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Wednesday, September 30 • 1:30pm - 2:00pm
Keynote: Connected Life & The Future Of Integration

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Welcome to the closing keynote dedicated to catching a glimpse of what the future holds for the world of integration. With the help of integration specialist Built.io, Integrate 2015 unveils some of the most ambitious integration initiatives ever to be undertaken across industries.

The US Department of Transportation is actively engaged in the development of systems, services, tools and standards around the connected vehicle. Its CTO Ms. Roat will lay out her vision for the implementation of a formal developer program to support the development of applications and a connected vehicle marketplace to a wide audience of developers.

The Sacramento Kings, meanwhile, are building the world’s smartest sports arena and creating an enhanced fan experience with innovative solutions. Matt Eclavea, VP of Technology, and Kyle Eichman, Director of Technology Solutions, will highlight how the Kings are working to provide their fans with unique opportunities and experiences from the moment they arrive at Golden 1 Center.

Get inspired by these unprecedented integration use cases and leave with a roadmap to start participating in the world of integration.

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Built.io is changing the world by connecting and automating everything. Built.io's technology is trusted by game-changing startups, leading Fortune 500 companies and governments around the world to provide a new generation of digital experiences. With Built.io Flow, the award winning integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS), organizations can quickly unify all of their disparate systems to boost efficiencies and accelerate innovation; Built.io... Read More →
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Matt Eclavea

VP of Technology, Sacramento Kings
Matt Eclavea begins his second season as vice president of technology. His responsibilities include leading and executing the technology selection, development, testing and implementation of new technologies at Golden 1 Center. Eclavea also oversees all technology operations at Sleep Train Arena. Prior to joining the Kings, Eclavea served as network engineer for the San Francisco 49ers where he led the designing and implementation of the network... Read More →
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Kyle Eichman

Director of Technology Solutions, Sacramento Kings
Kyle Eichman begins his eighth season with the Kings and his first as director of technology solutions. He is responsible for building out the infrastructure necessary to drive all elements of the fan experience at Sleep Train Arena and the new Golden 1 Center. | | Eichman has over 20 years of experience in positions ranging from finance and accounting to operations and marketing, working for such companies as Pinnacle Entertainment... Read More →
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Maria Roat

CTO at U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Department of Transportation
Maria A. Roat is the U.S. Department of Transportation Chief Technology Officer and brings 30 years of professional experience in information technology, including operations and intelligence.  She is responsible for establishing and leading DOTs technical vision and strategic direction.  Ms. Roat served 10 years at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) joining in June 2004, in a number of capacities including Federal Risk... Read More →
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Neha Sampat

CEO, Built.io
Neha Sampat is CEO of San Francisco-based software technology company built.io, where she leads a diverse, global team dedicated to creating mobile innovation and to building the foundation for the Internet of APIs. Previously, Neha spent 15 years leading product marketing for enterprise software, cloud computing and online experiences for companies like Sun Microsystems and VMware. She co-founded KurbKarma, a TechCrunch Disrupt 2012 Startup... Read More →

Wednesday September 30, 2015 1:30pm - 2:00pm
**Integrate Main Stage

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