Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for the next edition of the IoT Solutions World Congress will be open in January 2018!
More information coming soon

Be one of over 250 leaders that will delivers the most comprehensive Industrial IoT use cases in the world.
If you are interested in speaking at the IoTSWC, please contact with the Program Director, Terry McElrath / mcelrath@iiconsortium.org

7 MAIN CONGRESS THEMES

MANUFACTURING

MANUFACTURING

ENERGY & UTILITIES

ENERGY & UTILITIES

CONNECTED<br>TRANSPORT

CONNECTED
TRANSPORT

HEALTHCARE

HEALTHCARE

BUILDINGS &<br>INFRASTRUCTURE

BUILDINGS &
INFRASTRUCTURE

OPEN INDUSTRY*

OPEN INDUSTRY*

QUANTUM COMPUTING

QUANTUM COMPUTING

* This track will include Retail, Agriculture, Mining, Construction, Hospitality and others.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO PRESENT YOUR USE CASE ON A GLOBAL STAGE

IoT Solutions World Congress is committed to presenting industrial IoT use cases for the benefit of our attendees. They will learn how to build and finesse their IoT solutions through exposure to these presentations and learn how agile products, services, and networks can enable them through industrial transformation.

Our conference program covers the most critical topics in the IoT industry: Data Analytics, Security, Cloud Computing, Business Transformation, Innovative Technologies, Fog Computing, Sensors, Remote Monitoring, Interoperability, Edge Computing, Services, New Business Models, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Collaboration, Workforce Skills Gaps, Standards, Data, Storage, Smart Devices, Big Data, Predictive Analytics, Predictive Maintenance.


CRITERIA

All Submissions must be a use case of IoT solutions in an industrial environment to be presented to the Program Committee for review. Presentations that include an end user presenter will be given preference. No commercial or product-pitches will be accepted.


WHO CAN PARTICIPATE

IoTSWC welcomes use case submissions from large corporations, small business, industry associations, academia, research, start-ups, government, and anyone who has a story to tell about how IoT improved business outcomes in an industrial environment.

Download here Speaker Participation Guidelines & Rules