The Internet of Things Community, the world’s largest network of CxO’s and IoT practitioners dedicated to the advancement of IoT, announces its final agenda for the IoT Slam 2016, the world’s first and largest virtual Internet of Things conference, taking place on April 28th 2016, held online in the cloud, commencing at 9:00 AM US Eastern.
Organized by experts and authorities in the IoT industry and backed by theworld’s largest CxO IoT Community, consisting of 13,300+ senior business executives, this online conference will highlight key trends, real world industry use-cases, important advancements and defining accomplishments in the development and management of IoT.
IoT Slam 2016 is an immersive full day virtual conference that gives IoT practitioners information and experiences related to the business opportunities as well as technical and operational challenges of adopting IoT applications. IoT Slam addresses the entire spectrum of the Internet of Things (IoT) and provides a multidisciplinary perspective of this game-changing market via thought provoking sessions, panels, and exclusive IoT thought leadership – all under one “cloud delivered event,” straight to attendee’s office, home or mobile device.
“The IoT Slam 2016 is almost upon us. We are extremely excited to host hundreds of enterprise CxO’s and IoT practitioners at the second International IoT Slam 2016 Conference on Thursday,” said Bill Mortimer, Vice President of Strategic Marketing at Spirent Communications, and IoT Slam Organizing Committee Chairman. “Having curated dozens of A-list speakers, leading IoT authorities will present exclusive IoT content and expert best practices. Attendees are going to have a world class experience and be inspired as they get a first-hand look at how IoT is revolutionizing the enterprise. For people who would like to attend but are not able on Thursday, every session will be recorded and registered attendees will be able to view all the materials for 3 months after the event. We look forward to welcoming all and hosting IoT Slam 2016.”
For more information, visit www.iotslam.com.