Thursday, October 7, 2010
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
|Moderated By: Robin Duke-Woolley, CEO & Founder, Beecham Research|
Timothy Morey, Director, Business Technology Consulting Group, Aricent
Alex Brisbourne, President, KORE Telematics
Steve Pazol, President, nPhase
Michael Tighe, Executive Director & Acting-VP, Business Solution Group, Verizon Wireless
Michael A. Ueland, Vice President & General Manager, Telit Wireless Solutions, Inc. North America
In this M2M seminar we will review the latest in technology and market opportunity for network-aware devices and the service delivery platforms that support them. We will review the blueprints for an array of mobile and wireless network standards that enable Auto & Fleet, Energy, and TeleHealth innovations.
Moderator Robin Duke-Wooley of Beecham Research will introduce our panel of experts and lead the way with his own questions. The experts will open their interactive discussion with the audience for Q&As during each of three focused sessions and will welcome your input.Consumer Applications
The consumer segment of M2M has grown dramatically over the last two years, particularly the market for eReaders. The M2M market normally gravitates towards function-specific devices. We'll test this theory as we assess the growing field of consumer applications and devices where M2M proves versatile in general.Automotive Telematics
Will general-purpose smartphones supersede function-specific Personal Navigation Devices (PND) in this market? How open is "Open" in the auto OS market? Can Web-based players work alongside OEMs, TSPs and other market players? What are the implications of electric vehicles on the telematics market?Service Platforms
What is an M2M service platform? What are its benefits? What market segments are driving the demand for them - Enterprise or consumer? How different is the requirement in business versus consumer markets? To what extent are service platforms really important for M2M market development?
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