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AllSeen Alliance Mini Summit [clear filter]
Wednesday, June 3

11:30 JST

What is AllJoyn? - Philip DesAutels, Linux Foundation , Sr. Director of IoT, AllSeen Alliance
The AllSeen Alliance was formed in Dec. 2013 to overcome the interoperability and fragmentation challenges that impede the Internet of Things. Today, the Alliance unites over 170 industry leaders to advance an open source software project, AllJoyn, and enable billions of devices to seamlessly connect and interact regardless of brand or manufacturer. But where does AllJoyn fit in with the other protocols available on the market? And where do standards and open source intersect? AllSeen’s senior director of IoT, Philip DesAutels will explore common misconceptions about this rapidly changing industry and how standards, open source software and like-minded initiatives can work together to achieve a common goal - interoperability for IoT.
The AllJoyn open source software framework makes it easy for devices and apps to discover and communicate with one another securely regardless of brand, transport, platform or operating system. With the addition of the Gateway Agent, AllJoyn gives consumers, service providers and device OEMs a secure and easy way to connect to and manage AllJoyn-enabled devices and applications from external networks or cloud-based services.
With millions of connected devices on the market - a number that is growing exponentially - it is more important than ever that consumers have control over these devices and their data. The AllJoyn Gateway Agent is the industry’s first standard way to connect IoT devices and applications without compromising security or privacy.

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Philip DesAutels

Building on 25 years of industry experience managing the interface of technology and society, Philip is a rare mix of­ a technologist who understands how to enable business value and an entrepreneur who understands how to leverage the transformative power of technology. Philip comes... Read More →

Wednesday June 3, 2015 11:30 - 12:20 JST

14:00 JST

15:00 JST

Designing for Interoperability - How to incorporate AllJoyn into your framework, Yuping Tseng, ThroughTek

Through smarter connected devices, the Internet of Things is transforming our world. This transformation presents significant opportunities for companies to develop new products and services and build relations with customers in new and innovative ways. There are challenges to unlocking these opportunities.

Devices with different protocols, brands and data sources establish a challenging heterogeneity in IoT, driving many customers and companies to look for simpler, quicker and more unified solutions. Storage and analytics are also emerging challenges in this data world.

The Kalay IoT Platform from ThroughTek with Kalay Connect and Kalay Cloud overcomes these challenges and enables a range of new services through the single platform to create new opportunities in IoT for businesses.


Yuping Tseng

Yuping Tseng has over 20 years of experience in software development, internet services, and system administration. He has held various appointments at Hewlett-Packard and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, as well as at the University of Illinois. Yuping's expertise in software... Read More →

Wednesday June 3, 2015 15:00 - 15:50 JST

16:20 JST

AllJoyn: Building Universal Windows Apps that Discover, Connect, and Interact with Other Devices and Cloud Services Using AllJoyn, Koji Kusaba / Gishin Takimoto, Program Manager / Software Engineer, Microsoft
Microsoft joined the AllSeen Alliance in mid-2014 and is deploying AllJoyn technology into Windows 10 as the device connectivity platform for Internet of Things (IoT), consumer, and enterprise devices.  AllJoyn is an open source framework that enables companies and individuals to create interoperable products that can discover, connect and interact with other devices and cloud services regardless of manufacturer, vertical or network.  In this session you will learn the value of adding AllJoyn into your devices to unlock the power of IoT interoperability.  We will demonstrate how easy it is to write a Windows app to command/control AllJoyn devices.


Koji Kusaba

Koji Kusaba is an program manager that has Asian responsibilities for making sure connected devices work well with Windows. He has experience engaging with the AllJoyn ecosystem in Asia to drive adoption of the technology and with Windows as a platform.

Gishin Takimoto

Gishin Takimoto is a developer in Japan that wrote the first AllJoyn Windows enabled application for the AllJoyn lighting framework.

Wednesday June 3, 2015 16:20 - 17:10 JST

17:20 JST