6th Edition of India m2m + iot Forum to open its door on 14th January, in association with The European Sting

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(India m2m + iot Forum, 2019)

New Delhi, January 02, 2019: India m2m + iot Forum 2019 (www.m2m2iotforum.com), the national forum on machine-to-machine (m2m) and internet of things (iot) is opening its door for one and all from the world of m2m and iot.

The two-day forum will be held on Monday, 14th January 2019 and Tuesday, 15th January 2019 at India Habitat Center, New Delhi, India, jointly organized by the Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (DMS IIT Delhi), FI Media (Future Internet and Electronic Media, a prestigious project of the European Union) and India m2m + iot Forum. The forum will map the existing developments and opportunities and the challenges facing the industry, including the technology adoption and integration such as; m2m, iot, 5G, artificial intelligence (AI), big data, cloud-fog-edge-mist computing, geographic information system (GIS), global positioning system (GPS), telematics technologies and etc., for the overall development of the society both at the URBAN and at the RURAL at large, thereby ‘capitalizing the connected world’.

Following the key recommendations from the esteemed panelists and stakeholders of the ecosystem, the 6th edition of India m2m + iot Forum will organize ‘India Smart Cities Forum’ scheduled on Monday, 14 January 2019 and ‘India Smart Villages Forum’ scheduled on Tuesday, 15 January 2019 with intriguing topics as follows:

  1. Inaugural on – ‘The 100 Smart Cities of India’ and ‘The Smart Villages of India’ – the Inaugural Session will be delivered by the ‘Honorable Secretary Ms Aruna Sundarajan from the Department of Telecommunications (DOT), Ministry of Communications, Government of India, emphasizing on ‘THE CITY and VILLAGE INHERITED TO THE CITY and VILLAGE DRIVEN BY TECHNOLOGY’
  2. Plenary on – ‘Changing Paradigm of Smart Cities and Smart Villages of the world vis-a-vis the Smart Cities and Smart Villages of India’ – the esteemed speakers of Plenary Session will emphasize on the ‘Technology Driven City and Village to Technology Enabled City and Village to the City and Village Co-Created by Citizens – Where DO WE STAND in 2019?’
  3. Industry Session on – ‘Optimizing Smart Cities with Disruptive Technologies’ – where you will get to hear from the Smart City CEO’s and the Industry experts on how the Cities are being optimized and transformed with the adoption of disruptive technologies, i.e., m2m iot 5G AI Cloud-Edge-Fog-Mist Computing GIS GPS Telematics and more…
  4. ‘India-EU Dialogue on ICT for Smart Cities’ – will be organized by the prestigious project, namely, ‘India-EU ICT Collaboration Standardization’ of the Delegation of European Union to India, highlighting the absolute need for ‘Leveraging Standards for Smart Cities’
  5. A Special Startups Session on – ‘Cities of the Future with Smart City Innovators’.

The attraction of the forum will be the NOT TO BE MISSED ‘Technology Show – by FIWARE Foundation member companies namely – NEC Technology India, APInf, MobilePedia and Smart Cities Lab Ltd demonstrating the OPEN SOURCE PLATFORM designed and developed by the FIWARE FOUNDATION (www.fiware.org) – a market-ready open source software, combining components that enable the connection to IoT with Context Information Management and Big Data services in the Cloud.

Participants will get the chance to meet Stellapps Technologies – an end-to-end dairy technology solutions company – the first of its kind in India, Sensorise – an IOT Services and Solutions company, Phoenix Robotix – a network-IoT and Big data company, Sensable – an IoT company offering end-to-end smart solutions using artificial intelligence and machine learning, C-DOT – an autonomous Telecom R&D Centre of Department of Telecommunications (DOT), Government of India – showcasing Common Service Platform for m2m communications on oneM2M Specifications.

The forum appreciates the contribution and patronage of the key partners and stakeholders from the ecosystem for making this platform a great opportunity to participate in comprehensive thought leadership with expert talks and panel discussions on disruptive technologies; gather insights for enriching the urban and rural environment; and focus on policy regulations and standards over the next years. The forum helps to promote collaboration and partnership dialogues between India-EU on smart cities and smart villages business opportunities; driving m2m + iot businesses via smart cities and smart villages projects; one-on-one business meetings and match making sessions; live demos and technology shows. Companies will display their Future Ready products and solutions from the ‘Smart Cities’ and ‘Smart Villages’ segments. The Startup companies will stand a chance to get mentored, incubated and funded.

Shilpi Batra, Director, India m2m + iot Forum 2019 highlighted, “We are working to bridge the gap in the m2m and iot space in India vis-à-vis the world. By doing that, we are not just pushing this outward but inward too so that our cities and villages can get the benefit of the technology advancements in the world. The two-day forum will be an exceptional platform for the m2m + iot community to create, educate, innovate and share knowledge for creating a sustainable connected world.”

About India m2m+ iot Forum

India m2m + iot Forum is a cohesive and shared platform, which validates united and collective vision of the global m2m and iot ecosystem. It is the most awaited annual congregation of m2m + iot stakeholders representing the entire ecosystem comprising of academics, analysts and researchers, enterprises and industry, governments – policy makers and regulators, industry associations and organizations, media organizations, standards organizations, the student’s community and above all the end users from businesses, citizen services and government.

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