SMART TO FUTURE CITIES 2019

April 10-11, 2019 | UK

New to 2019 Smart to Future Cities is co-located with Smart Transportation and Mobility in the lead up to London Tech week. With shared keynotes, roundtables and exhibition you can expect enriched content, bigger speakers and more opportunity to connect to the smart city community.New to 2019, connect with the smart city community through insight and debate at verticalized roundtables. Ensure that practical solutions are realised through collaboration as actual issues facing local authorities are tackled together.

Spotlight

IoT is growing significantly as consumers, businesses, and governments are recognizing the benefits of connecting inert devices to the internet. In fact, the number of connected objects is projected to reach 28 billion by 2020. Simply put IoT covers autonomous devices that are connected with each other over a network. It means that not only computers can be a part of IoT, but also all sorts of sensors and embedded devices, such as Arduino or Raspberry Pi. A ‘thing’ in IoT can be anything that is big enough to contain some – mostly wireless – transceiver and have its own unique method of identification (e.g. an IP address). It could be as small as a watch or as big as an entire city: eyeglasses, household goods or traffic lights. Even insects, farm animals or humans can be equipped with some sensors and transmitters, which look after them and monitor their location or health.


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

Smart Travel 2021: Intelligence Is Our Destination

December 2-4, 2021 | Spain

December 2 to 4 welcomes this Festival dedicated to Smart Cities and Smart Tourism with a special focus on promoting best practices, case studies, conceptual innovations, novelty services and products, creativeness, and interactions between tourists, citizens, cities, corporations, and stakeholders. The debate options, reflecting, and exchanging ideas in an intimate and friendly environment has always been one of the strengths of the SMART TRAVEL event, revealing clues and new alternative paths.

The Enlit Europe 2021 Summit

December 30-2, 2021 | Italy

Renesas Electronics Corporation delivers trusted embedded design innovation with complete semiconductor solutions that enable billions of connected, intelligent devices to enhance the way people work and live. A global leader in microcontrollers, analog, power, and SoC products, Renesas provides comprehensive solutions for a broad range of automotive, industrial, infrastructure, and IoT applications that help shape a limitless future.

SPS 2021- Industrial IoT and deterministic networking portfolio

November 23-25, 2021 | Germany

The TTTech Industrial team will be present at SPS from November 23-25, 2021 in Nuremberg, Germany. Join us and learn more about our industrial IoT and deterministic networking portfolio.

IoT Tech Expo Europe 2021

November 23-24, 2021 | Netherlands

The event will cover two days of top-quality content and innovative thought leadership discussions encompassing the IoT ecosystem. The event will explore the latest developments, innovations and best practices within the Internet of Things and the impact it has on industries including: manufacturing, ransport, supply chain, government, legal sectors, financial services, energy, utilities, insurance, healthcare, retail and more!

Spotlight

IoT is growing significantly as consumers, businesses, and governments are recognizing the benefits of connecting inert devices to the internet. In fact, the number of connected objects is projected to reach 28 billion by 2020. Simply put IoT covers autonomous devices that are connected with each other over a network. It means that not only computers can be a part of IoT, but also all sorts of sensors and embedded devices, such as Arduino or Raspberry Pi. A ‘thing’ in IoT can be anything that is big enough to contain some – mostly wireless – transceiver and have its own unique method of identification (e.g. an IP address). It could be as small as a watch or as big as an entire city: eyeglasses, household goods or traffic lights. Even insects, farm animals or humans can be equipped with some sensors and transmitters, which look after them and monitor their location or health.

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