For decades, multitudes of embedded machines
have been specialized islands of vertical fixed-function intelligence with
unique attributes. As the need and opportunity evolves to connect and coordinate
between these embedded machines and the people that need to interact with them,
many factors must be considered. Machine to Machine (M2M) offers new
efficiencies in operational management of networked devices, the addition of new
services and new business models for stakeholders within the value chain.

QNX and Freescale will present an overview of:

  • revenue opportunities for M2M
  • the essentials of developing secure, and reliable M2M networks
  • developing scalable M2M networks,
  • managed device endpoints
  • management concepts for devices in cloud computing

Estimated length: 1 hour, including Q &

Who should attend:

  • Software engineers and designers
  • Hardware engineers and designers
  • System architects and engineers

Davidson, Networking Business Development, Freescale

A graduate of
University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Iain has been 18 years (11 at Freescale)
in the embedded systems industry where he has held various positions in
applications/systems engineering and in engineering management. Iain now works
in business development promoting Freescale’s networking technology for
Machine-to-Machine (M2M), Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) and Internet-of-Things

Monkman, Director of Business Development, Embedded Markets, QNX Software

Bob Monkman is the Director of Business Development for
Embedded Markets at QNX Software Systems. He specializes in embedded operating
systems for high reliability environments and systems management middleware.
Before joining QNX, Bob held a variety of positions with Enea, Penguin
Computing, MontaVista Software, Wind River Systems, and Microtec Research. Bob
has a BSEE degree from the University of Illinois.