Recording from March 10th, 2021
Discover the latest on NB-IoT sustainability use-cases, best practices, & technology roadmaps from IoTerop, GSMA, Telstra, & Murata on March 10th, 2 PM Singapore time:
- GSMA on the NB-IoT roadmap and APAC deployment numbers.
- IoTerop NB-IoT sustainability best-practices: firmware updates, energy-efficiency, security, etc.
- Telstra on how operators can help maximize NB-IoT device lifespans.
- Murata will list customer use-cases in NB-IoT in a set of very diverse industries.
Terence Wong, Market Development Director APAC
Terence drives the GSMA's IoT and 5G programmes in the APAC region, focusing on IoT, big data, eSIM, security, 5G, and digitalization. Terence works with operators, innovators, and ecosystem players accelerating cellular technology adoption across verticals such as Smart Agriculture, Smart City, Smart Building, Smart home, environmental protection, logistics, asset tracking, and consumer markets. Recently, he worked with 60+ MNOs, innovators, and ecosystem partners within the APAC IoT Partnership programme to accelerate innovation and ecosystem development.
Stephen Lurie, Marketing Manager, IoTerop
Steve's background in technology and transversal organizational role at IoTerop, including work with different IoT actors, business partners, and customers, provides a unique perspective on using standardized device management to transform business processes and create digital 4.0 opportunities.
Mark Atkinson, Domain Lead for Industrial IoT
Mark has significant experience in telecommunications, utilities, and IoT. Mark has a strong track record introducing technical innovations in IIoT, focusing on enabling long-life battery powered devices via LPWAN to unlock business outcomes.
Gonzague Fraval, Regional Product Marketing, Wireless Module, Singapore
Over 10 years experience in product marketing, business
development and project management in the semiconductor and electronics industries in Europe, ASEAN and Oceania regions. Passionate for new technologies and innovation in the Internet of Things(IoT) and Smart Cities, Gonzague is an active contributor collaborating with many IoT ecosystem actors and various business partners, including device manufacturers, network operators, cloud platforms, and other key service providers.