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Wednesday, February 15 Thursday, February 16
Exhibit Hall Hours 3:00pm - 7:00pm 11:00am - 5:00pm

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Tuesday, February 14, 2023
11:00am
Tuesday - 2/14/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Smart Cities, Dumb Infrastructure: A Framework for Public-Private Partnerships
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Sr. Research Fellow Mercatus Center at George Mason University
Despite two decades of federal efforts and funding, smart city technology has had limited deployment. Many smart city projects get derailed by controversies over public and private use of smart city network data and local government permissions to install infrastructure. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government has allocated more money for broadband networks and smart city deployments. However, to accelerate smart city deployment, there needs to be clearer distinctions between “public” and “private” construction and management of networks. A possible model is a public-sector focus on "dumb infrastructure" and a private-sector focus on smart city devices and services, mediated by public-private partnerships. In this model, local governments limit their management and oversight to “dumb infrastructure” issues, like granting access to roadside infrastructure and preventing anticompetitive exclusion from utility poles and right-of-way real estate. The commercial sector, on the other hand, should have a free hand in device installation, service offerings, and data use. Some states and cities have taken steps towards this approach in recent years for broadband and connected vehicle deployments, including state laws encouraging the leasing of dumb infrastructure in Arizona and local efforts in Nebraska and Colorado. This session will analyze these examples and discuss the "dumb infrastructure" model to improve the viability of infrastructure projects like smart city and broadband networks. Recommendations will aid policymakers and companies considering how to accelerate smart city deployments.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
11:45am
Tuesday - 2/14/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Next Generation Architectures
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Research Professor of NextG Security and Research Director of the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative Virginia Tech
6G is still 5 years away but that does not mean that innovation can not be found. What are we learning from the early stages of 5G deployment teach us what we can do to optimize. What are the new opportunities and the new applications that are possible.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
1:30pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Coverage is Critical in IoT Deployments
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CCO Nextivity
Having ubiquitous, reliable, and performance in-building cellular service isn’t a courtesy. These days, it’s how business gets done. Businesses continue to ratchet up cellular data use as new use cases for mobile communication seem to pop up continuously, promising improved business communication, better worker productivity, and greater institutional efficiency than ever before.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
2:45pm
Tuesday - 2/14/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Smart Building Strategies
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CEO & Founder Hosac Ventures CEO CORIS Monitoring Markets Leader LTIMindtree CEO Telosa Networks CEO Senzary
More and more, buildings are being upgraded to smart IoT Solutions for a variety of applications, HVAC, Lighting, Parking, Security, Water Management, etc. What smart building applications are leading the way and what are the benefits of IoT to building owners and their customers, How do Building Management Companies take advantage of IoT to reduce costs and increase value.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
Wednesday, February 15, 2023
1:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
The Three Types of Smart City Applications
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CMO IoT Marketing Head of IoT and Smart Infrastructure Telekom Slovenije
Know your audience and when it comes to smart cities knowing who the smart city is to serve is the first question. The City Administration, the citizens and the tourists all represent different requirements. This session looks at how smart city applications are prioritized and the differences between small and large municipaliites.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
1:30pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Sustainability in Action: Using IoT to Improve Water Quality Management and Reduce Environmental Impact
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Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist James Brehm & Associates Director of Economic Development & Tourism Stafford County, VA Business Development Manager Libelium
The scarcity of water will make every drop count. How do we assess the quality and quantity of water we use, and what can be done to manage better this scarce resource? How do the ESG initiatives incentivize the care of water use?
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
2:00pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Smart School Systems
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CMO Kajeet CEO Soter CEO & President JBI Distributors
What can you do to reduce bad behaviors in schools? The answer is you can use your senses, or in this case have IoT listen, smell and notify when fights break out or vaping / smoking is happening. In this session we learn how to comply with privacy aand prevent problems.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
2:30pm
Wednesday - 2/15/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Building an IoT Center of Excellence with a Public/Private Partnership: The Power of a LoRa Network
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CIO Town of Cary, NC Head Smart Campus Facens FACENS - SCF
The Town of Cary, North Carolina, SAS Institute and Semtech are coming together to build a unique Center of Excellence focused on technology solutions that will positively impact the lives of Cary’s citizens. Through the collaboration, the Town and two companies will facilitate the development and deployment of edge-to-Cloud Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, solve real world challenges and make Cary the benchmark for other municipalities to replicate.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
Thursday, February 16, 2023
10:00am
Thursday - 2/16/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
IoT Video: Seeing is Believing
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CEO Soter
Whether you are monitoring Citizens on the move, employees in the building, or truckers on the road; a video feed is often the most understandable way to assess a situation. In this session we look at IoT and cameras. How are the managed, how are processes being automated? What are the trends of video being used in IoT?
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions
10:30am
Thursday - 2/16/23
Smart City Solutions (Room 208A)
Medical Internet of Things (MIoT) - Opportunities for Managed Solutions Providers (MSPs)
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Chief Compliance Officer Phone.com
The Medical Internet of Things (MIoT) is rapidly expanding and includes personal devices such as pacemakers, implantable insulin pumps, and others. As these devices continue to proliferate, so too do the threats of data exposure or compromise to the devices. Healthcare professionals do not have sufficient knowledge or awareness of these cyber threats, creating an opportunity for MSPs to understand the threat landscape and expand their offerings to healthcare providers. This session will open a dialog into the potential opportunity for MSPs and the expansion of valuable insight for healthcare organizations.
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  5G/6G Solutions
  Industrial IoT Solutions
  Smart City Solutions

 

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