May 3–4, 2016
(Opening reception/dinner May 2)
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
San Francisco, CA
Tesla Motors, Featuring a Factory Tour and Test Rides
May 5, 2016
“Therefore, having obtained the opportunity from these sources, I too began to consider the mobility of the earth."
— Nicolaus Copernicus
"I want the entire smartphone, the entire Internet, on my wrist."
— Steve Wozniak
Bell’s Law of Computer Classes predicted the smartphone decade, and that it’s about give way to a class whose typical members are millimeter-scale sensors. At the same time, “The Network Is the Computer” is steadily becoming our reality. There’s no better time to discuss the many topics that aggregate around Networks, Sensors, & Mobility.
Akram Boukai, Silicium Energy
Harvesting Energy from Heat
JoÃo Barros, Veniam
The Internet of Moving Things
Jay Gardner and Charlie Bogue, Wind + Wing Technologies
Steve Grobman, Intel
Securing the Internet of Things
Robert W. Heath, University of Texas
Millimeter Wave Cellular Systems—The Future of 5G
Chih-Ming Ho, UCLA School of Engineering
Phenotypic Personalized Medicine
Brewster Kahle, Internet Archive
Locking the Web Open
Kimmo Kalliola, Quuppa
Location Based Services and the Internet of Things
Alex Kendall, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
A Deep Learning Framework For Visual Scene Understanding
Jim Marggraff, Eyefluence, Inc.
Interpreting Focus From Eye Movement
Ray Ozzie, Talko Inc.
Mobile Team Communication
David P. Reed, Advisory Board Member TTI/Vanguard
The Co-Evolution of the Internet and Wireless: What's at Stake?
Kyle Roche, Amazon Web Services Internet of Things
Managing Billions of Devices Via the Cloud
John Tolva, PositivEnergy Practice
The Array of Things: An Urban Sensing Project
Geoffrey West, Santa Fe Institute
Networks, from Nucleotides to Cities and Corporations