Telit IoT Innovation Returns to IoT Evolution Expo on February 7th in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

The full day event is dedicated to transforming IoT concepts into measureable business outcomes.

Telit IoT Innovation will return to the Greater Ft. Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center in Fort Lauderdale on February 7, 2017. Telit IoT Innovation is a full day, multi-track conference that provides insight into accelerating time to market and igniting profound business transformation centered on IoT Solutions. This is the fifth annual Telit conference collocated with IoT Evolution Expo held February 7-10, 2017. 

“We are excited about hosting Telit IoT Innovation with IoT Evolution Expo again, continuing to build on our successful collaboration with TMC and Crossfire Media,” said Fred Yentz, CEO of Telit IoT Platforms. “Telit IoT Innovation is designed for anyone looking to capitalize on opportunities in the Internet of Things – providing focused sessions and information exchange with engineers and business executives from Telit and our valued ecosystem partners that are joining us at the event.”

New this year, Telit will host the Best Practices Showcase featuring real life success stories from SAP, Tech Mahindra, Yokogawa and other leading brands. Attendees will learn about the practices these leading companies employ that offer value, operation efficiency and profitability. This showcase will be open to all Telit IoT Innovation attendees and all IoT Evolution Expo attendees.

Telit IoT Innovation includes insightful keynotes and several breakout sessions organized under two tracks: Smart Solutions and Tools, Technologies and Resources.  The Smart Solutions track will allow attendees to learn from others who have leveraged Telit’s IoT ecosystem to create value for their organization and their customers, while the Tools, Technologies and Resources track will provide the necessary tools to help shorten development cycles and launch new applications.

Register here.

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