Mobile Breakfast Series–London–June 17th

Mobile Breakfast Series–London–June 17th

I am excited to add Professor Mischa Dohler of King’s College in London to the program. Prof. Dohler is a distinguished researcher and an entrepreneur and is focused on IoT, Smart Cities, and 5G. His work has been referenced by PM Cameron at CeBIT

The topic of discussion will be “Internet of Things: Exploring the next big thing in mobile.” Internet of Things (IoT) has been hailed as the next big thing in the mobile industry. As connections from objects and things interconnect with existing and new end points, the networked effect can provide tremendous opportunities, reshape existing processes, user experiences, and expectations. But, really, how real is IoT? and what will it take to reach the billions of dollars promised? Will it fundamentally alter how we do things? We are starting to see signs of tremendous progress. GE is investing $4B+ into its version of IoT – the industrial Internet and it is making the difference in operations and machine learning. Connected consumer gadgets are enabling us to lead healthier lives, work more efficiently, and manage our time more effectively.

Venue: Telefonica, 20 Air Street, London, W1B 5AN London, UK

When: Breakfast and Registration: 8-9am, Panel Discussion: 9-10:30am, Networking: 10:30-11:30am

Registration (limited seats) Early Bird expires next week

We have an exciting panel planned with some leading experts on the subject:

Prof. Mischa Dohler, King’s College, London and Cofounder, Worldsensing

Dominik Fromm, GM – Mobility Services, BMW

Francisco Jariego, Director – Industrial IoT, Telefonica

Raine Bergstrom, GM – IoT, Intel

Chetan Sharma, President, Chetan Sharma Consulting (moderator)

Dominik Fromm is responsible for expanding BMW Group’s Mobility Services in the United Kingdom under the BMW, MINI and BMW i brands. Francisco is responsible for the Industrial IoT projects including Smart Cities for Telefonica. Raine is a mobile industry veteran and is driving Intel’s investment in IoT and related services.

Look forward to seeing you in June.