Making IoT work for us
Thank you to all our sponsors, speakers and delegates - see you in 2017.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept with relevance for many markets – from consumer to automotive, healthcare to smart factories. The biggest challenge for developers is applying the secure internet connectivity and sensing technologies now available to existing applications and turn them into IoT applications. In the automotive market this will create the concept of the connected-vehicle; the healthcare market is seeing the trend for personalised medical devices and in the industrial market it is spawning new factories.
Visit the "IoT in Action" demo area during the event!
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See "IoT in Action" - a great range of practical examples from of how IoT is working in the real world:
Cascoda will demo a Linux-based OpenThread IoT platform.
Sansible Wearables will show LiveSkin the your intelligent companion that lets you monitor the force, track your statistics across high energy cost events, and recognise abnormal patterns.
On display from Rapport Network CIC is the technology that can make a massive improvement in the way that people with early stage dementia can continue to live confidently and securely in their own home by providing assistive living technology.
Blue Maestro will demo their Bluetooth sensor and logger products to contextualise and monitor yourself, your environment, your things and your loved ones.
BeanIoT(TM) is a highly configurable, "wearable", "deployable" IoT "edge-device". See how it works at IoT Design!
to partner with IoT Design 2016..........
.....we are delighted to announce that IoTUK has become a supporting partner of the event. IoTUK is a national programme that seeks to advance the Uk's global leadership in IoT and increase the adoption of high quality IoT technologies and services throughout businesses and the public sector. Powered by Digital Catapult and the Future Cities Catapult, IoTUK plays a central role in enabling IoT entrepreneurship and collaborating with organisations in a wide range of fields. At the event, IoTUK will host a showcase of IoT products designed by SMEs within its community. It will highlight the ingenuity and variety of UK-based IoT developers, and will inspire conference delegates with their own projects. We look forward to this collaboration, to find out more about IoTUK click here.
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Meet key IoT suppliers
An integral part of the event is the IoT Design exhibition offering suppliers of components and electronic technology the opportunity to meet, network and do business with design engineers and technical managers cost effectively, all in one day. To find out more about our exhibition and sponsorship packages to suit all budgets click here
A tech environment in a central location
CodeNode is a purpose built and configured venue with tech events in mind. Opened in August 2015, CodeNode is located in heart of the City of London and is easy to reach for all attendees. Liverpool Street, Moorgate and Barbican stations are close by and the venue also offers good road and bus routes ensuring stress-free travel from anywhere in the UK. A unique benefit of the venue are the promotion opportunities offered to 60,000 strong developer community who are regular attendees to events organised by Skills Matter at the venue.
From the top media brand in electronics
IoT Design, organised by Metropolis Business Media, the publisher of Electronics Weekly. Established for over 50 years, Electronics Weekly is the market leader in all aspects of the electronics market and is read in print and online by over 210,000 key decision makers every month, plus 21,000 Twitter followers. As an extension of Electronics Weekly's market-leading portfolio of products that inform, inspire and connect the electronics industry, IoT Design will attract top-level speakers and delegates from across the highly innovative UK electronics industry.