Innovate at Central Europe’s 5th annual Forum on the Internet of Things
Amazon, Uber and Tesla, but also more and more regional companies like Hagleitner VIKING, Red Bull Media House and thyssenkrupp are investing massively in innovation. They know the next wave of innovation is going to hit quick and powerful. Now is the perfect time to make the leap from evaluation to implementation.
The 5th M2M/ IoT Forum CE in the City Hall of Vienna is Central Europe’s leading IoT conference, featuring 50 international keynote speakers, input and views from eminent IoT experts and examples of successful implementation from the region. The focus is on how to implement IoT, Blockchain, AI and Industry 4.0 in your own Company.
450+ Delegates will experience practice from companies like Red Bull Media House, Festo, thyssenkrupp, EnBW, AtlanticGrupa, Hagleitner, Tele Hase, Delphi Automotive, TTTech Microtronics and more. Focus topics are Industry 4.0, Connected Mobility, Health, Smart Home, Smart Farming, Smart City and Utility.
The participants from many European countries will gain the latest insights from the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, the BMI-Lab at the University of St. Gallen, the Offenburg University of Applied Sciences and Salzburg Research.
Stat-ups like Smart Green, Bee and Me, STICKLETT, PAYUKA or DIGIWELL will present their innovative business models for new sustainable solutions for the environment and health.
The fifty international Speakers include Scott Amyx, futurist, voted as a Top 10 Global Speaker; Nils Müller, CEO, TRENDONE; Karl-Heinz Land, digital Darwinist and evangelist; Ulrike Huemer, CIO, City of Vienna; Jeremy Cowan, editorial director, IoT Now; Ingrid Wistrand, managing Director, Tele2 IoT; Prof. Dr. Axel Sikora, Offenburg University & M2M Alliance; Andreas Gall, CTO, Red Bull Media House; Thorsten Schröer, director & Industry Leader, IBM Watson Internet of Things; Jan Trionow, CEO, Hutchison Drei Austria GmbH; Volker Hager, head of IoT, Industry 4.0, thyssenkrupp Elevator Europe Africa;
The Forum features the main stage at the big ballroom of the city hall of Vienna, three parallel practice tracks and the workshop track. The workshop track will host the IoT Stratup Roast and sessions on Co-creation and Business Model Innovation. The IoT evening reception will kick off with the band CARLOS and the party will continue with Djane Gaby playing groovy but energetic beats.
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