Envisoning and Achieving the Full Internet of Things Potential

The number of IoT smart objects is projected to grow from 2 billion in 2006 to 200 billion by 2020, generating a staggering amount of data and stimulating tremendous business opportunity for companies across a wide range of market verticals.* Now is the time for organizations to position themselves for success.

The 3rd IoT Global Innovation Forum, July 10-11, 2018 at the World Trade Center in Portland, Oregon features two days of focused networking and information sharing at the IoT cutting edge. This third edition brings together leading innovators, business executives and industry professionals to examine the latest advances and applications for commercial and industrial end users across sectors within the emerging Internet of Things ecosphere.

Topics To Be Addressed Include:

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  • Architectures for IoT pervasive sensing and data sharing
  • IoT interoperability and integration
  • Semantic web, IoT, and the evolving next-generation Internet
  • Cloud computing, wireless networks, and communication advancess
  • Standards and control system technologies
  • Ensuring data security and privacy
  • Big Data analytics for IoT applications: arriving at value
  • Designing human-focused IoT: ensuring high end-user acceptance
  • Emerging smart building and smart city applications
  • IoT applications in manufacturing, healthcare, and transportation
  • Advances in wearables and consumer IoT
  • Emerging commercial and industrial end-use applications
  • Environmental monitoring
  • Smart grid and energy efficiency applications
  • Enabling hardware and softwared developments
  • Market forecasts and international trends
  • Case studies and lessons learned to date

An Authoritative, Cross-Sector Event

Through a series of keynote and plenary sessions, interactive panel discussions, and breakout workshop sessions, industry leaders will help attendees envision and implement the full potential of IoT in both consumer and industrial sectors, with an emphasis on the most intriguing case studies and technology innovations. If you developing apps, guiding a business, or just thinking ahead, don't miss this high-value opportunity to understand and leverage the coming Internet of Things tidal wave.

3rd Internet of Things IoT Global Innovation Forum 2018 Learn from the Leaders
The Pacific Northwest is a key region in North America for IoT innovation and development. Network with executives and practitioners who are shaping the Internet of Things future

In-Depth and Cutting Edge
Objective presentations and discussion sessions led by top IoT executives and innovators means you are getting the latest insights direct from the trenches

Focus on Growth and Opportunity
One-on-one interaction with industry peers allows you to develop and refine your strategy for the evolving world of IoT - with an eye toward new opportunites for growth

Key Success Stories and Business Models
Learn who is winning from IoT, what the effective business models are, and how these can be applied to your own specific operations and markets

Who Should Attend?

The IoT Global Innovation Forum North America is intended for business executives and industry practitioners who are pushing the envelope of the IoT opportunity. This includes:
  • Entrepreneurs, business planners and executives
  • Commercial and industrial executives looking to apply IoT technologies
  • IoT hardware and software vendors
  • CIOs and IT professionals
  • System integrators and consultants
  • Technology developers, designers and project managers
  • VC investment and financial professionals
  • Public policy, regulatory, and government representatives
  • Internet service provider, networking, and communications companies
  • Consumer electronics and computing companies
  • Start-up firms and incubators

Previous Speakers Include:

Kip Compton
Vice President, IoT Systems & Software Group, Cisco

Dr. Latif Ladid
IPv6 Forum

Daniel Cooley
MCU and Wireless Division
Silicon Labs

Mike Krell
Lead Internet of Things Analyst, Moor Insights & Strategy

Tom Willie
Chief Executive Officer
Blue Pillar

David Formisano
Director of Strategy
Internet of Things Group
Intel Corporation

Brian Modoff
Senior Analyst
IOT Segment
Deutsche Bank

Dr. Mazlan Abbas

CJ Boguszewski
Global Commercial Director, Smart Lights and Cities
Silver Spring Networks

Dave Ward
Head of New Technology and Innovation
Dixons Carphone

Christoph Inauen
Vice President, Internet of Things, SAP

Anthony Murray
SVP and General Manager, IoT Business Unit, Qualcomm

Andrew Bolwell
Director of Innovation

Dr. Robert Cohen
Senior Fellow
Economic Strategy Institute

Emil Berthelsen
Principal Analyst
Machina Research

Media Partners

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Display+ IoT Global Network IoT League

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Smart Grid Observer FierceMobileIT Telecom Watch

Haptic Market Inspector FierceTelecom

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*IDC, Intel, United Nations