IoT Forum Africa 2019

When:
26th March 2019 @ 7:00 am – 27th March 2019 @ 6:00 pm
2019-03-26T07:00:00+02:00
2019-03-27T18:00:00+02:00
Where:
Johannesburg South Africa
Cost:
R5950.00
Contact:
IT News Africa
+27 11 026 0982


IoT Form Africa 2019

IoT Forum Africa 2019 – Why Should You attend?

Reasons to attend IoT Forum Africa 2019 to:

  • Learn about the technologies, platform solutions and devices that will power your IoT Solution
  • Identify partners, providers, and prospects in the IoT Industry
  • Get to know how sensors and their IoT data sets deliver unprecedented business intelligence to drive performance, growth, and profitability.
  • Hear from successful companies that have implemented revenue producing IoT solutions
  • Learn how to align your IoT solution with market opportunities

IoT Forum Africa 2019 – Speakers

Make it a point to attend IoT Forum Africa 2019 and meet Visionaries, thought leaders, industry luminaries, expert practitioners all sharing their profound knowledge of real-world IoT trends, challenges and solutions with you.

Be part of IoT Forum Africa 2019 and drive business growth with insights on IoT disruption and innovation in the industries in which IoT is a key enabler
including manufacturing, energy, Finance, Transportation, Retail, Security, Mining and Public Sector. IoT Forum Africa 2019 will cover the topics below:

IoT Forum Africa 2019 – Topics to be discussed

Connected Manufacturing:

Smart manufacturing is the use of IoT devices to improve the efficiency and productivity of manufacturing operations.

Connected Energy:
The internet of things (IoT) in the energy sector represents a new reality and already affects how we manage our power distribution and consumption.

Connected Finance:
Sensors and connected devices can help financial institutions learn more about customers and track assets.

Connected Transportation:
IoT in transportation can help us track vehicles and people, connect infrastructure and make transport work better.

Connected Retail:
Key applications of IoT for retailers include supply chain, connected consumer and smart-store applications.

Smart Security:
The Internet of Things requires improved security controls and better education to minimise the likelihood of an attack.

Connected Mining:
Connected mining refers to the use of technology to achieve better productivity and safety, as well as reduce operational costs for a mine site.

Connected Government/ Public Sector:
The Internet of Everything is a $4.6 trillion opportunity for the global public sector over the next decade. – CISCO

 

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