IoT Asia 2017 Preview
Asia’s leading and award winning Internet of Things event returns in March 2017
As the first dedicated platform in Asia to address the enormous potential of the IoT revolution, the first edition of IoT Asia in 2014 was ahead of its competition. It was seen as a transformational platform for addressing challenges and identifying real opportunities within the IoT landscape.
IoT Asia 2016 surpassed expectations and broke records. The event was a resounding success with 3,795 attendees, a significant increase of 75 percent from 2015. This is a testimony of the strong support the event has received from the industry. IoT Asia has won the prestigious UFI Marketing Award in 2016. Conferred by UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry, the Award recognises excellence in the branding of new trade shows. The UFI Marketing Award adds on to a growing list of industry accolades that IoT Asia has received since its debut in 2014. The event has won People's Choice Silver Award for Event of the Year in Postscapes 2015/2016 IoT Awards and Trade Conference Organiser of the Year for IoT Asia 2014 at Singapore Experience Awards 2015.
IoT Asia 2017 continues to provide insights for 4,500 attendees across the entire IoT value chain, addressing the interests of technology solution providers and enablers as well as end-user and potential IoT technology adopters across multiple industries. The show will take place on 29 and 30 March 2017 at the Singapore Expo.
As a key player in Asia’s IoT community, IoT Asia 2017 will focus on:
IoT Data Analytics
What to expect at IoT Asia 2017?
5,000 square metres exhibition
110 sponsors and exhibitors
Brand new conference programme featuring three new tracks, engaging panel discussions and country-focus sessions
Two new thematic zones will be introduced at IoT Asia 2017 – Cybersecurity and Robotics. This is where technology companies leading innovation in Cybersecurity and robotics will be showcased.
Visitors to IoT Asia 2017 can look forward to meeting exhibitors from two key feature zones – Institution Zone and Start-Up Exchange. Launched at IoT Asia 2016, the Institution Zone is back by popular demand. Visitors get to engage with professionals or students in Academia who will showcase their IoT-related solutions and projects. The Start-Up Exchange is a dedicated area for aspiring start-ups to showcase new lab-to-market IoT solutions and technologies. The Start- Up Exchange will feature start-ups from all over Asia disrupting the IoT market.
Underlining the 2017 theme Making Sense in Our Connected World, the conference will focus on IoT’s value generation potential and opportunities from the perspective of:
View highlights of new and innovative IoT and related technologies, systems, enablers.
Hear illustrative case studies and contextual use cases of how IoT is showing returns and results in various industry segments and aspects of life.
Learn how organisations are approaching change and business disruptions as IoT takes hold, how IoT changes the face of competition and partnerships, and implications for eco-system building and development.
With the event anchored in Singapore, IoT Asia continues to chart the future for IoT in Asia by accurately anticipating the needs and concerns of the rapidly evolving industry.
Asia Outlook readers enjoy extra 10% All-Access and Single Track conference rates (except Academic). Use code IOT17MED10. For more information, visit www.internetofthingsasia.com.