Sewio Opens Registration for the Sewio Summit 2019 IoT Conference | IoT For All

Sewio Opens Registration for the Sewio Summit 2019 IoT Conference

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“Based on the success of last year’s tour of Volkswagen Bratislava, Sewio is again holding its Summit close to its reference customer – enabling production and logistics managers, digital officers, IT managers and consultants worldwide to experience how to leverage Sewio RTLS indoor tracking for smart material handling,” notes Petr Passinger, CMO at Sewio Networks. “Anybody who is already using RTLS or plans to use it in the future is welcome to attend the conference. This two-day event will provide both ROI-driven case studies and visionary talks given by the leaders of industry.“

Topics include Smart Factory, digitization of material flow, trends in Industry 4.0. The program will also include case studies, presented by Sewio partners and clients, covering real-life examples of forklift and AGV tracking, material and asset flow tracking and the digitalization of Kanban.

Wednesday opens with a keynote provided by Tobias Hofmann from SICK and Thursday starts with a keynote by representatives of ICZ (a Sewio partner) and the Budweiser Budvar brewery. Along with other speakers, Mr. Takao Tomita, Senior Vice President of Toyota Tsusho will speak about RTLS application to AGV Management and Mr. Michal Stachnik, General Manager at Cisco about production networks and its security.

The Sewio Summit 2019’s venue is at Clarion Congress Hotel in České Budějovice in Prague, the center of South Bohemia and possibly the world capital of lager.

For more information on the Sewio Summit conference and to register for your ticket (€149), please visit https://summit.sewio.net

To follow ongoing news about the event, follow Sewio on twitter (https://twitter.com/sewionet) or use the #SewioSummit hashtag.

About Sewio Networks

Sewio Networks is a manufacturer of a real-time location system (RTLS) for indoor tracking that drives business results for companies in the intralogistics, retail, sport, entertainment and livestock industries. The Sewio system is built on ultra-wideband technology (UWB) and delivered with RTLS Studio, remote management and visualization software.

It gives partners and customers a precise, easy-to-integrate, reliable and fully scalable IoT solution for indoor tracking that allows process visibility, boosts production efficiency, simplifies the inventory process and increases safety. Founded in 2014, Sewio is headquartered in the Czech Republic with offices in Germany and France. Sewio has 70+ system integration partners and powers customers in 37 countries. Customers include: Volkswagen, Budvar, Pirelli, Matador, TPCA, Škoda.

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