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Join Frost & Sullivan, Intrado and Gemalto for an educational discussion about where the IoT/M2M revolution is headed.

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Devices and people are more connected than ever, but the IoT ecosystem is still in its infancy. The benefits, business opportunities and implications are just beginning to emerge and success will require the industry to work together.

● What is the difference between IoT and M2M?

● How can my organization or business benefit from these technologies?

● How do we balance the benefits against the security and privacy risks?

● What are the practical use cases and advice we can apply today to help prepare
    for the future?

The panelists discuss the current state of IoT/M2M technologies and deep dive into what needs to be done for a smarter, brighter, connected future. Learn about the best strategies for security, cost-optimization and connectivity when analyzing your got-to-market approach for both industrial and consumer solutions. You will also hear about specific use cases that demonstrate how enterprises, government and public safety agencies can leverage secure, connected devices for real-time analysis, situational awareness and enhanced decision-making in a variety of contexts.

Our Expert Panelists

Dilip Saragan

Industry Principle, IoT, Frost and Sullivan

 Dilip Saragan is Frost and Sullivan’s Industry Principle for the Internet of Things (IoT) and has over 10 years of market research experience. His expertise ranges broad sectors, leveraging long-standing working relationships with leading industry participants in the IoT and Machine-to-machine (M2M) industries. Dilip has extensive knowledge of enterprise and consumer applications for IoT and has collaborated and consulted with leader mobile and IoT vendors including AT&T, IBM, Cisco, Verizon and many others.
In addition to his extensive knowledge of IoT, Dilip is well versed in market entry strategy, geographical expansion strategy and market education. Dilip also has in depth experience in brand management, event management and consulting. He graduated from Thunderbird School of Global Management with a MBA in International Marketing and Brand Management.

Kevin Coyne
VP Software Engineering and Product Management, Intrado, Inc.

Kevin Coyne is VP of Software Engineering and Product Management at Intrado. With over 30 years experience in the high tech computer industry, Kevin has supported various markets including Telecommunications, Finance, Manufacturing and Engineering. Prior to joining Intrado, he served in leadership capacities over a 20-year period at Sun Microsystems including a multi-year, multi-deployment of the full Oracle eBusiness Suite within the global sales and service organization.
Kevin also served a four- year appointment with the University of Colorado, College of Engineering and Applied Science Advisory Board. Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems from Robert Morris University and earned a Certificate in Executive Management from the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business.

Kenneth Lowe
Director of Business Development, M2M, Gemalto

Kenneth Lowe is the Director of Business Development for Gemalto’s M2M division, with expertise on the SensorLogic platform. In his role, Ken is responsible for the implementation of SensorLogic’s M2M platform and applications, working with device manufacturers, telecommunication carriers and system integrators to efficiently bring solutions to market from design through to market launch.
Prior to joining Gemalto in 2011, Ken was President of Self Evident Enterprises, a veteran-owned custom software and design and development company. Ken has worked on international software projects as a consultant and began his career with Accenture, working in Washington D.C. in the telecommunications sector. Ken graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelors of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.

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