The Internet of Things will connect existing systems and then augment those by connecting more things, thanks to wireless sensor networks and other technologies. Things on the 'edge' form mesh networks and can make their own automated decisions.
But where and how, in the scale of hype to reality, can the Internet of Things profit suppliers and users today? What are the pragmatic steps needed to enable the Internet of Things and widespread deployment of wireless sensor networks that are feasible and based on an ROI and not the hope someone else will pay for this? Who is buying IoT in the short term? Find the answers at this event in Berlin.
I found it outstanding in term of organisation and quality of the topics
The conference and exhibition was really interesting and we had a lot of interest for our technology.
I thought the Berlin event was thoroughly worthwhile, learnt a great deal and would hope to do more.
It was a great event. I enjoyed the exhibition. Very cool, very cutting edge stuff.
Good balance of technical information to actual examples of companies/products
There was a great mix of papers, which kept the whole event fresh.
Presenters from telecoms, consumer electronics companies, consumer service companies, software companies, system integrators and embedded intelligence providers will present how the internet of things is coming together, with assessment of revenue streams, profitability, unmet needs, standardization and new research.