Cyber security, 5G, and smart cities: what will the speakers tell about at the Internet of Things conference?

Cyber security, 5G, and smart cities: what will the speakers tell about at the Internet of Things conference?

International Internet of Things conference will take place already on March 27! It’s the sixth time Smile-Expo is holding the event in Moscow. Within this period, it has become a platform uniting representatives of various aspects of the Internet of Things market.

The conference program is complete so we have prepared a brief description of the speakers and their presentations.

Smart cities

IoT developments help cities become more convenient for life. For example, in Hamburg (Germany, sensors on the lanterns near the road allow a city with slow night traffic to save electricity: they turn on as soon as a car is approaching.

What is more, in spring 2019, the Shenzhen government (China) has started trialing facial recognition systems for subway fare payment. The artificial intelligence would allow the citizens to do away with a traditional payment fare.

What are our achievements in this field?

5G and smart city platforms

In the future, Russia intends to introduce an IoT platform with uniform standards. Moreover, 5G would interconnect these IoT products.

Prospects and possibilities of the relevant technologies will be a key point during the panel discussion called ‘Satellite communication in the future 5G infrastructure. A unified platform for smart cities and IoT’.

IoT and urban infrastructure organization

An IoT infrastructure is a focus of the first Russian ‘Laboratory and competence center for smart city and IoT’. Anton Chupilko, Head of the center and our speaker, will explain which city would in fact be effective and what we need to do in order to build it right now.

Smart city building abroad

Global VP at SAP Tom Rafteri will share foreign experience in future cities building. He will tell about US approaches to smart cities creation.

IoT in entrepreneurship

The IoT experts will explain why industry solutions are growing popular.

Optimization of internal business processes

The company’s efficiency much depends on optimization of internal business processes. Head of Integration and Implementation Quality Control Department at 1C-Bitrix Aleksandr Serbul will tell how to optimize goal setting and meetings organization using a voice assistant.

Another speaker of the forum will be Innovation Project Manager at Bosch Nikita Dogadchenko. He develops IoT Suite in Russia and projects not related to the company’s common business. The expert will explain how to create IoT products based on Bosch IoT Suite. The presentation will be beneficial for the companies that intend to launch IoT projects and search for the relevant platform.

Effective power consumption in the industry

A representative of Jet Infosystems Alexey Sechkin will dwell on the ways of manufacturing processes optimization using IIoT. The expert will share the insights on how projects with implemented IIoT solutions work and what revenue they in fact generated.

IoT projects from an investors’ point of view

What categories do investors use to assess the projects in the field of consumer and corporate IoT? What is currently available? These questions will be featured at the discussion within the Internet of Things conference. Startup founders, investors, and representatives of IT companies will take part in the panel discussion.

Cyber security in IoT

As calculated by Gartner, 20% of IoT companies suffered from hacker attacks within 2015-2018. The Internet of Things is a nascent sphere so it’s vulnerable to various cyber attacks. How to protect users and companies from this risk?

Software for IoT devices protection

IT Security Manager at Cisco Igor Girkin will shed light on the problem of cyber attacks for Russian IoT companies. He will explain whether the Russian IoT market is ready to combat hacker attacks and what to do to prevent fraudsters.

Anti-hacking hardware

Head of projects at MIKRON JSC Mikhail Godenko will feature hardware and hacking prevention. The speaker represents a company with a 55-year history whose share in the export of all the Russian electronic devices is estimated at 70%. Mikhail will tell what role home electronic components play in the system of information security of Russian critical infrastructure?


To meet the speakers and other industry representatives face-to-face,
register to the event that will take place in Technopolis Moscow congress center.

Attention: standard ticket price – 12 000 RUB,
on the day of the event – 15 000 RUB.

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