- Thursday, October 1 (7am - 10:15am 35am PT): Co-located with Open Networking and Edge Summit
- Tuesday, October 20 (8am - 11am 10:30am PT): Co-located with EDGE Computing World
- To register for the October 1, 2020 event, you can add on the event as part of the ONES registration path:
- To register for the October 20, 2020 event, you have 2 options:
- Register for ECW and add-on the Vertical Solutions Event - Register Here (Coming Soon)
Register for the Vertical Solutions event only ($0) - Register Here (Coming Soon):
- As an event partner, all registrants are eligible to receive a x% discount. Enter discount code XYZ at checkout.
- Please use the following code which will give 50% off the main EDGE Computing World event, and free access to the LFEdge Event: LFEDGEACCESS
- Step-By-Step Guide:
- Access registration page here: https://topionetworks.customreg.net/register/f6083fe3-478f-4982-b3e1-fa84357aa4d0
- Input the promo code: LFEDGEACCESS
- Select the LFEdge Summit Package
- For access to full conference select the "Everything Edge Pass - Upgrade" (50% discount applied already)
- Check out.
- Open Networking and Edge Summit
- Presentation Slides Master Deck / XINHONG - VICS / China Mobile / IBM - Mayflower Autonomous Ship
- Presentation Recording
|Time||Segment||Presenters/Panel||Session Status (Pending/Confirmed)Presentation Slides / Recording|
|7 - 740AM 745AM PDT||Keynote|
Panel: Topic: Overview of LF Edge and Vertical Solution Focus Groups
Presenters: Arpit Arpit Joshipura (Linux Foundation) , Jason and Jason Shepherd (ZEDEDA/Project EVE), Balaji Ethirajulu (Ericsson)
|745 - 815AM 805AM PDT||Track 1||820 - 850AM |
Panel: Telco and the Edge
Presenters: Srinivasa Addepalli (Intel/Akraino), Sukhdev Kapur (Juniper/Akraino)
Use Case: Automotive
Presenter: Zhuming Zhang (Xinhong)
Additional Information: The topic of the presentation is about the status quo, development trend and challenges of China's I-VICS. From the perspectives of technical routes, policies and regulations, market applications, industrial chains and value chains, this presentation introduces the current situation and development trends of China's intelligent networked vehicles, and analyzes the challenges and opportunities faced by China's I-VICS.
|805 - 825AM PDT||Track 1|
PanelUse Case: Manufacturing/IndustrialPresenters
|820 - 850AM PDT||Track 2|
|855 - 925AM PDT||Track 1|
Presenters: Sriram Rupanagunta (Aarna Networks)
Additional Information: In this presentation, you will learn how 5G tenables Industry 4.0, in relation to Manufacturing. We will present the challenges faced in Application Management of Industry 4.0, and how they can be addressed using the popular open source solutions that provide orchestration and automation of the applications at the edge. You will also be learning about some of the public POC (Proof of concept) projects which are being worked on, in the domain of application orchestration and automation.
|825 - 855AM PDT||Track 1|
Use Case: Telco
Presenter: Yanjun Chen (China Mobile)
Additional Information: This presentation is about to give a sharing on progress and visions from China Mobile on edge computing, including edge computing services strategy, the technical focus, and the vertical solutions development roadmap. In addition, you will see varieties of edge computing service trials made by China Mobile and 3’rd party partners as well as the new practice on business incubation
|855 - 925AM PDT||Track 21|
PanelUse Case: Transportation and Logistics10AM - 1015AM
|930 - 10AM PDT||Track 1|
|930 - 10AM PDT||Track 2|
Eric Aquaronne (IBM), Naeem Altaf (IBM)
An ultimate Edge, the Mayflower.
|925AM - 10AM PDT||Keynote / Closing|
Panel: Presenters: Meeting at the Edge - Cross community collaboration to define Telecom Edge Reference Architectures
Presenters: Ahmad ElSwaf (Saudi Telecom), Beth Cohn (Verizon), Sukhdev Kapur (Juniper)
Additional Information: Learn how the CNTT and LF Edge communities have joined forces to define the infrastructures required to support distributed Telecom workloads. The need to rapidly build out infrastructure to support 5G, IoT and other distributed network types, means the Telecom operators and vendors must collaborate on defining a standard reference model that supports not only the core , but quantifies the Edge at the same time. This panel of operators and vendors representing the CNTT and LF Edge communities will discuss the challenges and opportunities involved in incorporating all the sometimes conflicting requirements.
- EDGE Computing World
|Time||Segment||Presenters/Panel||Session Status (Pending/Confirmed)||Presentation Slides / Recording|
Panel: Topic: Overview of LF Edge and Vertical Solution Focus Groups
Presenters: Arpit Arpit Joshipura (Linux Foundation) , Jason and Jason Shepherd (ZEDEDA/Project EVE), ...)
|845-915AM PDT||Track 1|
PanelUse Case: Retail Oil and the EdgeGas
Presenters: Henry Lau Jason Shepherd (HP/EdgeX Foundry), TBAZEDEDA/Project EVE), Obinna Ilochonwu (Schlumberger)
Fireside Chat: Leveraging open source to accelerate digital transformation in Oil and Gas.
Discussion on the broader opportunities and challenges in oil and gas and how Schlumberger and Agora are tapping into various technologies to accelerate digital transformation for their customers. This includes solutions that leverage open source software, such as LF Edge’s Project EVE.
|920-950AM PDT||Track 1|
Panel: Edge implications in Manufacturing
Presenters: Tom Arthur (Dianomic/Fledge), TBA
|920-950AM PDT||Track 2|
Use Case: Energy
Presenter: Benoit Jeanson (RTE France)
To operate a power grid, control centers rely on equipment data collected from the field. Operators and or automation equipment trigger control commands to adapt the grid to different operational situations. Some of the challenges power system operators face are:
A series of various protocols are implemented from low level (close to the equipment: IEC 104, IEC 61850, and others) to high-level ones (communication between operation centers, and intermediate nodes: OPC-UA, TASE.2, also seen here EC 104).
|955-1025AM PDT||Track 1|
|955-1025AM PDT||Track 2|
Panel: CNTT (Cloud Infrastructure Telco Task force) Edge
|1030 - 11AM PDT||Keynote / Closing|
Presenters: Use Case: Energy. Fledge - Transforming Transmission and Distribution Monitoring in Energy Substations
Presenters: Michael Eaton (Jacksonville Energy Authority) + Robert Raesemann (Jacksonville Energy Authority)
Additional Information: JEA deployed Fledge 18 months ago and continues to scale-up and scale-out the system. Fledge is used for conditioned based monitoring of JEAs many substations. Fledge connects, buffers, transforms and forwards data from different sensors and equipment types including: gas detection, transformer sensors, IR cameras, current meters, switches and more on the south end. Fledge then integrates the "smarter" edge data with various OT systems including: OSIsoft PI, AWS, Oracle, Influx DB and more. JEA continues to expand its use of Fledge to more substations and with new vibration monitoring and edge ML trials in its, water and waste water business. Joining Michael Eaton will be Robert Raesemann, JEA's OT system integrator and contributor to the Fledge Project.