ROBIOTIC @ IoT Tech Expo 2019 at Silicon Valley
The world's leading IoT event series "Iot Tech Expo" returns to the Santa Clara Convention Center/USA in the heart of Silicon Valley for the fourth time from November 13 to 14, 2019. Each year, the event brings together key industries from around the world with forward-looking content and discussions on IoT, 5G, Cyber Security, Cloud, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. Some 12,000 attendees at IoT Tech Expo will gather information on the latest technologies from over 350 exhibitors and 500 speakers, and share industry knowledge and practical experience - including CTOs, innovation and technology leaders, IT directors, developers, start-ups, OEMs, governments, automotive manufacturers, operators, technology providers, investors, venture capitalists and many more.
As last year, ROBIOTIC USA is also part of this top-class event: At booth 401 our colleagues explain how ROBIOTIC can support the development and implementation of an innovative and sustainable IoT environment. On the first day ROBIOTIC Managing Partner Florian Schwingenschlögl was part of the highly acclaimed expert panel on "Connectivity considerations for IoT solutions".
The panel fits perfectly into the current issue, which is hotly discussed at the IoT Tech Expo: What impact do the latest IoT innovations have on established industries such as manufacturing, transport, logistics, automotive, construction, government, energy, utilities, insurance, healthcare and retail? The disruptive changes in many areas will affect everyone, including ourselves. In many conversations with partners and customers, however, we realize that we don't have to be afraid of these changes, on the contrary. We look at the IoT trends that will shape not only the industrial sector, but often the whole of everyday life: IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things), networked fleet, intelligent logistics, building automation, intelligent networks, energy, cities, future of manufacturing, connectivity solutions, transport management, networked vehicles, plant monitoring and device management.
veröffentlicht am : 2019-11-14 16:15