Hosted at the Tobacco Theatre in the heart of Amsterdam on October 2nd, in>flow was designed to present and promote current & future trends in IoT.
High quality and held in relaxed surroundings, it was informative, engaging and interactive but at the same time memorable and enjoyable.
"Great speakers and range of topics, not too sales-y, content pitched just right for the range of different roles in the room." Matt Isherwood. Pathfindr.
This event was aimed at device manufacturers, IoT Platform developers, system integrators and IoT consultants or anyone involved in digital transformation using the concept of industry 4.0 as a model to drive:
• IoT connectivity
• IoT strategy
• IoT applications
• Harnessing new radio technology
• Real-time data
• Device to application management
• Device design and manufacture.
It was quite a long day but the presentation part was basically a working day broken up with generous breaks and great catering. The additional time in the evening was not mandatory but a chance for our delegates to relax after an interesting day, talk to the hosts, the speakers, the sponsoring partners and their fellow guests over some amazing food and drink.
We had 100% positive feedback on the catering.
The audience was made up of IoT specialists, device manufacturers, system integrators and platform architects from organisations who wanted to keep abreast of all the important, current and future IoT developments from emerging technologies and user cases.
The aim was to create a community of experienced, forward thinking IoT practitioners. It became a powerful forum where advances in current and future IoT technology were put forward and considered, alliances made, working case studies discussed and the formation of a working community in IoT.
The realities of global coverage.
Design tips and MCU considerations for a low cost BoM.
A discussion on the use of this valuable protocol and its variant MQTT-SN.
Humans want results, not problems.
The Venue for 2020 is yet to be decided.
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