IoT Global Innovation Forum 2015

21 April 2015 08:00 - 22 April 2015 17:00

The IoT Global Innovation Forum 2015 brings together leading technology innovators, business strategists and developers from around the world for two days of focused networking and information sharing at the IoT cutting edge. Expert speakers will discuss the latest applications for traditional commercial processes as well as new business models and opportunities within the emerging Internet of Things ecosphere.

Track 1: Business Models, Trends, Opportunities, and Challenges

Topics include:

  •     Applications of sensor data to generate value in specific business environments
  •     Regulatory issues: what is needed, what’s in store
  •     Industrial IoT advances, impacts, and case studies
  •     Standards and interoperability progress: ensuring a seamless, universal experience
  •     Success strategies and business models for emerging IoT applications
  •     Latest developments in consumer electronics and wearables
  •     Positioning for success in the smart home / smart building ecosystem
  •     Measuring IoT value and maximizing
  •     Implementation case studies and lessons learned across industry verticals
  •     Utilizing IoT technology to move existing business operations and models to new levels

Track 2: Technology Advances, Implementation and Development

  •     Progress in IoT interoperability and integration across devices
  •     Architecture systems for IoT pervasive sensing and data sharing
  •     Latest IoT hardware developments
  •     Semantic web, IoT, and the evolving next-generation Internet
  •     Cloud computing, wireless sensor networks, and communication advances
  •     Standards and control system technologies
  •     Enabling technologies and strategies for ensuring data security and privacy
  •     Big Data analytics for IoT applications: arriving at value
  •     Collaborating and integrating across ecosystem partners and technology providers
  •     Designing human-focused IoT: ensuring high end-user acceptance

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