September 25, 2018 / Opening hours: 10:00-18:00

Updated program of IoT Conference! The latest news of the conference

Updated program of IoT Conference! The latest news of the conference

Smile-Expo announces the latest updates in the IoT Conference program. Ivan Golubev, Head at Just AI and the author of the presentation titled ‘Talking interfaces for technologies. Tools for developers’ will not take part in the event. Still, the program is to cover the most interesting issues with the list of speakers being added all the time.

Currently, the IoT Conference program includes eight presentations and two panel discussions. 12 experts will take the floor at the event.

Key presentations:

Oleg Lisyutenko, Head at ICBcom, LLC. The topic of his presentation: ‘Transformation of energy metering systems. Capabilities of the IoT technology in the housing and utilities sector’. The expert will explain the operating principle of smart meters. He will also tell how to create a single IoT platform for utility metering, also covering benefits and risks of such a system.

Vitaly Bogdanov, Vice President of Strategy and Development at IGC Lighting Technologies, LLC. The title of the presentation speaks volumes about the precious information the speaker will share with the audience: ‘IoT infrastructure for a smart city based on a street lighting network: protocols, a set of realizable services, and analysis of the city life for the improvement of the urban environment’.

Aleksandr Serbul, Head of Integration and Implementation Quality Control Department at 1C-Bitrix. The topic of the presentation: ‘Applicable machine learning in e-commerce – scenarios and architectures of pilot and functional projects’. The speaker plans to clarify the application of machine learning in e-commerce: from voice assistants to smart speakers.


IoT Conference is your opportunity to get to know about the future technologies right now! Visit the conference website to buy tickets until and including September 24 saving up to 3000 rubles.

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