You’ve asked for it. So now join us at the new IBM Continuous Engineering for the Internet of Things (ICE IoT) conference to gain in-depth insights on a wide range of today's hottest topics in engineering for the Internet of Things. Key topics include:

  •  The impact of the Internet of Things on product development.
  • Systems engineering
  • Embedded systems and agile development
  • Requirements management
  • Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
  • Quality management
  • New collaboration technologies

You’ll learn about the applying the latest tools and practices for engineering for the IoT with IBM’s market-leading solution: the IBM Internet of Things Continuous Engineering solution.

This interactive event offers a great opportunity to network with your industry peers, engineering associations, industry and technology leaders. Through sessions including roundtables, and “Birds of a Feather” gatherings, you’ll get the chance to discuss in depth your engineering and product development needs and challenges. You can also improve your skills by attending at no extra charge our workshops which include a MBSE full day workshop, an INCOSE CSEP two day training class, Model-Driven Development for Safe and Secure Software workshop, intro to Requirements workshop for 3 PDH credit for licensed engineers and hands-on training with our tools and solutions.

Don’t miss this opportunity to boost your skills and get the latest insights into engineering for the Internet of Things.


  • 5 reasons to attend:                                                                                      +


    • Select from almost 100 in-depth technical sessions.

    Learn how Continuous Engineering (CE) and the Internet of Things (IoT) can drive growth and success. Gain exclusive insights on best practices and real-life applications from customer speakers. Event tracks:  Best Practices for Continuous Engineering, Industrial Internet Consortium, Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Requirements Management (RM), Designing for the IoT, Introducing the IBM IoT CE Solution and Systems Engineering Research.


    • Upgrade your skills: Training is the key to success.

    Get up to speed on the latest technologies, trends, tips and techniques - direct from industry leaders. Expand your skills in the area of your choice with elective sessions for every level, from beginner to expert. See the training links on this page for training opportunities.


    • Get up-close with the latest technology.

    Test-drive the latest technologies in hands-on labs. See product demos, meet IBM Business Partners Engineering Associations and IBM experts in the Exhibition hall to discuss the latest trends in technology.


    • Spark your creativity through networking.

    Exchange ideas and spark your creativity by interacting with peers, technology experts, industry leaders, engineering associations, IBM Business Partners and IBM experts. ICE IoT offers a wealth of opportunities to interact including the welcome reception, happy hours, networking breaks, “Birds of a Feather” gatherings and lunch at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.


    •  Be part of this new interactive event.

    The only way to gain all this value is to be there. Get the latest insights, upgrade your skills, see the latest technology and spark your creativity. Register today and start planning your agenda to get the most out of ICE IoT.

  • Keynotes:                                                                                                       +


    Dr. Richard Mark Soley -  Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of OMG ®,  and Executive Director of the Industrial Internet Consortium.

    James Kolhoff - Director of software engineering for GM Powertrain

    “System Engineering and Internet of Things – how they fit”

  • Thursday Lunch at the Smithsonian:                                                          +


    Smithsonian Air & Space Museum - Udvar-Hazy - Chantilly VA


    Private tours for ICE IoT attendees at 11AM and 1PM. Lunch will be served at noon in a private room for attendees. The museum is minutes from the venue. Great way to end the conference.


    About the museum:

    The Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, Virginia is the companion facility to the Museum on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Opened in 2003, its two huge hangars — the Boeing Aviation Hangar and the James S. McDonnell Space Hangar — display thousands of aviation and space artifacts, including a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird, a Concorde, and the space shuttle Discovery.

  • Free System Architect User Group in Wash, Monday Nov 2nd                +


    The next (free) System Architect User Group is Monday,
    November 2nd in Washington DC – IBM location on 14th Street.

    The registration form is here:


    The location is: IBM Executive Government (IEG) Center – 600 14th Street NW • 2nd Floor, Washington


    Start time: 9am (doors open at 8:30 am)



    “Publishing on a Shoestring”

    Speaker: Kyle Kenney, Senior Enterprise Architect Consultant, Bay State


    Use Case Example Utilizing the Business Motivation Model for Business Unit Planning

    Speaker: John Jessup, Senior Enterprise Architect Consultant


    Instance Modeling with DoDAF 2

    Speaker: Chuck Faris, Senior Enterprise Architect IoT-Unleash the Lab


    Application Portfolio and IT Service Management

    Speaker: Tolla Cherwenka, Solution Architect, ALM and Systems Enginee


    What’s New in System Architect and SA Design Manager

    Speaker: Lou Varveris, WW EA CoP Lead, IBM


    System Architect Product Roadmap

    Speaker: Joseph Londa, Senior Product Manager, IBM

    Summary: Joe will present the product roadmap for the System Architect suite of products into 2016


    Question or more information contac Lou Varveris at:

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This event is being organized as part of IBM’s Global Skills Initiative by LearnQuest, an IBM Global Training Provider, in collaboration with the IBM Internet of Things team.