Guildford, UK, 2nd December 2015 – Eseye’s CEO Julian Hardy will be in Dubai from 6-8 December to take part in CISCOs third annual Internet of Things World Forum (IoTWF). This event will showcase dramatic transformations in every industry, giving insight into a new world of opportunities made possible by the Internet of Things. The entire IoT community will be represented and sharing the latest developments as well as emerging applications, during the event in Dubai.
Earlier this year, as a follow-up to being recognised as an IoT Star of the Future, Eseye have been invited to join the steering committee for CISCOs IoT World Forum group.
‘Building on IoTWF last year it is reasonable to have the expectation that it will be another gathering of the top influencers in IoT, the driving forces behind the Ecosystem, where real innovation happens in partnership,‘ – says Julian Hardy, CEO Eseye. ‘I am looking forward to all the keynotes and in particular seeking out topics such as Industrial IoT and how to secure a ubiquitous connectivity layer from PAN through WAN to LAN’.
With hours of dedicated networking opportunities and keynotes from top-level industry executives, including Doug Davis, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Internet of Things (IoT) Group at Intel Corporation, Keith Nosbusch, Chairman and CEO at Rockwell Automation, Siegfried Russwurm, Chief Technology Officer at Siemens AG, and Prith Banerjee, EVP and Chief Technology Officer at Schneider Electric. IoTWF is a platform for industry leaders to engage in discussions and collaborative activities that seek to address the evolving global challenges in IoT.
Attendees are expected to walk away with the enhanced understanding of what they can do to advance the Internet of Things, new relationships with other, similar-minded leaders, and strategies for maximising its benefits – both for their organisations and the industry as a whole.
If you would like an opportunity to meet with Julian during the event, please contact Eseye at firstname.lastname@example.org,
tel: +44 (0) 148 368 51 54.