The IoT Forum is delighted to announce that this year’s IoT Week will be hosted in London between Monday 16th and Friday 20th June at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel located in the heart of the city.
Building on the successes of Helsinki, Venice and Barcelona, this year’s event continues the journey, bringing focus to the emerging opportunities; connecting the global business and research communities innovating at the boundaries of IoT; promoting international collaboration and addressing societal and market issues.
IoT Week 2014 will be highly participatory with a dedicated Hackathon track, a focus on connected products and, for the first time, IoT Forum Awards to recognize contributions made in collaboration, innovation and excellence.
- Leading research and emerging technologies – perspectives and insights from key industry including ARM, GE Global Research, Grundfos Connect, Orange and RFID in Europe.
- New IoT products and solutions
- The European Commission on the IoT Research and Innovation landscape as we move into Horizon 2020, outputs from the IERC including IoT6, BUTLER and perspectives from the Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia in a prestigious R&I track.
- Societal – sessions include involving users from CREATE-NET and a deep dive into The future of IoT under the new Data Protection framework with JRC, IERC and EC.
- International cooperation - an international collaboration perspective with dedicated Korean, Chinese and Brazilian sessions.
- Hack attack! IoTPeople/Grundfos/Multi-tech/BUTLER. Test your semantic interoperability!
- IoT Awards.
Additionally, there will again be a number of allied workshops. IoT Week is the event that draws together the widest IoT community addressing the full spectrum of developments, challenges and opportunities.
The programme for IoT Week 2014 can be found by CLICKING HERE.
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The Internet of Things International Forum aims at the development of a worldwide interoperable Internet of Things, addressing business and societal challenges to create the conditions for a truly worldwide Internet of Things ecosystem and market. It does this through promoting international dialogue and cooperation on the Internet of Things for research, development, applications and exploitation.