The IoT Tech Expo Global is the world’s leading Internet of Things event. Known for introducing and exploring the latest innovations across the entire IoT ecosystem, it is returning this month for the fifth year running at the Olympia in London.
Two days of top-level content are expected, including the exploration of the latest innovations on the IoT and the impacts that they are having across different industries such as logistics, supply chain, and automotive.
“Ultimate Pass” holders will be able to attend 21 different conference tracks over five different collaborated events that cover AI, big data, cybersecurity, blockchain and, brand new for this year, the 5G expo.
Holders of the “Gold Pass” will be able to explore the “Connected Industry” conference track which includes interactive panel discussions, solution-based case studies, and talks from industry leaders, including Unilever’s chief engineer, Dave Penrith, and GSMA’s principal IoT analyst, Sylwia Kechiche.
IoT Tech Expo 2019 show floor. Image Credit: Encore Media Group.
New Additions to the IoT Tech Expo 2020
Another brand-new track, the “Convergent Technologies” track, is dedicated to how the convergency of emerging technology solutions are changing the corporate landscape and will feature topics such as how AI and 5G enable real-time optimisations and how companies can successfully compete in spaces like AI, blockchain, and 5G.
Taking place at the end of day one (March 17), a networking party will take place at Kensington’s best rooftop bar – Pergola Olympia – located on top of the expo’s venue. The networking event is open to all speakers, sponsors, press, exhibitors, pass and “Expo Plus” ticket holders.
You don’t have to be a pass-holder to experience IoT Tech Expo Global, though. There is a free-to-attend exhibition hall open on both days which demonstrates the latest IoT technologies and innovations in live-action.
A variety of over 300 exhibitors across the entire enterprise technology ecosystem will showcase their technology advancements including leading companies such as Microsoft, Sigfox, SAP, Gemalto, BCG Platinion, Darktrace, KDDI, Wittra, NFC Forum and so many more.
The two-day event which takes place on March 17 and 18 is due to host over 9,000 attendees, including IT decision-makers, OEMs, government officials, developers, automotive executives, and more.
Additional IoT Tech Expo Global events will take place on July 1 and 2 in Amsterdam and November 4 and 5 in California.