November 3 - 4, 2021
Santa Clara Convention Center
What can you expect from IoT World 2021?
Uncover the topics we will be exploring this November 3 - 4 and start planning your event with ease.
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Check out the summaries of each IoT-focused conference track to make sure you can plan your event accordingly based on what you would like to learn.
The premium keynotes track will encompass the key overarching themes affecting the IoT market. Industry leaders will share their case studies, challenges, and lessons learned as well as tackling the most pressing challenges to achieving true ROI across the entire IoT ecosystem.
You can expect to see topics on: POC to Scaling, Achieving Measurable ROI, Key Partnerships Needed for Successful IoT, Overcoming Fragmentation, Tackling Silos, Data Monetization.
Manufacturing is a key industry for the advancement of IoT technologies. IIoT is essential in the development of monitoring technologies and improving maintenance efficiencies. With Industry 4.0 playing such an important role in the pandemic, this track will be diving into the fallout of remote working for the smart factory and industrial sector.
You can expect to see topics covering: 5G, Edge, AR, ML, Digital Twins, Investment in Industry 4.0, IT/OT Integration, Interoperability, Security.
SMART CITIES & ENVIRONMENTS - DAY 1
Smart Cities & Environments is split into two distinct topics over the course of November 3 - 4. Day 1's focus will be on understanding how IoT is enabling smart cities to become more developed while increasing the quality of citizen living and creating a connected city.
You can expect to see topics covering: Pandemic Response & Adaptability, Public-Private Partnerships, Public Safety & Security, Ubiquitous Car Connectivity, Ride-Sharing, Autonomous Vehicles, Electric Vehicles, Smart Fleet Management.
SMART CITIES & ENVIRONMENTS - DAY 2
The Day 2 focus will be on the impact IoT is having on Energy, Utilities, and Smart Buildings. With the importance of sustainability only growing, this track will be looking at how emerging technologies are paving the way for a 'green' future.
You can expect to see Day 2 topics covering: Distributed Energy Resources (DERs), IoT Sustainability, Smart Metering using Wireless Technologies such as LoRa, Smart Water, Digital Twins, PropTech for Offices & Real-Estate.
Why are there so many IoT devices and why do some of them fail to perform efficiently in production? This track will focus on the technical aspect of IoT, bringing in leaders who are working directly on IoT implementation as well as assembling components for systems and devices. Discover the challenges that companies face to create a seamless end-to-end solution and gain key takeaways on how to make embedded systems more dependable.
You can expect to see topics on: Smart Sensors in Buildings, Safety, Reliability, Functionality, Security, Processing Data at the Edge, Tiny ML, Open Source Platforms.
5G & CONNECTIVITY
With the vast growth of IoT devices, there is an exponentially increasing demand for low latency connectivity. As cellular IoT becomes more important, businesses must evolve networks and ensure devices are securely connected. This track will help enable your business to reach ubiquitous and seamless connectivity.
You can expect to see topics on: Low Latency, Ultra Reliability (URLLC), Satellite Connectivity, 5G & Private 5G, Device IoT Connectivity, 5G in the Factory, WiFi for Buildings/Stadiums/Campuses, V2X.
You'll also have access to...
- Intelligent Security - Exploring how to ensure end-to-end security for smarter and more autonomous IoT ecosystems, from sensor and actuator, to edge and gateway, and all the way to cloud.
- Intelligent Data Centers - Discover the practical implementation of AI & IoT in driving forward data centers for a smarter future.
- Intelligent Hardware & AI Accelerators - A look at the cutting-edge advancements in hardware which will realize the full potential of computation and data processing via increased speed and results.
- Intelligent Edge - Tackling key considerations for the intelligent edge including reducing latency and securing quality infrastructure whilst illustrating the benefits of real-time data processing.