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Dubai set to host key 'Internet of Things' conference

DUBAI, December 25, 2018

Following positive response and an impressive line up of speakers confirmed for the ‘Internet of Things 2019’, key stakeholders from the region have confirmed their presence at the Armani Hotel Dubai from February 20 to 21, 2019, for the sixth edition of the cross-industry C level conference aimed at decision makers in both the private- and public sector.

The ‘IoT Middle East 2019’ focuses on the business aspects of the digital transformation sweeping across industries, changing business models and opening up new services and markets for both traditional players and disruptive new entrants. Being the non-technical platform of the topic has generated a sold-out event every year and the event expects 400 attendees in 2019.

The speakers include forward-thinking world-class leaders mixed with local experts sharing insight on business, technology and organisational transformation needed to leverage new business.

Executives from Smart Dubai, Careem, PwC, Digital McKinsey, du, Arsenal FC, Samsung, SAP, Dimension Data, DLAPiper, Alibaba and many more will attend and speakers will highlight novel utilisation of technologies designed to shape the foundation of the future success stories.

According to Johan Ehrstrom, CEO of IoT Middle East 2019, “The ‘Internet of Things 2019’ is an ideal platform to discuss the business relevance of technology with professional peers across multiple industries and multiple verticals, through case studies, objective insights, real-world scenarios, networking and the newly introduced workshops scheduled for day two of the conference.”

“Today IoT starts to be wonderfully complex and appealing to many with AI and blockchain empowering it. IoT, per se, has the rare opportunity of increasing company revenue while reducing costs at the same. The agenda is hence built to give participants the most objective and accurate predictions on the topic, highlighting how to generate business out of Internet of Things and manoeuvre in the IoT landscape for greater profits,” added Ehrstrom.

Participants can register on the IoT Dubai website. Early registration is open for $795 compared to the normal $1,595 closer to the event. - TradeArabia News Service

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