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IoT Tech Expo Europe 2017: Highlights from the two day event in Berlin

  • Posted by admin on June 5, 2017

Firstly, we’d like to thank all those who attended the IoT Tech Expo Europe 2017 which returned to Berlin at a new venue with an extended agenda, larger expo, brand new topics and two co-located events covering Blockchain and AI. The event attracted an audience of over 4,000 attendees with delegates from across Europe and beyond. We hope you found the event beneficial and made some new connections.

We would also like to say a huge thank you to our sponsors, speakers and exhibitors for their involvement in the event and for making it a fascinating and diverse two days.

The two-day event hosted 2 co located events, 10 conference tracks, an exhibition, start-up incubator, IoT meetup and an evening of networking. On the first day speakers including Sigfox, T-Systems, Nestlé, Volvo CE, Daimler, Santander and Johnson Controls took to the stage to explore Industry 4.0, process automation & predictive maintenance, blockchain, the future of IoT development, creating a seamless smart building ecosystem, IoT 2022 and more.

Day 2 welcomed the new conference tracks ‘Smart Transportation & Cities’ and ‘IoT in Enterprise’ with speakers from Microsoft, Deutsche Bahn, Coca-Cola, Hamburg Sud, John Deere, BMW, Turkish Airlines, City of Tampere, Nice, Graz, European Space Agency, GSK, Allianz and more sharing their knowledge and experiences across a range of industries and verticals.

Here are a few pictures of the show and you can share yours with us using the hashtag #IoTTechExpo

We have upcoming IoT Tech Expo’s in Silicon Valley and you can view further details for each here:

IoT Tech Expo North America – 29-30th November, Santa Clara, Silicon Valley

IoT Tech Expo Global – 18-19th April, Olympia London

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