Cisco Kinectic. Address IoT challenges with a new approach.

While many companies have ventured into the Internet of Things (IoT), there have been many challenges in translating their efforts into real results. Data has remained locked inside its source. There has been no programmatic way to move the right data to the right applications at the right time. And, there’s been no way to control data privacy, data security, and data ownership.

Cisco Kinetic is a new class of platform – and IoT data fabric – designed precisely to address these challenges. It will help enterprises:

  1. accelerate progress by leveraging the network
  2. automate the management of IoT devices
  3. maximize the value of IoT data

Come and join us at the Cisco Next Intelligent IoT Generation Conference 2017 where together with experts from industries such as Health Care, Manufacturing, Retail, Logistics, and Building Management, we can help you successfully bring your IoT initiative to market and start driving real results.

Discover the benefits of Cisco Kinetic and learn how to improve your operations such as:

  1. prediction of elevator and periodic facility failures
  2. preventive water leak disasters
  3. wireless LAN for industrial automation
  4. remote monitoring and data capturing

Who Should Attend:

  1. Business and IT professionals from all levels and sectors including city operators, enterprises and government organizations
  2. Professionals looking to discover the benefits of Cisco Kinetic as well as learn how to improve their operations from IoT

** The event is by invitation only.

1:30 - 2:00pm
Registration

Visit the Exhibition Area with partners showcasing live demonstrations and their latest technologies and innovative solutions

Presented by Argon Ho, General Manager, Hong Kong & Macau, Cisco

Presented by Peter Yeung, Head of ICT, Smart City and Green Tech, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP)

Presented by Prof. Cheng Chun Hung, Associate Professor, Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Synopsis:
Prof. Cheng will present several cases related to technology which help to prevent tree falls and landslides, and discuss cases about locating trolleys in Hong Kong International Airport.

Session Speaker – Dr. Stewart Wan, Director of Facilities Planning and Operations at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Ltd.
SME 1 – Intelligent Building Systems by Chuah Jun Wei, Head, IOT and Data Science, Logicalis
SME 2 – Smart Lightings by Rita Yu, System Expert Office & Industry, Philips Lighting
SME 3 – Wireless Sensors – LoRaWAN by Ralph Riley, CTO, Pixel Networks
Moderator – Raymond Poon, Customer Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems Hong Kong Ltd.

Synopsis:
Dr. Wan will lead with a presentation on how IoT and recent technology development will evolve his vision on how to improve the visitors’ and users’ experience.

Visit the Exhibition Area with partners showcasing live demonstrations and their latest technologies and innovative solutions

Presented by Philip Wong, Technical Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems HK & Taiwan

Session Speakers – Lyan Law, Lead Consultant of Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing & Materials Division, Hong Kong Productivity Council
SME 1 – Industrial Automation by Curie Lee, Senior Account Manager, Rockwell Automation
SME 2 – Industrial Wireless by Mirela Juravle, Head of IoT and Smart Cities, APAC, Orange Business Services
SME 3 – Industrial Security by Garrick Ng, Chief Technology Officer, Cisco Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan
Moderator – Raymond Poon, Customer Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems Hong Kong Ltd.

Speakers

Argon Ho

General Manager,
Cisco Hong Kong and Macau

Argon Ho is the General Manager, Cisco Hong Kong and Macau, leading the strategy and field sales in these markets. Argon joined Cisco in 1998 and has held various leadership positions with Cisco in different sales areas, including General Manager, Commercial; Head of Partner Organization and Head of Marketing for Cisco Hong Kong and Macau. Before joining Cisco, Argon held various management positions during his time at Nortel Networks and Newbridge.

With more than 20 years of experience in the IT industry, Argon is also dedicated to contributing his expertise and experience in the IT industry to the community. He actively participates in multiple non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and industry associations. He is currently an active member of the Hong Kong Computer Society and Hong Kong Information Technology Federation.

    Peter Yeung

    Head of ICT,
    Smart City & Green Technology,
    HKSTP

    Peter Yeung is the Head of ICT, Smart City and Green Technology of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and is responsible for the development, market strategy and development of the Smart City platform.

    A Fellow of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and served as the Chairman of the Electronics Division (2009-2010 Session) of the Institution. Peter has over 25 years of experience in business management and technology development.

      Prof. Cheng Chun Hung

      Associate Professor, Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management,
      Chinese University of Hong Kong

      At CUHK, Prof. C.H. Cheng teaches a wide range of courses in Information Systems and Operations Management. He enjoys teaching Database Management, E-Commerce Technologies, Information Systems Management, Logistics Management, Management Science, Manufacturing & Services Operations, Supply Chain Management, Systems Analysis & Design, among many others.

      In 2000, he received Exemplary Teaching Award from Faculty of Engineering. His research interests lie in computer and information technology, and logistics and operations management. His recent work contributes to the fields of facility location and layout, transportation logistics, and service operations, etc. He also serves in 7 international journals as either an associate editor or a member of the editorial boards.

        Dr. Stewart Wan

        Director of Facilities Planning and Operations,
        Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Ltd.

        Dr. Stewart Wan oversees the operation of Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Management) Ltd.’s Facilities Management Division. Stewart’s professional team is responsible for facility operation and maintenance planning, and infrastructure upgrade in the HKCEC.

        With a wealth of experience gained through 27 years working in major corporations, including West Kowloon Cultural District Authority and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, Stewart provides overall direction for HML to ensure the building’s world class standard, to upkeep with technology advancements and customer expectation. Stewart graduated from the University of Brighton and completed Master in Building Services Engineering from the University of Hong Kong. He obtained Engineering Doctorate in IT Service Management from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2008.

          Philip Wong

          Technical Solutions Architect,
          Cisco Systems HK & Taiwan

          Philip Wong, Technical Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems HK & Taiwan, joined Cisco in 2006 and was in the Greater China Data Center team in 2012 providing data center solutions with innovative technology.

          Philip has represented Cisco as key speaker various key conference including Asia Retail Expo, and has led the team to create an interactive (Active-Active) data center platform across three locations, demonstrating Long Distance Vmotion, remote Fault Tolerance and other applications.

          Philip graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a first-class honors degree, majoring in computer science, minor in marketing. With more than 27 years of experience in the IT sector, Philip started his career as trainee in IBM, and then Microsoft, managing different business cases such as Strict-Through Processing (STP), and finally joins Cisco.

            Lyan Law

            Lead Consultant of Industry 4.0,
            Smart Manufacturing & Materials Division,
            Hong Kong Productivity Council

            Lyan Law is Lead Consultant of Industry 4.0 from Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) and Fraunhofer IPT certified industrie 4.0 trainer and expert from Germany.

            HKPC significantly created tremendous industry awareness and understanding on industry 4.0 since launched in 2015. HKPC organized an “International Conference on Industry 4.0” on 26 July, 2016 and an “International Conference on Cyber Security of Industry 4.0” on 23 Jun, 2017. HKPC is already established core competence of Industry 4.0 in Hong Kong and PRD.

            Recently, inaugurated a “Smart Industry One (SIO)” in Hong Kong for industry reference on 24 August, 2017, first Industry 4.0 Demonstration Center in Hong Kong demonstrating the concept of Industry 4.0 through a service-oriented realization cycle of “Customer-Manufacturer-Consumer (CMC)”, illustrate the concept and principle of i4.0 through various types of smart technology for industry reference and education.

            Lyan is committed to promote and develop the holistic strategic roadmap and landscape towards Industry 4.0 for Hong Kong Industry. HKPC industry 4.0 team is providing industry 4.0 training, assessment, advisory service, pilot project implementation and recognition programme to Hong Kong industry.

              Panelists

              Chuah Jun Wei

              Head, IOT and Data Science
              Logicalis Hong Kong Limited

              Chuah Jun Wei leads a team of expert engineers and data scientist to develop solutions for the future Smart City. These solutions form an integral part of Smart City in a Box Platform. He has over 10 years’ experience in IoT, from embedded systems design to sensor networks and data analytics.

              Jun Wei is especially interested in the seamless infusion of useful technologies into traditional industries, such as construction, facilities management, and manufacturing. He is also an active member of Singapore’s green building community, being identified as a Young Leader in the BCA Young Leaders Programme. Jun Wei holds a doctorate in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University and a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.

                Curie Lee

                Senior Account Manager,
                Rockwell Automation

                Curie Lee has been working in Automation field over 20years. He holds a BEng in Electronics Engineering, an MSc in App. Maths. (Operational research), an MBA and another Master in Information Technology.

                Recently, he is also the committee member of Hong Kong Automation Technology Council (HKATC) under FHKI and Committee of HK Section, The Institute of Measurement and Control (InstMC). He is a Certified Automation Professional, International Society of Automation (ISA), a Project Management Professional, Project Management Insitute (PMI), a Chartered Engineer, Engineering Council, a Senior Member of ISA and a Member of InstMC.

                  Rita Yu

                  System Expert,
                  System Expert Office & Industry,
                  Philips Lighting

                  Rita Yu joined Philips in 2014 focussing on the company’s intelligent lighting system support and related integration solution (including PoE connected lighting system and Dynalite).

                  Rita is responsible for the implementation of multiple projects of PoE connected lighting system (Ping’an data center, Shenzhen construction institution Shanghai office, Gui’an demonstration plot, Cisco iShowroom). She also specializes in lighting system third party integration and has a wealth of experience in the solution of connected lighting and its third party integration.

                    Ralph Riley

                    CTO,
                    Pixel Networks

                    Ralph Riley, Chief Technology Officer (CTO), leads Pixel’s long-term vision, and has been responsible for overseeing all technical aspects at Pixel in support of Hong Kong smart-city initiatives. With over 20 years of telecommunication engineering and value-chain management, Riley provides leadership for the continued rapidly expanding smart-city programs in Hong Kong.

                    Riley has been in Hong Kong for over 10 years after successful careers spanning 20 years at Motorola Inc and AT&T Bell Laboratories. Riley has a Master of Science in Computer Science.

                      Mirela Juravle

                      Head of IoT and Smart Cities,APAC,
                      Orange Business Services

                      Mirela Juravle heads up IoT, Smart Cities and Big Data Practice within Orange Business Services APAC, in charge with the go to market execution for Datavenue Program which provides IoT solutions and integration services for smart buildings, smart cities, smart manufacturing. Previously to that, Mirela was Heading up IoT Projects & Partnerships in Indosat Ooredoo, 2nd largest telco in Indonesia, in charge with IoT product portfolio and go to market in multiple vertical segments.

                      Passionate about technology, Mirela has 20 years of experience in telecom out of which 14 years in M2M/IoT for large telco like Telefonica Digital London and Orange Business Services London/Paris, with successful track record in managing products and M2M customer projects from global B2B/B2B2C OEMs to local M2M service providers, as well as building and managing partnerships with MNOs and technology providers across verticals such as smart metering, automotive, consumer electronics, smart cities.

                        Garrick Ng

                        Chief Technology Officer,
                        Cisco Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan

                        Garrick is the Chief Technology Officer for Cisco Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, leading Cisco’s Enterprise, Commercial and Service Provider systems engineering strategy and operation in these markets. Bringing to the company more than two decades of technical and business experience in the ICT industry. Most recently, Garrick was awarded Gold in the Cyber Security Professional Awards organized by the HK Police Force, HKCERT and GovCERT.

                          Raymond Poon

                          Customer Solutions Architect,
                          Cisco Systems Hong Kong Ltd.

                          As a Customer Solutions Architect for Cisco Systems HK, Raymond Poon is the lead for Cisco Internet of Everything vision locally representing the largest network communication company in the world. He has over 16 years of experience in the wire and wireless data networking and communication technologies.

                          Raymond’s daily role involves closely dealing with large property developers, power utilities, retail and logistics business listening to their challenges and provide advice and suggestion in solving their problem with ICT solutions.

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                            Event Details

                            • Conference Hall 4-7
                              Level 2, Block 10W
                              Hong Kong Science Park
                              Shatin, New Territories
                            • cisco@bingcorp.com
                            • (852) 2856 1116
                            • 2:00pm - 5:00pm
                              Registration starts at 1:30pm