Machine To Machine (M2M) Communications 101
Tuesday, September 1, 2009: 9:00-9:45am
What is M2M and why is it important? The definition of Machine to Machine communication is pretty simple, but the solutions are as numerous as the applications and machines themselves. This session takes a look at how devices are connected today and how the applications have been driven into vertical specific markets.
Track Records and Success Stories
Tuesday, September 1, 2009: 10:00-10:45am
Taking advantage of Machine to Machine services has yielded some great ROI for the implementers in various markets. This panel talks about the successes in a variety of solutions including Healthcare, Transportation and Financial as well as solutions that support general business needs like remote monitoring, facilities management and security. From theory to practice this session gives you the insight to connect the dots for your business.
Implementation and Integration
Tuesday, September 1, 2009: 11:00-11:45am
How do you put the pieces of the puzzle together, what are the questions that need to be asked? What devices are going to be connected? Do the devices need to be certified? What are the issues in managing traffic and monitoring the machines? What should skills are required as you integrate various products and technology into your solution?
Certifications: Reuse versus Reinvention
Tuesday, September 1, 2009: 12:45-1:30pm
How often do you notice all those symbols on the machines you use? When do you need to make your own versus using something that exists? Is it possible to bundle together devices to make a complete system that needs no additional certification. If you do have to be certified where do you start and what are the opportunity costs?
MVNOs Spanning the Globe for M2M Solutions
Tuesday, September 1, 2009: 1:45-2:30pm
Rarely can a single network operator support a service that is global in nature, often integration services are offered that act as intermediaries, but thanks to the Internet and a long history of such services Virtual Network Operators are focused on supporting M2M. What services do they offer and when do they fit into your operations.
Tuesday, September 1, 2009: 2:45-3:30pm
For most M2M strategies Zigbee is the wireless solution of choice. Low power emissions, combined with economic and reliable strategies make the open interface of Zigbee the right choice for M2M. Learn about how this community of companies are evolving and focusing the standards for future services.
Smart Grids and M2M
Tuesday, September 1, 2009: 3:45-4:30pm
It’s stimulating and energizing! As the Obama administration continues to push its energy program and promotes the use of smart grids, the opportunity to deliver M2M solutions that increase energy efficiency, more affectively share power resources and generally enable green technologies puts us into a new M2M market. This panel discusses the opportunities and how it relates to the stimulus.
Tuesday, September 1, 9:00am - 4:30pm
Includes access to the M2M Evolution workshop and meals on
Tuesday, Sept. 1, plus all keynotes, free workshops, networking
receptions, panel discussions, and unlimited exhibit hall access.
FREE for All Attendees.
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