People's Choice Award
Decide which of our 11 finalists has contributed most to the uptake of IoT in industry or cities.
The People's Choice Award is an independent award acknowledging the achievement of an individual person, for their outstanding work with Industrial IoT or smart cities. The winner will be announced on October 30 during the keynotes at Smart Cities Summit.
For the past 15+ years Alok has been seen as a leader in the Industrial IoT community with positions as CTO of IoT for both Cisco and GE, and co-founder of Atomiton.
A seasoned robotics/machine automation professional who is managing teams of software and electrical engineers, in first the mining, and now the agriculture industry.
eTrack Technologies Inc.
An accomplished, energetic retail and business services C-level executive with proven multi-unit P&L leadership and deep experience in developing and executing strategy using customer and employee-centric approaches.
A consultant, project manager and engineer experienced in global projects with US$ billions budget in global companies and governments since 2002. His IoT+chatbot authoral projects portfolio covers several IoT verticals. Stations installed in Silicon Valley, New York, Sao Paulo, and other cities.
A leading authority on Industrial IoT and a 20-year veteran of the software industry, with experience deploying IoT programs for Fortune 1000 businesses, and among the first to promote an app-based IoT approach.
National Tooling and Machining Association
Dr. Bartles has dedicated his career towards the advancement of modern manufacturing technology, recognized as one of 30 visionaries merging the physical and cyber worlds, and more recently named in the The Smart Industry 50: Class of 2018.
The chief digitalization officer of Siemens' power & gas division, with over a decade of experience in automation and digitalization, currently driving the digital transformation of the energy industry.
Electric Cab of North America
Co-founder and COO of Electric Cab of North America - a leader in the electric vehicle transportation industry, pioneering systems and processes to help our society transition to a cleaner, more efficient transit system.
Self-branded as "the Barbie girl in an IIoT world," Liz is a highly motivated accredited communications professional with more than seventeen years of experience demonstrating increasing responsibility in professional and extracurricular endeavors.
Michael J. Zeto III
Corporate vice president, leading growth in the global IoT business and general manager for AT&T’s smart cities business and emerging IoT solutions business unit.
Working on connected car cybersecurity around the globe. Editor of the IEEE1609.2 standard which is the V2X standard now being used in the US, and part of the International Harmonization Task Group that worked with ETSI to adopt the IEEE V2X standard in Europe.