The Entries are in! Here are the shortlisted nominees for the IoT Global Awards 2018

Thursday February 22nd, 2018: Finally, the news that many of you have been anxiously awaiting! The shortlist of Nominees for the IoT Global Awards 2018 have been announced and these are being assessed by our global VIP panel of independent judges.

From these shortlisted candidates, the winners of the 12 categories will be announced at the Smart IoT London event at ExCeL on March 21st by award organisers, IoT Global Network.

The winners of the 2018 IoT Global Awards will be broadcast by leading IoT media brands; IoT Global Network, this site IoT Now, IoT Now Transport and VanillaPlus through their online portals and in the print magazine IoT Now.

“In the inaugural year of the IoT Global Awards it is inspiring to see so many exciting Internet of Things products already in service,” says Jeremy Cowan, Editorial Director of IoT Global Network, the site behind the Awards. “We have been truly impressed by the hard work and ingenuity that has gone into so many IoT applications submitted to us by organisations worldwide. The Shortlisted Entries met our strict selection criteria and will now be assessed by an unrivalled Judging Panel of IoT Experts.”

They are:

IoT PRODUCT / SERVICE OF THE YEAR

AUTOMOTIVE, TRANSPORT & TRAVEL
Products:
Globalstar,
Innoviz Technologies Ltc.,
Altizon Systems,
Designworks Windsor Limited,
Bsquare

Services:
Yacht Sentinel Ltd,
Biz4Intellia, Geotab

INDUSTRY & CONSTRUCTION
Products:
Globalstar,
SenseGrow,
TELLMEPLUS,
Versasense,
hyBee Inc.,
Temboo,
EUROTECH,
FreeWave Technologies,
Senseye,
Wind River,
LEC IQ2,
McObject,
Conatus

Services:
Biz4Intellia,
IOETEC Ltd,
Sensolus,
EY,
SYSMON

RETAIL, MARKETING & HOSPITALITY
Products:
Lantronix,
SAP,
iQ2 LEC,
Amscreen,
Designworks Windsor,
Conatus

Services:
SMARTRAC Technology GmbH

BIG DATA, CLOUD & ANALYTICS
Products:
Altair,
EUROTECH,
Enlighted,
Senseye,
SAP SE,
FreeWave Technologies,
McObject,
Seadrill,
Designworks Windsor Limited

Services:
Cybeats, EY

PLATFORM OF THE YEAR
Products:
Stream Technologies Ltd, Flexera,
PTC,
EUROTECH,
Wind River,
CyanConnode,
LEC Incorporated,
Moxa Europe GmbH

Services:
Aeris,
Creuna

SECURING IOT
Products:
SmartAxiom,
EUROTECH,
Lantronix,
Device Authority,
iQ2 LEC,
Flexera,
Moxa Europe

Services:
Cybeats,
Red Alert Labs,
IOETEC

CONNECTED CONSUMER & SMART HOME
Products:
Yacht Sentinel,
MQTT Buddy,
tado,
Switchee,
hyBee Inc,
Comcast Xfi,
NuCurrent,
Eddy Home,
Designworks Windsor

Services:
Softeq

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT OR NEW LAUNCH
Products:
XIM,
RapidValue Solutions,
Mobile TeleSystems PJSC,
Designworks Windsor Limited,
NetOP IoT Network EU B.V.

Services:
DevicePilot,
Ioetec limited

SMART CITIES, GOVERNMENT & UTILITIES
Products:
Altair,
Ayyeka,
CyanConnode,
KERLINK,
Eddy Home,
Amscreen

Services:
Ioetec limited,
Terracom,
Gemalto

CONNECTED HEALTH OR WEARABLE TECH
Products:
Temboo,
NuCurrrent,
Designworks Windsor

IoT BUSINESS EXCELLENCE

CXO OF THE YEAR
Yair Poleg,
Jim Heppelmann,
Syed Zaeem Hosain,
Pilgrim Beart,
Catherine Michel,
Ady Moores

START-UP, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OR ECOSYSTEM OF THE YEAR
VersaSense,
Temboo,
Satisfi Labs,
SAP IoT Startup Accelerator

 

Thank you to all those who entered their IoT products, services and individuals in the awards. Congratulations to the shortlisted nominees, and good luck on March 21st when the Awards are announced.

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