IoT NY #53: Edge Intelligence on IoT Day

Internet of Things (IoT) NY
Internet of Things (IoT) NY
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April 9th is IoT Day! This year on IoT Day, we'll focus on Edge Intelligence:

The International Data Corporation (IDC) has concluded that by 2019 at-least 40% of IoT data will be stored, processed, analyzed and acted upon close to, or at the edge of the network. Come learn about data processing at the edge and the promise of improved agility, security and reliability in data-handling and analytics systems.

GIVEAWAY: IoT World is an annual conference in Silicon Valley, covering topics that are top priorities for tech execs, startups, and other industry leaders, and is generously providing one giveaway for one Everything Pass. **Please be sure to bring a business card if you would like to enter to win a free Everything Pass to attend IoT World on May 14-17**

--Event Program--
An introduction from Ed Maguire, Venture Partner @ Momenta Partners

Neil Cohen, VP Marketing @ Edge Intelligence
Abstract: Extending Analytics to the Edge for IoT
It is predicted that there will be more than 30B IoT devices by the end of this decade. Data generated from these machines and sensors require instantaneous intelligence and ongoing analysis to extract maximum value and gain competitive advantage. In order to do so, the architecture for warehousing data needs to change in order to handle massive growth in data volumes and new requirements for privacy. Learn how a distributed analytics platform built by Edge Intelligence brings data to the core of an IoT strategy and unlocks new business insights through machine learning, complex event processing and data forensic techniques. Find out how to implement quickly along with enterprise, telecommunication and government examples.

Amir Halfon, VP Strategic Solutions @ iguazio
Abstract: Data Processing at the Edge
Several forces have been pushing technology organizations towards the notion of “Edge Computing”. Especially with advent of IoT, there’s a growing realization that a centralized cloud infrastructure is cost-prohibitive when it comes to large data volumes. This session will examine edge computing in the context of processing large amounts of streaming data close to the source. It will introduce a technical architecture that’s an alternative to traditional centralized data processing, along with several case studies.

--Thank you to our sponsors--
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Momenta Partners: Momenta Partners are accelerating the growth of Connected Industry companies since 2012. The team consists of deep practitioners having led connected companies and business lines at Apple, Brambles, Daintree, Eurotech, GE Digital, IBM, ThingWorx, Wonderware and others.