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Internet of Things Expo (IoTExpo)
March 11, 2016
The Internet of Things (IoT) has been dubbed as the next big industrial revolution. IoT, it is claimed, will fundamentally change the way people interact with different devices. We are already beginning to see the change as the 3.5 trillion products manufactured every year become more and more digital. It is expected that there will be about one trillion of these connected products by 2020.
The impact of IoT on the economy and the internet are forecast to be huge with some experts pegging it at more than $11 trillion by 2025.
For IoT to be successful, all the different pieces should work in tandem — be it the multitude of sensors or the disparate networks from a technology standpoint or the governments, businesses and academia from a stakeholder’s standpoint.
So, where does all this action leave the enterprises segment?
For enterprises and consumers, IoT offers both opportunities and risks. There are completely new business opportunities awaiting to be tapped, much beyond the near-term benefits of specific designed for-IoT products. With access to hitherto unavailable data, valuable insights can be generated real-time leading to new services, revenue-generating opportunities, and efficiencies.
Breakthroughs in the cost of sensors, processing power and bandwidth to connect devices are enabling ubiquitous connections right now.
IoT is shaping modern business- manufacturing to marketing. A lot has been already changed since the inception of the Internet and many more will get changed with the greater Internet connectivity and reach. The global network connecting people, data and machines are transforming the modern business is also called Industrial Internet. The so called Industrial Internet had potential of $10 to $15 trillion to global GDP in next two decades.
However, surveillance concerns, hacking of internet-connected devices and privacy fears are already grabbing eyeballs. While technical challenges remain unsolved, new legal, development, and policy challenges are coming up. Harvesting data from sensors could be challenges as the sensors may be inactive or could need recalibration.
Today IoT, as it emerges to take a final shape, comes across as a maze, which is difficult for enterprise technology leaders to navigate.
To clear the haze around IoT, and enable enterprise technology decision makers in maximizing returns from it, BW Businessworld is introducing BW IoT Expo, a first of its kind exhibition and a thought leadership forum deliberating upon the adoption of IoT with applications across various enterprise and consumer segments.
The conference will witness 600+ leaders from across multiple sectors of enterprise and consumer segments.
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1000+ dignitaries from aforesaid sectors will be present in the expo where the solution providers across the country will exhibit the solutions in the IoT space across all the major sectors, set to get transformed with IoT.
The day-long event is set to help IT decision makers navigate the IoT maze in the light of predictions around its perils and promises. At the forefront of the event would be a strong focus on practical takeaways that participants can go back and implement in their organizations to realize tangible and significant benefits.
The IoT Expo will ensure that the IT decision makers across enterprise and consumer segments are entrenched right at the forefront of this trend, and in turn, enhance its awareness among the top management of their respective enterprises.
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