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Subject: IoT Global Innovation Forum -- Speaking Opportunity

Dear MQTT TC Members,


OASIS is an event supporter of the IoT Global Innovation Forum.  Would any MQTT members be interested in submitting a presentation or workshop proposal for this event?  If so, I would be happy to help coordinate efforts for the TC.  The deadline is 23 January – so please let me know.   Thanks so much, Jane


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Call for Speakers


According to Gartner, there will be nearly 26 billion devices on the Internet of Things by 2020, generating a staggering amount of data and stimulating tremendous business opportunity for companies across a wide range of market verticals. Now is the time for organizations to position themselves for success. 

Organized by the Smart Grid Observer, the IoT Global Innovation Forum 2015, Aprl 21-22 in Dallas, TX, brings together leading technology innovators, business strategists and developers from around the world for two days of focused networking and information sharing at the IoT cutting edge. Expertspeakers will discuss the latest applications for traditional commercial processes as well as new business models and opportunities within the emerging Internet of Things ecosphere.

IoT industry professionals across market sectors are invited to submit speaking proposals by Friday, January 23, 2015. Topics to be address include: 

Track 1: Business Models, Trends, Opportunities, and Challenges 

Designed for 
business executives who are interested in utilizing IoT applications to increase efficiency, build new business models, and leverage the next-generation Internet for success. Topics include: 

·  Applications of sensor data to generate value in specific business environments

·  Regulatory issues: what is needed, what's in store

·  Industrial IoT advances, impacts, and case studies

·  Standards and interoperability progress: ensuring a seamless, universal experience

·  Success strategies and business models for emerging IoT applications

·  Latest developments in consumer electronics and wearables

·  Positioning for success in the smart home / smart building ecosystem

·  Measuring IoT value and maximizing

·  Implementation case studies and lessons learned across industry verticals

·  Utilizing IoT technology to move existing business operations and models to new levels

Track 2: Technology Advances, Implementation and Development 

Designed for 
technology professionals involved in the development of IoT hardware, enabling components, software, and devices for a range of applications across industry verticles. Topics include: 

·  Progress in IoT interoperability and integration across devices

·  Architecture systems for IoT pervasive sensing and data sharing

·  Latest IoT hardware developments

·  Semantic web, IoT, and the evolving next-generation Internet

·  Cloud computing, wireless sensor networks, and communication advances

·  Standards and control system technologies

·  Enabling technologies and strategies for ensuring data security and privacy

·  Big Data analytics for IoT applications: arriving at value

·  Collaborating and integrating across ecosystem partners and technology providers

·  Designing human-focused IoT: ensuring high end-user acceptance


The Forum is intended for business leaders, technology experts, and growth strategists who are looking to leverage the emerging IoT opportunity. This includes: 

·  Technology developers, designers and project managers

·  Entrepreneurs, senior executives, and business strategists

·  IoT hardware and software vendors

·  CIOs and IT professionals

·  Commercial and industrial business executives looking to apply IoT technologies

·  System integrators and consultants

·  VC investment and financial professionals

·  Public policy, regulatory, and government representatives

·  Academic researchers and university professionals

·  Internet service provider, networking and communications companies

·  Consumer electronics and computing companies

·  Start-up firms and incubators

The Global Innovation Forum is a unique opportunity to share IoT insights and strategy with professionals across the full range of industry verticles, including Smart Building / Home Automation, Smart Energy, Consumer Electronics and Connected Living, Smart Cities, Environmental Monitoring, Intelligent Transportation, Medical and Health Care Systems, and more.


About the Organizer


SGO delivers the latest news and information on a daily basis concerning key technology developments, business drivers, and market trends driving the smart grid industry worldwide. A sample of organizations who have presented at or attended recent SGO events includes:


AT&T • Verizon Wireless • GE Digital Energy • Cisco Systems • IBM • Alcatel-Lucent • Capgemini • CTIA • Siemens • Lockheed Martin • ComEd • KT• Fujitsu • Gartner Group • Georgia Insitute of Technology • UCLA • Illinois Institute of Technology • Intel • Ericsson • Schneider Electric •Johnson Controls • Goldman Sachs • Samsung • Panasonic • S&C Electric Company • Southern California Edison • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory • University of Colorado • NEMA • San Diego Gas & Electric • Symantec • U.S. Department of Energy • Waterfall • VaasaETT Global Energy Think Tank • ConEdison NY • STMicroelectronics • SRA International • National Instruments • Oncor • SatCom Global • Integral Analytics •ABB • Eaton • Emerson • U.S. Department of Defense • and many others 


An Invitation to Participate


The IoT Global Innovation Forum convenes April 21-22, 2015 in Dallas, Texas -- home to many of the world's leading high-technology companies. If you are a developer, technology innovator, or business executive pushing the IoT envelope, join us for two days of high-value networking, information sharing, and collaboration with colleagues from around the world. 


Deadline for speaking applications is Friday, January 23, 2015.  Please note that sponsorship of the Forum is not required in order to participate as aspeaker.  All proposals will be reviewed by the Program Advisory Group, and selected presenters will be notified by early February.  For guidelines on preparing a submission, please visit the event website, or contact: 


Daniel Coran
Program Manager
IoT Global Innovation Forum 2015






Jane Harnad


Manager of Events



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