The third edition of the Internet of Things (IoT) Asia is returning once again in Singapore on March 30 to 31.
Held at Singapore EXPO and organised by the Singapore Industrial Automation Association (SIAA) and SingEx Exhibitions (SingEx), the event will cover a conference and exhibitions that will create opportunities for collaboration between the public and private sectors to boost IoT.
This year’s theme of bridging the gap between vision and reality will allow organisations in Asia to create innovative initiatives for communities across the region. The event will give attendees a platform to exchange ways to boost the IoT industry and challenges faced by its implementation.
The conference will feature over 80 international speakers and industry experts from 17 different countries. The Keynote and panel discussions presented will have five different focuses – Smart Cities, IoT Data Analytics, Design Applications, Wearables and Industrial IoT (IIoT).
Smart Cities will cover urban smart city projects from all over the world, as well as their significance and impacts.
The IoT Data Analytics will feature how organisations from different industries are using data analytics to derive value into actionable insights.
Design Applications will focus on the application of design perspectives in IoT, from product and process design to user and server experience design.
Wearables include issues like usability-integrated services and value for individuals and businesses, along with growing applications.
IIoT will discuss project studies, initiatives and insights from test-beds, and new models for IoT deployments industrial space.
These different tracks are translated into thematic zones at the exhibition as well. The exhibition, housed over an area of more than 3,500sqm, consists of six different zones. The zones will showcase key technologies based on their different areas of specialisation. The last zone, Enablers, will feature the most advanced solution providers and component makers that create innovative solutions to unlock business benefits with the IoT ecosystem.
Don’t forget that the IoT Asia 2016 Online Pre-registration Form will close on 23 March 2016! (After that interested visitors can still register on-site during the show).