
J130 Get in Touch with Quectel
H100 Get in Touch with Sierra Wireless
J173 Get in Touch with Telit
J104 Get in Touch with u-blox

Meet GSMA IoT at European Utility Week

Neill Young

IoT Emerging Enablers Lead, GSMA

Neill Young

Neill is IoT Enablers Lead in the IoT team at the GSMA, working with mobile operators on Edge Computing for IoT. He has over 10 years experience of building M2M and IoT services and ecosystems within both mobile network operators and vertical service providers. Neill has been involved with programmes such as the rollout of smart meters and smart grid, introduction of connectivity for the first connected cars and development of several IoT strategies and standards for the home and city. He has most recently worked with mobile operators on building their smart city strategies. As IoT Enablers Lead, Neill is currently working on new roles for mobile operators in the IoT market that are being enabled by emerging technologies such as Edge Computing, Distributed Ledger and 5G.

Sam Brown

IoT Technical Manager, GSMA

Lauren Purnell

Project Manager, Mobile IoT, GSMA

Lauren Purnell

Lauren is a Project Manager for Mobile IoT, leading on commercial deployments of Mobile IoT. Lauren has been involved in delivering a number of Mobile IoT projects, and was at the forefront of the development of the Mobile IoT Deployment Guides. Currently, Lauren is bringing together mobile operators and vendors from the Mobile IoT ecosystem to help accelerate the commercial availability of Mobile IoT globally.

Christelle Riviere

Senior Marketing Manager, IoT, GSMA

Christelle Riviere

Eric Yu

Marketing Manager, IoT, GSMA

Eric Yu

Eric is a technical and experienced go-to market lead who drives strategic marketing planning and solution marketing for Mobile IoT (LPWA) globally in the GSMA. He has grown various key industry initiatives including GSMA Innovation City technology showcase, Mobile IoT logo launches and collaborative marketing group.

Prior to joining GSMA in 2017, he was the performance marketing manager for demand generation in Cloud IaaS (SoftLayer), PaaS (Bluemix) and Cybersecurity in IBM, directing US$500k annual marketing investment.

With diversified solution marketing expertise in Windows, Office 365, virtualisation, tablets and mobile handsets, he also managed segment and stakeholder marketing in education and public sector in Microsoft.

He holds a master’s degree in marketing and a degree in industrial & systems engineering.

Grace Capenter

Project Manager, Mobile IoT, GSMA

Grace Capenter