On July 25th, thought-leaders from government and industry gathered to discuss current and emerging IoT trends, the growing role of IoT as a platform for innovation in government, and key challenges and business drivers that agencies should consider. If you missed the event, you can view the encore presentation of our Government Keynote Speakers and download additional content below to learn more about this topic.
IoT: A Mission Perspective - Encore Presentation
Watch this encore presentation of Adrian Gardner, FEMA discussing how IOT will help citizens before, during and after a disaster. Specifically, he looks at how the agency is able to leverage wearable devices, unmanned aerial vehicles and other sensor platforms to help first-responders and their leaders make better-informed, real-time decisions. He also shares his vision for the role of IoT during the next five years. WATCH ADRIAN GARDNER PRESENTATION
IoT: The Reality and the Promise - Encore Presentation
The Internet of Things is expected to become an important platform for innovation in government, providing agencies with new tools for managing their operations and delivering on their missions. But first agencies need to understand what exactly is meant by IoT. In this encore presentation, Jeffrey Voas, NIST, discusses the foundational elements of IoT and the broader concept of the network of things (NoT) and what this means for the future of IoT in government.
WATCH JEFFREY VOAS PRESENTATION
IoT Gains Traction
Organizations use IoT data to create apps, manage assets, and improve service. Part of the challenge that comes with the Internet of Things (IoT) is learning to think about problems—and solutions—in new ways. IoT’s basic value proposition is simple. READ THE FULL SUMMARY HERE