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Bigbelly’s aspirations rise far above smarter waste management. It is endowing its trash systems with additional sensors and wireless communications technologies that enable it to collect and communicate a variety of useful data points both about the system itself, as well as the surrounding environment, said BigBelly CEO Jack Kutner.

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Jibo is a social robot. You talk to it, ask it questions, make requests. It’s meant to act as a helper and a partner in a variety of household experiences, much like a physical embodiment of Siri, Google Now, or any of the voice-activated concierge services available on our smartphones or tablet.

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Newsha Ghaeli and the team at MIT's Senseable City Lab are creating a digital ‘nervous system’ in our cities, and investigating the opportunity for embedded technologies to transform the analysis, design, and ultimately the quality of urban space.

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Vigo, co-founded by Jason Gui is a wearable gadget that quantifies your alertness. It nudges you when you’re dozing off, and gives recommendations about when to take smarter breaks. Jason will discuss wearables in the workplace, including fleet management & healthcare.

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The Soccket, a soccer ball that generates and stores electricity during game play, was born in 2009 and created by Jessical Matthews. For every 30 minutes of play, the ball can power an LED lamp for three hours, cutting down on toxic kerosene lamp use.

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Meet Mimo. Two green stripes run down the front of the outfit, acting as respiratory sensors. A detachable turtle clip is used to insert another sensor to monitor the baby's temperature, movement and body position. The outfits will send "updates" to an IOS or Android phone app.

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As design harnesses digital, materials and networking technologies, a very new health experience is just over the horizon. Proactive, lifestyle design. Tracking real-time health data. Non-invasive tools. Custom "just for you" treatments based on your actual genome. These are all real technologies, being used by ordinary people.

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"Wearables are not that wearable — yet", Sonny Vu, Founder of Misfit Wearables. Shine is collecting a vast store of potentially valuable data about the human body. “We are trying to hit that first layer of making the information useful,” said Vu. “But delivering insights and actionable things you can do, that is hard. It will take time and a lot of data.”

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Skybell 2.0. The lens, motion sensor, onboard memory, and Wi-Fi are all improvements on the first model, which went on sale back in January. The swiveling 90-degree lens has been replaced with a fixed one that views up to 140 degrees, making it easier to see people who may attempt to evade the camera by standing out of its field of vision.

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Air pollution affects each and every one of us; the health impacts are considerable, and have become a well-understood and widely publicised issue. Change London have created AirSensa, a UK-wide network of urban air quality monitors, starting in Greater London, to monitor and visualise air quality right down to individual street level.

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AliveCor, the California start-up makes smartphone cases that double as heart monitors, allowing users to record electrocardiograms simply by resting their device on their fingers or chest. The data can then be transmitted wirelessly to your physician for real-time monitoring.

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New Urban Mechanics is a network of civic innovation offices. Across the network, we explore how new technology, designs and policies can strengthen the partnership between residents and government and significantly improve opportunity and experiences for all.

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It's projected that there will be a one-million shortage of qualified workers in the Internet security industry in the next 5 years & 2 million jobs needed in the information technology & communications in the next 10. Peter Hirst will explore what top higher-education institutions and leading technology companies do to help fix this disparity.

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"Wearables are not that wearable — yet", Sonny Vu, Founder of Misfit Wearables. Shine is collecting a vast store of potentially valuable data about the human body. “We are trying to hit that first layer of making the information useful,” said Vu. “But delivering insights and actionable things you can do, that is hard. It will take time and a lot of data.”

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“We knew with healthcare reform we’ve got to do some things differently,” said Ashley Simmons. “Consumers are connected in every other space except healthcare. So in 2010 we began our journey of really leveraging our economies of scale and our partnerships and all the services we have available to really create this innovation focus.”

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The fully automated home is here. Arghon AIE provides users with tools to connect their devices and appliances using our private and secure Ecosystem. Businesses and manufacturers of any size can connect their devices seamlessly in the Ecosystem. The connected future is here.

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Rebecca Kramer from Purdue University is using inkjet-printing technology to "create stretchable electronics that might be compatible with soft machines, such as robots that need to squeeze through small spaces, or wearable technologies that aren’t restrictive of motion".

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Why Attend

Extraordinary Speakers

Discover cutting-edge technologies on the horizon from the world's leading innovators. Learn from the experts in the internet of things, sensors, big data, open data, connectivity and M2M. How can the IoT impact future cities, healthcare, transport, business and infrastructure?

Discover Emerging Trends

The summit will showcase the opportunities of emerging trends in the IoT and its' impact on business & society. Trying to predict what's on the horizon? Too late. The future is already here. Learn the latest technological advancements from a global line-up of experts.

Expand Your Network

A unique opportunity to interact with business leaders, influential technologists & entrepreneurs leading the internet of things revolution. Learn from and connect with 200+ industry innovators sharing best practices to advance the smart, interconnected world and prepare for the industrial internet.

Who Will You Meet

  • Technologists
  • Industry Leaders
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Senior Executives
  • Innovators
  • Investors
  • Business Managers

Join the discussion

  • 50 speakers
  • 200 leading technologists & innovators
  • Group brainstorming sessions
  • Interactive workshops
  • 7 + hours of networking
  • Access to all the filmed presentations
  • Discover technology shaping the future

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Topics We Cover

  • Big Data

    Big Data

  • Healthcare

    Healthcare

  • Connected Home

    Connected Home

  • Energy

    Energy

  • Smart Cities

    Smart Cities

  • Industrial Automation

    Industrial Automation

  • Connected Car

    Connected Car

  • Environmental Monitoring

    Environmental Monitoring


Companies Attending

  • Travelers
  • MIT
  • Vodafone
  • Comcast
  • DENSO
  • Electric Imp
  • Unilever
  • IBM

Venue

Hyatt Regency Boston 1 Avenue de Lafayette, Boston, MA 02111

The Hyatt Regency Boston is steps from Boston’s most desirable area-attractions such as the Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, and Newbury Street. Tour the Freedom Trail, visit the Museum of Fine Arts, or catch a game at historic Fenway Park, all just minutes from the hotel.

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What they say

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Chief Knowledge Officer, NASA

"Excellent event. Good combination of highly technical and broader presentation that gave me a good understanding of the current state and potential of the Deep Learning" RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit San Fran 2015

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Director of IoT Market Strategy, Xively

"'I’ve been to countless IoT events, and this was hands down one of the most interesting. It was nice to see actual people building actual connected products giving their perspective." RE•WORK IoT Summit Boston 2015

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Future & Emerging Technologies Unit

"RE•WORK provided a unique mix of technology, from the exploration of latest scientific findings to startups that can make them a reality" RE•WORK Technology Summit London 2014


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