Post By Anthony Broderick on June 08, 2018
Three parallel tech events will take place in Amsterdam's RAI Convention Centre later this month that will showcase cutting-edge technologies from more than 300 exhibitors, and insights from 300 speakers. The total number of attendees over the two-day event is expected to be 8,000. The IoTTech, AI, and Blockchain Expos will take place on 27-28th June, and the IoTTech Expo alone will offer eight different tracks that will cover the impact of new trends within the IoT space across many different industries.
Sectors will include Manufacturing, Transport, Supply Chain, Healthcare, Insurance, Logistics, Government, Energy and Automotive, and speakers will cover key topics including smart building & facilities management, building the connected supply chain, smart city and transport management, smart grid data management and analytics, asset monitoring and management, delivering smart connected new products, and more.
Three co-located events, for the price of one!
Co-located with the IoT Tech Expo will be the Blockchain Expo, and the AI Expo and Conference, so you will be able to explore 3 ecosystems in 1 and discover how the convergence of these three areas is powering the future of technology!
The Blockchain Expo will offer a series of top-level keynotes, interactive panel discussions, and solution-based case studies focusing on learning and building partnerships in the emerging Blockchain space. The Blockchain Expo will also explore industries that are considered to be ripest for disruption; manufacturing, retail, financial services, legal, healthcare, insurance, energy, music, government, and real estate.
The AI Expo will showcase next-generation Artificial Intelligence technologies and strategies, and offer attendees the opportunity to explore and discover real-world examples of how AI has been successfully implemented.
Here are six free things you can get involved with at the event:
1. The exhibition and start-up incubator zone
The event will host a dedicated start-up incubator zone where you can see the latest AI & IoT technologies and innovations in action, in addition to the vast exhibition of 300+ companies who will be showcasing their products and services within the fields of AI, IoT & Blockchain. Expect to see demos and booths from Microsoft, IBM, PTC, Kore etc.
2. Ten Conference Tracks covering AI, IoT and Blockchain
Your Free Expo Pass will provide access to 10 conference tracks; AI Technologies, Data Analytics for AI & IoT, Developing for the IoT, Privacy & Security, IoT Innovations & Technologies, ICOs & Token Investments, Blockchain for Business, Developing Blockchain Applications, Blockchain Technologies and Blockchain Strategies.
3. Keynote Panel: IoT and AI data analytics for intelligent decision making.
4. Machine Learning and AI: A discussion of the Do’s and Don’ts in the online food provider industry.
5. AI and Computer Vision: An exploration of Intelligent Assistants and an extra pair of eyes.
6. A fantastic networking opportunity!
Following the first day of the events, speakers, sponsors, press, Ultimate, Gold and Expo Plus attendees are invited to attend an evening of networking. Okay if you only have a free pass, you won't have access to the official networking event (free bar anyone?), but don't let that stop you from heading over to a local watering hole and joining fellow attendees for drinks and informal networking.
We've attended several of these events over the years, and the team behind the Expo Series have always done an excellent job! We therefore highly recommend that you make an effort to attend this event, but let us know if it meets your expectations. Guest submissions are always welcome, so please get in touch.
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