Mobile IoT technologies, also known as low power wide area (LPWA), serve a diverse range of vertical industries and applications that use low data rates, require long battery lives with low cost, and often operate in remote and hard to reach locations. These new technologies, standardised by 3GPP last year, will be crucial for the utility industry to transform and digitalise for better coverage. Mobile IoT is predicted to connect billions of devices by 2020.

This webinar brings together the voice of the operator, vendor and customer to explore the unique capabilities of these new technologies and how they address the requirements of the utilities companies.

Featured Speakers:

Emmanuel Maçon-Dauxerre
Vice President, Global Accounts & Projects
Telit

Emmanuel has spent over 20 years in the IoT/ telecom industry after an initial start in Singapore as a product engineer for Tomson VCR. He has since held various positions in the industry. Today he holds two positions as Telit’s vice president of EMEA business development (since April 2015) and vice president global accounts and projects (since April 2017).

Jan Forslow
Senior Product Line Manager
Itron

Jan Forslow has for the last five years been the Sr. Product Line Manager for Itron’s Networked Solutions products. This entails a fleet of more than 20 million SmartMeter deployed in the United States alone. Prior to joining Itron, Jan held the position as VP Product Manager at Sonim Technologies.

Gianfranco De Feo
Senior Manager
Pietro Fiorentini Ltd

Gianfranco has spent the whole of his professional life serving utilities. Over his 30 years’ of experience, he drove the internationalization process of the company, opening operations in various part of the world and taking the helm of some of them among which USA represents the most significant.

Svetlana Grant
Project Director, Future IoT Networks, Internet of Things Programme
GSMA

Svetlana has over 15 years of experience in mobile industry. Since March 2014, Svetlana has been leading the Future IoT Networks project, working with the industry to identify emerging IoT service requirements, with a focus on security and low power wide area technologies.

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