IoT Tech Expo: True value of IoT, 5G, Blockchain, AI, Big Data and Cloud lies in their convergence – and cybersecurity underpins their potential

IoT Tech Expo: True value of IoT, 5G, Blockchain, AI, Big Data and Cloud lies in their convergence – and cybersecurity underpins their potential

No technology exists in a vacuum, and the true value of emerging technologies lies in their convergence. This is particularly pertinent to the Internet of Things (IoT), 5G, blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), big data, cybersecurity and cloud, which all play important roles in driving technological transformation as a whole.

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California / North America (PRUnderground) July 24th, 2019 –Pat Gelsinger, the CEO of VMware, calls them tech ‘superpowers’ – good on their own, but stronger together. This convergence can also be seen as a cycle; for instance, cloud enables mobile connectivity; 5G makes the connectivity faster; mobile and 5G creates more data; more data makes the AI better; AI enables more edge and IoT use cases; and edge requires more cloud to store the data and do the computing.

This can be seen in various research studies and updates where technologies are seen in concert rather than individually. The World Economic Forum recently launched global councils across IoT, blockchain, AI and others as part of the wider ‘fourth industrial revolution.’

IoT News recently reported that “phenomenal growth in the blockchain IoT market is to exceed well over two billion by 2024” with the market set to reach just over $3bn (£2.21bn). What’s more, as IoT security concerns rise, the importance of cybersecurity is becoming even more apparent. The cybersecurity industry is said to have the capability to reach a $1 trillion value by 2020. GII Research also predicted the AI market is estimated to grow from USD 419.7 million in 2014 to USD 5.05 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 53.65% from 2015 to 2020.

With this in mind, the co-located technology event series, the IoT Tech Expo, Blockchain Expo, AI & Big Data Expo, Cyber Security & Cloud Expo and 5G Expo will explore each of these technologies, its leading players and trends, and their influence on the ongoing fourth industrial revolution.

The co-located event series will host shows in Silicon Valley, London and Amsterdam where it will bring together thousands of technology enthusiasts, decisions makers and CxO’s from across a number of industries. The conference agenda will examine the impact of these technologies on industries including manufacturing, transportation, automotive, supply chain, logistics, finance, insurance, healthcare, retail, government, energy, utilities and more.

How to Register
There are a range of tickets available including free expo passes which allow access to the exhibition and the open conference tracks across the 5 shows. For full conference and networking opportunities, the Ultimate Pass gives full access to all co-located events, conference materials and exclusive networking opportunities.

Find out more and register for each event here:

IoT Tech Expo North America – 13-14 November 2019 – Santa Clara, Silicon Valley

IoT Tech Expo Global – 17-18 March 2020 – Olympia London

IoT Tech Expo Europe – 1-2 July 2020 – RAI, Amsterdam

Interested in speaking or exhibiting?

There are a variety of opportunities for you to get involved, customised to suit your business objectives including speaking, exhibiting, branding opportunities, 1-1 meeting service, sponsoring and more. To find out more, you can contact the team on [email protected] or click here for more details.

About Encore Media

The IoT Tech Expo is the leading global Internet of Things event series, with 2019 events taking place in London, Amsterdam and Silicon Valley. The 2019 World Series is set to welcome 36,000 attendees, 1000+ industry leading speakers and 900+ exhibitors to explore the IoT ecosystem across dedicated conference tracks including IoT, Smart Energy, Cities, Buildings, Developing, Transport, Enterprise IoT Solutions, Data Analytics, IoT Innovations and more. It is also co-located with the AI & Big Data Expo, Cyber Security & Cloud Expo and Blockchain Expo.

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California / North America (PRUnderground) July 24th, 2019 –Pat Gelsinger, the CEO of VMware, calls them tech ‘superpowers’ – good on their own, but stronger together. This convergence can also be seen as a cycle; for instance, cloud enables mobile connectivity; 5G makes the connectivity faster; mobile and 5G creates more data; more data makes the AI better; AI enables more edge and IoT use cases; and edge requires more cloud to store the data and do the computing.

This can be seen in various research studies and updates where technologies are seen in concert rather than individually. The World Economic Forum recently launched global councils across IoT, blockchain, AI and others as part of the wider ‘fourth industrial revolution.’

IoT News recently reported that “phenomenal growth in the blockchain IoT market is to exceed well over two billion by 2024” with the market set to reach just over $3bn (£2.21bn). What’s more, as IoT security concerns rise, the importance of cybersecurity is becoming even more apparent. The cybersecurity industry is said to have the capability to reach a $1 trillion value by 2020. GII Research also predicted the AI market is estimated to grow from USD 419.7 million in 2014 to USD 5.05 billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 53.65% from 2015 to 2020.

With this in mind, the co-located technology event series, the IoT Tech Expo, Blockchain Expo, AI & Big Data Expo, Cyber Security & Cloud Expo and 5G Expo will explore each of these technologies, its leading players and trends, and their influence on the ongoing fourth industrial revolution.

The co-located event series will host shows in Silicon Valley, London and Amsterdam where it will bring together thousands of technology enthusiasts, decisions makers and CxO’s from across a number of industries. The conference agenda will examine the impact of these technologies on industries including manufacturing, transportation, automotive, supply chain, logistics, finance, insurance, healthcare, retail, government, energy, utilities and more.

How to Register
There are a range of tickets available including free expo passes which allow access to the exhibition and the open conference tracks across the 5 shows. For full conference and networking opportunities, the Ultimate Pass gives full access to all co-located events, conference materials and exclusive networking opportunities.

Find out more and register for each event here:

IoT Tech Expo North America – 13-14 November 2019 – Santa Clara, Silicon Valley

IoT Tech Expo Global – 17-18 March 2020 – Olympia London

IoT Tech Expo Europe – 1-2 July 2020 – RAI, Amsterdam

Interested in speaking or exhibiting?

There are a variety of opportunities for you to get involved, customised to suit your business objectives including speaking, exhibiting, branding opportunities, 1-1 meeting service, sponsoring and more. To find out more, you can contact the team on [email protected] or click here for more details.

About Encore Media

The IoT Tech Expo is the leading global Internet of Things event series, with 2019 events taking place in London, Amsterdam and Silicon Valley. The 2019 World Series is set to welcome 36,000 attendees, 1000+ industry leading speakers and 900+ exhibitors to explore the IoT ecosystem across dedicated conference tracks including IoT, Smart Energy, Cities, Buildings, Developing, Transport, Enterprise IoT Solutions, Data Analytics, IoT Innovations and more. It is also co-located with the AI & Big Data Expo, Cyber Security & Cloud Expo and Blockchain Expo.

IoT For All
IoT For All
IoT For All is an initiative to build a valuable resource for all stakeholders in the IoT industry. Our goal is to bring together the smartest minds in IoT to share knowledge through various forms of content, all aimed at educating the people who are implementing and enabling IoT.

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