Hosted by Silicon Labs and livestreaming for free to thousands of engineers, developers and technologists worldwide on September 14-15, the Works With 2021 conference is offered as the defining IoT conference that features tech giants, entrepreneurs, design partners, market influencers, and more. Keynotes at this year's conference will be delivered by speakers from Amazon, Google, IKEA, Schneider Electric, Konke, Landis + Gyr, Lifesmart, Tencent Cloud and Tuya.
Google, Amazon and Schneider Electric will join Silicon Labs President Matt Johnson to kick off the conference on Sept. 14 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. CT. The companies will share insight into the new Matter smart home interoperability protocol's significance in simplifying product development while increasing product compatibility for consumers and its place within smart home and commercial roadmaps.
Landis + Gyr, Google-X - the moonshot factory, and City of Austin will deliver their keynotes on smart city technologies at 9:55 a.m. CT on Sept. 15. IKEA will join Silicon Labs CEO Tyson Tuttle for the closing remarks of Works With on Sept. 15 from 3 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. CT.
Keynote speakers include:
- Mike Harris , chief operating officer of Amazon's Ring, which provides smart security solutions for every home
- Michele Chambers Turner , senior director, Google Smart Home Ecosystem , which creates products that help keep homes comfortable, connected and secure
- Sitao MA , vice president and chief technology officer of connected living, Schneider Electric , a global leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation
- Ulf Axelsson , IoT architect, IKEA, whose " Home Smart " smart home line provides products and solutions beyond conventional home furnishing
- John Romero , vice president of industry solutions, Landis + Gyr , a global advanced metering solutions provider helping the world manage energy better
- Raiford Smith , electric and gas utilities and technology senior executive at Google- X, the moonshot factory , who develop radical new technologies