Agenda

Wienke Giezeman
Initiator The Things Network - CEO The Things Industries

Wienke Giezeman is the initiator of The Things Network, the first crowdsourced free and open ‘internet of things’. In Amsterdam, the network was set up in 6 weeks and this made Amsterdam one of the first real smart cities.

Track: LoRaWAN

Semtech

Track: LoRaWAN

Johan Stokking
Tech Lead The Things Network - CTO The Things Industries

Johan will talk about his experiences of developing The Things Network as a scalable, multi-region deployment. He’ll share his vision on the future of LoRaWAN, and provides details on setting up your own dedicated LoRaWAN network with peering capabilities for reliable, secure and large-scale IoT rollouts.

Johan Stokking is tech lead of The Things Network and CTO of The Things Industries. Johan started The Things Network in the summer of 2015, together with Wienke Giezeman. Within three years, the open network spread to 90 countries, covering over 700 cities globally.

Apart from his work on The Things Network and The Things Industries, Johan is a member of the LoRa Alliance technical committee and works on the specifications of LoRaWAN peering and Firmware Updates Over The Air.

Track: From 1 to 1M

TBA

Track: Business

Adam Benzion
CEO Hackster

Track: From 0 to 1

TBA
Security Consultant

Track: Security

Renaud Lifchitz
Security Consultant

Track: Security

Microchip & The Things Industries

Track: Security

The Things Industries & ARM

Track: From 1 to 1M

Certification house

Track: LoRaWAN

Google Cloud Platform

Track: From 1 to 1M

Jan Jongboom
ARM

Track: From 0 to 1

Surprise
The Things Conference

Track: LoRaWAN

Luca Cipriani
CIO Arduino

Arduino IoT Cloud will allow users to manage their LoRaWan Gateways, Sensors and Nodes from one single web interface. We will explore the vision to have a simple and professional IoT tool to manage every device connected to the network.

Luca Cipriani is a Linux user since 2004 I started exploring the DevOps methodology in 2012. After some years of extreme automation in large scale applications I started working with Arduino, the UX culture completely changed my IT view, I fall in love with Arduino and the IoT world.

Track: From 0 to 1

John Tillema
Co-fouder and CTO TWTG

Track: From 0 to 1

Vanja Samuelsson
Founder and CEO Qoitech

Track: From 0 to 1

12:00 PM

Neil Tan
ARM

Track: From 0 to 1

myDevices

Track: Business

TBA

Track: Security

TBA

Track: Security

Kinson Chan
COO RAK Wireless

Track: From 1 to 1M

Romuald Gallorini
TE Connectivity

Track: Use Cases

Dirk Losch
Lufthansa

Track: Use Cases

Laurens de Groot
Founder Smartparcs

Track: Use Cases

Matt Johnson
CEO and co-founder Bare Conductive

Matt Johnson is the CEO and co-founder of Bare Conductive, which is proposing a radically new set of ways to integrate electronic intelligence into the built environment. Matt has led the company to build a technology stack of materials science, sensor hardware, and software, forming partnerships with some of the world's largest brands. Matt is also a tutor at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London where he earned an MA/MSc in Industrial Design Engineering.

Bare Conductive's technology presents compelling opportunities for smart buildings by combining the scalability of coatings and the precision of high-resolution capacitive sensors. Matt will present the fundamental technical principle of the technology alongside case studies of its use, highlighting ways in which developers can get involved.

Track: Use Cases

Surprise
The Things Conference
Sander Arts
CMO Arduino - Author No Bullsh*t Marketing

How big ideas from just a few people can change the future

Track: Business

Philippe Hougardy
Amazon Web Services

Track: From 1 to 1M

David Smith
CTO MultiTech - Co-chair LoRa Alliance regional parameters working group

LoRaWAN operates worldwide in disparate regions with many different regulatory schemes. This talk will address our regional parameters standardization efforts as well as certifications, deployment models and current hot topics in the LoRa Alliance Regional Parameters Workgroup.

David Smith
As part of the Executive Leadership Team and in conjunction with Marketing, Sales and Product Management David develops innovative hardware and software technology solutions to address customer and market needs. David began his career at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Since joining MultiTech, he’s brought his unique combination of innovation and pragmatism to deliver exciting new products and related IP, significant productivity improvements and state-of-the-art processes. He is currently co-chair of the LoRa Alliance regional perameters working group and a member of the Forbes Technology Council.

Track: LoRaWAN

Alper Yegin
Actility - Co-chair LoRa Alliance

Track: LoRaWAN

Thomas Telkamp
CTO Lacuna Space

Track: Network Deployments

Semtech

Track: Network Deployments

James Brehm & Associates
Founder James Brehm & Associates

An independent advisor and technology evangelist, James Brehm is one of the leading voices on the state of the IoT and M2M market. Leveraging experience gained in a decade long career as an industry analyst after holding multiple marketing and customer facing roles with leading technology companies, Brehm launched James Brehm & Associates in early 2014 to serve the very specific needs of his customers – pragmatic, actionable advice and metrics grounded in reality.

Track: Business

Jonathan Kaye
Laird

Track: From 1 to 1M

Titia Houwing & Paul Marcelis
KPN

Track: Use Cases

Jasper den Hartog
MCS

Track: Use Cases

Olga Willner
Deutsche Bahn

Olga Wilnner showcases how Deutsche Bahn (DB) intends to use LoRaWAN for intelligent operations. Beyond remote-monitoring its assets (e. g. station clocks) with the transmission technology, Deutsche Bahn currently conducts trials to determine how LoRaWAN can support people-counting at train stations. DB will also test a LoRa-based sensor for snow and ice-detection on train platforms this winter.

Dr. Olga Willner is project lead for IoT & Data Analytics at the division of Deutsche Bahn in charge of train stations. Previously, she worked as a researcher at both ETH Zurich and MIT. The experiences she gained in that role, she now uses to explore and test innovative IoT technologies in train stations.

Track: Use Cases

TBA
Matthias Barbian
Siemens

Track: From 1 to 1M

Comtac

Track: From 1 to 1M

Digital Catapult

Track: Business

Wienke Giezeman & Alexander Overtoom
The Things Industries

Track: Business

Paul McManus
Meshed IoT

Track: Business

TBA

Track: Network Deployments

TBA

Track: Network Deployments