Internet of Things 2017

Internet of Things in...

 

  Manufacturing

The application of the Internet of Things to the manufacturing sector signifies huge operational improvements.

Asset performance, predictive maintenance, improved safety, increased productivity, the use of augmented operators and the smart enterprise are what manufacturers want to achieve with IoT.

Learn how companies are prioritizing their needs, gaining an understanding of what differentiates their business from others in order to build their vision and execution plan. Hear how they are bridging legacy systems, integrating with suppliers and the roadblocks and solutions in their implementations.

Themes

  • Asset Performance
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Improved Safety
  • Augmented Operators
  • Smart Enterprise
  • Interoperability-How To Integrate Suppliers
  • Data Ownership
  • Standards
  • Roadblocks & Solutions to Implementation

  Energy & Utilities

  Connected Transport

In increasing numbers, people are using public transportation and organizations are looking to improve and expand their transportation and logistics services. Whether in ground, rail, air or sea, IoT solutions are being developed and utilized to address traffic congestion, safety, pollution, and efficient transport of goods.

Learn how remote fleet management can increase the bottom line, improvements in public transit and autonomous vehicles can prevent accidents and reduce insurance costs, and how data collected from all means of transportation vehicles can assist in reducing transportation costs and increase on time deliveries.

  Healthcare

From overall cost, to the experience in the hospital and patient outcomes, technology is changing and improving healthcare. Costs can be reduced by the use of remote patient monitoring and reducing the number of hospital visits. Sensor technology offers tracking of medical devices and improves overall efficiency. Predictive maintenance decreases downtime of medical equipment offering consistent and accurate use.

Learn from companies and facilities and how they are overcoming internal politics and regulation issues to provide connected healthcare, wearables, security in mobile healthcare, and improving patient care through the efficient use and distribution of data.

Themes

  • Predictive Maintenance of Hospital Equipment
  • Tracking Healthcare Devices
  • Interoperability of Health Devices
  • Remote Monitoring
  • Security of Medical Records/Mobile Healthcare
  • Wearables
  • How the Use of Data Improves Patient Care
  • The Future of Healthcare

  Buildings & Infrastructure

The adoption of Industrial IoT is creating opportunities as well as the need for change in organizations including new business models, workforce transformation and finding new forms of finance and funding. The collection and utilization and new and existing data is providing opportunities for higher service levels and new revenue streams.

Organizations are adapting and changing to act upon these opportunities by re-structuring, changing product offerings, revising sales and service models as well as go to market strategies and reaping the ROI. Hear how IoT is changing organizations and how they do business today and in the future.

Themes

  • Changing Business Models
  • Developing New Revenue Streams
  • Workforce Transformation
  • IT/OT Convergence
  • Finance & Funding
  • Sales Methodologies
  • New Service Models
  • How To Invest and Deploy IoT

  Open Industry

New technologies, applications and solutions as well as new uses of those existing are propelling the Industrial Internet. Testbed collaborations continue to be developed that are changing industry and resulting in greater potential innovation and productivity. Substantial implications will be seen across many vertical industries including manufacturing, transportation, healthcare and energy, utilities and more.

Hear how the utilization of technologies that support interoperability, real-time streaming analytics, API management, standards and methodologies, security, and intelligent platforms are turning huge amounts of data into powerful new insights and intelligence.

Themes

  • Interoperability
  • Achieving New Results With Existing Data
  • Standards & Methodologies Collaboration of Testbeds
  • Systems & Architectures
  • Edge Computing
  • Vertical Industry Innovations
  • Intelligent Platforms

 

QC  Quantum Computing

There is no doubt that the IoT has a large impact on business. Furthermore, the advent of Quantum Computing, will enable the emergence of new technologies and new applications will arise never imagined before. A growing number of IT companies are working on developing new computing models equipped with innovative interaction methodologies that guarantee secure communications between humans, sensors and data analysis platforms.

Attend the IoT Solutions World Congress and discover the potential of Quantum Computing in the internet era. Industries like transportation, healthcare, logistics or energy will evolve dramatically with the implementation of this new technology. By using quantum computing instead of classical computers, companies will also improve their benefits.

 

Themes

  • Network architecture
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Quantum Communications
  • Quantum Internet
  • Computation
  • Quantum Bit

 

The application of the Internet of Things to the manufacturing sector signifies huge operational improvements.

Asset performance, predictive maintenance, improved safety, increased productivity, the use of augmented operators and the smart enterprise are what manufacturers want to achieve with IoT.s.

- See more at: http://www.iotsworldcongress.com/congress/call-for-papers/internet-of-things-in-manufacturing/#sthash.5HbcCSIZ.dpuf

The application of the Internet of Things to the manufacturing sector signifies huge operational improvements.

Asset performance, predictive maintenance, improved safety, increased productivity, the use of augmented operators and the smart enterprise are what manufacturers want to achieve with IoT.

Learn how companies are prioritizing their needs, gaining an understanding of what d

- See more at: http://www.iotsworldcongress.com/congress/call-for-papers/internet-of-things-in-manufacturing/#sthash.5HbcCSIZ.dpuf
Register for this event
open until 22 Sep 2017.
Organisers
Schedule
Registration 3 May – 22 Sep
Meeting Selection 28 Aug – 22 Sep
Event 3 Oct – 4 Oct
Details
Language English
Costs Free of charge (IOTWC pass required)
Venue Av. Joan Carles I, 58
L'hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain
Bilateral Meetings
Participants 298
Meetings 805
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Albania 6
Austria 2
Belgium 1
Canada 1
Chile 2
China 3
Colombia 1
Croatia 1
Czech Republic 5
Finland 3
France 19
Germany 12
Greece 1
Hungary 3
India 2
Israel 1
Italy 6
Lithuania 2
Malta 1
Netherlands 5
Nigeria 1
Poland 1
Portugal 3
Romania 2
Russia 1
Serbia 1
Spain 178
Sweden 7
Switzerland 1
Turkey 6
United Kingdom 11
United States 9
Total 298
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