There’s quite a lineup of IoT events taking place across the globe this month.
Launch in San Francisco will draw 1,500 founders, developers, investors and senior execs in mobile, wearables and IoT and host 40 talks, while Everything IoT Summit 2016 in Sydney, Australia, will gather 500 representatives from the IoT industry, government, academia and other stakeholders. October also sees the 14th annual The Texas Wireless Summit, an event focused on emerging technology, including IoT, and business models for industry leaders and academics.
At IoT Security Summit in Boston, Massachusetts, the topic under scrutiny will be the challenges that arise from managing the data associated with more and more connected devices and appliances. In addition to security, other areas impacted by IoT like health, retail, manufacturing, transport, logistics, government, energy, and automotive are also explored at the various events.
The Internet of Retail US in New York will explore maximizing the business opportunities enabled by the IoT for retailers. From beacons to RFID and smart shelving to the connected home, the conference will explore how the technology is transforming the shopping experience, improving operational efficiency, and creating new revenue streams for retailers.
HealthyIoT in Västerås, Sweden, is a forum for technology experts, researchers, industry and international authorities involved in the assessment, development and deployment of healthcare solutions based on IoT technologies, standards and procedures.
The Internet of Things World Forum, taking place in Berlin, Germany, is an invitation-only forum for high-level decision makers from global companies like Boeing, Ericsson, GM, Bell, Toshiba, AT&T and others.
IoT Japan in Tokyo showcases M2M systems, wireless communication technology, sensor network technology, measurement technology, big data utilization, and much more while drawing attendees from diverse centres like Thailand, Singapore, Tunisia, Pakistan, Oman, the UK, and Israel.
Rounding off the list is the IOT Tech Expo North America in Santa Clara, USA. This will focus on the latest innovations within IoT and its impact on key industries like manufacturing, transport, health, logistics, government, energy and automotive.