Event Program

Check-in / coffee
How IoT technology changes the legal system
  • Case study: the American Carrier against the national Qvarta. Can Russian developers write their own software for devices of foreign companies?
  • Case study: can software be used to restrict the owner’s rights to use an IoT device?
  • Case study: how and why do IoT devices gather your data and what should be done to restrict data collection?
Problems of IoT: GDPR compliance
  • How does the GDPR affect the IoT in Russia? 
  • Definition of the legal foundation for personal data processing and problems of Data protection impact assessment (DPIA) in the IoT field.
  • Problems of joint compliance with the GDPR and 152-FZ in the IoT processes.
Industry 4.0: The use of IOT Networks to solve real business problems
  • Ways to measure the ROI of IoT project deployments.
  • Why different IoT projects utilize different IoT networks.
  • IoT networks use cases: technical aspects.
Internet of Aviation: how the cloud of everything is transforming aviation and Airports
  • Advantages of cloud technologies in aviation for passengers.
  • Advantages of cloud technologies in aviation for airports.
  • Changes in aviation with cloud technologies.
Approaches and experience of Bosch Rexroth Group in the digital transformation planning and realization for production plants
  • Stages of digital transformation;
  • project solutions in industrial automation (by the example of specific companies);
  • how IoT gateways are used;
  • how specialists for the Industry 4.0 are trained and retrained.
Coffee break
Panel discussion
Effective urban technologies of the future
Effective urban technologies of the future
  • IoT for security. City control systems for citizens’ safety.
  • Smart transport. Solutions that monitor traffic environment and regulate the adoption of traffic management decisions.
  • City infrastructure. From lighting control to the electricity supply.
  • The Internet of Things in housing and public utilities. IoT for the convenient housing of citizens.
Effective urban technologies of the future

Will things spy on us?

  • A city that spies on citizens, things that record its owners – is it an anti-utopia or reality?
  • Our privacy rights in exchange for technologies, isn’t the price too high?
  • Internet of Things: is it the Internet or the brains of organizations that take advantage of it?
Iot-infrastructure for a smart city based on an outdoor lighting network
  • What does the ecosystem of a smart city based on a street lighting network embrace.
  • The role of LoRaWAN and NB-IoT protocols in the city infrastructure.
  • How to use big data to improve living standards.
Conveyer or manufactory in IoT. Relevance of using the IoT platform
  • why IoT uses vertical solutions to its detriment;
  • advantages of using frameworks when building an IoT solution;
  • real case studies and obtained benefits from using frameworks;
  • platform approach when building a smart city and businesses in a single smart city ecosystem.


Blockchain: DNA protocol for the IoT
  • Internet of Things (IoT) is a new paradigm of the physical world.
  • DLT concept (blockchain) as a DNA for the IoT.
  • Blockchain: new business and economic models in IoT solutions.
  • Case study dedicated to Prometheus and REMME projects.
Applicable machine learning in e-commerce – scenarios and architectures of pilot and functional projects
  • Technical implementation of projects on different platforms.
  • Importance and relevance of different algorithms and libraries available in the market.
  • Case studies: from recommendation systems to deep neural networks.
Transformation of energy metering systems. Capabilities of the IoT technology in the housing and utilities sector
  • Smart meters: how to make an upgrade;
  • a single IoT platform for utility metering;
  • metering systems: efficiency of modernization;
  • how legal entities reduce expenditures by optimizing electricity consumption;
  • application of FZ№187 On the Security of the Critical Information Infrastructure of the Russian Federation.
'Industrial Internet of Things: Industry 4.0'

Gleb Pyzhov is a vice president of the association that unites participants of the Internet of Things market. The IOTAS is a non-profit organization aimed to develop the IoT field in Russia. That is an independent platform, where participants can interact with each other to build a stable IoT infrastructure.

The expert also holds a position of the director of the Internet Support Foundation. He participated in the organization of one of the first data centers in Russia called Zenon N.S.P. Besides, Gleb worked with Intel Corporation to implement network technologies in the Russian market.

Panel discussion
Industrial Internet of Things: Industry 4.0
Closing of the conference
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