February Innovation Review & Roundtable on Robotics

February Innovation Review & Roundtable on Robotics

IoT Forum members meet monthly to discover new companies and technologies, meet partner prospects in person, review market opportunities across the wide spectrum of connected things, and deep dive into a specific segment with the help of buyers and experts.

The IoT Forum is focused on discovering innovation, exchanging knowledge, growing professional networks, and above all building partnerships across the entire IoT ecosystem. Buyers, sellers, and technology companies from around the world convene in Silicon Valley each month to meet startups, see demos, review new products, listen to case studies, and build relationships - in highly efficient 1/2 day meetings.

THIS MONTH'S INNOVATION REVIEW MEETING
Members Only
This month 8 startups and new products from across a wide spectrum of Internet connected technologies will be introduced to 50 IoT Forum members and their guests with extra time for demos and networking. See the Agenda for details on which technologies and product segments will be introduced on this agenda.

IOT FORUM ON ROBOTICS
Limited Availability Non-Member Registration: $200
In the Internet of Things, a robot can be a connected "thing" and controlled from the Internet. But it gets much more interesting when those connected robotics establish connections with other "things." From there, imagine those connections extending from Local Area to Wide Area connections. Despite technical issues, the integration of robots within the IoT can offer great advantages in many fields, and both entrepreneurs and investors are committed to this segment.

Our panel of Robotics experts and users will share their thoughts on IoT, connected tech, sensors, and maybe the big issue of AI in robots. Then, we will get their insight on what their industries need from the young companies who are building the future generation of robots.

GET INVOLVED

  • Speakers: IoT Forum reviews speaker applications for this and future meetings on a rolling basis. We encourage new companies and products to submit an application
  • Demo Tables: Innovative products and services can set up a Demo Table during the meeting to use during the 3 networking breaks. Up to 5 Demo Tables may be available to the public for $500 in online registration first-come, first-served.
  • Attending: Registration is included in IoT Forum membership. Non-members may register for the case study and lunch session for $200. Companies active in the IoT innovation ecosystem and considering IoT Forum membership, may request a space-available guest pass by registering below.
  • Sponsor: For the cost of coffee or lunch for 50 people, sponsors promote their technology and their brand. Email us for details.

Details

When
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Innovation Review : 8:30 AM-1:30 PM
Roundtable:  11:30 - 1:30 PM

  • When

  • Thursday, February 15, 2018

  • Where

  • KPMG
    3975 Freedom Circle Drive
    Santa Clara, California 95054
    USA

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