Internet of Things Global Summit 2017

Information
Date: 
10/10 - 11/10

Summary

The 5th Annual Internet of Things Global Summit returns to Washington D.C on 10-11 October. This series of discussions, idea sharing, and networking is an opportunity to join the debate from the inside.  

The Global Summit features key policymakers and leading industry stakeholders addressing the opportunities and benefits IoT brings.  

Over the course of the two days, plenary sessions include room-wide discussions with an interactive format, and multiple networking opportunities. The summit investigates the IoT ecosystem in the United States, and globally, and how we harness it's incredible potential.

​​Keynote Speaker

 Congressman Jim Langevin, will deliver a keynote presentation as part of a session on the Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act.

 

The IoT Global Summit will feature key policymakers and leading industry stakeholders addressing the opportunities and benefits IoT brings. The Summit will explore IoT tech trends and critical policy issues. We will examine the effects shifting political environments in the US and beyond, may have on IoT investment and business models. Security, data innovation and ownership, connectivity, as well as the impact of IoT on the citizen will all be key areas of debate.

Key Sessions Include:


- Raising the bar for federal IoT Security – 'The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act'
  • - Critical infrastructure and IoT
  • - Key policy considerations for building the cars of tomorrow - what do industry stakeholders want from policymakers?
  • - How are smart cities being developed and leveraged for the citizen?
  • - Designing future-proof business models for the evolving IoT ecosystem
  • - Cyber-criminality, security and risk in an IoT world
  • - What blockchain means for you, and for the Internet of Things
  • - Meeting the short and long-term connectivity requirements of IoT - approaches and  technologies
  • - IoT Data-ownership and licensing - who owns the data?

For more information, or to discuss how you can getting involved, contact Anne-Lise Simon on iotsummit@forum-global.com / +44 (0) 2920 783 075.

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