Tuesday July 15,2014 TIME: 2:00 PM EDT/ 11:00 AM PDT
Research suggests that 20% to 68% of IT development projects fail. Over half of these projects fail due to schedule or functionality issues. This interactive discussion will provide development options to help ensure your M2M solution is successful. An overview will be provided for the six key components of any M2M architecture (Devices, Local connectivity, Gateway, Internet connectivity, Cloud server, User Application). Development guidelines will be discussed to help select specific technology solutions. For example, chips vs. modules and cellular vs. W-Fi. Development effort and time tradeoffs will be presented and compared.
Let your voice be heard! This dynamic session will use real-time audience polling technology to help guide the discussion to address your questions and concerns. So, don’t be shy. Bring your burning M2M connectivity questions. Help ensure your M2M project will succeed.
What attendees will learn:
Essential components of M2M architecture
M2M communication technology options
Example M2M solutions based on market vertical
Who should attend:
M2M Solution providers
VARs & System Integrators
IT engaged in Building Automation, Energy Management, Security/Surveillance, Mobile Health, or other M2M application markets
Director of Product Management and Business Development Systech Corporation
Robert Lutz is the director of product management and business development at Systech Corporation where he is focused on connecting all things M2M & IoT. Robert is responsible for all ecosystem partner relationships at Systech and oversees the development and launch of new M2M products.
Previously, Robert was a product director at LSI, responsible for DPI network security devices. He has also held engineering, product management, and marketing positions at Iomega, Hifn, and National Semiconductor. Robert has presented at various conferences and technical seminars, directed marketing activities for the Storage Network Industry Association (SNIA), and participated in technical standards activities for IEEE and ANSI. Robert holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
You can also keep up with him on his popular M2M blog hosted on the Systech website
Community Developer Mobility TechZone Crossfire Media
Carl Ford is Co-Founder of Crossfire Media focused on the impact of communication technology on consumers and industry. Carl has been highlighting the key initiatives around the advances of the Commercial Internet since the beginning. From developing Product and service strategies to moderating meetings at ETSI, Carl’s 20+ years have always focused on the impact that service cost, regulatory and marketing issues have in rolling out new services.
As a community developer for Pulvermedia, Carl developed all of the VON Conference content. As an integral part of the IP Communications community, Carl has been instrumental in helping develop various trade organizations and has advised many companies on both strategic and technical issues to satisfy the needs of these company’s customers.
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