Smart IoT will host 5 informative theatres, ExCeL London on 12-13 March 2019.

19/02/2019 - 12:11

With just under 4 weeks to go, Smart IoT promises to bring together some of the biggest and brightest names in the world of IoT and digital transformation of our time at the UK's largest technology event at ExCeL London on 12-13 March 2019.

With presentations from over 800 industry leaders across 8 world-class shows, featured speakers will present a snapshot of the most transformative ideas shaping our future in the tech industry.

Highlight speakers include:

  • Boris Adryan, IoT and Data Science – Merck
  • Chi Onwurah, Shadow Minister of Industrial Strategy, Science and Innovation – UK Parliament
  • Gianmarco Steinhauer, IoT Specialist – DHL
  • Kostas Katsaros, 5G Technologist – Catapult Digital
  • Per Edoff, Chief Data Officer – Fortum
  • Paul Russell, Director of Analytics – Experian

Explore the programme for a unique opportunity to help you navigate the best route to your digital transformation. Learn about the latest emerging technologies that will help your business at this single most powerful and unmissable technology portfolio event.

Smart IoT will host 5 informative theatres:

Smart IoT Keynote - Digital Disruption is where you get to hear from IoT thought leaders on where the market is going and what the current business opportunities are. Explore the security of the Internet of Things, with real world case studies and insight at the Security of Things Theatre.

The Data Management and Integration Theatre offers the expertise of speakers from various industries sharing their own experiences. Transformation of Industry Theatreinvestigates how enterprise software is integrated with data flows from IoT. This transformation is not only defined by objects but also by connected people though usability.

The InnOvaTe Launchpad, is the dedicated zone for start-ups - run in partnership with the KTN (Knowledge Transfer Network).

Hear case-studies and real stories from real practitioners from companies including Ebay, Capital One, Sky, HM Land Registry, IKEA, BP, GSK and DHL.