Post By Simon Montford on May 11, 2018
The 3rd Annual Internet of Things Scotland Conference organised by Digit will take place in Edinburgh, United Kingdom on 30th May 2018. It will bring together technologists from industry, academia and government to explore the evolution of the Internet of Things. The programme will contextualise IoT within the current technology landscape, looking at key trends, industry permeation and real world progress - whilst also considering some of the key barriers to adoption.
Core conference themes will include:
• New business models and revenue streams
• Analytics, data-driven decision making and process automation
• Cyber security and data protection
• Infrastructure, connectivity and interoperability
• Regulation, standards and governance
• Asset visibility, remote monitoring, predictive maintenance
• Emerging technologies: AI, Blockchain, ML, Robotics, biometrics
• Implementation and scalability in practice
WEB3//IOT is delighted to be an official media partner of the event, and the organisers are delighted to announce a stellar speaker line-up that will span a wide range of sectors, from connected manufacturing to transport and smart city infrastructure.
The conference will contextualise IoT within the current technology landscape, looking at key trends, industry permeation and real world progress. It will also consider the main barriers to adoption and explore how challenges of security, interoperability and scalability are being addressed.
The conference is free to attend* for IT & Digital leaders, and our readers are welcome to register to attend the event: www.iotscotland.com
So far, the speaker lineup includes:
• Martyn Wallace, Chief Digital Officer, Scottish Digital Office
• Munir Chowdhury, IoT Architect, Stanley Black & Decker
• Sharon Moore, Chief Technology Officer, Travel & Transportation, IBM, & Non Executive Director, CENSIS
• David Cuckow, Global Head of IoT, BSI
• Steven Revill, Chief Executive Officer, UrbanTide
• Steve Aitken, Director, Intelligent Plant
• Mark Begbie, Business Development Director, CENSIS
• Theo Priestley, Technology Analyst and Commentator
• Naghmeh Moradpoor, Lecturer in Cybersecurity & Networks, Edinburgh Napier University
• Malcom Fairweather, Head of Performance, SportScotland
• David Early, Data Manager, High Performance Sport, SportScotland Institute for Sport
• Lauren Forsyth, PhD Researcher, Biomedical Engineering, Strathclyde University
• Sam McNeil, Big Data MSc Student, University of Stirling
* A criteria for free attendance applies that excludes vendors of IT products and services, recruiters and consultants.
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