M2M Connecting the next 50 billion event in Glasgow

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A free-to-attend event, described as an industry-led meeting of minds on M2M (machine-to-machine) communication is to be held at Freescale in Glasgow, Scotland Thursday November 24.

The next 50 billion connections Improving health & safety, increasing security & energy efficiency. The programme includes presentations from industry speakers, panel sessions and tabletop demonstrations showcasing advancements in M2M solutions in Service provision, Sensor, Wireless and Software technology.

Delegates can connect with M2M leaders in technology, service providision and using M2M services today. Among the topics under discussion will be sensors for medical and security, digital signage, cloud and network service providers, and whitespace communications.

Speakers confirmed so far include representatives of Arkessa, British Waterways Scotland, Google, IMS Research, MPC Data, Neul, Oracle, Smart Sensors Ltd, and Speck Net.

The event at Freescale in Glasgow (G75 OTG) will run from 10.00am – 3.15pm, and a Buffet Lunch is provided.
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