M2M Zone Pavilion and Conference at CeBIT 2011

Start Date: 
Tuesday, March 1, 2011 - 9:00am
End Date: 
Saturday, March 5, 2011 - 5:00pm

Join the M2M Zone Pavilion and Conference at CeBIT, 1 - 5 March 2011 in Hannover, Germany. There is simply no other trade show where M2M companies can meet with high number of key enterprise executives from a variety of vertical industries like automotive & fleet management, telehealth, energy & utilities, public infrastructure, telecommunications, and security and defense.

Stand out from the crowd of over 4,000 exhibitors and be part of this unique designated area. The M2M Zone Pavilion, located within the Telematics Hall, will be outfitted with exclusive signage, special on-floor publications, and promotions in all CeBIT pre-show programs all designated to make the M2M Zone at CeBIT the destination for network operators, applications designers, hardware manufacturers, and end-clients. Click here to visit our Exhibitors Page.

The M2M Zone Conference at CeBIT will be taking place on 3 March. Our experts, both analysts and developers, will be providing the most up-to-date innovations, exchange ideas and answer audience questions. This will be followed by a networking and cocktail session.

Click here for details on the M2M Zone Conference.

Click here for information on exhibitors in the M2M Zone Pavilion.

Click here to view the M2M Zone Exhibitor Floor Plan   32 KB

Click here to view the CeBIT Hall Plan
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Click here if you are interested in Exhibiting in the M2M Zone at CeBIT Pavilion
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