BARCELONA 29-31 OCTOBER 2019
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Our Ambassador program is an opportunity for influential and leading organizations representing technology, standards, education, development, and research to collaborate with IoT Solutions World Congress in many areas including marketing, content development, speaking opportunities, and meeting hosting. 

manufacturing

ASCAMM is the Catalan Association of Moulds and Dies industries, with nearly 40 years of activity and which brings together the main companies in the sector of moulds and dies of Catalonia. The main activities of ASCAMM are training, with the aim of bringing new professionals to the sector, internationalization, supporting companies in their marketing abroad with the help of public administrations and innovation, with the support of Eurecat, Technological Center of Catalonia.

 

ENERGY & UTILITIES

ArchEnerg International Renewable Energy and Building Trade Cluster was established in 2007 with the aim of creating an economic and social model based on renewable energy efficiency that moves green economy enterprises and society towards a more sustainable future. It has steadily held a certificate of Accredited Innovation Cluster title since 2009.

During its operation the Cluster has developed an extensive activity network with the primary task of supporting members involved in strategic industrial sectors. This support includes infrastructure development, lobbying, marketing and generation of interest for products and services. ArchEnerg also aims to increase public awareness about renewable energy and energy efficiency.

 

CONNECTED TRANSPORTATION

ITS United Kingdom, the foremost UK association for the promotion of Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), is a not-for-profit public/private sector association financed by members’ subscriptions, and provides a forum for all organisations concerned with ITS. We work to bring the benefits that ITS can offer in terms of economic efficiency, transport safety, and environmental benefits to the United Kingdom – and at the same time expand the ITS market.   The membership, over 160 organisations, comprises Government Departments, Local Authorities, Police Forces, consultants, manufacturing and service companies, and academic and research institutions. New members are always welcome and benefit from activities including seminars, workshops, regular news dissemination and specific interest groups. ITS United Kingdom encourages discussion on issues such as public/private co-operation, standards, legislation, information provision and new technology. 

 

HEALTHCARE

bioPmed is the Italian innovation cluster dedicated to life sciences and healthcare.

Managed by Bioindustry Park, it is based near Torino and covers both Piemonte and Aosta Valley Regions (4.5M inhabitants and 118Billion GDP).

Its present 87 members and a community of more than 400 players represent the entire healthcare value chain: universities, R&D centres, start-ups and SMEs, large multinationals, foundations, local healthcare providers, dedicated training institutions and specialized service providers, all the cluster members share a common vision and a strategic approach towards development.

bioPmed strategy is based on 4 main pillars of action: Innovation, Global Business Development, International Positioning and Competence Development, which are pursued in order to support the competitiveness of its members and of the Region through a set of dedicated services.

Personalised healthcare represents the main paradigm, while special skills and expertise can be found in the areas of cardiovascular diseases, dental technologies, bones implants, diagnostics (esp. imaging), IoT & connected health and at the blurring borders between health and complementary technologies such as agro-food, biotech, new materials, ICT, nanotech etc.

bioPmed is strongly connected at international level with a network of partners which covers the 5 continents.

 

 

HIMSS Europe is a voice, advisor and thought leader of transformation through health information and technology.  As an independent organisation with innovation at its heart, HIMSS Europe unites and engages key stakeholders across the health and care ecosystem through events, media, analytics and communities focused on helping healthcare systems to define their IT strategies meanwhile supporting the healthcare industry to improve its services.

By offering a high quality, Pan-European platform to collaborate and exchange best practice, news, information and data, HIMSS Europe has a unique breadth and depth of expertise and capabilities to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of health and care and deliver more effective patient outcomes.

Founded in 1961, HIMSS encompasses more than 65,000 members, 650 companies and over one million HIT network of key influencers that drive innovation across the world.

 

Hong Kong Medical & Healthcare Device Industries Association Limited (HK-MHDIA) is the leading association in Hong Kong representing the medical & healthcare device industries in Hong Kong. We play a proactive active role in promoting our members’ expertise, uplifting the entire industry’s standards and ethnics in the trade, provide trainings and knowledge in technology, regulatory and compliance requirements in medical device related fields. We also engage actively in advising and consulting local and international regulatory impacts to our member; and seeking sponsorship and support from the government for better development of the medical device industry.

The Journal of mHealth is the “Voice of the HealthTech Industry”. A trusted resource for anyone with an interest in innovative health technologies, technology-enabled healthcare, medical devices, and digital health services, the Journal is widely read by audiences from around the world.

The Journal of mHealth is a leading international publication bringing the latest developments in innovative emerging health technologies to healthcare and industry professionals around the world. Featuring, the Latest Industry News, Articles, Research, Industry Whitepapers and Market Reports.

The Global Digital Health 100

The Journal of mHealth also organise the acclaimed annual Global Digital Health 100 power-list recognising the most innovative companies working in the HealthTech industry. If you want to know which companies are succeeding, and why, along with the latest technology trends in health technology then visit www.thejournalofmhealth.com/digital-health-100

Established in 1997, One Nucleus is a not-for-profit Life Sciences & Healthcare membership organisation centred on the Greater London-Cambridge-East of England corridor. Headquartered in Cambridge, at the heart of Europe’s largest Life Sciences & Healthcare cluster, we support those institutions, companies and individuals undertaking activity in or with the above region. Through providing the local, UK-wide and international connectivity, One Nucleus seeks to enable our members to maximise their performance. This support helping them achieve, or better still exceed, the goals they have set for themselves. Biomedical and Healthcare R&D have always been impactful in driving social and economic progress. In an increasingly outsourced, collaborative and multi-disciplinary sector, bringing the best people together is key to translating great innovation into great products that markedly improve patient outcomes and drive economic development. Attracting and enabling the best people to engage with is at the heart of the One Nucleus team ethos and what we continually strive to deliver.

 

 

buildings & infrastructure

To be announced

open industry

AFYDAD, Spanish Sport Industry Association, is a national trade association representing all the sports sub-sectors, within the Sports Industry. The association is a professional non-profit organisation, focused on all companies, including: manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers dedicated to all sports, equipment and apparel.

AFYDAD is an active member of FESI, the Federation of the European Sporting Goods Industry, enabling us to stay abreast of the latest news and to influence any laws and regulations created within the EU in relation to the sporting goods industry. We are also members of the EOG, the European Outdoor Group.

 

 

AED, created in 1996, has the mission of contributing to the individual and collective improvement of the professionals who lead the Spanish companies. Currently more than 2,000 members take part of AED, two thirds of them hold the highest management responsibility in their companies. AED is present in Madrid, Catalonia, the Valencian Community, the Canary Islands and Galicia, bringing experience, knowledge and new trends in management to business leaders through activities and initiatives. AED also carries out an extensive research in order to develop the management profession, through professional group meetings in terms of the sector, and also builds bridges between managers and the rest of the society. AEDs labor is recognized by the United Nations Economic and Social United Nations, as an advisory entity.  

 

institutional

Ajuntament Impulsa is an Internet platform that connects local authorities with suppliers of goods and municipal services.

 

Founded in Barcelona in 1908, the British Chamber of Commerce in Spain is a non-profit organization whose objective is to promote business and investment between British and Spanish companies. The British Chamber of Commerce in Spain (hereafter referred to as the BCCS) is composed of 300 companies, including major Spanish companies in the UK, and principal British enterprises operating in Spain, as well as SMEs in multiple sectors.

 

Casa Asia is a consortium made up of the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union  and Cooperation, the Autonomous Government of Catalonia and Barcelona and Madrid City Council. The institution was created in 2001 with the will to strengthen the knowledge and dialogue on Asia in Spain, with the analysis of civic, political, social, cultural and economic issues, supporting activities and projects that contribute to the development of relations and a mutual understanding between Asian and Spanish societies. Casa Asia headquarters is located in Barcelona and there is also a centre in Madrid.

China Club Spain (CCS) is a private non-profit association formed by Chinese professionals with work experience in Spanish companies and entities. Associates have university degrees or postgraduate degrees with language ability. CCS will serve as a platform both to promote the exchange of experiences among the partners and for their social integration in Spain.

 

education

As a founding member of Ramon Llull University, La Salle Campus Barcelona is a university centre that offers Undergraduate Degrees, Postgraduate and Master’s Degrees, PhD programmes and Specialisation Courses in the fields of Architecture, Engineering, IT, Multimedia, Business Management, Digital Arts and Animation & VFX, with technology built into our very DNA.

La Salle Campus Barcelona is committed to entrepreneurship, constant interaction between students and companies, and applied research. Also, we remain faithful to our mission of training professionals with values who are able to transform society, fostering the development of our students’ social and humanistic awareness.

We are home to a unique forum for innovation: the Internet of Things Institute of Catalonia, the first European laboratory for innovation and research into the Internet of the Future, strengthening La Salle’s ecosystem of innovation, fostering the transfer of knowledge and promoting research.

La Salle is the largest non-profit global network specifically dedicated to education. We are proud to boast more than 300 years of history and are present in 80 countries. Our network comprises 1,083 schools and 65 universities, with 1,000,000 students, 300,000 of them university students.

tech

ABII (Industrial Internet Brazilian Association) – ABII is a non-profit organization created to accelerate the growth of industrial internet in Brazil, formed by companies and institutions nationwide. The ABII professionals are involved in several Task Forces forming a qualified and integrated ecosystem. ABII Mission is to accelerate the growth of industrial internet in Brazil through the coordination of an ecosystem that generates initiatives for integration, control and secure connection between machines, systems, processes and people through common architectures and open standards, aiming the generation of transforming results for the different industries and public infrastructure. 

 

ABINC is a Brazilian non-profit organization whose main objective is to encourage the exchange of technical and managerial information.

The idea behind it was to create an entity that was legitimate and representative, of national scope, and that allowed us to act on all fronts of the sector Internet of Things.

Its purpose is to encourage the exchange of information and foster commercial activity among members; Promote research and development; Work with government authorities involved in the Internet of Things and represent and make international partnerships with entities in the sector.

 

CENSIS is the centre of excellence for sensing and imaging systems (SIS) and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. We help organisations explore innovation and overcome technology barriers to achieve business transformation. As one of Scotland’s innovation centres, our focus is not only creating sustainable economic value in the Scottish economy, but also generating social benefit. To do this, our industry-experienced engineering and project management teams work directly with companies or in collaborative teams with specialist university research experts. Working with us allows organisations to implement quality, efficiency and performance improvements and fast -track the development of new products and services for global markets

 

The Internet of Things Council defines Europe’s involvement in the smart technology of tomorrow, its effect on everyday life and the development of a new world order

Europe can take pride in having coined the phrase ‘internet of things’ (IoT), for making a reference to it in the first public sector official document, and for pointing the way towards a more competitive, inclusive and sustainable IoT-driven economy. Over the period of 2007-2012, the EU invested around €100m in IoT collaborative projects, worked closely with EU member states to encourage and create synergy with national initiatives and managed a group of about 40 international experts from civil society, private sector, academia, governments and international organisations to devise an ambitious EU policy covering identification, architectures, data protection and privacy, ethics, security and standards.

 

Hong Kong Internet of Things Alliance (IOTA) is dedicated to creating an active and closely collaborating IoT community in Hong Kong. The Alliance educates industry practitioners and the public through professional seminars on IoT technologies, applications, and the integration with AI and big data. IOTA supports international events, e.g., Startup Day with Bretagne of France, and was on the Steering Committee of the 1st Smart IoT Hong Kong, the largest local IoT event. The alliance has worked closely with also global IoT communities, including the Boston IoT Meetup group with 1600+ members, AIOT of Shenzhen, French Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, etc. As of July 2018, IOTA has over 600 members including multi-national corporates such as IBM, Microsoft, Siemens, government organizations such as the Hong Kong Airport Authority, small-to-medium and innovative startup enterprises. 

 

IngDan, a leading IoT innovation platform that focuses on linking entrepreneurs with the right suppliers and supporting them from inception to fruition. The IngDan platform has formed a large supply chain-based open ecosystem, through strategic collaboration with influential partners. IngDan has successfully facilitated over 24,000 IoT Projects and built a vast network of over 14,000 supply chain suppliers.

 

Plattform Industrie 4.0’s primary objective is to secure and develop Germany’s top international position in industrial manufacturing. The platform aims to promote digital structural change and to provide the consistent and reliable framework necessary for this. The more networked the economy becomes, the more cooperation, participation and coordination of all stakeholders is needed. The platform’s goal is therefore to develop a consistent overall understanding of Industrie 4.0 through dialogue with businesses, trade unions, science and government. To draw up relevant recommendations for action and demonstrate with example applications how industrial manufacturing can be digitized successfully in practice.

 

 

Connect – Share – Collaborate in the IoT: Connect people and things. Share and acquire knowledge. Innovate and collaborate to foster digitization and IoT as a benefit for the society.

 

 

ITRI is a nonprofit R&D organization engaging in applied research and technical services. Founded in 1973, ITRI has played a vital role in transforming Taiwan’s economy from a labor-intensive industry to a high-tech industry.

 

KNX is the worldwide STANDARD for home and building control

KNX Association is the creator and owner of the KNX technology – the worldwide STANDARD for all applications in home and building control, ranging from lighting and shutter control to various security systems, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, monitoring, alarming, water control, energy management, metering as well as household appliances, audio and lots more. The KNX technology is also approved the international standard ISO/IEC 14543, offers one software tool for commissioning (ETS) and supports all Communication Media (IP,RF,TP,PL). Proof of the success of the KNX Technology comes from its community: +400 KNX Manufacturers, +70.000 KNX Partners, +400 KNX Training Centres, +130 KNX Scientific Partners, +40 KNX National Groups, etc.

 

La Salle Technova Barcelona es un parque de innovación con servicios de aceleradora e incubadora de startups situada en el centro del Campus de La Salle-URL. La Salle Technova Barcelona aúna innovación, emprendimiento y tecnología con el objetivo de acompañar a las startups desde la generación de ideas hasta su salida al mercado, crecimiento y consolidación a través de servicios como el asesoramiento en la construcción de planes de negocio, el acceso a financiación, la aceleración o el desarrollo tecnológico. Durante sus casi 20 años de vida, ha incubado y acelerado más de 600 proyectos empresariales y ayudado a conseguir más de 46 millones de financiación.

 

SIMalliance is the global, non-profit industry association which simplifies aspects of hardware-based device security to drive the creation, deployment and management of secure mobile services. The organisation promotes the essential role of a dedicated tamper resistant hardware module in delivering secure mobile applications and services across all devices that can access wireless networks. By identifying and addressing related technical issues, and both clarifying and recommending existing technical standards relevant to the implementation of hardware security, the SIMalliance aims to facilitate and accelerate delivery of secure mobile applications globally.

SIMalliance members represent 90% of the global SIM card market. As such, the SIMalliance’s membership is responsible for delivering the most widely distributed secure application delivery platform in the world (UICC/SIM/USIM).

SIMalliance members are Card Centric Solutions, Eastcompeace, Gemalto, Giesecke & Devrient, Incard, Kona I, Morpho, Oasis Smart SIM, Oberthur Technologies, VALID, Watchdata, Wuhan Tianyu and XH Smartcard (Zhuhai) Co. Ltd.

SIMalliance Strategic Partners are Comprion, Linxens and Movenda.

The Z-Park Internet of Things (IOT) Industry Alliance was established on November 1, 2009 and is China’s first Internet of Things industry alliance. It is jointly initiated by Z-Park companies with advantages in the upper and lower reaches of the Internet of Things industry chain. Currently, the alliance has already serviced 7046 companies in the past 9 years and has covered nearly 200 key core companies in the IOT industry chain, at the same time, they serve nearly 2,000 active companies in the related areas of the Internet of Things and smart cities, forming an open, cooperative mechanism for production, learning, research and development.