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Lona Dallessandro

IOT15637: Getting on the Fast Track to IoT

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand what components and partners make up a connected product ecosystem
  • Learn how to navigate the world of devices and find what’s right for you
  • Learn how to identify the carriers and issues with connecting your device to your business systems
  • Learn how to set up the business application

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This class is designed to take you from zero to IoT (Internet of Things) in 60 minutes. Understand the layers of connectivity and components that make up a complete connected solution, including selecting the right devices; picking a protocol, edgeware, and communication carrier; and connecting the data with business logic in Fusion Connect—as well as data analytics and machine learning. We aim to provide you with the information you need to build a solution outline that avoids the potential pitfalls and rookie mistakes that come with creating your connected products. This session features Fusion Connect and SeeControl (now Fusion Connect).

Target Audience

Target Audience

Machine and equipment manufacturers looking to move to the next level of customer interaction with connected product offerings.

Speakers

Speakers

Lona Dallessandro

Lona builds on 20 years' experience in the internet and software industries to lead business development activities for Autodesk's IoT products. In this role, she forges strategic relationships for Autodesk and its customers throughout the IoT ecosystem, including hardware, Internet access technologies and software integrations. When she isn’t traveling to meet customers or partners, she is based out of her home office in Minneapolis, MN. She holds her MBA from the University of Phoenix and her BS in Biological Science from Penn State University.

Vibhu Bhutani

Lona builds on 20 years' experience in the internet and software industries to lead business development activities for Autodesk's IoT products. In this role, she forges strategic relationships for Autodesk and its customers throughout the IoT ecosystem, including hardware, Internet access technologies and software integrations. When she isn’t traveling to meet customers or partners, she is based out of her home office in Minneapolis, MN. She holds her MBA from the University of Phoenix and her BS in Biological Science from Penn State University.

Patrick Hughes

Pat has been at the forefront of IOT solutions for the last decade. He currently manages Verizon’s Industrial IOT strategy, bringing solutions to market with key partners like Autodesk. Pat came to Verizon following their acquisition of IOT pioneer, nPhase in 2012. Having been with nPhase at it’s inception in 2003, his focus has been on assisting Industrial OEMs with transformative business models enabled through connected products. He is currently driving the Condition Based Maintenance platform solution through Verizon’s partnership with Autodesk. Combined with Verizon’s network, security solutions, and professional services, this offering will allow commercial and industrial customers with a platform to enhance service and generate new revenue streams

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Published

  • 2016
  • IOT15637
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Fusion Connect
  • SeeControl (now Fusion Connect)

Industries

  • Industrial Machinery
  • Consumer Products

Topics

  • Internet of Things (IoT)