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IoT Events Feature Healthcare, Smart City, Autonomous Vehicles and IIoT

By Ken Briodagh March 26, 2018

The IoT is expanding in hundreds of new vertical directions, and upcoming events are focusing on some of the hottest: Smart City IIoT, Autonomous Vehicles and Healthcare.

The Smart City Event is set for June 4-5 in Atlanta at the Cobb Galleria and will explore the nearly limitless potential of Smart Cities and how connected solutions will drive city wide improvements, better quality of life for residents and business opportunity for enterprises. The Industrial IoT Event, also taking place at Atlanta’s Cobb Galleria, but on June 6-7, will focus on how the IIoT is disrupting old business models and creating opportunity, transformation and exciting new avenues for growth in companies of all kinds. Sensors Expo & Conference will take place June 26 to 28 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California, featuring two co-located events: the Medical Sensors Design Conference and the Autonomous Vehicle Sensors Conference.

Attendees at IoT Evolution's Smart City event will hear how companies can leverage new IoT capabilities to create new business models and drive revenue. Areas of Focus Include:

  • Smart Utilities
  • 5G and heterogenous networks to Enable Smart Applications
  • Big Data and Smart City Development
  • Municipal Wi-Fi
  • Effective IoT insurance business models
  • Enhanced supply chain management processes
  • Water Supply Management

The IIoT Event seeks to help IoT professionals to get insight into the new opportunities to increase the productivity and efficiency of manufacturing and production processes. Key points will be:

  • Meet with peers, inside and outside your industry- reduce the IIoT learning curve
  • Learn from IIoT test beds and use cases
  • Hear about factory floor solutions that improve production management & control
  • Get technical solutions to mitigate cybersecurity risks
  • Insight on how AI is applied to achieve "just in time everything"
  • Get questions answered, resolve your issues and accelerate adoption of IIoT solutions in your company

The Sensors Expo & Conference will be loaded with:

  • Technical insights and case studies from industry leading speakers
  • Pre-Conference Symposia on MEMS Technologies, Energy Harvesting & Energy-Efficient Power Solutions, Smart Living through IoT Innovation, and Commercialization Opportunities
  • Embedded Hands-On Workshops from Microchip and Microsemi
  • Training Class: AI Development Platforms with Xilinx Adaptable Intelligence
  • Autotech Council & IoT Forum Meetings

To find out more, visit:

The Smart City Event

The IIoT Event

Sensors Expo & Conference

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

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