Program – IoT Payments World 2018


Exploring impacts of IoT and PayTech convergence
Leveraging new IoT commerce opportunities
Securing the “invisible” payments
DAY 1 – Tuesday 27 March
IoT: An Emerging Payments Ecosystem?
Wearables & Smart Home
Retail & e-Commerce
Managing Consumers Identity
DAY 2 – Wednesday 28 March
IoT: Building New Payment Experiences
Workshop Schneider Electric
Secure Techs for IoT Payments

DAY 1 - Tuesday 27 March

10.00 am: Opening

IoT: An Emerging Payments Ecosystem?
Opening and welcome remarks by Jean-Michel Reynoird, Head Fintech Strategic Partnership, BPCE Group

Payments can potentially be embedded in 5 billion connected devices: are IoT and Payments stakeholders ready? How IoT is Transforming the Payments Landscape? What role for the IoT and Payments stakeholders in the new value chain? Where are the revenues opportunities?

Day 1
27 Mar 2018
Jean-Michel Reynoird

KEYNOTE IoT Impact on the Financial Services Industry (Title TBC)

Pierre Marchand

KEYNOTE Big Data & IoT for New Payment Experience and Business Opportunities (Title TBC)

Lorenzo Gaston

IoT impact on payments infrastructure (Title TBC)

Alain Delperdange

KEYNOTE Commerce for Every Device (Title TBC)

Jean-Michel Reynoird

OPENING PANEL: How to Make IoT Commerce Truly Mainstream? – Ecosystem Challenges

Moderated by Jean-Michel Reynoird
With Smart Payment Association, BPCE, Capgemini, MasterCard

IoT payments involve new business models and collaborations between retailers, device manufacturers, technology companies and payment providers. Who are the leaders? What are the key challenges? How to overcome them? Are smart watches, trackers, rings… the new generation.

12.45 pm – 2.00 pm: Lunch Break

Paying with Consumer IoT Devices

Forecasters predict 62 per cent of wearables will feature payment functionality by 2020. The increase in payment-enabled wearables is driven by demand for contactless and payments and improved security

Day 1
27 Mar 2018
Alain Delperdange

Tokenisation Service to Enable Wearable Payments (Title TBC)

Jean-Claude Barbezange

H2O Project: Usage of Personal Secured Wearable in Omni-Channel Shopping

• A human-centric secured architecture to support the rapidly emerging wearable communication and computing markets for B2C and B2B use cas
• Omni-channel shopping use case with smartwatch form factor: online connection to the Retail Web site, appointment with a sale assistant with check-in, check-out and EMV Payment, signature at delivery, after-sales services, certified reviews…
• The device mixes a sensor for biometric authentication, several channels for secured local communication (Body Communication Channel, BLE, NFC, UWB, ..) and certified application components such as EMV payment, FIDO U2F, PQC digital signature

Fabien Raiola

Implications of Payment 2.0 – Smart Secure Ring (provisional)

• Pay in contactless open loop by implementing new security standards
• A fully secured autonomous ring
• New way to pay to simplify interactions and enhance security
• New form factors needed, payment scheme has to be adapted to new arrivals

John Devlin

Voice Payments and Conversational Commerce (Title TBC)

4.00 – 4.30 PM: COFFEE BREAK

Paying with Merchant IoT Devices

As we are moving beyond current m-payment methods and traditional points of sale to IoT devices payments, how IoT fits into the omni-channel experience? From wallet to beacons, proximity payments pave the way to a new IoT era.

Day 1
27 Mar 2018
Gregoire Toussaint

The advent of Connected Commerce

• IoT with Connected Devices will transform the way consumers live, shop and pay. Analysis of key drivers of IoT development
• When payment is embedded into Connected Devices – to pay or receive payments -, it will contribute to the ever-changing evolution of retail
• Analysis of concrete use cases in 3 key segments: wearables, smart home and smart transportation
• Connected Devices with payment capabilities become a platform for commerce and transact


Smart Screen Use Cases (Title TBC)

Francois Lecomte-Vagniez

Building the Future of Retail (Title TBC)

Managing and Protecting Consumers Digital Identity

Providing true seamless authentication – Blockchain and other enablers – KYC challenges

Day 1
27 Mar 2018
Olivier Maas

ID Blockchain – How can Self Sovereign Identity Unleash Digital Payment?

• Why is Self-sovereign digital identity a promising approach to solve KYC requirements?
• How can Blockchain be used as an independent infrastructure to facilitate identity management?
• How can security of identity and personal attributes be achieved with ad-hoc personal hardware tokens?

John Erik Setsaas

Behavioral Biometrics to Address the PSD2/SCA requirements

• How to simplify strong authentication for end-users
• How banks can fulfill the PSD2/SCA requirements, without risking losing users
• Data-driven authentication – based on multiple parameters
• Risk based authentication


Trustest Identities for Payment (Title TBC)

7.00pm – Awards Ceremony

DAY 2 – Wednesday 28 March

8.30 am: Opening

Grand Plenary

As consumer-facing IoT solutions rise, consumers are beginning to adopt new ways of paying for good and services. What are the lessons of contactless/mobile payment for new IoT payments and commerce-related experiences. What do customers want from IoT and which players can give it to them?

Day 1
28 Mar 2018
Michel LĂ©ger

KEYNOTE Rise of the Machine Shopper (Title TBC)

As the Internet of Things moves closer to an everyday consumer reality, the payments and retail industries can adapt to a new era of convenience. As machines take over the task of making regular consumer purchases (for example fridges ordering groceries and bathrooms ordering toiletries), consumer behaviour is likely to alter drastically. eCommerce merchants should be looking towards the IoT as a source of great potential and new opportunities. However, it is also essential that they partner with a proven payments provider that can keep them at the forefront of payments innovation and that can ensure their and their customers’ safety.

Violette Bouveret

KEYNOTE IoT and Payment from the Customer Side: Key Success Factors to Boost Adoption

While AI, big data and robotics innovation are boosting IoT value propositions, a major issue remains unaddressed: to what extent will customers adopt and use these devices? Indeed, customers are facing a dilemma. On one side, the value proposition of seamless customized added-value services attracts while on the other side, the disclosure of highly sensitive data required by the IoT connectivity frightens especially when payment is involved. Based on recent examples and academic research, we will discuss key success factors to boost IoT adoption involving payment providing useful insights on value proposition design and customer relationship management.

Francois Lecomte-Vagniez

PANEL: From Payment to Customer Engagement: How to Boost Adoption?

Panel Chair: François Lecomte-Vagniez
With ESCP Europe, Ingenico Group, Mastercard, Publithings

New IoT-based payment services are poised to revolutionize the customer journey and the relationship with banks and retailers. When will this technology be efficient? How will IoT improve the knowledge of customer behaviour and customer journey? How to preserve and avoid that these objects become too invasive and cause a rejection of the customer? How to convince customers to download the associated applications or install the devices and then accept the use of their data? The panel will debate answers to accelerate the go-to-market and encourage IoT payments adoption.

10.30 am – 11.00 am: Coffee Break

Building an IoT Payment Solution with Schneider-Electric
Agenda details coming soon
1.00 pm – 2.00 pm: Lunch Break


From smart rings to connected cars, building trust in IoT payment devices and infrastructures is a key enabler of this emerging market. Security management, hardware and Cloud-based strong security approaches developed for m-payments need to be addressed at the IoT scale: huge challenges ahead.

Day 1
28 Mar 2018
Ranjeet Khanna

Securing In-Vehicle Payments with IoT Security Platforms

• By 2022, the global automotive IoT market will reach $82.79 billion – but this growth comes with new risks
• IoT security platforms allow automakers to assign a trusted identity to each device across the IoT ecosystem
• Manufacturers must establish a trust infrastructure between payment networks and connected vehicles

Tim Hartog

Disecting Mobile Payment Security – A Lab Perspective

• Lab perspective on security in different mobile payment solution types (HCE, TEE, SE based payments)
• Security in TEE and SE based payment solution and Biometrics, dependencies and lessons learned
• Upcoming trends as mPOS and payment with wearables and IoT,  elevant lessons from mobile payment (HCE, TEE, SE)

Olivier Van Nieuwenhuyze

GlobalPlatform – Standardized On-Device NFC Technology for Secure Mobile Payment (Title TBC)

• A consistent approach to the deployment and lifecycle management of NFC services
• How to simplify the end-user experience when selecting NFC services for entities such as mobile wallet providers.
• GlobalPlatform’s Managing Entity Specification benefits for service providers and consumers

Brian Schleisner

Secure Life Cycle Management for IoT Payment Devices

• Payment Devices that operate in the IoT environment need to comply with 3 sets of requirements: General IoT/Cloud Computing Requirements, Device Manufactures requirements for protecting IP etc., Payment Card Industry Requirements
• Integration of the different requirements in one smooth production process and on product maintenance over the life cycle

4.15 PM: End of the conference