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projekt202 Austin Hosts: IoT Central, Austin - Fog Computing & IoT with the OpenFog Consortium

  • projekt202 Austin 1300 Guadalupe Stree, Suite 300 Austin, TX 78701 (map)

Fog computing is rapidly emerging as the necessary architecture in IoT, 5G and other advanced digital scenarios, due to latency, networking and bandwidth challenges in traditional architectural approaches. 

This event will feature local OpenFog representatives + live simulcast with leading fog computing experts: 

• Tao Zhang, Chief Scientist for Smart Connected Vehicles at Cisco Systems

• Mung Chiang, Doty Professor, Chairman of PEC, Director of Keller Center, Director of EDGE Lab at Princeton University

• Steve Vandris, Director, Strategic Marketing at Intel

 

Agenda

5:00pm     Arrive & Networking

5:30pm     Welcome & Intro

5:45pm     Simulcast: Intro to OpenFog Consortium Tao Zhang, Cisco

6:05pm     OpenFog Consortium Overview 

                    • Fog Computing     Mung Chiang, Princeton University

                    • Edge Vs. Fog          Tao Zhang, Cisco 

                    • Use Cases               Steve Vandris, Intel

6:50pm     Panel Discussion

                    • Lynne Canavan, Executive Director of OpenFog Consortium

                    • Mung Chiang, Doty Professor, Chairman of PEC, Director of Keller Center, Director of EDGE Lab at Princeton University

                    • Steve Vandris, Director, Strategic Marketing at Intel

                    • Tao Zhang, Chief Scientist for Smart Connected Vehicles at Cisco Systems

                    • Mitchell Golner (moderator), Founder, IoT Central

7:10pm Q&A / Local OpenFog representatives

7:20pm Member Announcements

7:25pm Networking

8:00pm End of Event 

 

You will learn: 

• Why fog computing is a necessary architecture for IoT, 5G and AI

• How customers are deploying fog computing via real-world use cases

• Technical advantages and challenges of fog computing

• Security challenges in fog computing