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Thursday, June 29


DA1: Wearable Sensors & Performance Biomechanics in MLB, NHL, NBA, NFL and on the Assembly Line

Join Ben Hansen to learn how data and analytics from wearables allow for performance and injury prevention discussions to be had. Attendees will explore the future of data and analytics in a broader sense.

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Ben Hansen

VP & Chief Technology Officer, Motus Global
Ben Hansen is the VP & Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Motus Global – He is a biomechanics and wearable technology executive specializing in movement analysis using emerging technologies. He has previous experience as a biomechanical engineer for the Milwaukee Brewers, and was... Read More →

Thursday June 29, 2017 10:00am - 10:50am
Meeting Room 212AB


DA2: A Wealth of Data: Sensors in Black Boxes - Planes, Drones & Automobiles

In today's transportation environment, systems are growing increasingly more connected and inter-operable driving the real-time demand for intelligent sensor data. A common theme in aviation and automobiles is the next generation specification known as NEXT GEN which is defining the use case for sensor data and black box telematics. This session explores sensor advances in mobile telematics, modern black boxes and next generation smart data for aviation, drones and automobiles.

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Greg Berkin

Director, Concours Ventures

Thursday June 29, 2017 11:00am - 11:50am
Meeting Room 212AB


DA3: Plug&Pray: Enablers and Barriers for Large Scale IIOT Deployments

The emergence of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market is a response to the need for enormous amounts of data to monitor remote infrastructure and dispersed assets. While sensor capabilities have evolved, there is much to be done to enable the IIoT to reach its full potential. CTO of IIoT remote monitoring provider Ayyeka, Yair Poleg, will discuss how technical specifications will keep sensor manufacturers competitive in an age in which full-stack, streamlined, secure solutions are the way forward.


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Dr. Yair Poleg

Chief Technology Officer, Ayyeka
With a PhD in Computer Science from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and as a former team leader and project manager with the Israeli Defense Force’s elite 8200 signals intelligence unit, Yair specializes in signals processing and spearheads Ayyeka’s technological and intelligence... Read More →

Thursday June 29, 2017 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Meeting Room 212AB


DA4: Smart, Cheap, and Discrete: A Data Story Gets Foggy with Stream Analytics (And We're Better for It)

Sensors and Analytics have been dating for a while and together producing a lot of data. IoT loves Analytics (but only when it's at its best). It also loves Cloud, which makes for a complicated relationship. Cloud and its partner, Storage, love almost everyone, but sometimes have some communication issues.

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Damian Black

CEO, SQLstream, Inc.
Damian Black finished as the highest scoring computer science graduate from the University of Manchester before setting out on a highly successful career in the high tech software sector, with senior management positions at HP, XACCT and Followap. He holds 11 US patents, was a finalist... Read More →

Thursday June 29, 2017 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Meeting Room 212AB