Innovators, platform developers and telecoms mashup at IoT Connect 14




PRLog[1] - Oct. 2, 2014 - The two-day event will take place on 2nd and 3rd December at Park Royal Darling Harbour in Sydney.

The big players like Google, Samsung and Microsoft have made huge investments in the platforms that will foster the developer environment required to push IoT forward. Many now believe that the real opportunities in IoT exist in the creation of new apps and communities on top of the existing platforms, in ecosystems such as smart cities, home, health, wearables, transport and agriculture.

Martin Creighan, Managing Director of AT&T Australia & New Zealand will be discussing how home security and automation can be achieved at your fingertips.

Connected Cars – the mobility device that will help shape safer and smarter drivers will be explored by Henry Bzeih, Head of Connected Car, CTO, Kia Motors.

Melanie Nutter, Director of Environment at City and County of San Francisco will be sharing the US’ experience in creating a smarter city – the challenges and advantages associated with smart cities and public reception.

Other speaking companies include Comcast Silicon Valley, Director Ninja Block, LEAPIN Digital Keys, MoorsCloud, Transit Wireless, Adidas Wearable Sports Electronics, Catapult Sports and more.

Event Director, Jonny Peters from Informa stresses that IoT is already and will continue to affect all aspects of our lives and that "the cost savings and efficiencies to be gained from the Internet of Things (IoT) cannot be underestimated. Businesses are about to be transformed globally. We need to be informed how this will affect our business and where the opportunities lie.”

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Media interviews, passes and other enquiries should be addressed to:
Yang Zhang, Marketing Manager
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