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Rescheduled / Postponed event: IoT Government Summit 2020

Washington, DC, United States

The IoT Government Summit will no longer be taking place on April 23-24, 2020.

The 2020 IoT Government Summit will examine federal initiatives to expand Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to improve the government's ability to deliver public services and ensure public safety. Discussions will highlight relevant use cases for IoT systems and sensors across different sectors of government, as well as the development of IoT enabled 5G networks and smart cities. Senior-level officials will also discuss the security challenges associated with the continued integration of these connected devices, and share their vision for a data-driven smart government.

Topics to be Covered at the Summit:

Addressing the Security Risk of Internet Connected Sensors
Improving the Cyber Security of Government Owned IoTs
Levering IoT Technologies in the Creation of "Smart Cities"
Utilizing Connected Sensors for Improved Battlespace Situational Awareness and Mission Assurance in the National Defense Context
Enhancing Public Safety and Emergency Management Capabilities
Developing Efficient, Reliable and Safe Modern Transportation Systems
Evolving Federal Standards to Address Unique IoT Needs and Considerations
5G and IoTs: Expanding Networks and Increasing Speed

Why You Should Attend this Year's Summit:

The 2020 IoT Government Summit will examine the continued development and integration of Internet of Things (IoT) and sensor technologies across the Federal Government. Representatives from both government and industry will discuss how these technologies are helping to enable federal agencies to provide more efficient and valuable services to their customers, the American public. The Summit will highlight use cases for IoT and sensor capabilities across different sectors such as defense, energy, transportation, and public safety. Presentations will also emphasize how IoT systems are enabling transformative capabilities such as 5G networks and play an integral role in the development of smart cities across the country. 

This educational forum allows relevant stakeholders to learn about IoT's potential to advance a wide array of critical government capabilities. However, as connected devices become increasingly ubiquitous in every aspect of life, ensuring the reliability and security of IoTs has evolved into a serious concern for government officials. As such, senior-level network and cyber security officials will share their insights into successfully securing IoT connected devices and protecting personal data from bad actors.

Attendees will have the unique opportunity to learn from top decision-makers, research and development experts and acquisition professionals about current capability gaps, technological achievements, and future IoT initiatives. Delegates from government, industry and academia will make meaningful professional connections during the Summit's many networking breaks and directly interact with senior-level speakers in town-hall style discussions.

Exhibit & Sponsorship Information

The 2020 IoT Government Summit provides opportunities for exhibit space, round table discussions, product demonstrations, luncheon and cocktail receptions.
Download the Sponsorship and Exhibiting Prospectus

2020 Scheduled Speakers:

  • Jose Arrieta, Chief Information Officer, US Dept. of Health and Human Services
  • Frank Konieczny, SES, Chief Technology Officer, Office of Deputy Chief Information Officer, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force
  • Dr. Stephen Russell, ST, Chief, Information Sciences Division, CCDEVCOM Army Research Laboratory
  • Christopher Greer, Director, Smart Grid and Cyber Physical Systems Office, NIST
  • Jeffrey Booth, Director, Sensors and Platforms Technology Center, Science and Technology Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
  • Dr. Jonathan Walker, Chief of Policy, Architecture, and Knowledge Transfer, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Joint Program Office, US Department of Transportation

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American Institute of Architects
1735 New York Ave NW,
Washington, DC

Hotel: Event attendees are responsible for their own accommodations.
Parking: Parking details will be provided to registrants one week before the event in the "Event Logistics" e-mail.
Event details
Organizer : DSI
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-22152