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 IoT technologies are already making our lives more comfortable and reduce costs at production sites. Even a 2% cost reduction at a large enterprise achieved thanks to the IoT saves millions.

The Internet of Things Conference provides answers to the following questions:

- how to adjust your own IoT system and automate processes?

- which IoT capabilities can be applied in agriculture, power industry, metallurgy, machine building, and other business areas?

- how to sell the technology and which marketing tools to use?

Two conference days offer two industry-specific sessions:

October 31: survey of hardware and software, advantages and disadvantages of technological solutions, and their application areas.

November 1: survey of Industrial IoT and LifeStyle IoT projects, case studies of implementing smart car, smart city, smart factory technologies.

Conference participants:

Experts of IoT market, engineers, programmers, managers, investors, and representatives of the education sector. Presentations will be delivered by Kaspersky Lab, KNX, Internet of Things Association, KROK, Qmodule, Strij, IoT Community, etc.


    31 October

  • Aleksandr Surkov Aleksandr Surkov Russia How to build your personal IoT system 11:00 - 11:30
    Aleksandr Surkov

    Aleksandr is an organizer of Moscow IoT community. He has been developing microcontroller based devices and corresponding software since 2006.

    He has been a head of the development department for security systems at the startup since 2011.

    Apart from microcontrollers, he deals with video analytics systems.

    In 2016, he received Microsoft MVP Award. 

  • Martyn Nunuparov Martyn Nunuparov Russia Opportunities for energy efficiency of the IoT. Case studies of Qmodule 11:30 - 12:00
    Martyn Nunuparov

    CEO and Founder of Qmodule Group. Skolkovo resident.

    Ph.D. in theoretical physics of solid states. Master in microelectronic technology.

    Cofounder & Head of Laboratory of Microelectronic technology at General Physics Institute of Russian Academy of Science. Senior staff scientist at Scientific Research Institute of Molecular Electronics and JSC “Mikron”.

  • Vladimir Daschenko Vladimir Daschenko Russia Struggling for better future. Problems of eliminating vulnerabilities in industrial automation systems 12:00 - 13:00
    Vladimir Daschenko

    Vladimir Daschenko has been dealing with issues of industrial automation system security for Kaspersky Lab ICS-CERT project at Kaspersky Lab in the last couple of years. His professional interests: smart houses, smart gardens, IoT, IIoT, etc. Vladimir delivered presentations at such specialized conferences as S4, DEF CON 24 IoT Village, DEF CON 25 IoT Village, RuCTF, GeekPwn, etc.

    Moreover, vendors do not show much interest in the resolution of security problems for their own solutions. What is the reason? 

  • Andrey Golovin Andrey Golovin Russia All you need to know about KNX 14:00 - 14:30
    Andrey Golovin
  • Dmitry Zavalishin Dmitry Zavalishin Russia Expert view on IIoT 14:20 - 14:40
    Dmitry Zavalishin

    Took part in starting Russian Unix in 1985, Russian Internet in 1990, Yandex in 2000 and Phantom OS in 2010.

  • Pavel Loktev Pavel Loktev Russia MAX Russian operating system for the Internet of Things 14:40 - 15:00
    Pavel Loktev

    Pavel is deputy director of system software promotion department at Astrosoft.

    Astrosoft is responsible for the development of core competencies in the system software area: new Russian real-time operating system for IT equipment and the Internet of Things – MAX, C/C++ compilation systems, Software Defined Radio technology, mesh network organization systems etc.


  • SAP SAP SAP Leonardo 15:00 - 15:30
  • Kino Coursey Kino Coursey USA Доктор наук по AI 16:00 - 17:00
    Kino Coursey

    Dr. Kino Coursey is a computer scientist with a broad background ranging from developing communications technology to designing evolutionary and neural systems.

    His thesis focused on artificial intelligence and natural language processing using "Big Data" machine learning techniques to process Wikipedia to achieve human-level semantic association. 

    He has been a technical consultant for Hanson Robotics, Robokind, Motorola, and IBM. 

    1 November

  • iotas iotas 11:00 - 12:00
  • Andrey Sinitsyn Andrey Sinitsyn Russia Difficulties and benefits of implementing the IoT in municipal services. 12:00 - 12:30
    Andrey Sinitsyn

    Andrey Sinitsin has been working for Strij since the company was founded in 2011. He took part in the establishment of the Russian-Italian fund called MIR Capital ($1 billion), where he was in charge of investments made in technological oil-and-gas and medical companies, including Packer Service (stimulation technologies) and Rima (Italian manufacturer of titanium joints and prostheses).

    – National technologies of the IoT in Russia: hundreds of ideas, dozens of concepts, but a few ready-made solutions.

    – From occasional implementations to large projects.

    – From smart city to smart country.

  • Nikita Yuriev Nikita Yuriev Russia IoT market as viewed by investors 12:40 - 13:00
    Nikita Yuriev

    Nikita Yuriev is speaker and moderator of Startup Battle.

    He has been an analyst in the venture area for four years. Within three year at IIDF, he joined the board of directors at such companies as Fitness-clubs, Eldis, Site Secure, Stafory, Leadza, Promobot, Cinemood, Supl biz, Kidsway, and #tceh community center. 

    He made 5 exits, bringing many-fold profit for the IIDF.


  • Vyacheslav Maksimov Vyacheslav Maksimov Russia How the IoT and digitalization are changing business. Real-life examples. 15:40 - 16:00
    Vyacheslav Maksimov

    Industrial Solutions Director at CROC incorporated.

    Vyacheslav collaborates with GE, Areva, Siemens, OSIsoft, SISCO, Thermoflow, Wonderware, and some other companies.


  • Aleksandr Bulavin Aleksandr Bulavin Russia 16:00 - 16:20
    Aleksandr Bulavin

    Chief Technical Officer, LLC Ready for Sky

  • Matt McMullen Matt McMullen USA RealBotix, RealDoll 17:00 - 18:00
    Matt McMullen

    Realbotix founder and CEO. Creator of the Realdoll.

    Matt is the artist and design director behind Realbotix, and brought the core team together. He started Abyss Creations, the manufacturer of Realdoll, out of his garage in 1997. For the past 20 years, he has been creating the "The World’s Finest Love Dolls”, as well as undertaking multiple custom projects along the way. McMullen’s dolls have popped up on more than 20 television shows, among them CSI: New York, My Name Is Earl, TLC’s My Strange Addiction, Sons of Anarchy, House. 

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