Internet of Things World

Start Date: 
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
End Date: 
Wednesday, June 18, 2014


Meet the Innovators and Disruptors Shaping the Next Generation of the Internet

Internet of Things World is the only independent business event dedicated to IoT anywhere in the world. The event is unique in a number of ways, including in its pure focus on IoT, its location here in the heart of Silicon Valley, the global nature of its participation, the breadth of ecosystem that it will bring together, the depth of quality conference agenda, the developer features including the IoT Hackathon, and the structured networking opportunities that it will provide. 

With a strong focus on business issues and monetization, the program addresses the key opportunities, challenges and markets within IoT. You will learn from over 80 of the leading innovators and disruptors working to create the internet of things in our interactive conference sessions, and connect with potential partners from around the world in over 20 hours of networking time, ranging from structured speed networking to informal networking evenings. 

The Internet of Things World event will host FOUR Keynote Sessions addressing the key fundamental opportunities and challenges for Internet of Things - Monetization, Investment, Partnership, Security & Standardization alongside a panel Discussion-Driven Format so that you can learn from and interact with the maximum diversity of IoT leaders 

EIGHT IoT Market Labs will be investigating the foremost IoT verticals - Health & Fitness, Smart Home, Connected Cars, i-Beacons, Smart Cities, Precision Agriculture, Logistics, and Industrial Internet, whilst you can also attend Analyst Roundtable Networking Breakfasts to meet with like-minded peers and learn from the leading IoT analysts in this popular informal networking opportunity. 

With global participation at the heart of Silicon Valley innovation in Palo Alto, Internet of Things World Event is a must-attend. Packages start from $999 with options available for start up companies.