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Getting up to date on the Internet of Things (IoT)

19.04.2012
The international Internet of Things Community will get together at the IoT week 2012 in Venice (Italy) from 18-22 June 2012. Registration for the IoT Week 2012 in Venice open now.

The international Internet of Things Community will get together at the IoT week 2012 in Venice (Italy) from 18-22 June 2012.

By listening to presentations from high-level representatives of industry, academia and politics and by participating in workshops and panel discussions around the Internet of Things participants will get great insights into recent IoT developments and a unique opportunity to network and meet IoT experts from all over the world. The objective of the annual event is to offer a platform for exchanging the latest news on research topics and revealing political and societal insights.

The IoT Week 2012 will especially take stock of the latest EU IoT projects and developments on the following topics: IoT Cognitive Technologies, IoT Architecture, IoT Exploitation, IoT and energy, IoT Enabling Technologies, IoT in Health Care, IPv6 and IoT. Societal challenges such as Privacy and Security, IoT and Ethics as well as IoT Governance will also be addressed.

The event is a joint endeavor of the following research projects of the Seventh Framework Programme of the EU: IoT-A (Internet of Things – Architecture), IoT-i (Internet of Things – Initiative), iCore, Butler, probeIT, CASAGRASII, IoT@Work, eBBits, IoT6, 6DEPLOY, HOBNET, OpenIoT, PLANET, GAMBAS and SmartSantander.

Europe’s leading conference on the Internet of Things will take place in the heart of Venice from 18-22 June 2012 at Scuola Grande San Giovanni Evangelista di Venezia, San Polo 2454, 30125 Venice, Italy. The Participation fee is 80 Euro (incl. VAT).

The IoT Week 2012 is complemented by the second event of the IoT International Forum that will take place on 20-21 June 2012 at the same venue. Participation for the IoT International Forum event only is free of charge.
Registration for both events is now open at:
www.iot-week.eu/iot-week-2012/registration

For further details please consult the latest programme at www.iot-week.eu

Wiebke Ehret | idw
Further information:
http://www.iot-week.eu
http://www.iot-week.eu/iot-week-2012/registration

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