2018 – Demonstrating Business Opportunities and Outcomes
IoT India Congress 2018 provided stakeholders with cutting edge knowledge on the different segments of IoT. The tracks covered an array of industries including Healthcare, Manufacturing, Digital Communications, Standards, Legal and Regulatory, Media and Edutainment and Smart Cities. We also brought an integrated horizontal focus on AI, Blockchain and Cybersecurity across all segments. It also focussed on two pertinent issues – skills and last mile rural focus as a common thread unifying the track themes. The Congress witnessed participation from over 2,000 attendees, 113 speakers, 16 sponsors, 50 exhibitors and 20 supporting associations among others.
2017 – Unravelling Business Opportunities and Demonstrating Business Outcomes
Unravelling Business Opportunities and Demonstrating Business Outcomes IoT India Congress 2017 was truly the Platforms of Platforms for empowering business outcomes using the Internet of Things. The sessions brought together the entire ecosystem to readily impact business/revenues. This included not only the technology ecosystem beginning from Chip manufacturers, gateway providers, telecom operators, system integrators, IoT platform and solution providers but also those segments that hadn’t explored the potential of IoT. The Congress witnessed participation from over 720 attendees, 84 speakers, 15 sponsors, 30 exhibitors and over 95 startups.
2016- Unifying the Indian Internet of Things ecosystem for a connected future
IoT India Congress 2016 was devoted to unifying the fragmented IoT ecosystem and building the Platform of Platforms for the Internet of Things in India by facilitating discussions that would help in making the inevitable connected world more efﬁcient, smart, innovative and safe. It brought together IoT practitioners (hardware – devices, portables, sensors, software, business) and IoT enablers (regulatory, training, investors in IoT, end users) to work together and create a platform that is industry efﬁcient as well as robust. With a focus on technology, security and regulatory concerns and the need for nurturing capabilities and talent for quicker adoption of IoT in all spheres, it was one of the largest events of its kind in India that brought together stakeholders from various facets of the IoT ecosystem. The aim was to help organizations uncover new business opportunities, outcomes and revenue streams, help move research forward to create newer technologies, discuss governance and policies and thus to create a roadmap for the evolving movement of IoT in India.