Broadband World ForumEscrito por Redacción TNI el 20/10/2015 a las 22:04:07
Expert speakers at this year’s Broadband World Forum will tackle the issues surrounding how the Internet of Things (IoT) can be delivered and monetised. The conference programme will be complemented by live demonstrations of pioneering IoT technologies by a number of specialist providers who will be present on the exhibition floor.
Expert speakers including BT, Telstra, Telefónica I+D and Telecom Srbija
Smart Home demonstrations
D-Link present their mydlink Smart Home solutions which allow users to monitor and control their home from anywhere. Using the free application on smartphones or tablets, users can set power on/off schedules, turn devices on/off remotely, send an alert when motion is detected and remotely monitor energy usage.
"There has been a paradigm shift in the technology landscape with machine-to-machine communication becoming a reality. The Internet of Things is set to redefine our future, as it holds the potential to transform the way we live and work today," said Kevin Wen, President, D-Link Europe.
Managing and delivering the IoT
Friendly Technology will also show its Internet of Things M2M/MDM product line. The solution enables remote inventory management, firmware upgrade, remote setting configuration, QoE monitoring and alerts, support automation, service management and more.
Also present will be Greenwave Systems who will feature the AXON® platform. AXON provides the network management tools for on-boarding and controlling new IoT devices to create a managed service.
Freescale will present its QorIQ LS1043A quad-core processor. This enables the next generation of gigabit gateways with performance to support additional services such as home automation and application-based quality of service.
Inteno will be using Broadband World Forum to showcase the iopsys platform (Inteno Open Platform System). iopsys is a complete service and content delivery platform consisting of a Gateway Operating System, Home Portal and a multitude of software development kits, quickly enabling third party developers and service providers to innovate.
Ben Agnew, Director of the Broadband World Forum said: “The Internet of Things is quickly moving from concept to reality but there remain questions about where the value will ultimately lie. We provide a platform for the exploration of the technologies that place telcos in the IoT value chain as well as the opportunities for growth and diversification.”
Friendly Technologies and Freescale will be joining Perftech, Viva Labs, Ericsson, Axiros and ADB in demonstrating their solutions within the The IoT Partners Pavillion. The pavilion is a free-to-attend exhibition area dedicated to products and platforms that will help operators capitalise on the world of IoT, perfectly complementing the conference content. Exhibitors here and around the exhibition floor are amongst the world’s most innovative solution providers in this space.