[SG] Internet of Things IoT Asia 2014

When: Mon, April 21, 10am – Tue, April 22, 11am, 2014
Where" MAX Atria Gallery, Singapore Expo Convention & Exhibition Centre, Singapore
Admission: SGD 350 (Consumer), SGD 680 (Industry)
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IoT & M2M holds the promise of not only shaking up the way in which businesses, industries, governments and even societies operate in the future, but also the potential of significant advantages in efficiency and productivity.

Internet of Things (IoT) Asia 2014 is the first Asian IoT / M2M event dedicated to showcasing IoT and M2M turnkey solutions and technologies to businesses seeking to tap into the potential of such innovations to grow their business.

Topics include:
  • Introduction to M2M and the Internet of Things - Jim Morrish, Machina Research
  • Implications of Riding the IoT Wave - Richard Lisa, Intel
  • Getting "Everything" to Happen - Michael Boland, Cisco
  • A District-Wide IoT Implementation - Dr Eva Yuen, IDEAS Institute, Taiwan
  • Beyond M2M: the Future of Manufacturing - David Tan, Bosch
  • IoT Applications in Logistics - Lim Chee Kean, Ascent Solutions

What is IoT? 
Internet of Things is the independent communication between objects that help to optimize operations, reduce costs, boost productivity and improve lives.

What is M2M? 
Machine-to-machine (M2M) connects objects, with sensor and connection capability for data collection, wirelessly to the internet. This allows them to communicate with people and with each other, opening up a range of possibilities for how businesses can carry out their operations.