Asia’s largest conference on LoRaWAN + IoT, The Things Conference India is all set to kick-off on Oct 18th and 19th at HICC Hyderabad. The conference is been organized by CyberEye, a cybersecurity company. One Can reserve Your Seat By Clicking Here.
The one of a kind premier LoRaWAN 2-day show aims to bring together the CEOs, CTOs, governments, industry leaders, startups and tech-enthusiasts to share the knowledge and explore future possibilities in IoT with LoRaWAN.
The Things Conference India 2019 will witness a knowledge powerhouse for smart technologies, wherein expert will talk and open & exclusive workshops from industry leaders around the world.
The conference is supported by global IoT & LoRaWAN companies like Microchip, MultiTech, The Things Industries, RAK Wireless.
Stalwarts of the global and Indian IoT ecosystem will speak at the conference regarding various aspects of future technology LoRaWAN.
Few notable names include Dr. Seshagiri Rao, Former Associate Director & Distinguished Scientist, ISRO SDSC; Mr. Johan Stokking, CTO & Co-founder – The Things Industries; Jan Jongboom, Co-founder and CTO, Edge Impulse; Mr. Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary of I&C – Govt. of Telangana; Rob Spurret, CEO – Lacuna space among many others.
The conference also hosts a government pavilion and a startup pavilion to discuss solutions and explore business opportunities for building a smart India.
One can have a brief glimpse of the last year’s conference: https://youtu.be/jnLgeXZMvgY
The Things Conference India 2019 will be a springboard for anyone to fast-track into future technology and grab the plentiful opportunities it presents. Students, developers, startups, governments, corporates, businesses, there’s so much for everyone.
LoRaWAN technology helps IoT devices communicate to devices that are tens of miles apart and last over 5-10 years on battery — carrying only the required data.
Breaking the limitations of traditional networking technologies — LoRaWAN breathes life into large-scale IoT applications. Through LoRaWAN + IoT combination, we can build smart cities and can even extend connectivity to an entire nation!
LoRaWAN is unlicensed and open standard — in contrast to cellular networks — and has no monopoly.
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