Our speakers Our speakers Press & analyst info Rajeev Suri President and CEO Nokia Keynote: The Fourth Industrial Revolution Moscone South, Esplanade level Wednesday, September 13th 9:00 - 10:30 PDT Learn more Monday, 11 September Ankur Bhan Global Head of Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) 5th GSMA Global Mobile IoT Summit: Keynote The Village, 969 Market Street 14.00 – 18.30 PDT This session will highlight the need for industry collaboration to create a worldwide IoT network to accelerate the Internet of Things, and it explores key challenges around the IoT such as interoperability testing with a multitude of new devices, IoT security and the challenge of generating new revenue streams in new vertical markets for operators. This session will also cover the value of carrier class infrastructure and the commercialization of LPWA technology. Tuesday, 12 September Azita Arvani Head of Innovation Partner & Venture Management WiSTEM 2017: Women in Innovation Marriott Marquis Hotel, Hall B 09:00 – 10:30 PDT Technology leaders are facing a new age of disruption. Companies of all sizes are facing competitive threats from all fronts and are being challenged to innovate differently, with more agility, while integrating diversity in the team and a maintaining their customer base. Innovation is a key strategic driver and ability to adapt to changes in a heartbeat can mean survival. Come and learn about innovation best practices, experiences and skills needed to innovate successfully in this rapidly changing environment. Chris Stark Head of Business Development Panel Discussion 2: Shared Spectrum Business Models Moscone West, Level 2, Theater 2020 13:30 to 17:00 PDT This comprehensive MVNO seminar will host leaders from the wireless and cable industries who will share their experiences, strategies and key success factors for cable operators. Azita Arvani Head of Innovation Partner & Venture Management 4YFN: Panel: Accelerating Infrastructure Entrepreneurship Soracom Theatre 13:30 - 14:15 PDT Minna Aila VP, Corporate Affairs The Role of Technology in the Fight Against Climate Change Moscone South, Esplanade level, Auditorium 4 15:30 – 16:30 PDT Every person on earth is experiencing the effects of climate change, and the technology industry is uniquely positioned to mitigate many of those effects. From energy-harnessing toys to emergency alert infrastructure, technology companies have developed innovative solutions that reduce energy use and improve the lives of those impacted. While individual efforts are beneficial, could the industry have greater influence through collective action? This session will highlight best practices in innovation and collaboration for the fight against climate change. Wednesday, 13 September Michael Peeters Head of Innovation Portfolio CBRS – Shared Spectrum, Expanded Opportunities Moscone West, Level 2, Theater 2002 9:00 – 12:00 PDT This CBRS Alliance hosted event will feature a dynamic team of speakers focused on benefits, specific use cases and opportunities tied to effective utilization of the spectrum in the CBRS band. Rajeev Suri President and CEO Keynote: The Fourth Industrial Revolution Moscone South, Esplanade level, Keynote 9:00 - 10:30 PDT We are at the beginning of a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we interact with each other, our working environment, companies, brands and governments. In its scale, scope, and complexity, the transformation will be unprecedented. One of its key tenants is the need for a complex ecosystem of organizations, from commercial companies to regulators and civic institutions and many more, to work in harmony and at a tremendous scale to unlock the potential of this technological, industrial and social revolution. Mobile has connected nearly 5 billion people with unprecedented processing power, storage capacity, and access to knowledge, but this is just the start. The addition of usable big data, artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, and quantum computing will enable a more intelligent and efficient world. Which is essential if we are to manage our burgeoning population, manage our finite resources and address climate change. This keynote will feature key players from across this diverse ecosystem from enablers to users of the technology required to drive The Fourth Industrial Revolution. Kathrin Buvac Chief Strategy Officer Women4Tech Keynote: Women Empowering Technology Equality Moscone South, Level 2, Room 207/215 11:00 - 12:00 PDT This session will highlight how integrating gender equality into the mainstream of our work environments and labor-related policies promotes equality of opportunity and treatment for men and women. Hossein Moiin Technology Advisor The 5G Ecosystem Moscone South, Esplanade level, Auditorium 5 11:00 – 12:30 PDT During this session, the discussion will revolve not only on the core technology that will become the building blocks of 5G, but also the merits of this new generation, why it is necessary, and where we will see the early deployments and developments. Devaki Chandramouli Senior Specialist, Lead Systems Architect 5G Network Slicing - Business Models and Network Capabilities Moscone South, Level 2, Room 216 14:00 – 16:00 PDT The industry is seeing 5G as a generational transformation from network to network-experience, delivering a tailored “Network as a Service” that matches specific communication needs of the services demanded by both humans and machines. This session will discuss the visions and plans for 5G-tailored network slicing in multiple industries. Jeff Marks Senior Counsel, Policy and Regulatory Affairs Wireless U: 5G and Smart Communities Marriott Marquis, Golden Gate Rooms A&B 14:15 – 15:15 PDT Communities across the country are integrating connected technologies and becoming “smart communities” in an effort to improve the lives of residents. What does this mean? This panel will highlight some of the developments associated with smart communities, while providing insight on how 5G deployment will help to intensify and increase these efforts. Learn about how companies across the mobile industry are working to develop more smart communities, the opportunities that lie ahead, as well as some of the challenges they face. Elizabeth Rojas Levi Director, Public Affairs & Government Relations Everything IoT: How Wireless Enables Connected Communities Moscone South, Esplanade level, Auditorium 5 16:00 – 17:00 PDT Big cities and small towns are digitizing municipal infrastructure to deliver services more efficiently and cost-effectively. We will hear from the technology experts, local officials and small business owners at the forefront of deploying and leveraging the infrastructure at the root of the Internet of Things. Thursday, 14 September Angel David Garcia Chief Business Architect, WING Panel: IoT Connectivity Moscone South, Esplanade level, Auditorium 4 11:00 – 12:30 PDT With the rapid development of IoT use cases and deployments, further pressure is placed on cellular networks. The development of LTE-M and specific network technology aimed at IoT has driven the network deployments targeted solely at IoT applications and services, but new networks and frameworks are also available to deliver IoT services. As these options become available, and the use cases for IoT increase in scope, a careful discussion and analysis of each option will have to be carried out before deployment. This discussion will address how MNOs can work together with different industry verticals to ensure quality of service and bandwidth, as well as understand their particular requirements. Chris Stark Head of Business Development The Connected Stadium: Enhancing Fan Engagement Moscone South, Esplanade level, Auditorium 2 11:00 - 12:30 PDT Leading executives in the field will discuss new approaches for the connected stadium and monetizing venues beyond ticket prices, reviewing technology platforms that are central to powering the connected business model while also addressing public-safety responsibilities that come with a mobile-first environment.