Fog World Congress was the first conference to bring industry and research together to explore the technologies, challenges, industry deployments and opportunities in fog computing and networking.
Attandees gained insight and practical how-to's to help them understand, plan and deploy fog computing & networking, the enabler for IoT, 5G and embedded AI.
If you're excited by the content on this page, be sure to attend Fog World Congress 2018, which will be held in San Francisco on October 2-3. Learn more at http://www.fogcongress.com/
Closing the Skills Gap: Training the Next Generation of Fog - Wilfried Steiner, Fog World Congress 2017
Wilfried Steiner, Corporate Scientist at TTTech Computertechnik AG, talks about the required skills and mindset needed to manage and develop fog. Acknowledging the difference in this technology today and preparing for the future, the training curriculum must change accordingly.
Edge To Core To Cloud IoT infrastructure For Distributed Analytics - Yogev Shimony and Phil Hummel, Fog World Congress 2017
Co-presenters Yogev Shimony, Director of Embedded and loT Solutions Marketing at Dell, and Phil Hummel, Data Scientist at Dell EMC, spark a discussion on the disruption that IoT’s data generates and how to make things smarter for the IoT ecosystem. Recorded at the inaugural Fog World Congress.
Building A Fog System: Challenges, Opportunities, and Standards - Matt Vasey and Dale Seed, Fog World Congress 2017
Co-presenters Matt Vasey from Microsoft and Dale Seed from InterDigital kick off the technical track from the inaugural Fog World Congress, speaking individually about the growth of fog computing in tandem with IoT, cloud and edge, as well as its opportunities and challenges. Vasey sets the stage for the remaining technical tracks.
Panel moderator Dr. Mehmet Ulema, the Director of Standards Development at IEEE Communications Society and Professor at Manhattan College, leads the panelists into a discussion on the challenges and potential solutions in Vehicle to Everything, also known as V2X communications.
Seval Oz, CEO of Aurima, talks about what’s missing in today’s vehicle automation landscape and what we need to implement for self-driving cars in the very near future. Oz discusses the mindset of transportation as utility when considering smart cities, big data and automated vehicles.
Hilton Romanski, SVP and Chief Strategy Officer at Cisco Systems, speaks about the tremendous impact that fog is having and disrupting across several industry platforms today. Romanski emphasizes the need for turning the use cases into reality, and facing the implementation challenges.
NFV And 5G In A Fog Computing & Networking Environment - Farid Singh and Raghu Kondapalli, Fog World Congress 2017
Co-presenters Farid Singh, Outgoing Co-Chair of the Edge Computing Working Group at Facebook Telecom Infra Project, and Raghu Kondapalli, Data Center Group CTO Office at Intel Corporation, speak about rethinking Edge computing for data mining.
Coming from various industries, such as geo-energy, renewable energy, seismic monitoring, oil and gas, and space exploration, a panel of experts shares use cases and how fog computing provides benefits for managing real-time network operations.
How Fog Computing Can Enhance Public Safety - Eileen Healy and Aakanksha Chowdhery, Fog World Congress 2017
Co-presenters Eileen Healy, CEO of Healy & Co, and Aakanksha Chowdhery, Associate Research Scholar at Princeton University, speak about fog computing in the arena of public safety. Specifically, how fog can support public safety, and challenges that come with the technology. Each speaker explains use cases, such as improved response times for EMTs and agency communications for police.
Panel Moderator Maria Gortalova from Princeton University, leads the discussion on analytics and fog, from a practitioner’s point of view. Panelists include Aaron Behman from Toshiba Memory America, Ahmad Fattahi from OSIsoft, Rhonda Dirvin from ARM, and Steve Jennis from ADLINK.
Fog Computing & Networking: The Multi-Billion $ Opportunity Before Us - Christian Renaud, Fog World Congress 2017
Christian Renaud, Research Director of Internet of Things at 451 Research, presents his talk on defining and sizing fog computing, as well as reviewing the vertical market applications such as healthcare and industrial. Renaud looks at fog’s projected growth of fog as a service (FaaS).
Panel Moderator Latha Kant from Vencore Labs leads this discussion regarding government initiatives and fog with panelists Alex Poylisher, also from Vencore Labs, Robert Bohn from NIST, and Sandip Kundu from National Science Foundation. Q&A following their individual presentations.
Panel Moderator Mitchell Golner from IoT Nation, leads the discussion on considerations of privacy in the wake of IoT technology and beyond. Panelists include Akyut Dengi from Arizona State University, Bert G. Kaminski, Esq. from GE Digital, Dr. May Wang from ZingBox, and Frank Michaud from Cisco.
Tao Zhang, General Chair of Fog World Congress, delivers his keynote presentation on how fog computing has changed everything in the past fifteen years. Its foreseeable future in computing disrupts existing industry landscapes and brings transformation to every area of technology.
Chuck Byers, Principal Engineer and Platform Architect in the Corporate Strategic Innovation Group at Cisco, presents a broad survey of fog areas to consider with design tips for each area, such as hardware, software, testing, security, partitioning and more. Byers offers a guide for what to focus on in fog computing.
Mung Chiang, The John A. Edwardson Dean of the College of Engineering at Purdue University, emphasizes that cloud computing is here to stay and how fog is rising up to complement it. Chiang illustrates three main points: What is fog? Why do I care? And what can I do with it?
Fog Computing Manageability and Orchestration: How To Fuse Cloud, Network, and Fog - Marcelo Yannuzzi, Fog World Congress 2017
Marcelo Yannuzzi, Principal Engineer – Chief Strategy Office at Cisco Systems, gives his presentation on the fusion of cloud, network and fog management based on open standards. Yannuzzi reviews use cases and challenges, as well as explaining the paradigm shift.
Where Do We Go From Here? The Path to Standards for Fog Computing and Networking - Helder Antunes & Rob Fish, Fog World Congress 2017
Chairman of the OpenFog Consortium, Helder Antunes, along with the IEEE Communications Society’s VP of Industry and Standards, Rob Fish, collaboratively speak about standards for fog computing and networking.
Industrial IoT Applications that Benefit from a Fog Approach - Sastry Malladi, Fog World Congress 2017
Sastry Malladi, Chief Technology Officer at FogHorn Systems, speaks about challenges in implementing fog solutions and the FogHorn approach that overcomes these challenges. Malladi also reviews a background of the company in Edge Intelligence software for Industrial IoT, as well as real-life use cases showcase the technology.
Flavio Bonomi, CEO and Co-founder at Nebbiolo Technologies, speaks about the long journey that fog has taken from vision to reality. Bonomi explains how fog computing is at the convergence of IT and OT networking technologies and that enabling hierarchical control aides in the industrial automation process.
Panel Moderator Rhonda Dirvin from ARM leads the discussion presenting various use cases that illustrate why fog is so important. Panelists include Eli Tiomkin from NDG Systems, Sam Bhattarai from Toshiba Corporation, and Matt Vasey from Microsoft. Dirvin provides the initial questions, with audience Q&A and dialogue following.
Panel Moderator Charles “Chuck” Byers from Cisco, leads the discussion based on the architecture and interoperability of open fog. Panelists include Jim White from Dell and EdgeX Foundry, John Zao from Taiwan Chiao-Tung University, and Maria Gorlatova from Princeton University. Q&A follows their individual presentations.
Moderator Don Banks from ARM, leads the panelists into their individual presentations on fog computing in industry, followed by a Q&A session with the event attendees. Panelists include Wilfried Steiner from TTTech, Sam Bhattarai from Toshiba Corporation, and Flavio Bonomi from Nebbiolo Technologies.
Panel Moderator John Zao from Taiwan Chiao-Tung University leads the panelists through a discussion about security issues, with each speaker focusing on a different aspect. Panelists include Bridget Martin from Intel Corporation, Riaz Zolfonoon from RSA, Susanto Irwan from Sensify Security, Frank Michaud from Cisco, and Don Banks from ARM. Q&A follows their individual opening statements.