Global IoT Summit

June 7, 10am to 6pm

International Conference Centre of Geneva (CICG), Geneva



IT Decision Makers, Architects, Network-, Systems-, Security Engineers, Developers

Der IoT Summit findet statt vom 6. - 9. Juni 2017.

Die Präsentationen können durch Klicken auf den Titel im untenstehende Programm heruntergeladen werden.

Im Rahmen der IoT Week organisierte das Swiss IPv6 Council einen Anlass. Die Konferenzsprache war Englisch, darum hier der nachfolgende Text ebenfalls in Englisch. Die verfügbaren Präsentationen sind mit Klick auf den Titel herunterladbar.

Date: Wednesday 7. Juni, 10 - 18 Uhr

Being part of the IoT Summit sets the focus for our event. We ask what will the Internet possibly look like in 5 to 10 years. And what does it require technically and with perspective on IPv6 and security to make this happen. What are the new challenges, where and how do we need to prepare infrastructure to prepare for this.

There will be presentations around these topics and a panel with interesting panelists covering different perspectives on these questions. Gert Döring is moderating the panel. Don't miss this opportunity and register here. You can register for the full week or just for June 7.

IPv6 Experts Members receive a 10% Discount on any of the registration packages.


Slot 111.30 - 13.00 
11.30 - 12.10IPv6 and its Role in IoTJulian Dömer, Swisscom
12.15 - 13.00Business Case for IPv6 on IoTJoe Klein, Disrupt6
13.00 - 14.00Lunch Break 
Slot 214.00 - 15.45 
14.00 - 15.45

Panel moderated by Gert Döring

What will the Internet look like in 5 to 10 years, what are the challenges and what does it require technically to make that work?

Eric Vyncke, Julian Dömer, Joe Klein, Manuel Schweizer, Patrick Wetterwald
15.45 - 16.15Coffee Break 
Slot 316.15 - 18.00 
16.15 - 17.00Are we more secure with IPv6? Eric Vyncke, Cisco
17.05 - 17.50Industrial IoT Patrick Wetterwald, Cisco


Speakers and session description

IPv6 and its Role in IoT, 11.30 - 12.10

According to various studies, such as the Ericsson Mobility Report, a significant part of the anticipated growth in connected devices will no longer be driven by traditional communication devices such as smartphones, laptops and tablets, but rather by IoT devices. The number of these devices is expected to triple by 2021, while the number of traditional devices is set to stay more or less stagnant.

Although this huge number of network participants will open up many new opportunities in the field of digitisation, it will also pose considerable challenges for the network infrastructure. Due to the exhaustion of IPv4 addresses, the rollout of IPv6 is a key step forward in countering the rapid growth in the IoT space.

Speaker: Julian Dömer, Swisscom

Julian Dömer has a degree in business administration and gained initial professional and project experience in the pharmaceuticals industry both during and after his studies. After starting out as a plant engineer, Mr Dömer moved into consulting, where, as a Business Developer, he managed international clients with a focus on regulation and certification. He subsequently gained marketing experience at a software development company before joining Swisscom in 2011.

After a year in the SME marketing division, Mr Dömer moved over to product management, where he worked on the development of IP-based broadband products for SMEs. Then, in 2014, he headed up the development of SDN/NFV-based network products in conjunction with Swisscom’s Innovation department, gaining extensive experience in agile software development and the related transformation in the field of telecommunications. Since moving to Swisscom’s corporate customer team at the start of 2017, Mr Dömer has been responsible for 5G development in the Mobile Business Solutions department.





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