IoT is the next wave of the industrial revolution crucial to government, businesses and consumers, transforming all sectors including automation, manufacturing, agriculture, automotive, consumer electronics, energy and utilities, healthcare, home automation, infrastructure, etc.
2nd edition IoT India expo 2018 will focus on the IoT ecosystem including governing bodies, hardware, software and services. This edition will have special focus on AR, VR, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Wearables bringing technological changes in specific sectors. We understand that building and developing the IoT infrastructure will support and strengthen the Digital India campaign. With smart cities, smart homes, smart infrastructure, smart wearable devices, autonomous and connected vehicles, etc., consumers are witnessing an Internet beyond desktops and mobile devices.
The first edition attracted 4235 visitors from Mobility, Healthcare, Agriculture, Insurance, Legal, Architects, Telecom and Industrial manufacturing industry seeking both hardware and software solutions. Startup Planet showcasing solutions for home automation, mobility and logistics pulled huge interest from corporates, investors, students and IoT startups. Techknow conference sessions were well attended by 70 eminent speakers and 434 delegates from industry and academia. The sessions deliberated on vast opportunities in the IoT ecosystem including starting and integrating IoT in the business, bridging gap between strategy and execution, monetization and policies, ROI and funding of IoT startups and many more.