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Sales Representative of Kerlink French company will be speaker at “Internet of Things” conference

Sales Representative of Kerlink French company will be speaker at “Internet of Things” conference

In late September, Moscow will host the third international “Internet of Things” conference. This year, the greatest event dedicated to progressive IoT technologies will be attended by Aurélien Seugnet, the Sales Representative of Kerlink French company focusing on solutions for IoT network infrastructure and offering a lot of unique IoT products.      

Within the Industrial IoT block, Aurélien Seugnet will report on the topic: Basic LoRaWAN gateways for Internet of Things network operators.    

Aurélien Seugnet started his career with one of the largest French operators of alternative Internet as a project manager to develop the first FTTH in Paris. Then, he was responsible for sales in the South Pacific region and developing 2G/3G/4G wireless networks for various operators and major suppliers like Ericsson.      

Obtained significant experience in the telecommunication ecosystem, the specialist has become Kerlink’s Sales Representative at the end of previous year. Currently, Aurélien focuses on monitoring market demands and offering new IoT solutions for existing and new network operators.     

Kerlink is the world provider of network infrastructures and IoT services for public and private operators. The company offers the whole range of products based on LoRa™, the latest IoT technology. Being a founding member of Lora™ Alliance, Kerlink helps many companies and groups in developing their network IoT infrastructure.        

The third “Internet of Things” conference will take place in World Trade Center on September 29. Within the whole day, guests and participants of the event will be able to hear IoT leading experts’ reports, attend open workshops, Speed Dealing platform and exhibition zone.  

You can register for one of the largest events dedicated to progressive IoT technologies on the event website. 

 

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