Telit brings IoT innovation conference to Australia and New Zealand

Following the global success of the annual Telit DevCon IoT Innovation, Telit ANZ is bringing its IoT leading expertise and knowledge to its Australian and New Zealand customers with the Telit IoT Innovation ANZ.

From May 5th to 13th, industry experts from Telit, a global specialist in Internet of Things (IoT) enablement, will be joined by global companies including Telstra, Intel and Vodafone to discuss the growth and abilities of the Internet of Things and how it can transform business.

Telit invites service leaders, technologists, engineers, application developers and business executives to learn about various platforms, solutions and services that can enable business efficiencies and economies.

Telit ANZ head of Sales, Marcos Kinzkowski said the Telit IoT Innovation conference was a first for Australia and New Zealand.

Marcos Kinzkowski, head of Sales, Telit ANZ

“This is the first time that Telit will have held an event like this in Australia and New Zealand. It’s an exciting time for us because the Australian and New Zealand markets are just starting to understand the capabilities of these kinds of technologies in the global sense,” Mr Kinzkowski said.

“There are a number of real world applications with IoT that provide measurable ROI and this Telit event provides us with a platform to share our knowledge and solutions with big businesses nationally.”

Telstra, Vodafone and Intel will also be sharing their insights into this growing industry and Telit will be offering hands-on workshops throughout the conference with demonstrations and showcases – we want to provide an opportunity for new and existing customers to experience our latest products and services.”

All attendees will receive a free demo kit that will allow customers to develop their own IoT solution.

For more information, or to register, visit:!/welcome

Sydney: May 5, 2016, MGSM Macquarie Park Executive Conference Centre Melbourne: May 10, 2016, ACMI Federation Square, The Cube Auckland: May 12, 2016, Waipuna Hotel and Conference Centre Christchurch: May 13, 2016, The Chateau on the Park

Telit will demonstrate the IoT modules and services on booth E20 throughout the CeBIT Australia 2016 in Sydney ahead of IoT Innovation ANZ.

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