Agenda

I. Government Plans and Programs – IoT, Technology Innovation and the Connected Battlespace

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KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

 LIEUTENANT GENERAL ROBERT S. FERRELL

Army Chief Information Officer/G-6, US Army – tentative
As the CIO, Lieutenant General Ferrell reports directly to the Secretary of the Army, setting strategic direction and objectives for the Army network and supervises all Army C4 (command, control, communications, and computers) and IT functions. He oversees the Army’s $10 billion IT investments, manages enterprise IT architecture, establishes and enforces IT policies, and directs delivery of operational C4IT capabilities to support warfighters and business users. As the G-6, he advises the Chief of Staff of the Army on the network, communications, signal operations, information security, force structure and equipping.

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“Air Force Perspectives and Initiatives”
■ MR. FRANK KONIECZNY, SES 
Chief Technology Officer, Office of Information Dominance (SAF/A6), US Air Force; former CIO/CTO, AT&T Government Solutions – invited

“DHS Perspectives and Initiatives”
■ MR. MARTY EDWARDS
Director of the Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT), Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

“IOT Intersection with Training and Doctrine”
■ MR. THOMAS F. GRECO
Director of Intelligence, DCS, G-2 for the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, US Army

“IOT Intersection with Training and Doctrine”
■ MR. WOLF TOMBE
Chief Technology Officer, US Customs and Border Protection(CBP), Department of Homeland Security (DHS). CBP is the US’ largest law enforcement agency. Mr. Tombe leads CBP’s Strategic Technology Direction and IT Transformation initiatives.

“Naval Research Laboratory and the IOT Future”
■ MR. GUNA SEETHARAMAN
Senior Scientist ST for Advanced Computing Concepts, and Chief Scientist for Computation, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

“IOT and OASD Challenges and Initiatives”
■ SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Networks and Information Integration, OSD/CIO, C4

 

II. Roles and Missions for IoT and M2M

“The Connected Warrior and the Connected Battlefield”
■ MR. MIKE MCCARTHY
Director of Operations, Brigade Modernization Command (BMC); co-lead Connecting Soldiers to Digital Applications (CSDA) Project (tentative)

“Implications of Sensors and Mobile Devices for Healthcare”
■ DR. JOSEPH RONZIO
Special Assistant to the Chief Health Technology Officer, Veterans Health Administration (VHA); former Director, Health Information Management, US Navy

• How can Today’s Sensors Improve Medical Outcomes?
• Existing and Future Technology – What Does This Mean for the Future of Healthcare?

“Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems for Smart Cities”
■ DR. SOKWOO RHEE
Associate Director, Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); 2013 Presidential Innovation Fellow and co-Lead SmartAmerica Challenge

“Internet of Things and Harris Federal Initiatives
■ MG (ret) DENNIS C. MORAN (Army)
Vice President, DoD Business Development, Harris Corporation

“Digitizing Defense – Unlocking the Value of the Internet of Everything”
■ MR. LARRY PAYNE 
Vice President – Federal, Cisco Systems

“M2M and Mobile Communications”
■ MR. JOSEPH PORTALE
Chief Technologist, Mobility Solutions, Lockheed Martin

“Bringing the Industrial Internet to the Battlefield
■ MR. TODD STIEFLER
Senior Product Manager, Embedded Services and Software, GE Intelligent Platforms

• Vision for the Industrial Internet
• From the Industrial Internet to the Connected Battlefield
• Using Analytics to Turn Data into Insight: Predictive Maintenance, Asset Optimization, Real-Time Operational Intelligence
• Calculating ROI for IoT

 

III. IoT/M2M Architectures, Implementation, Exploitation and Security

“Netapp and IOT for Defense”
DR. GREG GARDNER
Chief Architect, Defense and Intelligence Solutions, NetApp

“IIOT and Teradata Government Solutions”
■ MR. ALAN FORD
Director of Presales Consulting, Teradata Government Systems, Teradata Corporation

“IOT and National Security”
■ MR. STEVE STENNETT
Chief Technology Officer, Federal Information Management, IBM – invited

“Wireless-Enabled Sensors for IoT”
 DR. DAVID COOPER
Technical Director, Communications and Control Solutions, BAE Systems

“Internet of Things and Link Labs Advances”
■ MR. BRIAN RAY
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Link Labs