By @. We’re delighted to let you know about the latest exciting news showcasing the innovative Irish IoT Tech scene. Irish Tech News, in partnership with the dynamic and cutting edge DCU Alpha Campus will be hosting a one day IoT event on May 30th to highlight IoT innovation taking place in Ireland. We will also be announcing the winners of The Irish Tech News IoT Awards 2017 as well (see more, and to apply here).
This event will bring together the leading innovators and thought leaders in IoT to share insights and the latest exciting developments in this space. We are currently curating a series of panels to ensure we have all the right people in the room, and that the important topics and issues are covered. Below is our working list of topics, if you have someone in mind that might bring additional insights to these topics, or you wish to suggest another aspect we should be looking at then drop us a line at [email protected]
IoT Start up voices, insights from the startup coalface
IoT Acceleration/Incubation, how to scale up and grow your IoT businesses
Indigenous SME IoT success stories, insights from those who are nailing it
IoT and home automation, what is coming in the next 3 to 5 years
Why should I care if my coffee pot can talk to my toaster? The importance of good IoT story telling
IoT and what it can do for rural areas, showcasing some of the best Irish examples to date
Corporate/MNC IoT innovation, exciting examples and success stories
Academic IoT research and Municipal IoT test beds (e.g. Smart Croke Park, Smart Dublin projects), cutting edge insights from lessons already learned
IoT and the future of work, what will it mean for you?
IoT 2027, what the future will look like
If you think there’s something else we should be covering, drop us a line.
If you are interested in contributing to the discussion on the day, drop us a line.
If you’d like to be one of the event sponsors, drop us a line.
And if you have any other feedback, we know you know what to do. Thanks and look forward to seeing you there.
— Simon Cocking (@SimonCocking) March 3, 2017