IoT Evolution Expo
February 7 – 10, 2017
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
The IoT Evolution Conference explores the relevant business and technical issues surrounding the vast opportunity inherent in M2M technologies and the Internet of Things. The Fort Lauderdale conference will have a strong focus on how the IoT will impact the enterprise
The Fort Lauderdale Conference will be comprised of five tracks each with a specific focus on defining the enormous impact that IoT will have on business solutions, the enterprise and consumer life. Implementation best practices, security and industrial IoT will also be covered within these tracks.
Submit your proposal to participate in the foremost educational and networking event in the M2M and IoT industry. Please contact Carl Ford with any questions.
DEADLINE: September 16, 2016.
Whether you are out in the field or on the production line, operations is the place where IoT can have incremental but dramatic impact. These sessions look at how IoT makes ops faster, cheaper and better.
The news and noise about IoT revolves around the consumer, but the significant revenue impact will be seen in the Enterprise. There is a merging of these two segments however as the millennial's life styles are being applied to work; If we can manage our life remotely we should be able to do the same at work. As we approach the ten year anniversary of the smart phone, we look at connected living to guide us to adopting a connected business lifestyle.
IoT for a developer can be a skunk works or a massive worldwide upgrade. These sessions will focus on learning to use the development building blocks while managing scale; both keys to success with IoT.
The rules keep changing and that is making reporting and compliance more impactful to corporate strategy. Big data and analytics combine to make business intelligence visual. This track explores the many ways to drive business intelligence.
Real world implementations and practical deployments of IoT are the focus of these sessions along with a practical discussion of security.
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