IoT Resources

IoT Experts

Scott Amyx

CEO, Amyx+

“One of the things driving current interest in the connected home is personal security.” – (Source)

Kevin Ashton

Writer, creator of the term "Internet of Things"

Alicia Asín

Co-founder/CEO, Libelium

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Liam Boogar

Brand Director, Algolia

Amber Case

Research Fellow, MIT Media Lab/Center for Future Civic Media

“We need to develop devices that work alongside us and are not intrusive. Mark Weiser said we need smarter people instead of smarter technology. Information can be transported across different senses, not just through the visual sense, so that the technology is not in our primary focus. It can also be in secondary and tertiary focus.” – (Source: Wired)

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Sarah Cooper

GM IoT Solutions, Amazon Web Services

“Over the next couple years, connected and autonomous vehicles will become both a valuable source of real time environment data and a ubiquitous compute platform. Truly smart cities will use the data collected and the point of citizen interaction to improve services and public safety, while enterprises will start to worry about BYOV (Bring Your Own Vehicle) and mobile phone companies will partner with audio companies for the new PC, the Personal connected Car.” –Source

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Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

Founder, designswarm & Good Night Lamp

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Jenny Fielding

Managing Director, Techstars

“The connected home and home insurance is the next clear trend in IoT and insurance.” (Source: Medium)

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Harriet Green

Global Head, IBM Watson Internet of Things

“Cognitive Manufacturing (or industry 4.0) is what happens when we combine sensors, robotics, and data capture of the fourth industrial revolution with the machine learning and advanced data analytics of Watson.” (Source: IBM)

“System integration – or in this case, ecosystem integration – is fundamental to our business. It’s in our DNA. That’s why we have chosen to embrace an open platform. To focus on interoperability.” (Source: IBM)

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Scott Harkins

Vice President, Honeywell Connected Home

Stacy Higginbotham

Stacey Higginbotham

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Dion Hinchcliffe

VP and Senior Analyst, Constellation Research and Chief Strategy Officer, 7Summits

“The implications alone for IoT and the healthcare, insurance, financial services, logistics, manufacturing, and energy industries — to name just the most affected — are profound: For the first time in human history, most aspects of our business will be measurable, and therefore to paraphrase the famous Peter Drucker saying, they can actually be managed in a more direct and effective way than ever before possible.” (Source: dionhinchcliffe.com)

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Mikko Hypponen

Chief Research Officer, F-Secure

“Hypponen says IoT is unavoidable. “If it uses electricity, it will become a computer. If it uses electricity, it will be online. In future, you will only buy IoT appliances, whether you like it or not, whether you know it or not.” (Source: The Register)

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Scott Jensen

Product Strategy, Google

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Greg Kahn

President and CEO, the Internet of Things Consortium

“The smart kitchen is emerging as the next battleground between technology giants, retailers, and manufacturers. Recently published patent applications from Amazon and Walmart describe sensor-based systems to re-order groceries; integrated payments and new in-home delivery services can reduce consumer purchasing friction to almost nothing. With the kitchen already the second most common location for smart speakers, voice interfaces and platform partnerships will become table stakes for many appliances.” (Source: LinkedIn)

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Evan Kirstel

Digital Social Influencer

“The ever-increasing new applications of what has long been a technology coming out of universities and private research groups, can now be leveraged by Big Data services, autonomous vehicles, healthcare and more”, explained the expert. “These are the biggest topics these days”. This is the future offered by technologies such as Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence at the service of Internet of Things. (Source: Telefonica)

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Carley Knobloch

Digital Lifestyle Expert & On-Air Talent

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Maciej Kranz

Vice President of Strategic Innovation, Cisco

“IoT is not one market but rather a collection of markets and submarkets, each with its own set of competing ecosystems. Many have long-standing traditions of custom solutions, overlapping proprietary or semi-proprietary standards, vertical integration and limited partner ecosystems — all of which can be barriers to innovation. On top of that, most IoT deployments are in brownfield environments, where new IP-based IoT technologies must integrate with multiple legacy and vendor-specific systems.” (Source: Forbes)

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Knud Lasse Lueth

CEO, Founder, IoT Analytics

“Many firms in 2018 will engage in the creation of a unified “data lake” in the cloud that aggregates all IoT and non-IoT data and lays the foundation for future IoT & digital initiatives.” (Source: iot-analytics.com)

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Rob Martens

Vice President, Allegion/Schlage

“Operating systems will become broader and more transparent as IoT-oriented devices and tools enter our lives in masse. The growth curve is undeniable, and the opportunities are becoming much more obvious to even the least exposed observers. The measure of adoption and perhaps most importantly, satisfaction that they deliver will be largely dependent on how flexible they are for the user.” (Source: LinkedIn)

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Chuck Martin

Editor, MediaPost

“Big companies are currently looking for the ways to create efficiencies”. But business transformation must adapt to new models that integrate consumer behaviour and needs more efficiently. “In this new arena, instead of companies looking for loyal customers, we are going to see clients seeking loyal companies, and being able to rate them based on this loyalty. This is one of the big changes for which companies have to prepare”. (Source: Telefonica)

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Tamara McCleary

Founder, CEO, Brand Ambassdor, Thulium

“In the past IoT was more about technology and innovation. Now, said McCleary, companies are more customer-centric. “It’s really cool to see how technology really is powered by human beings trying to help other human beings. Keep in mind that when we’re selling products or services, we’re not using machines to sell something to another machine. It’s a person selling to another person…. We are in a position where we can create a future consciously, together, that supports human beings on this planet to have a better life.” (Source: Incapsula)

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Michael E. Porter

Economist, Researcher, Author, Advisor, Speaker and Teacher

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Whitney Rockley

Co-founder, McRock Capital

Andrew Thomas

Co-founder, CRO, SkyBell

“Visions of the Smart City are starting to materialize as CTO’s for major municipalities are coming to understand how Internet of Things products and services can provide cost savings, increase quality of life and promote safety in urban environments. Keep an eye out for the appearance of smart lighting, connected streets, smart parking, smart meters, connected apartments and on-demand services in the most innovative cities.” (Source: LinkedIn)

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Matt Turck

Managing Director, FirstMark

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Vernon Turner

Principal & Chief Strategist, Causeway Connections

“IoT will dramatically change the way supply chains are established and supported, the way that retail takes advantage of an omni-channel environment, the way ERP and CRM systems work and talk to the lines of businesses – and this needs to be managed as a key strategic initiative ( part of any 3 to 5 year plan). Integration of multiple projects has long been the down fall of many CIOs. IoT won’t be any different. However, IoT data sources will come from many walks of life. It will be important for companies and their IT vendor suppliers to embrace and deploy an open data platform, built on open standards, where IoT-created data is funneled into the corporate analytics engine for business outcomes. In return, it will be possible to act on the intelligence from IoT and capture new business value or create new business value.” (Source: LinkedIn)

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Rob van Kranenburg

Founder, IoT Council

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James Whittaker

Engineer, Microsoft

“Right now humans have to navigate too many choices and can’t navigate the torrent that is the web and cloud. We must do better than browsers and apps. Machines can solve this. They can learn about us and about the world and find definitive answers for the humans they serve. Think about the age-old “what do you want to do tonight” conundrum we humans deal with daily. The browser has failed us as a discoverability tool. Apps are only marginally better. But if all the things we could do are searching for us at the same time our own machine assistants are looking for them then you’ve created an entirely new web. A peer-to-peer web where machines serve both the seeking and the sought. This is so game-changing that it gets me out of bed with a smile on my face every single day. Almost any question one asks … the machines are the answer.” (Source: Onalytica)

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Nate Williams

Entrepreneur in Residence, Kleiner Perkins

“I believe the opportunity is in “Verticalized IoT” where very focused startups attack the larger platforms by focusing on a discrete market/offering. I call these startups “seam startups” because they can attack a discrete segment and then grow through adjacencies.” (Source: staceyoniot.com)

“The Enterprise IoT sector continues to lag behind Consumer IoT in terms of attention and press. The sheer scope and scale of the Enterprise opportunity is massive and something I believe we’ll see much more attention on in the coming year. The power of IoT to tectonically impact an industry, whether it is transportation, manufacturing, medical, or utilities is unmatched. At one point Cisco had calculated IoT could provide 14 trillion dollars of economic value in the next 10 years.” (Source: iofthings.org)

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Michael Wolf

Founder, The Spoon

Arrival of IOT will bring to appliance business models: “added intelligence, cloud services and the ability to perform field software upgrades are combining to create a massive shift in the underlying business models undergirding the home appliance and housewares market.” (Source: The Spoon)

IoT Events

Meet with the IoT ecosystem and worldwide business leaders and learn how to leverage the power of the IoT to transform and move your business forward. Through informative conference tracks, an IoT Exhibition floor, case studies, special events, networking and more you will understand how the Internet of Things (IoT) will be the driving forces behind improving efficiencies, driving revenue opportunities and solving business problems across multiple industries and in nearly all business functional areas.

Through a series of conference tracks, workshops, keynotes and general sessions, you will hear about Enterprise IoT adoption, implementation and the enormous impact these technologies will have on driving operational efficiencies and increasing revenue.

The Industry 4.0 ThinkTank event brings together provocative thinkers, industry leaders and experts in various fields to get organizations ready for the next industrial revolution. Get ready to face global markets, become a leader in digital evolution, find strategic partners, mentors or competitors and learn from their real-life experiences.

Businesses consider data their essential assets which aids in their growth. Even the smallest businesses generate data, though in lesser volume. If you have questions about how to improve your business, your data will help you answer them.

The theme of the Conference is “Smart Cites and Nations” in recognition of Singapore’s strides in embracing “Smart” — policies, principles, and practices — for which IoT is an important technology enabler. The World Forum on The Internet of Things consists of an outstanding Technical Program featuring the latest advances and experiences with IoT for the Academic and Research Community, a set of Vertical and Topical Area tracks of interest to Industry and to the Public Sector, and is relevant locally to Singapore and the larger Asia Pacific region.

IRAN IoT FORUM is the first Iranian forum in the area of “Internet of Things”. This would be a great networking opportunity where everyone could get deep insight on the local market dynamics. Teyf Group as the first and only Iran telecoms think tank, have organized Iran IoT Forum (IiF) since January 2016.

Experience an ecosystem of the latest Internet of Things (IoT) implementations at Bosch ConnectedWorld. The two-day event is one of the few IoT events hosted by an active provider and user of IoT solutions. By leveraging its industry expertise, the Bosch Group provides attendees the inspiration, education and connections needed to thrive in the IoT community.

With a focus on local telecommunication companies, government bodies, and verticals, Asia IoT Business Platform is a premier business program crafted by the industry, for the industry. The program aims to address key issues facing the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in ASEAN. We drive enterprises to understand and learn about the adoption of IoT for their businesses, and connect international IoT solution providers with their prospective clients and partners in the local markets for their regional business development.

Drive implementation of machine learning across your business: Hear how LV are embedding ML into every function. Re-orientate your business around data: Find out how Simply Business are undergoing data-centric transformation. Transform claims using AI and advanced analytics: Discover how Generali are leveraging data to deliver on the moment of truth. Improve fraud detection: Hear how Covea are fighting fraud with machine learning. Secure senior-level backing for your analytics projects: Listen to Bupa’s case study on aligning analytics initiatives to corporate strategy to secure support. Use generative neural networks models for insurance price optimisation: Learn how Direct Line are using advanced techniques to optimise pricing.

The Summit is held over 2 days. Day One includes keynote addresses from Government and industry leaders plus the implementation of robotics applications, personalised supply chains and technology-driven disruption. Day Two covers the implementation of industry 4.0 projects including three great examples of deployment by manufacturing SMEs. The Summit closes with a wide ranging debate on the broader impact of Industry 4.0 on manufacturing and the wider economy. Topics ranging from Brexit to the Northern Powerhouse, skills shortages to cyber-security, blue skies technology and beyond, will be covered.

India’s 2nd National Level Earlier held in 2016 with a participation of more than 6,000 students from 25+ Colleges.

ELC is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for companies and developers using Linux in embedded products. For the past 13 years, ELC has had the largest collection of sessions dedicated exclusively to embedded Linux developers. OpenIoT Summit provides the technical knowledge you need to deliver smart connected products and solutions that take advantage of the rapid evolution of IoT technologies. It is the only IoT event focused on the development of open IoT solutions.

Besides a Trade Show and Congress, Advanced Factories counts with additional events that make it a must-attend event for any businessman or executive from the industrial sector. For example, Leadership Summit is a business lunch with industry leaders of the sector. The Subcontracting Summit brings together manufacturing brands with the components and services suppliers. The Talent Marketplace is the space to deepen on the new professional profiles and the capture of talent that will fulfill growing labor market demands of the Industry 4.0 sector. The CIO’s Summit brings together a number of conferences aimed at IT managers, who nowadays play a key role together with the Production Manager. The Factory Innovation Theatre presents the latest innovations developed and showcased by our exhibitors. Advanced Factories hosts also the Awards Gala of the Factories of the Future Awards, which recognize the work and excellence in the manufacturing industry, as well as our special Welcome Party, providing a high-profile networking opportunity in a relaxed atmosphere.

IIOT – The Industrial Internet – is redefining the industrial landscape, providing dramatic productivity and efficiency improvements throughout the production and distribution process. Estimates for the economic impact are off the scale, but as always there will be winners and losers. What are the strategies you need to deploy now to ensure you benefit from the transformational changes taking place with Industry 4.0?

The internet of things (IoT) is a platform that allows a network of devices (sensors, smart meters, etc.) to communicate, analyse data and process information collaboratively in the service of individuals or organisations. The IoT network can generate large amounts of data in a variety of formats and using different protocols which can be stored and processed in the cloud. The conference looks to address the issues surrounding IoT devices, their interconnectedness and services they may offer, including efficient, effective and secure analysis of the data IoT produces using machine learning and other advanced techniques, models and tools, and issues of security, privacy and trust that will emerge as IoT technologies mature and become part of our everyday lives.

As the world looks to Asia for sustainable economic growth, technology companies see Asia as the solution to grow their business, expand their networks and explore the pockets of the market where they see the most attractive investment opportunities right now. IoT Asia’s aim is to provide a neutral platform for technology influencers to discuss the latest trends and challenges within the industry. We understand that in order for the global IoT ecosystem to flourish and thrive, platforms have to be created to drive collaboration and strategic partnerships among various stakeholders in the ecosystem.

Wherever you are on your IoT journey – whether you’re exploring how to become a data-centric business, or you are looking at the next steps of securing, analysing and integrating this data with your existing or new applications and processes – Smart IoT is the only place to be.

Technology is changing so rapidly that it’s near impossible to stay ahead. Don’t rely on Google and YouTube – you should join the best in the industry at Atmosphere 2018. It’s an opportunity to join over 3,000 of your peers to learn, collaborate and influence the direction of Aruba products that deliver enterprise-class wireless, wired, security, location and branch solutions. Be a part of today’s leading innovation machine!

The IET, PETRAS & IoTUK are delighted to welcome you to the inaugural Living in the Internet of Things event – two days incorporating call for papers and invited speaker conference, exhibition, workshops, seminars, poster sessions and project demonstrations.

Sustainable Energies conference will be organized during March 30-31 at Orlando, Florida, on the theme Sustaining Sustainable Energies for Sustained Growth.

Exponentially growing number of sensors and connected devices together with machine learning, artificial intelligence and robotics are drastically changing how people live, work and do business. Everything happens so fast it creates huge challenge and opportunity for all companies irrespective of industry. In search for economic competitiveness and and growth, IoT is one of the urgent question for Finland and the Nordics. IoT can help companies both in increasing their operational efficiency and reducing costs as well as providing sources of organisational growth. Join, influence and be part of the discussion.

The ACM/IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things Design and Implementation (IoTDI) is a premier venue on IoT. In 2018, IoTDI will be held for the third time and topics span the entire ecosystem revolving around IoT, such as cloud and edge computing, data analytics, sensor networks, mobile devices, Internet architecture, middleware and numerous IoT applications. To reflect the interconnection of IoT with both cloud computing and cyber-physical systems, IoTDI is co-located in even years with IEEE IC2E and in odd years with CPS Week.

QuBit Cybersecurity Conference strives to bring the latest information to the cyber community of Central Europe from the western world closer and to help spread the word that security matters as Internet and IT tools are now accessible to more than 2 billion people worldwide.

It is a showcase of next generation technologies and strategies from the world of Artificial Intelligence, an opportunity to explore and discover the practical and successful implementation of AI in driving forward your business in 2018 and beyond.

Europe’s leading IoT event series will bring together key industries from across Europe and beyond for 2 days of top level content and discussion. Introducing and exploring the latest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering Manufacturing, Transport, Health, Logistics, Insurance, Retail, Government, Utilities and Automotive, this conference is not to be missed.

The third annual event in a global series highlighting the digital transformation taking place across industry and will allow attendees to learn from pioneering leaders in the field, showcase best practice and benchmark their approach with peers.

With a focus on local telecommunication companies, government bodies, and verticals, Asia IoT Business Platform is a premier business program crafted by the industry, for the industry. The program aims to address key issues facing the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in ASEAN. We drive enterprises to understand and learn about the adoption of IoT for their businesses, and connect international IoT solution providers with their prospective clients and partners in the local markets for their regional business development.

Focusing on practical, scaleable applications of smart city initiatives to improve citizen quality of life and local government efficiency. Smarter Cities, a vast opportunity with expansive ideas and many interpretations. Whether you’re interested in infrastructure, or enabling citizens and communities to act smarter, urban IoT or smart cities will be on your agenda.

With a focus on local telecommunication companies, government bodies, and verticals, Asia IoT Business Platform is a premier business program crafted by the industry, for the industry. The program aims to address key issues facing the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in ASEAN. We drive enterprises to understand and learn about the adoption of IoT for their businesses, and connect international IoT solution providers with their prospective clients and partners in the local markets for their regional business development.

Internet of Things Conference is a yearly conference aiming to provide a clear picture of the Internet of Things landscape – what’s the current state and what might unfold in the future? Internet of Things is a broad, and somewhat fuzzy, concept that includes everything from protocols, hardware and software to e-health, wearable devices and design. Attending the conference will make you understand the value in IoT and help you navigate this uncharted territory.

IoT Fuse unites accomplished doers, makers and hackers with the brightest executives, investors, entrepreneurs and innovators focused on the Internet of Things space.

Internet of Things World is the world’s biggest IoT event, bringing you the best technologies, strategies and case studies for every vertical that IoT will impact.

In its 3rd iteration, this workshop will build on its success to address challenges in realizing a scalable and inherently heterogeneous IoT, and solicit novel solutions to functional elasticity and spatial scalability. Today, most industrial contenders (IBM, CISCO, Jasper, HP, Google, EVRYTHNG, etc.) are advocating for their versions of IoT (e.g., Smarter Planet, IoEverything, Brillo, etc.), while mainstream research efforts address singular views of scalable sensing, massive RFID-based identification, and other topological remedies to handle the ensuing Big Data communication and sense-making processes.

The ICIOT 2018: 20th International Conference on Internet of Things aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Internet of Things. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Internet of Things.

Once more the Internet Of Things Convention offered a bird-eye view of the Belgian IoT landscape. One day of innovating ideas and networking made it clear: businesses are investing in IoT more than ever. What IoT-applications will change our daily lives? And what trends should we keep an eye on? 36 experts were eager to answer these questions. No less than 52 businesses were present to demonstrate their new technologies to the big public.

Internet of Things World is the world’s biggest IoT event, bringing you the best technologies, strategies and case studies for every vertical that IoT will impact.

For 30+ years, Sensors Expo & Conference has established itself as North America’s premier event focused exclusively on sensors and sensor-integrated systems. Join us in the heart of Silicon Valley – June 26-28, 2018 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California – to be a part of THE only event where you can find solutions for your present sensing technologies while exploring sensing technologies that are driving tomorrow’s solutions.

Europe’s leading IoT event series will bring together key industries from across Europe and beyond for 2 days of top level content and discussion. Introducing and exploring the latest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering Manufacturing, Transport, Health, Logistics, Insurance, Retail, Government, Utilities and Automotive, this conference is not to be missed.

With the rapid advancements of mobile Internet, cloud computing and big data, device-centric traditional Internet of Things (IoT) is now moving into a new era which is termed as Internet of Things Services (IOTS). In this era, sensors and other types of sensing devices, wired and wireless networks, platforms and tools, data processing/visualization/analysis and integration engines, and other components of traditional IoT are interconnected through innovative services to realize the value of connected things, people, and virtual Internet spaces. The way of building new IoT applications is changing. We indeed need creative thinking, long-term visions, and innovative methodologies to respond to such a change. The 3rd International Conference on Internet of Things Services (ICIOT 2018) is organized to continue promote research and application innovations around the world.

The IoT is a grand vision as it ascribes the concept of millions of interconnected intelligent devices that can communicate with one another, and thereby control the world around us. Technically speaking, the smart grid can be considered to be an example of the IoT composed of embedded machines, which sense and control the behavior of the energy world.

Gartner Catalyst Conference provides practical solutions, actionable advice & principled objectivity in ways you won’t find anywhere else. Technically focused & committed to pragmatic, how-to content, Gartner Catalyst Conference is designed to leave you with a blueprint for project planning & execution.

With a focus on local telecommunication companies, government bodies, and verticals, Asia IoT Business Platform is a premier business program crafted by the industry, for the industry. The program aims to address key issues facing the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in ASEAN. We drive enterprises to understand and learn about the adoption of IoT for their businesses, and connect international IoT solution providers with their prospective clients and partners in the local markets for their regional business development.

Build Eco Xpo (BEX) Asia is an annual gathering of the green building professionals, where over 12,000 Architects, Building Owners, Developers, Engineers, Facility Managers and Solution Providers meet, exchange ideas, source for the latest products & solutions and build valuable relationships over the 3-day event.

Minds + Machines 2018 will be held on September 12-13, at Moscone West in San Francisco, CA. Be the first to know the latest details for GE’s Industrial Internet event—dedicated to showcasing proven technology, the future of the industrial landscape, and the most powerful digital outcomes. Each year, Minds + Machines brings together the best and brightest in the industry, including GE customers, developers, partners, industrial thought leaders, and technology innovators.

Euromaintenance is the biggest European bi-annual congress & exhibition on industrial maintenance and asset management. The next edition – Euromaintenance 4.0 – takes place in Antwerp (Belgium) from September 24th – 27th 2018. On the verge of the 4th industrial revolution, IoT and predictive analytics are bringing unseen possibilities in maintenance, reliability and condition monitoring. Euromaintenance 4.0 aims to provide a comprehensive and attractive agenda of learning opportunities for CTO’s, asset managers, group maintenance & reliability leaders, maintenance & reliability engineers, condition monitoring specialists and operational managers working in asset intensive industries in Europe and the rest of the world. The event will focus on disruptive technologies without omitting the essential basics and best practices in the field of maintenance, reliability, condition monitoring and asset management.

With a focus on local telecommunication companies, government bodies, and verticals, Asia IoT Business Platform is a premier business program crafted by the industry, for the industry. The program aims to address key issues facing the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technology in ASEAN. We drive enterprises to understand and learn about the adoption of IoT for their businesses, and connect international IoT solution providers with their prospective clients and partners in the local markets for their regional business development.

Europe’s leading IoT event series will bring together key industries from across Europe and beyond for 2 days of top level content and discussion. Introducing and exploring the latest innovations within the Internet of Things and covering Manufacturing, Transport, Health, Logistics, Insurance, Retail, Government, Utilities and Automotive, this conference is not to be missed.

IoT Job Resources

Internet of Things (IoT) Solutions Architect

Internet of things solutions architects build and manage end-to-end IoT solutions. Collaborating with business leaders, they design and communicate the IoT structure, vision, and message. They determine the business problems, design IoT solutions, build prototypes and manage deployment.

IoT Hardware Engineer

IoT hardware engineers assist with the development, design, and implementation of IoT servers. They are competent working with high-reliability servers, embedded computer systems, and industrial automation controls systems.

Stack Developer

Stack developers are skilled at all aspects of the development process from planning to implementation, including both back and front-end coding. Trained in front-end web technologies, middleware code, and back-end databases, stack developers create code and practical solutions for every step of a project.

IoT Software Engineer

IoT software engineers design and implement software for IoT systems and applications. They identify software requirements and coordinate software development with other departments, teams, and projects. Responsibilities include writing software documentation, including requirements, estimates, specifications, code, and test plans, and conducting associated technical reviews.

IoT Product Manager

IoT Product Managers understand the five layers of the IoT technology stack — hardware, software, communications, cloud platform, and cloud applications. They analyze the business and technology that are needed at each level and in the system as a whole. They then collect and manage data, understand their users and the purpose of the product, devise a communication strategy, and provide clear direction on the product’s vision..

IoT Strategy Manager

IoT strategy managers develop an IoT strategy which addresses their businesses’ role in IoT. This strategy determines where and when they should enter the field, and how to maintain relevance. They identify industries and markets, plan customer and business engagement, and propose how to connect products and services.

IoT Specialist

IoT Specialists have expertise in at least one of the core IoT tracks: devices, connectivity, platforms, cloud analytics, enterprise integration, or development. They can be employed as IoT engineers, architects, data scientists, or developers.