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IOT VISIONS 2024

Towards resilient, interoperable, and secured AIoT.

June 14, 2024, 8:30 AM

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IoT Visions Zurich is the number one networking and english-speaking conference for industry and academia to start business in IoT, AI, AR, and Metaverse, and to kickstart new projects. Join top technology professionals, leading industry players, learn from curated keynotes, get exclusive access to program, and become a part of the digital transformation. Dress code is Business or Business Casual. The language of the event is English.

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20 Speakers
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35 Sponsors / Partners
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250 Physical Visitors
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International Event
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High Marketing Reach

Technologies

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Internet of Things
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Artificial Intelligence
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Augmented Reality
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Metaverse
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LPWAN / 5G

Markets

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Digital Buildings​
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Energy & Water​
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Logistics
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Agriculture
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Healthcare
Location

How to get to the
SIX Convention Point

From Zurich main station (Zürich HB) take tram line 4, direction Altstetten. Coming from the station in Altstetten, take tram line 4, direction Tiefenbrunnen. From either direction get off at Sportweg. The SIX ConventionPoint is situated within the SIX building next to the tram stop.

The highway connections are a few minutes drive from the SIX ConventionPoint. There is a public pay parking at the Hard Turm Park garage, to be entered via Pfingstweidstrasse. In the garage follow the signs to building 110/SIX.

From Zurich airport to the SIX ConventionPoint it is approximately 20 minutes by Taxi. If you prefer public transport, take one of the trains to Zurich Hardbrücke. From there tram line 4 direction Altstetten takes you directly to the SIX ConventionPoint. Get off at Sportweg.

You can find 3-4 hotel next to the venue that we can recommend, i.e., Sheraton Zurich, 25hours Hotel, Novotel, and Ibis Zurich West.

Sheraton Zurich Hotel is the partner of IoT Business Hub and is perfectly located to the IoT Inspire Zurich event venue. A 2 min walk separates the hotel rooms from the Six Convention Point. You can book your room directly through booking.com or the website of the hotel.

Sheraton Zurich Hotel is the perfect starting point for a stroll through the area and its trendy shops and bars. Sheraton brings people together. Meet the young and cosmopolitan neighborhood in the bar NUOVO or at the Route 26 Steakhouse. The city center and the central station are only a few minutes away by tram. The tram station Toni-Areal is located directly in front of the hotel. The cozy rooms and suites, some with impressive views over Zurich, are the perfect place of rest and relaxation in the lively Zurich West district. The generously designed rooms are equipped with air conditioning, USB port, a flat-screen TV and a fridge, perfect for modern travellers.

Program

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Key-notes

IoT inspire Zürich 2022
08:00- 08:30
Entrance / Security -Check
08:30 – 09:00
Small Breakfast
09:00 – 10:00
Welcome Talk
10:00 – 10:45
Keynotes
10:45 – 11:00
Coffee Break
11:00 – 12:00
Impulse
12:00 – 13:30
Lunch Break
13:30 – 14:30
Tech Talks
14:30 – 14:45
Coffee Break
14:45 – 15:05
Discussion Panel: Edge-AI - Driving Next-Generation IoT Applications
15:05 – 15:25
Novelties
15:25 – 15:40
Coffee Break
15:40 – 16:10
Novelties
16:10 – 16:30
Discussion Panel: Leveraging Interoperability - A mission for scalable, secured, and resilient IoT
16:30 – 16:40
Closing Talk
16:40 – 19:00
Speed Dating | Apéro riche
Speaker

Become a Speaker

Experts, key players from industry and technology solution providers present use cases on key technology topics and illustrate how solutions are impacting today’s & tomorrow’s industries. Be one of the speakers that will share your know-how, insight or innovative technology solutions.

General Manager

Peter Hedberg

Senior Business Development Manager Mobile Network Testing

Christian Müller

Future Communication via IoT – New Quality of Service demands on Devices and Networks

Christian Müller has been working for Rohde & Schwarz for more than 40 years and is currently a Senior Business Development Manager for the 5G Industry Network eco-System. His focus is on the whole test and measurement chain from RF to end-user experience, focusing on helping customers deliver better services and higher network performance. During his career at Rohde & Schwarz, Christian Müller has had different leadership roles on both national and international level. He has gained test and measurement experience from radio layer up to application layer within the worldwide public and private Mobile Networks ecosystem.

Head of Sales

Alan Rae

Alan Rae is a forward-thinking IoT advocate and the Head of Sales at LORIOT with over 6 years of experience in the LoRaWAN sector, supporting global companies deploying some of the largest LoRaWAN projects worldwide.

Specializing in the advancement of network connectivity and management technology, his ambition is focused on facilitating global IoT adoption and scalability. Alan‘s role has been crucial in supporting companies across diverse industries, emphasizing the transformative power of connected technologies to boost efficiency and sustainability worldwide.

Postdoctoral Researcher

Dr. Victor Kartsch

Victor Kartsch received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Bologna (2020) under the mentorship of Prof. Luca Benini. His doctoral work centered on developing integrated hardware and software for Human-Machine Interaction (HMI) systems, focusing on EMG and EEG signal processing. Several international journals and conferences document his contributions to this field. Now a research fellow at ETH Zurich’s Integrated System Laboratory, Victor leads projects on designing nano autonomous aerial vehicles. His current research aims to integrate innovative sensor and microcontroller technologies with tiny AI algorithms running on the edge to enhance UAV’s performance and capabilities for complex autonomous tasks.

Business Development Manager IoT

Oscar Rechou

Oscar Rechou holds an MSc in Electronics from the Technical University of Winterthur (1998) and a MBA from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (2003). Since 2019, Oscar has been working as Senior Business Development Manager and IoT Lead at Sunrise Business. In this role he is responsible for various market segments such as Smart Energy, Smart City and Smart Building. With more than two decades of international IoT experience, his understanding of both the needs of business customers and the evolving IoT ecosystem, Oscar realizes pilot projects that advance Sunrise in its journey from a TelCo to a TechCo.

CEO

Daniel Bärtschi

Daniel Bärtschi holds a BSc in Physics from the FHNW (1988) and a postgraduate degree in Business Management from the Kaderschule St.Gallen (1995). Daniel founded Avisec in 2009 with a strong focus on construction site monitoring. Avisec has become a leader in the construction site monitoring industry in the DACH region. The CEO is enthusiastic about developing the company to further scale avisec in terms of global coverage and enhancing the solution with more AI.

CEO

Ernst Schranz

Ernst Schranz obtained a BSc in Mechanical Engineering in 2011 and a Master’s degree in Industrial Technologies in 2014 from the FH NTB in Buchs SG, Switzerland.
During his master studies he was working as a scientific employee at the FH NTB in Buchs SG.
After his studies he started as a Development Engineer at TRUMPF Switzerland AG in 2014.
In 2017 he moved to GRITEC AG as a Development Engineer and in 2020 he was promoted to the Head of Business Unit “System Innovation. In 2022, Ernst Schranz was appointed as the new CEO of GRITEC AG.

Sales & Product Manager

Yener Dimitokali

Experienced Sales Manager with a demonstrated history of working complex yet challenging environments while producing top performance. Skilled in International Sales, International Marketing, Business Development, Product Management, Technical Sales, Distributor Management, Team Management, Project Management, Key Account Management, Technical Support, International Financial Regulation, Export Operations, Company Organization Challenges and Agile ways of working.
Always striving for the next big challenge with ambitions of managing complex tasks and shareholder issues.

Hardware Team Lead

Liliane Paradise

Moderation

Liliane Paradise is the Head of Hardware at Miromico, a renowned Swiss IoT company specializing in embedded electronics for IoT applications. With a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from ETH Zürich, Liliane brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her role. Having dedicated her career to the field of Embedded Hardware and Software, Liliane plays a crucial role in driving the development of innovative IoT solutions at Miromico. Her profound industry knowledge and leadership contribute to Miromico’s success as a leading provider of cutting-edge IoT solutions.

Co-Head of Division of Business and Economic Development Canton Zurich, Lecturer for Innovation and Technology Management

Markus Müller

Welcome Talk

Markus completed his doctoral studies in materials science at ETH Zurich and proceeded to build a distinguished career in process and product development. He served as the Manager of Production Engineering at Sensirion AG, followed by a tenure as Manager of Advanced Materials and Technologies at Sonova AG. To enhance his engineering expertise, he attained a Master’s in Advanced Studies in Management, Technology, and Economics (MAS ETH MTEC) from ETH Zurich. In 2021, Markus embarked on a role with the Canton Zurich’s Division of Business and Economic Development, initially as a Project Manager overseeing the high-tech sector. This year, he advanced to Co-Lead the Division. Alongside his commitments to the Canton, Markus also imparts knowledge as a lecturer in Innovation and Technology Management at the OST University of Applied Sciences in Rapperswil.

Business Development & Partners

Annalena Zottmann

Panels' Moderation

Annalena Zottmann is a driving force behind innovative smart metering and city solutions and services at Diehl Metering. She has several years’ experience in ideation, exploration and realization of new solutions across various markets. Annalena’s focus is on designing future-proof und user-centric IoT solutions based on the needs of smart utilities and cities.

Head of Digital Building, Member of the Management

Adrian Staudenmaier

Digital Buildings

Adrian Staudenmaier holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science from the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Winterthur, Switzerland from 2003. In addition he completed the MAS program in Digital Transformation at the ZHAW in 2023. Starting 2003 he worked at Alstom as a service engineer in the field of gas and steam turbine control systems. In 2015, Adrian joined EKZ (Elektrizitätswerke des Kantons Zürich) Energy Contracting as head of the control technology department. In 2019, he moved to Jobst Willers Engineering AG, where he successfully built up the Digital Building division.

Professor

Prof. Dr. Christoph Wildfeuer

Beyond Classical Encryption: Post-Quantum Cryptography in IoT

Prof. Dr. Christoph Wildfeuer obtained his doctorate in quantum technologies from the University of Siegen in 2003, after studying physics in Bonn and Siegen. His postdoctoral work in the USA involved research at esteemed institutes, focusing on quantum sensors and cryptography. Joining the FHNW School of Engineering in Brugg-Windisch in 2015, he has since been dedicated to educating future engineers and was appointed Professor for Sensor Technology in 2019. Currently, Prof. Wildfeuer leads innovative R&D projects in quantum information and post-quantum cryptography, which include the application of the Kyber post-quantum algorithm on embedded systems, the enhancement of wireless technology security, and the development of secure satellite communications protocols. His scholarly work, as both an author and co-author, has contributed to the academic discourse in the field.

Managing Director

Chiara Koopmans

Chiara Koopmans is the Managing Director of truvami, an IoT startup dedicated to advancing the field of geo-localization solutions. Truvami stands out for its development of innovative, compact tracking devices that work both indoors and outdoors. Truvami’s mission is empower businesses with insights about their assets to simplify business decisions and improve their operational efficiency.

She has a strong academic background in Computer Science from ETH Zurich, one of the world’s leading universities in the field. Before embarking on her entrepreneurial journey, she acquired experience in the consulting sector, leading both strategic and IT projects. This experience provided her with invaluable insights into the intersection of technology and business.

Through her work, she aims to bridge the gap between complex technological solutions and their practical applications in business, always with a focus on enhancing efficiency and driving innovation.

Lead Digital Infrastructure and Services

Marcel Mutschler

Marcel Mutschler is Digital Innovation Manager at F. Hoffmann-La Roche AG and responsible for the development & implementation of the Smart Building Vision at the Basel / Kaiseraugst site.

IoT Lead

Steffen Ochsenreither

Steffen Ochsenreither began his career at the Endress+Hauser Group in Switzerland. There he worked worldwide in the field of digitalization in process automation. On this basis, he expanded his expertise in Industry 4.0 and IIoT at various global locations and was responsible, among other things, for the introduction of Endress+Hauser’s IoT ecosystem ‘Netilion’. In December 2022, he took up his position as IoT Strategist and Senior Expert IoT at Swiss Post. Since November 2023, Steffen has been working as IoT Lead and identifies and implements use cases that advance Swiss Post on its way to becoming a data-driven organization.

Head of ISS

Dr. Gerd Killian

Gerd Kilian was born in Nördlingen, Germany, in 1969. He received his Dipl.-Ing. degree in electrical engineering and the Ph.D. degree from Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg in 1996 and 2015, respectively. His Ph.D. thesis was on the optimization of telemetry systems. He joined the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, Erlangen in 1997. In 2000, he was the Head of the Applied Communication Techniques Group, where he led the development and implementation of software-defined radio receivers and modems. In 2014, he was the Head of the Radio Communication department and made significant contributions to the development of the mioty technology.

Board Member

Jonas Schaub

Jonas Schaub is a board member of elunic AG, headquartered in Munich. He is responsible for the business area of digital product development for machine builders (OEMs) and helps them develop IIoT I4.0 solutions and implement correspondingly linked revenue and business models.

Founder and CEO

Dr. Alfio Di Mauro

Alfio received the Master’s degree in Electronic Engineering from The Electronics and Telecommunications Department of Politecnico di Torino in 2016. Since January 2017 he worked as research assistant in the Integrated System Laboratory (IIS) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Zurich, in the group led by Prof. Luca Benini. He started his PhD in the same group in September 2017. His research is mainly focused on the development of new power management policies for modern ULP System-on-Chip (SoC) Both from a technological and architectural perspective, as well as the exploration of emerging Energy Efficiency oriented computational paradigms like Event Based Computation.

Chief Technology Officer

Alexander Raimondi

Alex Raimondi received the Master in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from the renowned ETH in Zurich, Switzerland, in 2002. Since 2004, he has been leading the embedded design group of Miromico in order to develop advanced hardware – from high performance FPGA systems to ultra low power sensor devices. Currently, he is the director of the embedded design group at Miromico.

Since 2015, he is also co-founder and CTO of Chip-ing, a high-tech start-up creating value through the intensive use of novel technologies. Currently, Chip-ing is developing the innovative golf 3.0 products.

Sponsors

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The Exhibition Area is undoubtedly one of the main attractions of the IoT Visions Zürich, where exhibitors will have the opportunity to showcase new products and solutions, make new connections and exchange questions with visitors and other companies

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Partners

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For start-up, universities, press and media we offer special packages to participate to the event.

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Covid19 Situation Update

In case if the physical event cannot take place due to Covid19, the event is either postponed or will be virtual. The ticket will remain valid for the postponed or online event.

Organization

IoT Visions is organised through the IoT Business Hub.

"IoT Visions Zurich 2024 is the place to be where globally operating enterprises, SMEs, start-ups and research laboratories will present their game-changing and future-proof IoT technologies for the digital transformation of today's industry", Sosan Nawid, Vice-president of the IoT Business Hub.

Sosan NawidVice-President

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