IoT Tech Expo Global to explore the power of IoT across industries

IoT Tech Expo Global to explore the power of IoT across industries

IoT Tech Expo Global

Representatives from BT Group, DHL, Lego, Lloyds Banking Group, TUI and Vodafone will present on topics including digital twins, data and analytics, machine learning and AI

Alice Chambers |

IoT Tech Expo Global will explore the power of the latest internet of things (IoT) innovations across all industries when it takes place on 30 November to 1 December 2023 in London, UK.

Following the Amsterdam edition of the event in September, IoT Tech Expo Global has lined up 150 speakers from a variety of industry backgrounds to discuss a range of topics such as the use of digital twins, contextualised IoT data and analytics, machine learning, payments technology, and artificial intelligence opportunities in 5G.

For example, Jesper Toubøl, vice president of operations at Lego, will discuss how retailers are improving productivity and sustainability on the shop floor; Barbara Guneter, transformation director at DHL, will explore industrial digitalisation in a panel session with Bjorn Pieper, senior consultant of data visualisation at Datapost Pty; and Cornelia Schaurecker, global group director of big data and AI at Vodafone, will deliver a keynote presentation on ‘reaching long ranges with satellite IoT’.

Representatives from Skanska, TUI, Lloyds Banking Group, BT Group, Hitachi Energy, RBS International and Ernst & Young will also provide their insights.

The free event will also feature 200 exhibitors showcasing the latest IoT technologies and solutions, including Microsoft partners iGenius, a generative AI platform provider, and Ontinue, a security operations technology provider.

In addition, IoT Tech Expo Global will host a networking party on 30 November for attendees to connect with industry peers.

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