The Premier IoT Hosted Conference - Innovative, Invitation-Only Event
About IoT6 Exchange: October 8-10, 2017 | Barton Creek Resort | Austin, Texas
IoT6 Exchange Summit is a hosted* Internet of Things conference focused on bringing a select group of end users, solution providers and industry thought leaders to address many segments of IoT strategy, deployment, operation and success.
Chaired by Maribel Lopez of Lopez Research LLC, the IoT6 Exchange features an in-depth agenda with keynote sessions, end user panels, breakout sessions, and case studies covering the basics of IoT value, the business case, and practical applications for different enterprise verticals. IoT6 Exchange has a horizontal market focus looking at a broad range of key segments including Energy, Healthcare, Retail, Transportation, Manufacturing and a Cross Vertical segment which includes executive attendees focused on Smart Cities and other cutting-edge spaces.
Enterprise Strategy, Collaboration, Deployment & Success
Enterprise decision-makers are used to having new technologies disrupt their businesses with the promise of increased efficiency and productivity. Mobility has been and continues to be one of topics that delivers on that promise. Enterprise mobility and connectivity has evolved over the years, and is now poised to take the next step, the Internet of Things (IoT).
Like the ET6 Exchange, the IoT6 Exchange Summit format is unique as it includes scheduled time for broad presentations of general IoT theory, small group discussions, industry specific and vertical-focused topics as well as one-on-one conversations with leading vendors and peers on specific, targeted subjects. There are companies currently making IoT work for them, and they are willing to share their successes. The IoT6 Exchange format is a proven forum for education, strategy development, and relationship building.
*All Attendees are hosted, which means that complimentary airfare, accommodations, meals and registration costs are provided in appreciation for time spent out of office. Attendees must inquire to be eligible to receive a hosted invitation.