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“Global IoT Conclave” unveils its episode to visualize the future of digital connectivity

Global IoT Conclave
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At the end of 2015, India over took China as the fastest growing large economy in the world while the total size of the economy is expected to surpass Germany and Japan by 2019. To enlighten the need to prepare for the IT revolution, BE Summits is proud to announce the ‘Global IoT Conclave’ scheduled to take place on the 26th August, 2016 in Bengaluru, India.

Currently ranked 44 in the 2016 Global Connectivity Index, India is set to go digital in the near future. Around 6.4 billion connected things will be in use worldwide in 2016, 30% up from 2015, and this number will reach 20.8 billion by 2020. The production head said,

The adoption of loT services and machine to machine (M2M) technology will change the way we live and work in ways never witnessed before. It is the fuel for innovation, new value and an open ecosystem of partnership. Ultimately it is leveraging to deliver new value, transform the customer offer in a digital and connected way in bringing efficiency, sustainability, safety and reliability.

BE Summits has partnered with Google and Aeris is their conference Partner. Supported and endorsed by electronics corporation of India Limited, it will witness Vipin Tyagi (Executive Director–Centre for Development of Telematics) as an eminent speaker for the event.

The Indian government is focused on building a digital backbone for the country and this will have huge market opportunities for IoT in industries and sectors like Manufacturing, Agriculture, Automobile Segment, BFSI, Consumer Electronics, Enterprise, IT just to name a few.

With all these benefits under one roof, Global IoT Conclave of the year is a wonderful session to attend and not worth missing.


 


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