Connecting devices in the field is always a business decision and the selection criteria in sourcing IoT solutions are becoming increasingly clear. This conference is about configuring appropriate technology for your own applications, whether they’re in manufacturing, services, grid, or supply chain. The conference will feature keynote presentations, followed by shorter, rapid-fire presentations and moderated panel discussions. All presentations will feature use-cases that delve into user criteria and ROI in key areas of edge, connectivity, or platform for IoT.
Track 3: IoT Connectivity – Licensed vs. Unlicensed
Licensed cellular networks are available from 5G down to NB-IoT and LTE-M, offering alternatives from the highest possible bandwidth to lower data plans. At the same time, LoRa-WAN and other unlicensed options are providing low-power alternatives and the next generation of satellite alternatives cannot be ignored. All of these connectivity options offer different OpEx, coverage, throughput, flexibility, complexity, and service levels.
9:30 - Keynote: IoT Connectivity – Licensed vs. Unlicensed Technologies
Use Cases and Future Proof-ness
Fernando Baena, Head of IoT sales for Enterprise, BICS
10:00 - Panel: IoT Connectivity – Licensed vs. Unlicensed
Moderator: Renil Paramel, Co-founder and Sr Partner, Strategy of Things
- Landon Garner, SVP and Chief Marketing Officer, KORE
- Tom Patton, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Azure IoT
- Marco Stracuzzi, Head of Product Marketing, Telit
- Jim Wert, CTO & Co-Founder, Tartabit, LLC