Real-world IoT deployments transforming businesses
Household brands John Lewis, Tesco, BMW and MasterCard will reveal how IoT, the Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming their businesses as part of Europe’s Internet of Things World event – which promises to break through the IoT hype to expose real-world applications and deployments
As one of the fastest growing IoT events in the world, Internet of Things World Europe will bring 180 speakers to the stage when it takes place at The Convention Centre, in Dublin, Ireland, from Monday, November 21 to Tuesday November 22.
Taking place over eight tracks – Energy, Environment and Agriculture; IoT Architecture; Manufacturing and Supply Chain; Smart Cities; Connected Cars; IoT Security; Smart Home; and Start-ups – the presentations will shine a light on how different industries are using the IoT to transform the way their businesses operate and how other companies – from start-ups and enterprises to established brands – can apply the technology to their business model.
“This event is perfect for businesses looking to find examples of where IoT has already proven valuable within a business,” said Zach Butler, Senior Conference Producer, of show organiser KNect365 (an Informa business). “While other conferences look to tackle the same subject, Internet of Things World Europe is unique because it doesn’t talk theoretically about the technology. Instead, it brings together real-life case studies that show very clearly how the IoT can be applied across a vast range of industries and applications, including manufacturing, industry, oil and gas, the smart home, smart cities and connected cars.”
Other speakers already confirmed for Internet of Things World Europe include Uber, Virgin Active, John Deere and Maersk Line. The issue of ensuring interoperability across IoT deployments in different applications and markets will also be explored with a number of standards bodies are due to take part in the conference.
Internet of Things World Europe is the sister event of America’s hugely successful Internet of Things World, which is now the largest IoT show in the world. In addition to the 180 speakers expected to attend, Internet of Things World Europe will also welcome around 75 exhibitors, showcase cutting-edge IoT demos and host an IoT Hackathon.
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