LEVEL -1 AUDITORIUM
VERTICAL MARKETS EMPOWERED By EDGE & FOG
CONFERENCE DAY 2 | FRIDAY 11 MARCH 2016
|08.00||WELCOME AND COFFEE|
|09.00||5G Verticals Empowered by Fog|
|Presenting requirements for 5G networks and envisioned solutions with mobile edge cloud and fog computing to successfully move from sensing to real-time automation, processing and control of automotive, health, multimedia and broadcasting, factories of the future and Energy vertical markets.
Emilio Calvanese Strinati
Director of Telecommunicatons and Smart Devices Strategic Programs
|09.30||Applicability of Edge/fog Solutions for the Electrical Power Grid|
|The electrical power grid is facing a major evolution. One example is the traditional one-way flow of electrical energy, which soon will be obsolete, instead the power grid needs to support a multi-directional flow of energy. Changes like these will require substantial support in the power protection, control and monitoring domain, e.g. new computational and communication resources. The combined need for communication and computation, might here be a good application for an edge solution. Discussing the basic needs, challenges, and applicability of edge solutions for the electrical power grid.
ABB Corporate Research
|10.30||IT/OT Convergence for the Factory of the Future|
|Describing the technological challenges addressed by the new breed of deterministic networks to address the convergence of Operational Technology networks with IT/ICT.
|11.00||Fog Support for IoT and Devices: Vertical Market Cases|
|Updating the community on Samsung recent advances in 5G, and explaining how these are being fed into the European research community and global standards bodies. Recent advances in the world of IoT are covered, with a brief vision from OIC. Discussing the challenges of caching and processing offload from devices to cloud elements.
5G Group Leader
Samsung Electronics Research Institute
|11.30||Micro-intelligent System for Smart Cities and other Applications|
|Describing a micro-middleware running on gateways acting as the nerve center of your local intelligent systems. The middleware connects in real time the different organs of the system (sensors, interfaces, analytics and databases) and allows the creation of responsive, scalable and reliable data network. This elaborates an appropriate platform for a number of critical Internet of Things (IoT) services and applications, namely, Connected Vehicle, Smart Grid and Smart Cities.
Jérémie Bellec, Founder and CTO, Spinalcom
|12.30||LUNCH AND END OF FOG NETWORKING CONFERENCE|