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Internet of Things India Expo
February 8, 2017 - February 10, 2017
Internet of Things (IoT) will revolutionize, transform & create business opportunities for industries to become connected to an extent that has never been possible before. The Internet of Things is creating a new world, a quantifiable and measureable world, where people and businesses can manage their assets in better informed ways. By sensing the surrounding environment, the IoT will create many practical improvements in our world, increasing our convenience, health and safety, while at the same time improving energy efficiency and comfort. The IoT will be a new source of wealth creation. Several IoT-enabled services will be transformational, driving impacts by connecting different elements of various industries together in new ways.
“Internet of things India Expo 2017”(IoTIe) will be organised along with 25th Convergence India 2017 expo from 8-10 February at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The show will bring together IoT ecosystem including hardware, services, software and governing bodies. It will cover development areas and future of IoT in India including Smart Cities, Wearables, Design applications, enablers, Industrial IoT, data analytics. It will be supported by conferences, business meetings, startup showcase and investors insights. It is the India’s premier business platform to enhance knowledge, share ideas, networking and plan for future.
Under Government of India “Digital India” , “Make in India” & “Smart Cities” plan headed into implementation stage, IoT implementation will evolve all sectors to take the next leap to make these initiatives come true.
Conference Agenda Outline
Day 1: 08 February 2017
From PoC to Monetization – new business models and revenue generating streams
Policy formulation on IoT-An urgent necessity at this stage
Funding IoT Startups: Success and Challenges
Day 2: 09 February 2017
From Unconnected Products to Connected Everything – How IoT is Transforming Business for Enterprises
Accelerators for IoT Growth : Moving from Big Data to Fast Data and advanced Analytics
IoT at the Edge: Sensors & Technologies
Industry 4.0: the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies
Impact of IoT on Lifestyle: Smart Homes
Connected Healthcare: Moving from Illness to Wellness
Day 3: 10 February 2017
GSMA Open Day