Internet of Things and Big Data are very much a technology driven activity applied by hard- and software developers whereby competing technologies offer different solutions with unclear business cases.
What will we do with this data gathered by connected devices and sensors? It is daunting for many organizations to grasp the amount of big data being produced from sensors and devices, let alone getting business value from it. As a consequence how will it effect the deployment of IoT and influence our daily life, Internet of People. With IoT in one hand and Big Data in the other real human problems can be solved, instead of simply marketing new gadgets and services.
Join us at and connect with international companies and organisations, get involved and be present at the third edition of the Internet of Things Event.
The program includes:
- Seminar with keynote lectures and parallel sessions
- Various topic related exhibitions of companies
- Internet of Things Challenge Award
- Lunch and networking to create the ideal opportunity to network in an open setting.
Who should attend:
- Hardware manufacturers (components, Telecom, IT, Consumer Electronics, White Goods, sensors etc.), Open Source included
- Software manufacturers (OS, applications, embedded software, open data, data visualization), Open Source included
- System Integrators
- Service Providers
- Operators / ISP’s
- Utilities (Energy, electricity, water)
- Venture Capital / Financial industry
- Design companies (product, interaction, service and Visualization)
- IP / legal and regulation bodies
- Visionares who see potential in Internet of Things
- Educational Institutions
- Executives who want to learn how leading companies leverage advanced analytics to compete and win
- Interactive marketing innovators who want access to “game changing” insights for digital marketing optimization
- Enterprise architects, data warehousing, and business intelligence professionals looking to provide the infrastructure for big data and advanced analytics to their business partners
- Data scientists, business analysts, statisticians, “quants”, hackers, or analytics professionals responsible for making data-driven business decisions
- UI developers, sociologists, psychologists etc. who want to learn what the human factors should be in IoT and Big Data
The following companies attended the IoT event in 2013: