How to get connected with Internet of Things

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The last edition of The Internet of Things Event, at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, was a successful event, bringing together over 120 speakers and attendees, who shared their views and opinions on the latest updates and developments in Data Centers, 5G, Cloud/God Computing, Big Data and Security.

Find more about the 2017 edition.

Who should attend next edition?
Professional endusers | Service providers | Retail | Hardware manufacturers | open source professionals | software manufacturers (OS, applications, embedded software, open data, data visualization) | telecom operators | system integrators | service providers | operators | ISP’s | designers | venture capital | financial industry | design companies | IP | legal and regulation professionals | educational institutions | and for example:

  • 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.
  • In short: anyone who sees potential in the IoT.

Fact: 88% of the attendees of the previous edition would recommend the conference to colleagues or relations.

Get social! Be informed about the conference and receive the latest Internet of Things news. Join the LinkedIn forum and the discussion on Twitter @iotevent.

Photonics: a key enabler of the IoT
Photonics is a key enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT). For its implementation the IoT relies heavily on sensor technology. Sensors need to be small, robust and energy efficient to be embedded in machines, appliances, buildings and infrastructure and succesfully collect data over large periods of time.
Photonics Applications Week (PHAPPS Week), 30 September – 4 October, the first photonics event about real-world business applications like IoT.

gigabit societyGigabit Society Event – Dutch language

In de nabije toekomst gaat iedereen met elkaar communiceren met een snelheid van 1 Gigabit per seconde. Ook kunnen alle dingen verbonden via het Internet of Things dat doen, lantaarnpalen, prullenbakken, camera’s, microfoons, stoplichten.

Hoe willen we met die wereld omgaan? Hoe gaan we die wereld in onze steden vormgeven? Wat doe jij, als ambtenaar of ondernemer? Hoe zit het met privacy? Van wie is de data? Mag iedereen zo maar zijn eigen sensors gaan ophangen? Wat moet dit onze burgers opleveren?

Eindhoven deelt nu alles wat in de afgelopen 5 jaar is geleerd en gecreëerd. Check het programma op: