IoT Tech Expo

IoT Tech Expo

Where the World Becomes the Web

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Geotab announced as Diamond Sponsor for upcoming IoT event in Silicon Valley
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Evolving smart cities to a driverless car future: Jonathan Reichental, CIO of Palo Alto
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Why it’s time for the Internet of Things to get strategic
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Sensing the opportunities with next-generation IoT beacon technology
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The key to monetising IoT and getting true value out of data
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Synapse Wireless announced as Gold Sponsor for upcoming North America IoT event
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Berlin 2016: Highlights from the IoT Tech Expo Central Europe
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Samsung on the Internet of Things; data, VR, development, privacy and the importance of startups
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Amir Kupervas, Head of IoT Strategy at Anodot talks Predictive Maintenance, Industry 4.0 and IIoT
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Does your company want to bring the Internet of Things to life?

Geotab announced as Diamond Sponsor for upcoming IoT event in Silicon Valley

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The IoT Tech Expo is pleased to welcome Geotab as a diamond sponsor for their upcoming event in Silicon Valley on the 20-21st October 2016. As an industry leader in fleet management and vehicle tracking technology, they will be bringing their knowledge and IoT experiences to both the conference, and the exhibition.  Read More

Evolving smart cities to a driverless car future: Jonathan Reichental, CIO of Palo Alto

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It goes without saying that the move to a smart city is complex. But it’s not just about the technology. It’s about getting the current infrastructure up to speed, making sure the system keeps running at all times, and preparing for an indeterminate future as best you can.

Jonathan Reichental is CIO of the City of Palo Alto in California. With a population of just over 65,000 at the last count, the city can act as a test bed for larger cities, and vice versa. Yet bearing in mind that many cities grow organically without any comprehensive urban planning, each is different – and each comes with its own challenges. Read More

Why it’s time for the Internet of Things to get strategic

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is clearly gaining momentum – a testament to its potential to improve customer experience, drive down costs, and transform business operations. As organisations evolve from successful, one off pilots into broader IoT deployments, new thinking is required to ensure IoT truly delivers. Read More

Sensing the opportunities with next-generation IoT beacon technology

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Beacons have so far been a slow-burn technology. It was back in 2009 when SIG announced Bluetooth version 4.0, which included Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), the basis of beacon technology although it took another four years to become mainstream. This came in 2013 with Apple announcing iBeacons at its developer conference. Android standardisation took longer, and it was not until July 2015 that Google released Eddystone. Google is however constantly expanding its capabilities, the most recent iteration coming with an update to Google Nearby on the 9th June 2016. Read More

The key to monetising IoT and getting true value out of data

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It is hard to find any piece of equipment that can’t be hooked up to the all-consuming IoT. The problem is that while these devices are low cost, they are also low value unless organisations find a way to capture and leverage the created data.  And these devices, by their sheer number, are generating huge volumes of data. Read More

Synapse Wireless announced as Gold Sponsor for upcoming North America IoT event

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Arriving in Santa Clara on the 20-21st October, the IoT Tech Expo North America is pleased to welcome Synapse Wireless as a gold sponsor for the leading Internet of Things event. Synapse specialise in providing software, hardware, and networking solutions to develop, deploy, and manage the “Things” in IoT. Read More

Berlin 2016: Highlights from the IoT Tech Expo Central Europe

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The IoT Tech Expo Team would like to thank all those who attended the Central Europe event which took place in the heart of Berlin at the bcc. In particular, a huge thank you to our sponsors, speakers and exhibitors for making the show such an interactive 2 days and we hope to see you all again at future events! Read More

Samsung on the Internet of Things; data, VR, development, privacy and the importance of startups

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Think of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the players within it, and Samsung are more than likely to come up, both on the frontline with its ARTIK developer platform, and behind the scenes, leading the recent $20 million investment in Los Altos-based startup Afero. Read More

Amir Kupervas, Head of IoT Strategy at Anodot talks Predictive Maintenance, Industry 4.0 and IIoT

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We had one industrial revolution, and it seems like we’re facing another industrial revolution today.” That’s the verdict of Amir Kupervas, the head of IoT strategy at real time analytics and data provider Anodot. Read More

Does your company want to bring the Internet of Things to life?

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Guest post: Supermicro

Organizations of today struggle with all kinds of questions. What projects are realistic for my organization? How do I analyze, manage and store all the data? How are you going to make your business flourish? How are you going to help your employees become more efficient? How to lower your costs but maintaining quality and service? The answers to these questions—and many more—probably already exist in your business with the data and systems you have today. Make sure you get ideas, inspiration and technology partners to help you make your business thrive. Read More