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Internet Of Things Planet

INTERNATIONAL FORUM

November 4-5, 2015 Alpes Congrès Grenoble, France

Under the patronage of Mrs Geneviève Fioraso, Member of French Parliament, Former French Minister of Higher Education and Research

Press kit

www.iot-planet.org

Contents Context ............................................................................................................................................................1

Forum ..............................................................................................................................................................2

Program ..........................................................................................................................................................3

Interviews ........................................................................................................................................................4

Plenary conference .................................................................................................................................... 5/6

Exhibitors.........................................................................................................................................................6 Partners ..........................................................................................................................................................7 Press release ..................................................................................................................................................8

Context Connected objects: a technological revolution Information technologies are driving a profound revolution in the universe of objects. For a long time, objects were mechanical, electrical and electronic devices, but now they have evolved into complex communicating systems equipped with sensors, microprocessors, data storage capacity, and software with multiple connectivity protocols. Through the amazing progress made in miniaturization and equipment processing power, along with ubiquitous wireless connectivity networks, and a breakthrough 5G communication network a leap ahead of previous networks, covering new connectivity and bandwidth needs, a new episode of the industrial era is in the offing: the IoT (Internet of Things). Market forecasts are almost unbelievably high, announcing unprecedented figures. It is predicted that there will be between 50 and 200 billion connected objects by 2020. And digitalization will reach all industrial sectors. Industrial partnerships are vital for integrating the right objects by organizing ecosystems. Ecosystems will opt for the appropriate technologies to fit applications, meaning that technology suppliers are tackling extremely fragmented IoT markets. Understanding and being involved in ecosystems will be key success factors. The IoT forum is built around a plenary conference structured by ecosystems. The aim of this approach is to enable industrialists in adjacent sectors to mix, share different experiences and anticipate their business transformations.

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IoT Planet Forum Grenoble, Capital of the French Alps, ranked by Forbes magazine as the world’s 5th most innovative city in 2013, and awarded the “French Tech” label for the global reach of its digital ecosystem, is a natural venue for this international forum on IoT.

ORIGINAL FEATURES OF THE FORUM IoT Planet Forum is distinct in several ways: • International positioning: the conference program was drawn up in collaboration with an international steering committee made up of world class leaders in IoT. • The Connected Objects theme is addressed from a technology perspective but also from the viewpoint of society, individuals and citizens (as conveyed by the visual identity and image of the IoT Planet Forum). • The plenary conference is structured by application fields, called ecosystems: energy, industrial, transport, health, wearables, smart home… • The Forum is in close liaison with the different competitiveness clusters of innovation incubators in the world of connected objects. • The event is organised by professionals coming from the high tech industry with an international experience. IoT Planet is officilally supported by local authorities (Région Rhône Alpes, Département de l'Isère, Métropole Grenoble Alpes, Ville de Grenoble) local institutions (CCI, AEPI, MINALOGIC, DIGITAL Grenoble, Linksium, Inovallée....), universities (UJF, INP, GEM) and large local groups (CEA Tech, STMicroelectronics, SCHNEIDER...).

FORUM TEAM

Alain Astier

Anne-Marie Dutron

Maria Gaillard

Graduate Engineer of ECAM and Supelec, 40 years in the microelectronics industry, essentially involved in operational assignments abroad and corporate industrial strategy; initiator of numerous industrial partnerships with groups in Asia and Russia. Has developed cooperation between European microelectronics clusters and contributed to promoting the Grenoble ecosystem worldwide.

PhD in material sciences and Master’s in Technology and Innovation Management, with several years of experience acquired in innovation management positions within different major industrial groups in the telecommunications and mobile telephony sector. Created her consulting firm in 2011 and advises clients in international organizations.

Master’s in Marketing/Communication a n d M a s t e r ’s i n H u m a n R e s o u r c e Management. Started her career in a communication agency and, ten years later, in 1996, moved on to a position in the Semiconductor industry in Finance and HR Management). Created her consulting firm in 2007 and does consulting work on Financial Management/HR and Communication strategies for international businesses and organizations.

Public Relations Conference Program

Industry Relations Forum Program

Forum Organization Event Promotion

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Forum program Plenary conference

Conference Exhibition Start-Up corner Workshops B-to-B meetings

The plenary conference program for the two days was drawn up in collaboration with an international steering committee made up of world class international enterprises in the IoT field: ARM, CEA Tech, Eolane, GEM, HP, IEEE, Imec, Intel, Microsoft, Oberthur Technologies, Orange, Schneider Electric, SEMTECH, SIGFOX, STMicroelectronics and in close partnership with the association IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

Workshops to promote the event partners

The workshop sessions are short (45 min to 1 hour) and are run during conference breaks. They enhance and expand on the conference themes. The American IEEE association is joining up with International investors. to run a pitch session.

An exhibition area and a start-up corner The exhibition area allows industrials and partners of leading IoT companies to showcase their technology, services and products. Special attention is given to young innovative companies. More than 20 start-ups will be present in the “start-up corner”.

BtoB platform

A BtoB appointment planner platform is open to all IoT Planet attendees to make appointments on line in advance and fit in more exchanges and contacts.

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Interviews IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)

“ Taking place in “Smart Valley,” the heart of Europe’s global competitiveness for many Key Enabling Technologies, IoT Planet Forum will bring together the world’s best and brightest IoT experts with an eye toward advancing technology and understanding to meet IoT’s many challenges. As a global semiconductor leader offering a rich portfolio of technologies and products supported by a powerful and easy-to-use ecosystem that simplifies development of devices for the IoT, STMicroelectronics welcomes many of the world’s key players to network, share ideas, and advance everyone’s understanding. Likewise, the IEEE has conducted numerous IoT forums and workshops around the world and will take full advantage of the Grenoble IoT Planet Forum to evangelize and increase industry cooperation.” Oleg Logvinov Chair of the IEEE P2413 “Standard for an Architectural Framework for the IoT” Working Group Chair of the IEEE Internet Initiative Chair of the Industry Engagement Track, IEEE IoT Initiative Director, Special Assignments, Industrial and Power Conversion Division, STMicroelectronics

INTEL

“Collaboration is key to making the internet of things, along with the huge potential benefits, a reality. As such we are pleased to be participating in an event such as IoT Planet that seeks to bring together established companies and promising start-ups to work together to deliver meaningful solutions as part of an open and interoperable ecosystem. “ Stephane Negre, Territory Manager, Western Europe, INTEL

ORANGE

“As part of its Essentials2020 strategy, the Internet of Things (IoT) is a focus area for Orange. Orange is very proud and pleased to partner the upcoming IoT Planet Forum. This Forum will be a great opportunity to exchange and to contribute with the leading IoT Companies, to deliver the future of IoT” Thibault de La Fresnaye, VP, Head of Marketing Product Anticipation Smart Access, Orange

SIGFOX

“By significantly lowering the cost and the energy consumption of the connected objects, SIGFOX enables the full potential of the Internet of Things to be realized. International flagship events, such as the International Forum IoT Planet, are key for us to address a vital IoT ecosystem and accelerate the emergence of new connected devices, services and IoT applications on the SIGFOX global network” Ludovic Le Moan, CEO, SIGFOX

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Plenary conference Wednesday, November 4th 07:30 08:30 08:35

Registration – Networking Coffee Welcome Official Forum Opening

08:50

Keynote: “IoE Ecosystems: enablers and sources of innovation”

09:20 09:20

Session 1: IoT ECOSYSTEMS’ ENABLERS Session Opening

09:25

‟IoT: it all starts with Trust!”

09:50

“Global Carrier Grade solutions”

10:15

‟How to securely enable IoT”

10:40

“Enabling the IoT with Low Power Wide Area Networks”

11:05 11:35 11:35

Coffee Break - Partner Workshop Session 2: IoT ENERGY ECOSYSTEM Session Opening

11:40

“Boost the Digital Transition for Industry of the Future”

12:05

“Strategy and future technologies for Smart Industries”

IoT Planet UNIVERSAL Genevieve FIORASO

Member of the French Parliament, Former French Minister of Higher Education and Research

Stephan MONTERDE

Director Business Development, Corporate Development CISCO Systems

Chair: Eric SIMMON

Senior Scientist National Institute of Standards and Technology - NIST

Frederic VASNIER

EVP Embedded Software and Product GEMALTO

Patrick SEVIAN

President, SAGEMCOM – LoRa Alliance Founding Member LoRa ALLIANCE

Pirjo OJALA

Head of M2M Business Line OBERTHUR Technologies

Ludovic LE MOAN

CEO SIGFOX

Chair: Pierre-Damien BERGER

IoT Vice President CEA Tech

Jean SRENG

Industrial Partnerships, Deputy Director CEA Tech

Denis GOUDSTIKKER

New Markets Senior Sales Executive

Franck MERCIER 12:30

“The path to build a Smart Factory: from connecting machines to the challenges of managing the data”

12:55 14:25 14:25

Lunch Break - Partner Workshop Session 3: IoT TRANSPORT ECOSYSTEM Session Opening

14:30

“How IoT can make a difference in the transportation industry”

Director of program “Industrie du futur” SIEMENS

Jean-Laurent PHILIPPE

EMEA IOT Manager INTEL

Chair: Wim VAN THILLO

Program Director, Perceptive Systems for the Intuitive Internet of Things (I2oT) IMEC

Hugues SIMONNET

Business Developer Manager Middleware

Jean-Marc HUI BON HOA

Principal Sales Consultant, Internet of Things, Java, and Cloud PaaS Sales ORACLE

14:55

“Security modeling for the safe transportation systems” Ekaterina RUDINA

15:20

‟The Internet of Car”

15:45 16:40 16:40

Coffee Break - Partner Workshop Session 4: IoT ENERGY ECOSYSTEM Session Opening

16:45

‟Smart Energy Management”

17:10

‟Smart Sensors & IoT: a broad range of opportunities for energy optimization”

17:35

Panel discussion: ‟The new Energy revolution with IoT”

18:00 19:30

End of Conference Day 1 Gala Dinner – IoT Planet 2016 announcement

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Senior System Analyst KASPERSKY

Stephane STRAHM

Director Automotive Products Engineering Wind River

Chair: Marie-Sophie MASSELOT

IoT Solutions Marketing Manager Hewlett Packard Entreprise

Marie-Paule ODINI

Chief Technologist, Communications Media Solutions Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Gilles CHABANIS

Strategy & Innovation - Smart Sensors Manager SCHNEIDER Electric Panelist: Marie-Paule ODINI, Chief Technologist, CMS - Hewlett Packard Enterprise Rabindra CHAKRABORTY, President - SENSLYTICS Gilles CHABANIS, Strategy & Innovation - Smart Sensors Manager - SCHNEIDER Electric Nicolas COUDERT, IoT France - MICROSOFT Valérie LE PELTIER, Head of Utilities - Smart Cities Strategic Program - Orange Moderator: Isabelle GUILLAUME, CEO - MINALOGIC

Thursday, November 5th 07:30 08:30 09:00 09:00

Registration – Welcome Coffee Keynote: ‟IoT: the Impact of Things”

Session 5: IoT HEALTH ECOSYSTEM Session Opening

Jo De Boeck

Chief Technology Officer and Senior VP IMEC

Chair: Sylvie BLANCO

Senior Professor, Director of GEM BIS campus GEM

09:05

‟IOT for HealthCare – addressing Emerging Healthcare Santhosh Kumar MADATHIL General Manager and Chief Technologist, Chief Technology Officer needs”

09:30

‟Digital Health Business Model Vs Wearables Business Frédéric BRIGUET EU Digital Health Engagement Manager Model”

09:55

‟Connected health and bio-sensors : the example of the electronic nose!”

10:20

Coffee Break - Partner Workshop

11:15

Session Opening

11:15

WIPRO

Session 6: IoT WEARABLES ECOSYSTEM

11:20

‟Wearable: an early Internet of Things application for MEMS!”

11:45

‟Enabling Ecosystems for Wearables”

12:10

‟Solution for Smart Fabric”

12:35

Lunch Break - Partner Workshop

14:05 14:35 14:35

Keynote: ‟Global industry collaboration and Market driven Standardization” Session 7: IoT SMART HOME ECOSYSTEM Session Opening

14:40

‟Smart home, big data and data privacy”

15:05

‟Smart Home: Ready to start?”

15:30

Panel discussion: ‟Problems to solve to release the potential – Security, user experience, privacy and data ownership, transparent technologies…”

15:55

Forum conclusions – IoT Planet 2016

16:15

BOSTON SCIENTIFIC

Tristan ROUSSELLE

CEO Aryballe Technologies

Chair: Andre BERTRAND

Embedded Processing Solutions, Technology & Product Strategy Office STMicroelectronics

Claire TROADEC

Technology & Market Analyst, MEMS and Semiconductor Manufacturing YOLE Développement

Laurent JAMET

Analog MEMS & Sensor Group, Analog Business Unit Director STMicroelectronics

Regis LAURET

Strategic & Marketing Director EOLANE

Oleg LOGVINOV

Chair of IEEE Internet Initiative, Chair of Industry Engagement IEEE IoT Initiative IEEE

Chair: Remy POTTIER

Director of Strategy, IoT ARM

Thibault DE LA FRESNAYE

VP, head of Marketing Product Anticipation ‟Smart Access” Orange

Emmanuel JOUMARD

Home Automation Director SOMFY

Panelists: Thibault DE LA FRESNAYE, VP, head of Marketing Product Anticipation ‟Smart Access” - ORANGE Emmanuel JOUMARD, Home Automation Director - SOMFY François SFORZA, Director of Wireless IoT & LoRa Products - SEMTECH Rob SHEPPARD, IoT Product & Solutions Manager - INTEL Moderator: Remy POTTIER, Director of Strategy, IoT - ARM

Forum closure

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Speakers

Exhibitors

Workshops

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Sponsors Platinum:

Gold:

Silver:

Forum partners

S ECURED COMMUNICATING SOLUTIONS A WORLD-CLASS CLUSTER

Event partners

Media partners

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Press release - October 14th, 2015

IOT Planet 4-5 november 2015:

Launch of IoT Planet Forum

1st international forum dedicated to connected objects in Grenoble. The connection of objects is a revolution. The Internet of Things will radically change all sectors of the economy. The figures are astounding: in 2020, it is estimated that there will between 50 and 80 billion connected devices in the world (Gartner and Idate estimates).

The 1st international business forum dedicated to connected objects is being held in Grenoble to address the new technological, financial and societal challenges at stake. IoT Planet will take place at Grenoble’s Alpes-Congrès convention center on November 4th and 5th, 2015, bringing together big names in IoT such as Intel, Cisco, Microsoft, Orange, HP, LoRa Alliance, SIGFOX, Gemalto, Oberthur and others. Grenoble, a natural ecosystem for organizing an IoT event

Grenoble, Capital of the French Alps, ranked by Forbes magazine as the world’s 5th most innovative city in 2013, and awarded the “French Tech” label for the global reach of its digital ecosystem, is a natural venue for this international forum on IoT. IoT Planet is officially supported by local authorities (Ville de Grenoble, Grenoble Alpes Métropole and Conseil Général) and will be held under the patronage of Geneviève Fioraso, MP and former Minister of Higher Education and Research. Other partners include innovation boosters such as Digital Grenoble, Linksium (SATT), Inovallée, Minalogic, the SCS Cluster, etc. Big names in the IoT sector in attendance in Grenoble

The participants are big names in IoT such as Intel, Cisco, Microsoft, Orange, HP, LoRa Alliance, SIGFOX, Gemalto and Oberthur as well as prominent Grenoble players such as STMicroelectronics, Schneider Electric, CEA Tech, Minalogic, Digital Grenoble... The Forum’s goal is provide the participants with a better understanding of the huge opportunities opening up in the field of the Internet of Things.

Professionals in sensors, solutions for wireless communication, processing and securing data, applications and new connected products will also be in attendance. Focus on innovative start-ups

Young innovative companies will be given a special share of attention at the forum. Grenoble and Europe are extremely wellendowed with creative start-ups and more than 20 have already confirmed their presence in the “start-up corner”. The American IEEE association is joining up to run a pitch session to give these young innovative enterprises the chance to present their projects to a panel of international investors. Workshops run by Intel, IEEE, Linksium... during conference breaks

The forum mixes plenary conference, exhibition area and workshops (to promote the IoT activities of the forum’s partners). The workshop sessions are short (45 min to 1 hour) and will be run during conference breaks. They will enhance and expand on the conference themes. Program: sessions devoted to different IoT ecosystems

The plenary conference program is divided into seven sessions: an introductory session to portray data transmission networks and how to secure them, followed by sessions on specific IoT ecosystems such as energy, transport, industry, wearables, healthcare and smart home. This structure and the sharing of different experiences in each ecosystem will make the participants familiar with the differences and requirements related to applications that involve a choice of different technologies. B-to-B appointment planner platform

Participants and speakers can plan and make their appointments on line in advance to fit in more exchanges and contacts with the companies and all forum participants.

Companies / Research Centers / Organizations slated to make presentations during the conference (updated on 14 Oct 15): ARM, Aryballe Technologies, Boston Scientific, CEA Tech, Cisco, Eolane, GEM, GEMALTO, HP, IEEE, Imec, Intel, Kaspersky, LoRa Alliance, Microsoft, Minalogic, NIST, Oberthur Technologies, ORANGE, Schneider Electric, SEMTECH, Senslytics, Siemens, SIGFOX, Somfy, STMicroelectronics, Wind River, WIPRO and Yole. Steering Committee Members: ARM, CEA Tech, Eolane, Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM), HP, IEEE, Imec, Intel, Microsoft, Oberthur Technologies, Orange, Schneider Electric, SEMTECH, SIGFOX, and STMicroelectronics. Forum Partners (updated on 14 Oct 15): AEPI (Invest in Grenoble-Isère), Alpexpo, Bureau des Congrès (Conference Bureau), CCI Grenoble (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), Conseil Général de l’Isère, Digital Grenoble, GEM (Grenoble Ecole de Management), Grenoble Alpes Metropole, IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), INEDITS L’Élan Créatif, Insight Outside, INP Grenoble, Inovallée, Le Clust’R Numérique, Linksium (SATT Grenoble), Minalogic, OMA (Open Mobile Alliance), SCS Cluster (Secured Communicating Solutions), Présences, UJF (Université Joseph Fourier), Ville de Grenoble (Municipality). Sponsors (updated on 14 Oct 15): CEA Tech, IEEE, Intel, Linksium (SATT Grenoble), Sigfox.

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