- 30 industry experts;
- foreign experts and thought leaders;
- only the relevant content!
- 20 unique companies;
- startups and pilot projects;
- software and hardware products.
- more than 30 IoT projects;
- 20 investors from all over the world;
- International Startups battle.
- 2 unique workshops;
- IoT education leaders;
- useful skills and lifehacks;
The Internet of Things is rapidly gaining popularity in the world of modern technology and the most high-profile novelties of the year. The debate on how to make it work as efficiently as possible constantly takes place in the professional circles. Experts predict that in the near future the Internet will produce a comprehensive huge amount of data, and thus open boundless possibilities for various spheres of activity.
The third in a row exhibition and conference "Internet of Things" will take place in Moscow on 29 September 2016. It is without exaggeration one more important event in the field of the Internet of Everything. The event will bring together a huge number of well-known experts and players of the IoT industry, who are interested in the development of this market.
Working hours: 10:00-18:00
Location: World Trade Center (Krasnopresnenskaya nab., 12)
Nikita Yuriev How to bring the iron project to the market and invite investmentsNikita Yuriev
Investment manager at IIDF. He has been working as an analyst in the venture area for 4 years. Previously, he was also an employee at Rusnano and a founder of the startup that focused on ad placement optimization in social networks, which turnover increased from zero to 100 million rubles within a year.
Angel Garcia Rivas European trends of Internet of ThingsAngel Garcia Rivas
Fonder of Startupbootcamp IoT & Data and Cybersecurity (Barcelona).
Aleksandr Petrov Modern technologies of rapid IoT solutions developmentAleksandr Petrov
CEO, R&D Group of companies dealing with the development of customized hardware/software solutions. Author of more than 30 publications in IT-sector. Carries out research in the field of big data analysis algorithms together with the Dynamic Intelligent Systems Laboratory, Institute for Systems Analysis of Russian Academy of Sciences (ISA RAS).
Zviad Kardava Smart Lifestyle: home, notifications, clothes, cars and even mirrorsZviad Kardava
Zviad is a software engineer who’s mainly engaged in research and development of distributed systems, industrial IoT and high performance middleware. He feels passion for modern technologies, their development and hacking, as well as their reflection in academic science.
Nikolay Rusanov Dream Apps for IoTNikolay Rusanov
Development Director at iRidium mobile, founder of Smart House systems consulting center. Specialist in automation systems.
Dmitriy Kovalyov IoT training within private-public partnershipsDmitriy Kovalyov
Director of State-Funded Educational Institution of Further Education, Technical Creativity and IT Center
Aleksey Korzhebin Building automation systems as a part of IoT infrastructureAleksey Korzhebin
Being a co-founder of EVIKA, Aleksey has extensive experience in the industry of building automation, creation of "smart homes" and the Internet of Things segment.
Andrey Novikov How expert community can solve challenging business tasks. Experience of Big Data analystsAndrey Novikov
General Manager at SocialMaps research company in Moscow. A head of noncommercial research projects along with National Research University - Higher School of Economics and Lomonosov Moscow State University. Previously, he was a project manager at Microsoft, HP and EMC.
Igor Kaloshin How big data analytics and the IoT trend have turned business and investment priorities upside downIgor Kaloshin
A member of the Skolkovo business angels club and a VentureClub, member of the board at RUSSOFT association. Mentor and investor at more than ten uprising companies.
Natalya Efimtseva Smart Lifestyle: home, notifications, clothes, cars and even mirrorsNatalya Efimtseva
Natalya is engaged in development of cooperation programs with developers of the Russian office of Google. The report will provide an overview of gadgets and technologies of the company for the Smart home segment.
Mikhail Kulikov Interfaces for the Internet of ThingsMikhail Kulikov
Business Development Director of TRON Systems LLC, a company that won the IoT Challenge contest in the nomination "The Best Solution for Smart House and Smart City.
Edoardo Genovese Antennas are critical for wireless communicationsEdoardo Genovese
European Sales Manager of Pulse Electronics Corporation (Wireless Infrastructure)
Igor Douplitzky Development of IoT-market in EuropeIgor Douplitzky
Director Business Development of Orange Startup Ecosystem, the Orange division leading open innovation with startups (Orange Fab accelerators) and developers (Orange Partner APIs). He headed technology scouting at Orange Lab near San Francisco.
Yannick Tranchier Moderator of the ConferenceYannick Tranchier
Founding Partner in NUMA Moscow and Founder of Ob'vious