The Internet of Business Events Series

The Internet of Business Sector Event series is specifically designed to help each market sector understand how this technology is affecting their industry and their jobs today and tomorrow. With a mixture of insight, case studies and analysis tailored to your business and stripped of technology jargon, these are the two most valuable days you can spend. Business events for business people.

Internet of Manufacturing Conference Europe

When
7-8 February 2017

Where
Munich, Germany

Description
Industrie 4.0 is creating profound opportunities for manufacturers to transform business models, innovate new products and increase productivity. The 2nd Annual Internet of Manufacturing will bring together over 150 manufacturing leaders across Europe to discuss how to realise the potential of IoT and stay competitive in a rapidly evolving market. Inspiring keynotes will be combined with results-driven case studies and perspectives from government and standardisation bodies to help accelerate the industry’s readiness for change.

Internet of energy conference

When
7-8 March 2017

Where
Cologne, Germany

Description
Faced with ambitious decarbonisation targets and dwindling profit margins, the aging energy industry must embrace the opportunities of emerging technologies in order to progress. The Internet of Energy has been created for energy retailers, TSOs and DSOs to help explore the business case for IoT. From transforming operational efficiency to facilitating new business models, the event will address issues through early-adopter case studies and perspectives from new ‘disrupters’ in the energy value chain.

Internet of Retail Conference Europe

When
21st – 22nd March 2017

Where
London, UK

Description
The Internet of Things possesses the ability to greatly enhance the ways in which retailers are engaging with their customers. Advanced beacon, RFID, Sensor, AI, VR and wearable technologies are offering new ways to improve loyalty and increase revenue. However, disassociation between the business and digital sides of companies coupled with previous project failures and negative consumer feedback is placing strain on new IoT projects. This 2nd Annual Internet of Retail event will present case studies from some of the world’s leading retailers who have overcome implementation pitfalls and are successfully harnessing IoT to heighten the customer journey.

Internet of Insurance Conference

When
5th – 6th April 2017

Where
Dorking, UK

Description
The Internet of Things offers profound opportunities for insurers to better understand risk, impose preventative solutions and differentiate product offerings in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Through a combination of best practice industry case studies and expert insight, the Internet of Insurance explores the business case for IoT in the industry.

Internet of Supply Chain Conference Europe

When
17th – 18th May 2017

Where
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Description
The growing need for real-time insights and rapid response mechanisms are pressurising Supply Chain leaders to have a 24/7 up-to-the minute knowledge of the what, where, how and when of goods at the minimal cost and security risks.

Internet of Supply Chain is the only event in the world to focus on how IoT and other advanced technologies are enabling full supply chain visibility and greater collaboration – delivered through lessons learned and knowledge exchange between executives representing manufacturers, logistics providers and retailers.

Internet of Healthcare Conference Europe

When
12th – 13th September 2017

Where
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Description
The healthcare industry faces the biggest challenge it has ever faced. Aging populations with long term conditions and new sophisticated treatments are just part of the rising cost of care. The Internet of Things heralds an answer to healthcare’s problem: ushering in a new age of efficient, affordable and better quality healthcare.

The Internet of Healthcare brings together healthcare managers, technology leaders and clinicians to address the real-life and transformative possibilities of IoT through early adopter case studies and expert-led discussion. From innovation strategy to data analytics and data ethics, the conference will enable healthcare leaders to get to grips with the implications of IoT and how to turn the promise into reality.

Internet of Aviation Conference Europe

When
7th – 8th November 2017

Where
London Heathrow, UK

Description
Low commodity pricing, the doubling of air traffic by 2020 and high CO2 emissions are among the challenges that the aviation industry must address to become financially and environmentally sustainable. Connectivity and the Internet of Things provide a cost-effective opportunity to tackle these challenges. Enabling an improved passenger experience while increasing operational efficiency and safety.

The Internet of Aviation is the only event that focuses on the important role of IoT to the future of the industry. Designed for marketing, IT and operational professionals, it will explore how to unlock the potential of IoT and leverage it for competitive advantage.

Internet of Banking Conference Europe

When
26th – 27th September 2017

Where
Bedfordshire, UK

Description
With the ascent of smartphones, tablets and the age of the millennial, the way consumers interact with their bank is rapidly changing. Together with FinTech startups and Challenger Banks, this is putting a huge strain on existing bank business models.

The Internet of Banking is the only event for strategy, digital and innovation leaders within banks to address this industry disruption, and how precisely they can adapt to stay relevant. Through digital transformation case studies and expert insight, it explores real-life business implications and applications for new technologies – not just talking theories.

IoTBuild Conference

When
14th-15th November 2017

Where
Olympia Kensington, London, UK

Description
Enterprise network architects, builders, developers and technology professionals will play a pivotal role in driving IoT innovation and business adoption in 2017 and beyond. However, there are huge challenges ahead. A growing requirement to connect the disparate parts of a distributed IoT business solution together with security and privacy concerns, a lack of standards and the overwhelming volume of IoT platforms.

IoTBuild provides a unique opportunity to address these challenges involved in IoT technology choices and deployment. If you are moving from thinking about IoT to deploying IoT networks then this is an event not to be missed.

Internet of Payments Conference

When
21st – 22nd November 2017

Where
Dorking, UK

Description
Cashless transactions are growing rapidly with contactless payments expected to become mainstream in Europe by 2020. With the explosion in number of connected devices, the Internet of Things is predicted to become a new and critical global payments infrastructure.

By offering seamless payment experiences and lucrative conversion rates, partnerships between IoT and payment companies have unsurprisingly grown in the last 12 months.
The Internet of Payments is the first event of its kind to unite the IoT and payments ecosystem to make partnerships and learn how to successfully bring solutions to the market. Relevant for payments providers, retailers, bankers and companies specialising in wearables, connected cars and the smart home.

“By the end of the decade, everyone on Earth will be connected”
Eric Schmidt, Google Executive Chairman

Partners

beechamresearchBeecham Research is a leading market analyst and consulting firm that has specialized in the development of the rapidly-growing M2M/Internet of Things market worldwide for over a decade. Based in London, UK and Boston, US, they actively participate in initiatives aimed at achieving M2M market development and growth. They are increasingly analyzing the impact of IoT in vertical markets. They have recently published research on the future of retail, on smart parking, on smart cities and on smart farming.

Visit www.beechamresearch.com for more information.

Interested in sponsoring?

We seek a limited number of partners to support each conference, which provides a unique and unrivalled opportunity to access senior representatives in technology and product innovation from across each market sector.. Over two days you will be able to network with the delegates and promote your company as a thought leader and key technology partner.

For more information about our sponsorship packages, please email [email protected]