Friday, 21 July 2017 12:58

Workshop INTEL IoT Functional Safety Day

Workshop INTEL IoT Functional Safety Day

Enabling Technologies for the Internet of Things

July 25th 2017

Aula Pacinotti, School of Engineering, University of Pisa
Largo Lucio Lazzarino, 1

The world is becoming more and more interconnected. INTEL currently estimates that two hundred billion of smart objects will be part of the Internet of Things (IoT) by 2020. This new scenario will pave the way to innovative business models and will bring new experiences in everyday life. Intel, along with its partners, offers products, services and comprehensive solutions for the Internet of Things, from technology to intelligent and connected objects and devices to connectivity and data centers, enhancing smart home, smart factory, Autonomous Driving Cars and much more, while at the same time ensuring the highest safety standards. In safety-critical contexts, where a fault could jeopardizxe the human life, safety becomes a key aspect. That’s why, Functional Security is a central topic at INTEL, and it is among the most important challenges for the future of IoT.

 

 

 

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Chairman: Prof. S. Saponara

9.00 Welcome and Introduction

Prof. F. Marcelloni, Rector Delegate for Internationalization, University of Pisa
Prof. A. Landi, Dean of the School of Egineering, University of Pisa

9.45 DrR. Mariani "Functional Safety for a connected and automated world " [Bio] 

10.15 Dr. M. Schaecher  "Intel at a glance" [Bio

10.45 Coffee Break

11.15 Dr. M. Chiavacci " Intel Italy" [Bio]

11.45 Dr. G. Sartori "FuSa: how to apply to real life [Bio]

12.15 Dr. M. Salardi "IoT Applications: Industrial and Retail[Bio]

12.45 Workshop Closing Remarks

13.00 Lunch

 

 

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