Conference Track

Smart Future

Smart. Evolving. The future, now. Step into the #smartfuture—as it unfolds. Hear from experts on the front lines as the concept of “smart” makes the shift from visionary possibility to global reality. Join Deloitte for in-depth sessions to explore how industries and people are responding to this foundational and extraordinary change in how the world connects and operates.

Monday, January 6

9:00 – 10:00 AM

Conference Session

When Will Advanced Automotive Tech Pay Off?

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Automakers, technology companies and others are investing billions in innovative technologies impacting the entire value chain, from the plant floor to the product. Yet the payoff for these massive investments is uncertain. When might new tech in automotive deliver ROI?

10:15 – 11:15 AM

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Crawl, Walk, Run: Scaling Mobility Ecosystems

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

How do you scale mobility innovation in a real-world sandbox and gain meaningful output? From engaging partners and breaking down silos to driving economic development and identifying opportunities: learn the challenges and lessons from an ecosystem team that’s lived it.

11:30 – 12:30 PM

Conference Session

Ground or Aerial: Which Will Win Autonomy?

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Autonomous vehicle development is increasing at lightning speed. Where the complexity of urban environments creates roadblocks for ground level developments, elevated mobility requires infrastructure, management and standards to take flight. Who will reach the autonomous transportation finish line first?

1:00 – 2:00 PM

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Innovations in Last-Mile

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

The convergence of e-commerce growth, consumer expectations and technology enablement is quickly changing and disrupting the landscape of last-mile delivery. Learn how leaders are enhancing delivery speed, reducing costs, providing innovative services and elevating customer experience to meet the demand.

2:15 – 3:15 PM

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Human Experience in the Future of Mobility

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

For companies helping people and things move, it’s time to make the experience more human. Chrissy Taylor will deliver a keynote on how Enterprise is working to elevate the Human Experience. A panel of executives representing travel and automotive will follow.

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Conference Session

Perspectives on the Future of Mobility

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Join us as two C-level executives from companies within the growing (yet also converging) transportation ecosystem discuss their approach to the future of mobility. A moderated discussion will follow, exploring themes such as innovation, talent, partnering and regulation.

Tuesday, January 7

9:00 – 10:00 AM

Conference Session

Transforming the Enterprise in 2020 and Beyond

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

What new technologies can help give companies unprecedented advantage? With data from the new Deloitte Predictions report, the panel explores the business opportunities of tech innovation. Learn about how robotics, edge computing and other technologies can transform the enterprise.

10:15 – 11:15 AM

Conference Session

Improving IoT at the Edge of Cloud

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

With IoT, reaction time is key. However, the time it takes for data to transfer from the device to the cloud can be too much to meet the system requirements. It’s time to run IoT applications at the cloud's edge.

11:30 – 12:30 PM

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Digital Reality is Key to Enterprise Success

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Digital reality is no longer just for the innovation group. It is accelerating out of proof of concept into the daily work, enabling the enterprise to communicate, collaborate, and engage their workforce and customers in a whole new way.

1:00 – 2:00 PM

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Getting to and Monetizing 5G

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Broadscale 5G deployment has been centered on massive broadband applications (eMBB). Companies across most verticals are focusing on massive machine type, ultra-reliable, low latency applications for 5G. Explore how the implementation of 5G will impact providers, policy makers and businesses.

1:00 – 2:00 PM

Conference Session

The Future of Entertainment

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Technology is changing the way consumers engage digital media, devices and connectivity. What impact will emerging technologies and shifting consumer behaviors have on the devices we use, the way we connect to them, and the media we consume on them?

2:15 – 3:15 PM

Conference Session

AI Requires Human-Centered Design

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Successful applications of AI require more than big data and advanced algorithms. AI technology must be developed and deployed with humans in mind. This session will explore what we truly mean by “human-centered” design and how the approach is effective.

2:15 – 3:15 PM

Conference Session

People, Data and Technology: New Marketing Imperatives

LOCATION ARIA Level 3 Juniper 1

The paradigm of people, process and technology has given way to data. As the data-driven apparatus penetrates every aspect of media and marketing, the challenge is mastering the data. How can organizations prepare to own and control their own data?

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Conference Session

Jobs to Super-Jobs: The Impact of AI

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

The Future of Work… The use of artificial intelligence, cognitive technologies, and robotics to automate and augment work is prompting the redesign of jobs into “super-jobs”. This newest category changes the landscape of how organizations need to think about work.

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Conference Session

The Future of Digital Advertising

LOCATION ARIA Level 3 Juniper 1

With consumer data at the center, traditional media and entertainment organizations will need to bridge the gap between vision and execution to achieve sustained success. How can media and entertainment organizations create a win-win situation for themselves and their audience?

Wednesday, January 8

9:00 – 10:00 AM

Conference Session

Global Economic Landscape: A Look at China

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Ira Kalish, Deloitte’s Chief Global Economist, will kick off with a keynote session providing an overview on global economic indicators, followed by a panel focused on China: growth, trade, government policies, and the impact on global technology businesses.

10:15 – 11:15 AM

Conference Session

Startup Nation: Major Disruptors Emerging from Israel

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

What takes shape in Israel shapes the world. This session explores the next evolution of the startup ecosystem, focused on emerging major players in Tel Aviv: what sets them apart, the visions they pursue and the markets they are making.

11:30 – 12:30 PM

Conference Session

Building Smart Cities of the future

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Infrastructure is critical to enhance quality of living in cities. Smart technologies can transform cities and help solve challenges related to the environment, health, safety and affordability. What does it take to plan, build, secure and manage a smart city?

1:00 – 2:00 PM

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Bringing Disruptive Technologies into the Smart Factory

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Today’s factories are automated and connected. Consumer technology is finding use cases in the smart factory, driving efficiencies, safety and transforming manufacturing. What role can AR/VR, digital signage, co-bots and sensors play in supporting the workforce of tomorrow’s smart factories?

2:15 – 3:15 PM

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Health consumer 2040: Worlds apart from today

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

Health consumers of the future will be empowered by offerings enabled by interoperable data and open, secure platforms. In a world driven by advanced science, data, and technology, consumers will increasingly value prevention and wellbeing versus treatment and care.

3:30 – 4:30 PM

Conference Session

Cyber Everywhere: Connected Products

LOCATION LVCC North Hall N262

As organizations develop and adopt disruptive technologies, the common thread will be managing cyber risk. For many organizations, this means a cultural shift for greater collaboration and awareness across the enterprise to tackle the cyber demands of the future.

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