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Webinar: Why is Edge Compute leading to the convergence of the Industrial Internet of things and 5G? Security, Privacy, Control, Accountability

September 21 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Abstract: Mobile computing, specifically cell phones, has changed the way we communicate and define relationships between devices, data and users. We are seeing the restructuring of the digital economy as relationships between businesses, users, devices and data blend together on the edge to improve operations and service delivery. This presentation explores the issues stopping these two IoT industry standards from becoming one: (Industrial Internet of Things Consortium and the ETSI (5G with MEC)). Both are focused on using edge computing to improve customer service and operations through the management of data, users and devices. Relationships between businesses, users, and devices that define edge computation. A mesh of interaction defined by relationships, operations and data will exist between users and devices based on common needs. Ubiquitous connectivity is a foundational technology enabling device and data sharing. Four foundation principles are required for relationships: security, privacy, control and accountability. Ownership and relationships are defined by these principles. Speaker(s): Alfred Strauch, Steven Carbno Agenda: When: Tuesday, 21 September 2021 Time: 5:00 – 6:00 pm (Regina Time) Where: Zoom Presentation (See Location Section for Link) Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, Virtual: