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Alexander Anufrienko, Skolkovo representative, will tell about practice of using IoT at the “Internet of Things” conference

Alexander Anufrienko, Skolkovo representative, will tell about practice of using IoT at the “Internet of Things” conference

In late September, Moscow will host a great international exhibition and conference entitled “Internet of Things”. The annual event will be a platform bringing together leading developers, investors, businesspeople and industry experts from all over the world. Within the Industrial IoT block at the conference, leading specialists will include Alexander Anufrienko, the representative of Skolkovo foundation.

Using successfully implemented cases, the speaker will report on the topic: Practice of applying IoT.

 

Alexander Anufrienko is a leading specialist in engineering radioelectronic systems and VoD/OTT technologies. A successful businessman with 15 years of experience in engineering and marketing has worked in Samsung company for a long time. Then he has been focusing on individual development of smart technologies in the video and telecommunications area. Having joined LG Electronics, Alexander has been coordinating Smart TV area. Under the leadership of the experienced specialists, the team has made a range of quality smart products that could compete with analogues of leading world companies.

Currently, Alexander leads “Electronics. Internet-of-Things” department in Skolkovo Foundation. Moreover, the expert is a delegate from Russian Federation at the International Telecommunication Union on standartization of IoT and smart cities.

 

“Internet if Things” exhibition and conference will be held in Moscow World Trade Center on September 29. Prospective ways of IoT technologies development and implementation in various areas of life will be discusses at the third annual event. 

Buy tickets  for the greatest international event – “Internet of Things” – and you will be able to find out how the future will change influenced by IoT innovative technologies.

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