Those eligible to receive the online content of the technical and/or workshop proceedings will be sent a link and password via email. To view the IEEE WF-IoT 2018 Proceedings online, visit the following link, http://wfiot.jkjmanagement.com/
You will be asked to enter the username and password that was emailed to you. Upon successful login, there is a link in the menu bar to download a pdf of the entire proceedings, or navigate to different sessions to download individual papers.
The theme of the Conference is “Smart Cites and Nations” in recognition of Singapore’s strides in embracing “Smart” — policies, principles, and practices — for which IoT is an important technology enabler. The World Forum on The Internet of Things consists of an outstanding Technical Program featuring the latest advances and experiences with IoT for the Academic and Research Community, a set of Vertical and Topical Area tracks of interest to Industry and to the Public Sector, and is relevant locally to Singapore and the larger Asia Pacific region. We expect attendance and participation from leading Research Institutions, Government Organizations responsible for IoT from around the World, and practitioners from major International Enterprises that provide products, goods, and services based on IoT.
Join us in Singapore and be a part of the important and exciting 4th IEEE World Forum on IoT. Whether you are there to listen, to present, to see the exhibits, to have your questions answered, or are there to contribute to the discussions and dialog with some of the world’s leading experts, you will find the event meaningful and memorable.
Tim Hahn is a IBM Distinguished Engineer and has been with IBM since 1990. He is the Chief Architect for Internet of Things Security within the IBM Watson Internet of Things division. He is responsible for strategy, architecture, and design for IBM Watson Internet of Things offerings.
MACIEJ KRANZ is a business leader, frequent keynote speaker, and the author of the New York Times Best Seller, Building the Internet of Things. Kranz brings 30 years of computer networking experience to his current position as Vice President of the Corporate Strategic Innovation Group at Cisco Systems.
JAN RABAEY holds the Donald O. Pederson Distinguished Professorship at the University of California at Berkeley. He is a founding director of the Berkeley Wireless Research Center (BWRC) and the Berkeley Ubiquitous SwarmLab, and is currently the Electrical Engineering Division Chair at Berkeley.
BILL RUH is the CEO for GE Digital and Chief Digital Officer for GE. GE Digital provides premier digital software solutions and services through Predix, GE’s cloud-based platform for the Industrial Internet.
Dr. Jong-Sung Hwang – Plenary Panelist at WF-IOT 2018
Dr. Jong-Sung Hwang is a lead researcher at the National Information Society Agency, in charge of developing intelligent technology strategies such as smart city and Government 3.0. He also serves as a memeber of the Special Committee for Smart City, Presidential Committee for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Adam is Founding Executive Director of Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand, an organisation dedicated to accelerating sustainability outcomes in cities and towns through the adoption of technology, data and intelligent design. In this role, Adam works with its member companies to help build a comprehensive smart cities policy framework for the region, accelerate the pipeline of smart cities investments, and build capacity within the marketplace.
Yasser Helmy is Head of Smart Cities Sales and Business Development for Cisco in Asia Pacific & Japan. He joined Cisco in 2005 for the creation of the Connected Real Estate business in the Middle East and was a founding member of the global Smart+Connected initiative at Cisco. Yasser has been involved in Smart City projects across Dubai, Sao Paolo, Barcelona, Nice, Jaipur, and Kyoto. Prior to joining Cisco, Yasser held management and sales roles with Hewlett-Packard, Fastlane, and SITA.
Mr Tan Kok Yam is the Deputy Secretary of the Smart Nation and Digital Government Office (SNDGO), in the Prime Minister’s Office. In this role, he is responsible for the plans to realise impactful projects for Smart Nation, raise quality and inter-operability of Government IT and Smart systems, grow ICT-related capabilities for Government, and engage citizens and businesses to be part of the Smart Nation journey.