|WHAT?||According to a recent study from Machina Research, cities worldwide could waste as much as $341bn by 2025 if they adopt a fragmented approach towards IoT as opposed to a standardised one, with extra costs from vendor lock-in, lack of interoperability and higher system-integration fees providing a significant drawback to smart city deployments.
To avoid this, city authorities need to identify IoT platforms for their smart city deployments that take a horizontal approach, which would enable different IoT use cases to be supported by the same platform with no concerns over interoperability.
oneM2M’s European vice-chair of marcom Chris Meering is available for briefings at Smart Summit London to discuss how oneM2M’s standards-based, horizontal approach is helping develop platforms that accelerate the growth of the smart cities through collaboration and shared data, delivering a more cost-efficient IoT deployment.
|WHO?||Chris Meering has been part of the Communications Media Solutions (CMS)- IoT Worldwide Practice since its inception. He is responsible for “Go to Market” activities for the HPE Universal IoT Platform and working across industry verticals within HPE as an IoT subject matter expert.
Chris has nearly 30 years of operational, consulting, and business development experience in the telecommunications sector with companies such as BT, Eircom, and Capgemini before joining HPE. As part of the HPE IoT organisation he has been working closely with HPE’s automotive industry vertical on the area of connected vehicles focusing on applications, services and connectivity.
Meering will speak on a panel entitled ‘Finding New Ways to Collect and Analyse Data for Smart City Service Development’ on Wednesday, September 20 at 10.50am GMT.
Meering will also be speaking on the Thinking in Unison – Collaboration for Cohesive Solutions panel as part of the Smart Cities track on Tuesday, September 19 at 2pm GMT.
|WHERE?||Business Design Centre, Islington, London, UK|
|WHEN?||Various face-to-face briefing times are available on Tuesday, September 19 and Wednesday, September 20. To arrange a briefing either at the event or over the phone, please email email@example.com.|
ADLINK is pleased to invite clients to join our lectures at the MEC Congress 2017 in Berlin.
The event takes place on 25th until 27th of September. The following topics will be featured at Adlink’s lectures:
- Highlight: Speech by Angelo Corsaro – CTO of ADLINK
Theme: OpenFog Update: Fog computing to solve advanced IoT deployment challenges.
- Highlight: Speech by Mr. Xavier Serra, BDM ADLINK Technology
Theme: MEC Testing and Trials: The challenges associated with developing MEC PoC’s and live network trials.
Our international experts are ready to answer questions at congress, so clients should not miss this opportunity to get information about ADLINK´s advanced solutions and how they can help to solve challenging issues, by reducing Time-to-Market while managing risks and costs with ADLINK Technology. The ADLINK Team is looking forward to seeing you at the MEC Congress 2017!
MEC Congress 2017 takes place at:
Hotel Palace Berlin, Budapester Str. 45, 10787 Berlin
The network edge is a place where awesome things can happen. The high capacities and low latency at the edge enable life changing applications such as VR & AR, Advanced IoT, connected cars, E-health and much more. In fact, we are only just beginning to uncover the true power of the edge and how to use the technology to deliver applications in an efficient, cost effective way.
This year the MEC Congress will examine how operators are using edge compute to strengthen their networks and deliver a better quality of service to consumers. Also, how enterprises are using the edge to deliver IoT applications, robotics and new services that drive automation and reduce operational costs.
The MEC Congress will showcase the latest and greatest in MEC PoC’s and trials. You will discover how this network superpower is evolving, how it will integrate into traditional networks and how it will enable the applications and services of tomorrow.
Now in its 9th year, the Micro Nano MEMS event will return to the NEC in Hall 1 on Tuesday 26th & Wednesday 27th September 2017 as a dedicated specialist feature area at the annual Sensors & Instrumentation show.
Targeting a specific professional audience, the pavilion will cover the full spectrum of technologies, from laser micromachining through to micro injection moulding, and from MEMS fabrication, through to assembly, inspection and test equipment.
It offers visitors a one-stop-shop for small and ultra-precision process technology. The event will provide design engineers with the information and knowledge required to optimise micro and nano manufacturing opportunities in this fast developing field.
Micro Nano MEMS will have an exclusively allocated seminar theatre. The seminar programme will be characterised by high quality presentations from leading users of the technologies and industry commentators from across the globe.
October event to gather latest Internet of Things start-ups and established IoT technology providers to showcase latest technologies
Following the success of the company’s first event two years ago, Hardware Pioneers will host its second IoT and Connected Hardware Showcase in London on Thursday October 5th.
The event will bring together some of the latest UK IoT start-ups along with established IoT technology and service providers. Participants will showcase their latest innovations in a collaborative environment, with product demonstrations and industry expert question and answer sessions also taking place.
Texas Instruments, Mouser Electronics, IDT and Wurth Elektronik are among the growing list of confirmed major name exhibitors and participants. Alongside them will be new companies including: Blocks Wearables, Kokoon, Felcana, Extreme Fliers, BuffaloGrid, Beeline, Trackener, Ding, Converge, Mothive, Blaze, Minut, and MysteryVibe.
This showcase provides brands with a rare opportunity to inspire, connect with and educate over 300 attendees, right in the centre of London’s tech district, near Old Street’s ‘silicon roundabout.’
Hardware Pioneers is a thriving community of innovators and a platform where emerging start-ups, technical decision makers and engineers can interface with world leading technology providers. The organisation’s goal is to stimulate and boost the growth of the UK IoT sector by connecting and educating individuals and organisations and inspiring pioneering businesses.
“The goal of this showcase event is to bring together the most promising and exciting current IoT and hardware start-ups in the UK with the major technology providers in the sector who range from component distributors to electronic device and module manufacturers,” said David Bellisario, co-founder & CEO, Hardware Pioneers.
This free showcase will take place on Thursday 5th October 2017, from 17:30 to 22:00, at Cocoon Networks, 4 Cristopher St, London EC2A 2BS. Tickets can be reserved here: www.hardwarepioneers.com/iot-and-connected-hardware-showcase-2017