Hardware Pioneers to host it’s second IoT Showcase in London

Following the success of the company’s first event two years ago, Hardware Pioneers will host it’s second IoT and Connected Hardware Showcase in London on Thursday October 5th.

The event will bring together some of the latest UK IoT start-ups along with established IoT technology and service providers. Participants will showcase their latest innovations in a collaborative environment, with product demonstrations and industry expert question and answer sessions also taking place.

Texas Instruments, Mouser Electronics, IDT and Wurth Elektronik are among the growing list of confirmed major name exhibitors and participants. Alongside them will be new companies including: Blocks Wearables, Kokoon, Felcana, Extreme Fliers, BuffaloGrid, Beeline, Trackener, Ding, Converge, Mothive, Blaze, Minut, and MysteryVibe.

This showcase provides brands with a rare opportunity to inspire, connect with and educate over 300 attendees, right in the centre of London’s tech district, near Old Street’s ‘silicon roundabout.’

Hardware Pioneers is a thriving community of innovators and a platform where emerging start-ups, technical decision makers and engineers can interface with world leading technology providers. The organisation’s goal is to stimulate and boost the growth of the UK IoT sector by connecting and educating individuals and organisations and inspiring pioneering businesses.

“The goal of this showcase event is to bring together the most promising and exciting current IoT and hardware start-ups in the UK with the major technology providers in the sector who range from component distributors to electronic device and module manufacturers.” said David Bellisario, co-founder & CEO, Hardware Pioneers.

This free showcase will take place on Thursday 5th October 2017, from 17:30 to 22:00, at Cocoon Networks, 4 Cristopher St, London EC2A 2BS. Tickets can be reserved here.

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