Day One - April 23rd 2013
9.00 Topic to be confirmed
Sylvain Thevenot, Marketing Director, Home, Everything Everywhere
9.25 Finding the killer app for the connected home
- What element of the connected home will prove value to the customer?
- Opportunities in bundling in entertainment/security/HEM and other smart services
- What next for the connected home ecosystem
Jerry Kramskoy, Senior Technologist, BBC
9.50 DIY connected home: Cutting down on installation and repair costs from installation
- The importance of training engineers to get correct information to customer upon installation
- How easy-to-use software can save million in customer care and repairs
- Role of the engineer in simplifying the connected home for the average user
10.15 Topic to be confirmed
Guilhem Poissot, Head of Connected Devices, Vodafone Group
11.10 Connecting Devices in the Connected Home
- Will home network technologies meet the needs of next generation services?
- Can the ever increasing access speeds be used throughout the home?
- When installing a network how can the impact on the home user be minimised?
Adrian Thurlow, Creative Engineer, Connected Home, BT
11.35 How can operators sell and successfully market a connected home application
- Building a business model for the smart home and proving value to the customer through targeted marketing
- Identifying what the consumer wants and what services they are willing to pay for
- Pricing structures, quad-play and bundling with existing energy/entertainment/security packages
Oscar Fafian, Connected Home Strategy Leader, R Cable y Telecomunicaciones Sapin
12.00 Connected Home Services: Who’s Interested and Willing to Pay?
- Profiles of consumers in Western Europe and the US who are ready to adopt selected connected home solutions
- Focus on remote monitoring, control, energy management and health care services
- Market outlook and forecast to 2018
12.30 Lunch Break
ENERGY, SECURITY, HEALTHCARE AND BEYOND - BUILDING A CONNECTED HOME FOR FOR ALL
13.40 Topic to be confirmed
Christopher Rimmer, ENT Smart Energy Manager, E.ON New Build & Technology
14.05 Hoe much energy can consumers save through HEM Services?
Luca Giacomello, Project Manager, Telecom Italia
14.30 Incorporating smart meter technology into the wider connected home offering
- Opportunities in the energy value chain
- How to strengthen the relationship between the smart grid and the home
Milagros Rey Porto, Project Manager, Gas Natural Fenosa
14.55 Opportunities and challenges in M2M deployments
- What opportunities are out there for Telcos in the M2M space?
- Delivering and M2M integrated business model
- What the future holds for M2M, and what appliances & devices are part of this revolution
Dundar Ozdemir, Head of M2M, Turkcell
15.20 Coffee Break
15.50 Deployment case study - Partnership driven deployment of HEM and energy management smartHome systems
Alex Jones, Emerging Technologies Manager, British Gas
16.15 Connected Appliances and the smart home
Marco Signa, Energy Strategy Senior Manager, Whirlpool
16.40 Tools and Services to Accelerate the M2M Business
Nataliya Gencheva, International M2M Partner Development, Deutsche Telekom
PANEL - How to transform the house from a home to a device beyond entertainment
- Building connectivity, not a pipe
- Cloud capability, wireless infrastructure and enhanced network capability to deliver
- What devices and services will be key to driving
Werner Wiedermann, Senior Research Manager, A1 Telekom Austria
Susan Furnell, Head of Smart Networks, RWE nPower
17.15 End of Day One
Day Two - April 24th 2013
9.00 Moving from the planning stages to deployment - key considerations
- How can the industry make money out of the connected home?
- What are the key sectors and services to be offered?
- How can telcos and utilities better engage with the market and drive early adopters
Ben Haylock, Director, Devices & Technology, Qatar Telecom
9.25 Magyar Telekom Case Study: Special Telco strategies in the smart home business
- What smart home services such as home automation, energy maangement and securty are easy to create but hard to sell
- Creating alternative paths to approach success - Creating value propositions where the market-resistance is lower
- Connected Home and the Bear Grylls approach
- IT is ready, customers are educated, crisis is on, and the value propsition...is failure guaranteed?
- What would Bear Grylls do: some tips for telco operators in the connected home space
Dr. Mader Miklos Peter, Business Development, Magyar Telekom
9.50 Developing reliable Wi-Fi, IPtv solutions and beyond to enhance the connected home experience
- The role of hybrid networks
- Opportunities within the home automation and security segment?
- Where are we now, and what does a large-scale industry need from cellular, broadband and Wi-Fi networks?
Yusuf Hassan, GM EMEA, Affinegy
10.15 Coffee Break
10.40 Building connectivity in the home - Challenges
- The role of the mobile networks in delivering M2M connectivity to the home
- How M2M fits into the connected home strategy of a mobile network operator
Marco Romero Rodríguez, Global Head Marketing, M2M, Telefonica Digital
9.50 Energy@home Association: en eco-system approach to Smart Consumption
- Latest updates from Energy@home Association
- Eco-system approach to Home Energy Management
- Communication as the key enabler for home energy efficiency
- Where is the economic value for the end users?
- First results from the ongoing trial
Fabio Bellifemine, Director, Energy@Home Association; Senior Project Manager, Telecom Italia
11.30 The role of the Zmart device in the Smart Home
- What will the role of the Smartphone and Tablet be within the Smart Home?
- What lessons can we learn from the way customers interact with smart devices to drive engagement with Smart Home services?
John Hunter, Group Services Director, Carphone Warehouse
11.55 Topic to be confirmed
Kevin Meagher, VP & GM Smart Home, Lowe's Home Improvement
12.20 Lunch Break
ENTERTAINMENT, MULTIMEDIA AND MEDIA DELIVERY INTO THE HOME
13.20 Monetising the conenctedTV
- The importance of developing a single platform for software and device development
- Where are the main opportunities for monetisation, and what does the consumer perceive to be worth spending money on?
- Understanding how the customer interacts with a SmartTV
Richard Wray, Applied Research Manager, IPTV and Connected Devices, BSkyB
13.45 How to evolve the Home Hub in the future
- The role of DVR
- What applications can be built into the system
- What does the customer really want vs need?
Jason Wong, Director, Product Marketing, TiVo
14.10 How second- and third-screen services are shaping the way media is consumed
- Assessing how consumer demands and expectations of media-in-the-home is changing and adapting
- Key services and applications that enable a digital multimedia experience
- Where will digital consumption go to next?
14.35 Coffee Break
15.05 Connected Hospital - Creating an environment for remote patient-care
- What cost-saving opportunities exist through Connected Health
- Chronic illness treatment through connected home services
- Challenges in deploying mHealth services that provide 24 hour access to health information and advice
15.30 Video, mulit-screen and multi-video solutions
- Broadband distribution into the home
- How are apllications such as Skype changing the way we see and use the TV
- Monetisation opportunities
Denise Parkinson, Director, Entertainment, Yahoo!
15.55 What is the business case for video aggregation?
- Challenges with intellectual property and online video streaming
- How can mobile network operators monetise video aggregators?
- Where do aggregators fit in the smartTV scenario?
17.00 End of Day Two and the 4th Connected Home Global Summit