Proving the Business Case for the Internet of Things

How to Choose the Right Connectivity to Ensure IoT Success

November 19, 2018
11am ET

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Are you serious about obtaining a competitive edge and driving new revenue though accelerating your digital transformation? To ensure your project is not among the significant number of IoT projects that fail, it is critical to understand how to get the right IoT connectivity for your deployment and how to navigate the rapidly evolving IoT landscape.
But with so many IoT connectivity options how do you make sense of it all and ensure you choose the best option for your IoT initiative? We have assembled industry experts to help you do just that.

Attend our webinar to learn how to navigate the challenges of IoT and how to:

  • Avoid costly mistakes by understanding the top 4 challenges with IoT deployments
  • Simplify IoT by streamlining the development, deployment, and operation of IoT solutions
  • Understand the top three considerations when choosing IoT Connectivity
  • Future proof your IoT solution by preparing for the rapid evolution of IoT technology: GNSS, LPWA, IoT SIMs/eUICC, device management and platforms

Speakers:

Cyril Hullin, VP Product Strategy, Iot Solutions, Sierra Wireless
Cyril Hullin brings the experience of business interaction with vertical players throughout the world. He understands IoT market pain points and what solutions can accelerate new IoT projects in different market segments. Before the Mobiquithings (Now Sierra Wireless) venture, he was the EMEA Director for Bell Labs Business Modelling group for Alcatel-Lucent.


Julian Watson, Senior Principal Analyst, IoT, IHS Markit
Julian Watson is the senior principal analyst of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity research at IHS Markit. He is responsible for analyzing IoT technologies, applications and business models.
Prior to this, Julian was Director of Operators research with IHS Technology’s Mobile and Telecom team. In this role he developed analysis of operators’ bundling business models, emerging markets footprint strategies and M&A opportunities. He also undertook custom research for operators, equipment vendors and regulatory authorities on issues such quad play strategies, VoIP and fixed broadband market segmentation.
Julian has been widely quoted on mobile market consolidation, quad-play and telecoms regulatory developments by media outlets such as the BBC, Bloomberg, CNBC, CNN and Reuters.
Julian has a BA in Politics and Russian from the University of Leeds. He is based in London, United Kingdom.