Sierra Wireless Innovation Summit 2015

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Event date: June 17, 2015
Paris, France

The Sierra Wireless Innovation Summit is first and foremost a platform for exchange between the technical developer community and the Internet of Things (IoT) business and marketing community. This year, open hardware themes will take up a substantial part of the agenda. Be prepared for big announcements by Sierra Wireless and partners!

Throughout the day, partners and customers of Sierra Wireless will give live demos, present real use cases, and make announcements.

In the afternoon, the technical track offers hands-on keyboard sessions which allow developers to build a simple IoT end-to-end application using open hardware, open source software and an M2M cloud service.

The business track will feature real commercial use cases and passionate discussions on future IoT technologies several of our customers will come to present how the usage of our technology has changed their business: PSA, Parkeon, Vattenfall, Sogexi, Axis, Ecowaste, Eelo,..

You can find more information at:

http://summit.sierrawireless.com/

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