How to Develop Low Power Consumer Solutions with Cellular IoT: CES19
As a low cost solution that provides long battery lives and extended indoors and outdoors coverage, cellular low power wide area (LPWA) technologies are set to reshape the mass market for IoT consumer electronics.
With networks, tariffs, modules and developer toolkits at the ready, all it needs are innovative product and solution developers to build the next generation of consumer devices.
Join this interactive showcase for a unique opportunity to
- Learn about the potential, use cases and technical capabilities of cellular LPWA
- Find out about available developer frameworks and what the industry can do for you
- Talk to real product experts across the IoT value chain, from mobile operators, to module vendors and dev kit manufacturers, to infrastructure and chipset companies
How to Develop Low Power Consumer Solutions with Cellular IoT
|Time||Agenda and Speakers|
|1:00 – 2:00pm||Registration and Lunch|
|2:00 – 2:05pm||Welcome
GSMA: Amaia White, Senior Project Manager, Mobile IoT
|2:05 – 2:40pm||Low Power Cellular IoT Technologies: LTE-M and NB-IoT
Ericsson: Hani Beshara, Director, RAN Technical Solutions
• Why Cellular IoT Technology
• Business Potential and Forecast
• Use Cases and Mapping to Technology
• Ecosystem Update and Readiness
• Cellular IoT in 5G
• App Development Considerations: Power Consumption, Power Savings – RAN Features, Energy Utilization Measurement Tools, IoT Device Network On-Boarding, IoT Application Market Place
|2:40 – 2:50pm||Break|
|2:50 – 3:30pm||Cellular IoT Networks
• AT&T: Eric Thomas, Director, IoT Platform
• Sprint: Ricky Singh, Chief of Products & Solutions, IoT
• T-Mobile US: Mesut Guven, Sr. Director, IoT Technology
• Verizon: Ray Underwood, Head of IoT Global IoT Business Development
|3:30 – 3:45pm||Faster Device Development
Arm: Jan Jongboom, Principal Developer Evangelist
|3:45 – 5:00pm||Interactive Showcase with Product Experts
• AT&T: From Initial Concept to Commercial Product: AT&T Business Enables IoT Entrepreneurs
• Ericsson: Cellular IoT technical capabilities and potential; Ericsson IoT Accelerator, an IoT device connectivity and app development platform
• GSMA Mobile IoT Innovators: The official industry community around cellular IoT technologies
• Sequans: LTE for IoT connectivity solutions, including the industry-leading Monarch LTE-M/NB-IoT Platform, which is now certified by leading operators worldwide
• Sierra Wireless: Leading Global Mobile IoT Solutions with open source and lowest power consumption on the market
• Sprint: The Power of Curiosity™: enabling developers to build compelling IoT solutions
• Telit: The most broadly certified portfolio of Mobile IoT modules in tightly regulated markets like North America and APAC
• T-Mobile US: Giving developers the network connectivity, platform, APIs, and tools to bring game-changing NB-IoT solutions to market
|5:00 – 6:00pm||Networking Reception – in partnership with GSMA Intelligence|
Speakers and Experts
Principal Developer Evangelist, Arm
Jan Jongboom is an embedded engineer and Developer Evangelist IoT at Arm, always looking for ways to connect more devices to the internet. He has shipped devices, worked on the latest network tech, climbed upon buildings to install gateways and there’s a monument in San Francisco with his name on it.
Director Product Marketing, AT&T Business
Before focusing on the Internet of Things, Eric joined AT&T as a founding member of AT&T’s Central Data Office where he helped successfully enable the delivery of data insights. Eric has worked extensively in the mobile industry to advance software and mobile platform ecosystems and has served on the board of several organizations, including The Linux Foundation. He has held key positions producing embedded and consumer products at Amazon, Texas Instruments, and Ericsson Mobile Communications. Eric holds a BS Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University and an MBA from the University of Texas
Director, RAN Technical Solutions, Ericsson
Hani Beshara has been a leader in the wireless industry for over 20 years. Mr. Beshara holds an MSc. in Systems Engineering from the Southern Methodist University. He held management positions in Nortel and Ericsson that spanned R&D, product management, marketing, and technical sales. Mr. Beshara has provided end to end wireless solution to a number of US and international customers across Radio, Core, and OSS/BSS for CDMA, WCDMA, LTE, and 5G technologies. As of late, Mr. Beshara has been responsible for the market development and solutions for Ericsson’s Radio Access network and the Internet of Things in a number of Tier 1 customers. Mr. Beshara is located in Plano, TX.
IoT Sales Engagement Manager, Ericsson
Ravi Kabre is an experienced IoT professional with over 20 years of Communications Industry experience in working with Service providers and Enterprise customers on Communication Solutions. Specifically, last four years of experience in IoT technologies, platforms and vertical solutions. As part of the regional Sales Engagement team, Ravi is responsible for working with Service providers and Enterprise on defining innovative IoT Solutions.
IoT Technical Manager, GSMA
Sam is leading on ecosystem engagement across numerous verticals within the Mobile IoT industry. With more than 4 years of experience at the GSMA, Sam has been involved in delivering a number of automotive and Mobile IoT projects, and was at the forefront of the creation of the Mobile IoT Innovators community. Currently, Sam is bringing together mobile operators, hardware vendors and companies from the wider Mobile IoT ecosystem to help accelerate the commercial availability of Mobile IoT solutions.
Senior Project Manager, Mobile IoT, GSMA
Amaia is the Senior Project Manager for the GSMA’s Mobile IoT Initiative, which is supporting the industry in delivering commercial LPWA solutions in licensed spectrum (Mobile IoT). Leading a team of project managers, she runs and coordinates the delivery of numerous projects and industry engagement activities within the initiative that are aimed at accelerating the commercial availability of new solutions and the accelerated growth of the wider ecosystem. Prior to this Amaia has managed a number of projects both within Mobile IoT, and the Technology and Programme Services teams at the GSMA. She holds a BA in Linguistics from Leeds University and is a Prince2 qualified Project Manager.
Director of Sales, Sequans
Robert Schaefer is a Director of Sales with Sequans Communications SA in North America. Robert started his career with Intel Corporation where he worked in Processor and Chipset Engineering for 8 years. Robert has also served as a Senior Product Manager with Sun Microsystems; he was a Field Application Engineering Manager in Asia and he has over 10 years’ experience in wireless semiconductors which includes time selling wireless modules with Gemalto.
Sr. Director Market Devel., Sierra Wireless
Brian Makarowski is the Senior Director of Market Development for Sierra Wireless, responsible for developing key ecosystem relationships with mobile network operators, silicon providers and solution partners. During his time at Sierra Wireless, Brian has been responsible for hardware development of the company’s embedded modules and adapter products, and was Director of Marketing for the company’s AirCard business, which was sold to NETGEAR in 2013. In addition to Sierra Wireless, Brian gained extensive experience in IoT, wireless and M2M while working at Motorola Inc., Glenayre, NETGEAR and u-blox.
Chief of Products & Solutions, IoT, Sprint
As a part of the IoT leadership team at Sprint, Ricky leads the strategic direction, development and execution of the Sprint IoT product and solutions portfolio. Bringing together deep industry knowledge and business acumen, Ricky is tasked with developing market-leading horizontal and vertical solutions that drive meaningful growth for Sprint.
Ricky is a results-driven, goal-oriented digital business leader with a track record of solving complex challenges by applying technology and design-driven thinking. He leverages his skills in corporate strategy, business development, and a digital-first approach to deliver measurable outcomes. He has expertise in digital, mobile, and IoT business models & platforms.
Before joining Sprint’s IoT leadership team, Ricky spent 14+ years consulting global technology companies and leaders while at Accenture and through his own consultancy, which came to bear after several years of owning his own business in wireless retail locations across multiple carriers.
Ricky has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems Operations Management from George Mason University.
Field Applications Engineer, Telit
Bass is fluent in English and Tagalog, a native dialect Visayan of Mindanao, Philippines. She attended California College of San Diego where she received an Associates Degree in Network Engineering and a Bachelor’s in Computer Science. Bass is currently pursuing an engineering degree in Electrical and Electronics at Michigan Technological University.
Sr. Director, IoT Technology, T-Mobile
Mesut is a seasoned wireless industry executive with over 25 years of experience in the telecom industry. With relevant degrees in Electrical Engineering as well as Computer Science, Mesut spent most of his career engineering and testing wireless devices over TDMA, CDMA and LTE technologies. Mesut currently leads the technology and solutions engineering team within the IoT business unit at T-Mobile US.
Product Manager IoT, 5G, Fixed Wireless, T-Mobile
Senior Director, Product Strategy, u-blox
Head of IoT Global Business Development, Verizon
The event is free to attend and does not require a CES pass. Pre-registration for the event is necessary. Seats are limited and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.