Wednesday
APRIL 3, 2019

MORNING 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

MARKET OVERVIEW & INDUSTRY DRIVING FACTORS

IOT CONNECTIVITY

SMART LIGHTING IN SMART CITIES

MARKET OVERVIEW

BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

OVERVIEW & BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

IOT MEETS MACHINE LEARNING

INTEL® SMART VIDEO WORKSHOP

INTEL® SMART VIDEO WORKSHOP

LAB NETWORK: IOT, AI E BLOCKCHAIN OPEN LABS

Wednesday
APRIL 3, 2019

AFTERNOON 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

FACILITY MANAGEMENT & SMART BUILDING

IOT AND MAKERS 4.0

OVERVIEW & APPLICATIONS

TECHNOLOGY INSIGHTS

LEGAL ISSUES: DLT, ICO, SMART CONTRACTS

TECHNOLOGY DEPLOYMENT

SKILL SHORTAGE & OPEN INNOVATION

CONNECTING CORPORATES WITH ENTREPRENEURS

STARTUP SPOTLIGHT

CLOSE UP MEETING: AI

CLOSE UP MEETING: BLOCKCHAIN

IOTA MEETUP

INTEL® SMART VIDEO WORKSHOP

LAB NETWORK: IOT, AI E BLOCKCHAIN OPEN LABS

Thursday
APRIL 4, 2019

MORNING 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

POST-2020 EU FUNDS

TECHNOLOGY TRENDS

EVOLVING SCENARIOS

ESCO TECH FORUM

GOVERNANCE & SERVICES

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE NATIONAL ECOSYSTEM

LAB NETWORK: IOT, AI E BLOCKCHAIN OPEN LABS

Thursday
APRIL 4, 2019

AFTERNOON 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM

INDUSTRY 4.0 AND SMART LAND

DIGITAL STRATEGY

NETWORKS & DATA PROTECTION

GDPR IN IOT

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

INDUSTRY 4.0 FUNDING AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY

CLOSE UP MEETING: IOT CONNECTIVITY & PLATFORMS

CLOSE UP MEETING: CYBERSECURITY BY DESIGN

LAB NETWORK: IOT, AI E BLOCKCHAIN OPEN LABS

MARKET OVERVIEW & INDUSTRY DRIVING FACTORS

April 3, 9:00 am – 11:30 am

Evolution scenarios for the IoT technology impacting infrastructures and enterprises

Key Takeaways 

  • World market overview, technology trends and industry driving factors
  • Regulation scenarios for the widespread availability of the IoT digital technologies
  • New business models and Open Innovation, the changing shape of the IoT ecosystem
  • IOT connectivity, the multi-technological panorama from networks: LPWA, Narrowband, Multefire, Lora, Sigfox, satellite

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

IOT CONNECTIVITY

April 3, 11.300 am – 1:00 pm

Compared systems and specific adoption cases

Key Takeaways

  • The backbone for IoT: compared networks
  • Low Power Networks: available solutions today, ecosystem and local low-power networks’ evolution
  • Multefire, NB-IoT, Sigfox, Lora, RPMA and the others: the appropriate standard for every application
  • LiFi, the wireless communication technology that leverages visible light for the high-speed transmission of data between devices
  • Use cases and best practices in the adoption of different connectivity systems

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

SMART LIGHTING IN SMART CITIES

April 3, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

IoT technology for energy efficiency in public and private lighting

Key Takeways

  • How can cities bring additional services and infrastructure through smart lighting systems to improve quality of life?
  • What are the challenges they face today?
  • Analysis of the management models applicable in the acquisition and control of strategic data from public lighting infrastructures
  • IoT lighting solution for cities as well as enterprise buildings and industrial areas.

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

FACILITY MANAGEMENT & SMART BUILDING

April 3, 2:30 am – 5:30 pm

Perspectives and opportunities for the Internet of Things for building 

April 3 – afternoon

Key Takeaways

  • BIM + IoT systems to reduce inefficiency, extra-costs, emergency maintenance
  • IoT for Construction Management: sensors and monitoring applications for the predictive maintenance of heavy equipment
  • Sustainable construction, use cases of IoT projects from engineering to energy management
  • The implications of IoT in Facility Management, from the use of energy, to the monitoring of temperatures, to the movement of people in buildings

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

IOT & MAKERS 4.0

April 3, 2:30 am – 5:30 pm


Skills and experiences to make objects accessible to IoT applications

April 3 – afternoon 

Key Takeaways

  • Opportunities for the development of new business and critical issues in the integration between the physical and digital world
  • Analysis of the complete technological stack that constitutes an IoT ecosystem
  • Examples of development of technologies to interconnect sensors, actuators and machines in the industrial and service context
  • From the hobby maker to the business professional, the role of FabLab and maker communities

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN THE ENTERPRISE

April 3, 2:30 am – 5:30 pm


Current and future available solutions

Key Takeaways

  • Emerging technologies and solutions available today: news and trends for users in the enterprise world
  • Supporting the business decision-making process through Big Data and IoT Analytics
  • Cloud and Edge computing, infrastructures for analyze and manage data generated by IoT
  • AR / VR technologies: interact with real-world objects and collaborate with colleagues and partners
  • Geographical Information Systems and Internet of Things, perspectives for business applications

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

POST-2020 EU FUNDS

4 aprile 11:00 – 13:00

Research, innovation and digital transformation

Chairman: Andrea Gallo, Editor, FASI.biz – Funding Aid Strategies Investments

WORKSHOP

in collaboration with

INDUSTRY 4.0 & SMART LAND

April 3, 2:30 am – 4:30 pm

Digital Transformation in cities and territories for the competitiveness of the industries

Key Takeaways

  • Production systems as of today and in the next future, innovative technology adoption and process re-engineering
  • Experiences, projects and solutions currently available in the various industries’ sectors
  • Ecosystem, competence and open innovation in the fourth industrial revolution
  • Focus on strategies to support competitiveness
  • The evolution of European industry, state of the art and development policies

EMBEDDED TECHNOLOGIES FOR INTERNET OF THINGS

April 3, 9:30 am – 12:30 pm and April 4, 9:30 am – 12.30 pm

Technology trends & business applications

Key Takeaways

  • Ecosystem and collaborative context to successfully manage the growing complexity of IoT applications
  • From sensors to service: the technological challenges related to data collection and processing
  • Big Data management, Cloud e Fog computing, infrastrutture per l’analisi, la sicurezza e la gestione dei dati generati da IoT
  • Technology and business evolutionary scenarios of network infrastructures for embedded system connectivity: Cat M1, NB-IoT, Sigfox and LoRa in the domestic and global development scenario.
  • Application areas and solutions available today and in perspective
  • Energy consumption management: from the creation of low-power components to the optimization of the use of batteries, from energy harvesting to energy storage, the next technological challenges to support the development of IoT
  • IOT Security: from the single component to the integrated system, state of the art and measures available today to tackle the threats
  • Security by design, guaranteeing security right from the design phase


AI & INDUSTRY 4.0

April 3, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Artificial intelligence to innovate the production systems

(coming soon)

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE NATIONAL SYSTEM

4 aprile 10:30 – 11:30

AI in the digital transformation of the National System

Chairman: Stefano da Empoli, President, I-COM – Istituto per la competitività

OVERVIEW & BUSINESS APPLICATIONS

april 3, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Evolutionary scenarios and solutions available for the spreading of Blockchain technology in different vertical markets

Key Takeaways

  • Overview of the global market, technological trends and elements of development
  • Technological components fundamental for the development of services enabled by decentralization and cryptography
  • State-of-the-art of experiences, projects and solutions implemented in the various sectors of industry
  • Perspectives related to the Internet of Things, the “next big thing” for the spreading of the blockchain after the financial sector
  • The role of innovative startups in the creation of the market and in the promotion of diffusion among companies
  • Integration of blockchain into pre-existing business systems
  • Data integrity and reliability in the blockchain
  • Scalability and energy consumption, the challenges to face in the implementation of decentralized architectures
  • Best practices: from strategy to execution, how to implement successful projects

(coming soon)

TECHNOLOGY INSIGHTS

april 3, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Blockchain and IoT: technology, security and transparency in the development of distributed applications 

(coming soon)

TALK

In collaboration with

LEGAL ISSUES: DLT, ICO, SMART CONTRACTS

april 3, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Legal issues: DLT regulations, juridical status of Smart Contracts, and rules for ICOs 

Fulvio Sarzana di S. Ippolito, Lawyer, Studio Legale Sarzana e Associati

SEMINAR

In collaboration with

INTERNET OF ENERGY EVOLVING SCENARIOS

Smart Grid, Smart Lighting, Power Charging and energy efficiency: enabling technologies for innovative services

April 4 – morning

Key Takeaways

  • Beyond the mere distribution: market overview, technology trends and development of  the Internet of Energy
  • Digitization and customer experience in Smart Grid, the enabling factors for the dissemination of innovative services among public and private sector customers
  • Communication systems for energy: integration with the telecommunications world
  • Energy efficiency and enabling technologies in the public and private sectors, for the domestic, business and citizen sectors
  • Smart Lighting, IoT technology at the service of energy efficiency in public and private lighting
  • Power charging, business models and key industry development factors
  • Technological trends to overcome limits such as battery life and charging times that are not compatible with the user’s needs

ESCO TECH FORUM

Enabling technology for energy efficiency management: IoT, marketplace, estimation, measurement, management

April 4– morning

In collaboration with:

INDUSTRY 4.0 FUNDING AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY – ENABLING TECHNOLOGY

April 4– afternoon

In collaboration with:

TECHNOLOGY DEPLOYMENT, ENABLED SERVICES, GOVERNANCE

April 3, 2:30 am – 4:30 pm and April 4, 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Ongoing technologies, projects, trials at national and European level

April 4 – morning

Key Takeaways

  • 5G networks technological features
  • The roadmap for the experimentation launched by Mise (Ministry of Economic Development
  • Innovative services enabled by 5G mobile networks: perspectives in key sectors like health, mobility, energy, security and emergency management
  • Business model transformations, new approaches and ecosystems

ROUND TABLE– TECHNOLOGY DEPLOYMENT: Technology development and business models 

ROUND TABLE – GOVERNANCE AND SERVICES: Challenges and opportunities for territory administrations and enterprises

NETWORKS & DATA PROTECTION – GDPR IN IOT

Approaches and best practices in IoT industry

April 4– afternoon

Key Takeaways

  • Identifying the best defense approaches in view of the complexity of networks and the number of devices to be protected
  • Balancing the cost-benefit ratioof an IoT solution considering the different value of a piece of information with respect to the value of a raw outcom
  • Understanding and identifying corporate responsibilities in the definition, implementation and management of a security solution in the IoT field
  • Evaluate the need for an innovative rather than conservative approach in the application of security strategies in the IoT field
  • Acquire an overview of tools, techniques and solutions to mitigate the risks related to IT security in complex and evolving environments, such as IoT realizations.
  • Identifying the method to manage the data subject to GDPR in the IOT area
  • Understand how to manage such data according to regulatory requirements

SKILL SHORTAGE & OPEN INNOVATION

April 3, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Skills, strategies and business models to support the innovation process in the enterprises

Key Takeaways

  • New professional profiles related to the most advanced digital technologies
  • University and business needs, does the gap in technological knowledge increase or decrease?
  • How to choose project partners: research and businesses in the IoT sector
  • Open Innovation projects in Europe and in Italy
  • Scaling-up: where to start?

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

CROSS SECTION

CONNECTING TECH CORPORATES WITH IOT ENTREPRENEURS

April 3, 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

ROUND TABLE

At IOTHINGS Milan 2019, the Innovation World Cup® Series, the world-leading open innovation platform in the Internet of Things, will welcome a selection of leading tech players and ground-breaking scale-ups for an insightful round table to provide IoT start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs the answers and tools to thrive their innovation further with a win-win cooperation strategy.

Key Takeaways

  • Major pitfalls for IoT start-ups, scale-ups, SMEs
  • Tips and tricks from experienced tech leaders about how to take an innovative solution to the market successfully
  • Advice on how to collaborate with leading tech corporates with a win-win cooperation

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

CROSS SECTION


In collaboration with


STARTUP SPOTLIGHT

April 3, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Selected startups and scaleups pitch their business to user companies, corporate ventures, corporate accelerators, incubators and professional investors

(find speakers and details in the Italian page)

CROSS SECTION


In collaboration with


PREMIUM PROGRAM: CLOSE-UP MEETINGS WITH END-USERS

Access by invitation only. Representatives of end-user companies are invited to participate.

Thematic open-discussion tables, with free and unformal involvement of the participants.
The setting supports the exchange of comments and questions with the support of experts, and the coordination of an enabler, in the perspective of corporate implementations.

INTEL® SMART VIDEO WORKSHOP

Aprile 3 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Intel® is pleased to support the Milan IOTHINGS this year with the Smart Video Workshop for the technical community to come and learn how to build computer vision applications utilizing the OpenVINO toolkit.  We are delighted to present a computer vision workshop aimed at engineers, researchers, and software developers who develop computer vision and machine learning applications and want to benefit from transparent hardware acceleration.

Join us on the 3rd of April for the hands-on workshop where Intel® will take you through a computer vision workflow using the latest Intel® technologies and comprehensive toolkits including support for deep learning algorithms that help accelerate smart video applications.

WORKSHOP

in collaboration with

IOTA ITALIA MEETUP

April 3 – afternoon

Meetup dedicated to all cryptovalute enthusiasts who want to deepen their knowledge of the IOTA platform and the homonymous cryptocurrency.

Topics:

  • How IOTA can be used for projects in the real world and for IoT projects
  • Answers to questions and doubts that the Crypto community often turn to this technology that does not use the blockchain but the tangle
  • Real experiments
  • Results of the work done by the most technological work groups of the community




MEETUP

in collaboration with

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