Madrid hosted for the third consecutive year the IoT Forum event, held at the Capitol Cinema. Approximately 300 professionals of the sector gathered in this edition, in which 17 organizations also shared their experiences and presented their products and services. In May, the fourth edition of this meeting will be launched, which, year after year, aims to place Spain at the heart of the European and international IoT market. Matooma, HPE, IoT Projects, Atos, Advantech, Intersystems and Matrix were some of the participants of this edition.
The main scope of the event was to inform the participating audience on the latest IoT development and trends, to bring expertise by renowned speakers coming from different sectors (i.e. government, municipalities, regions, industry, academia) and to trigger the brainstorming and relevant discussions on how to face the challenges of our times and achieve higher quality of life in the cities, economic development, reduction of current functional costs, job creation and sustainability via a so called “Smart Urban Development”.
The 1st ITU Workshop on Data Processing and Management for IoT and Smart Cities & Communities” was co-hosted by the European Commission and Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC). The Workshop took place at the European Commission in Brussels. It encouraged wide participation from those involved in smart cities and data management to provide a suitable forum for collaboration. This one day event was followed by the third UN/ITU-T Focus Group on Data Processing and Management (FG-DPM) with approximately 40 participants.
This was the 2nd meeting on ETSI Industry Specification Group on City Digital Profile. ISG CDP was set up to provide tools to take smart city technologies that have been successful in one city and replicate them in other cities, taking into account differences in city size, population, culture, etc.
The scope of this event was to present the work developed by the Energy Group of CIRA (Algarve Regional Innovation Council) for the energy strategy in the Algarve Region until 2030, as well as the various R&D projects taking place in the region as well as to present the new project on Energy Efficiency in Tourism and Good Developments Energy Practices in the Hotel Sector.
The Connected Smart Cities Conference organised by OASC (Open and Agile Smart Cities) has become a must-do annual event for anyone involved in Smart Cities enabled by IoT.
This year there were sessions on:
The ITAPA conference is the biggest event in Slovakia dedicated to eGovernment on all levels: international, national as well as regional levels. It involves implementation of eGovernment solutions in different areas including such areas as Smart Cities, eEducation, eHealth, open standards, cybersecurity and personal data protection, etc. The main aim is to present new trends and provide participants with opportunities to meetings, discussions and transfer of knowledge and experience.
ECON 2017 is the 43rd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES) focusing on industrial and manufacturing theory and applications of controls, communications, instrumentation, electronics, and computational intelligence. It is the flagship conference of IEEE IES. This event has been technically sponsored by four IEEE societies including Industrial Electronics (IES), Power and Energy (PES), Power Electronics (PELS), and Industry Application (IAS)
Infocom world Conference has been a point of reference for developments on Business IT & Telecom industry, Network Engineers, IT Strategists & Solution Architects, Manufacturers and Suppliers of Technological Equipment and Consumer Electronics.
Digital Health is an across-disciplinary community in Thessaloniki that brings together researchers, developers, clinicians, entrepreneurs, patients, engineers and others interested in Digital Health. This group connects industry with academia in healthcare to share ideas, establish global collaborations and promote all things related to digital health within Thessaloniki.