IoT Tech Expo North America 2017

Date & Time

29 - 30 November 2017
8AM–5PM

Location

Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, CA, USA

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The Bluetooth SIG joined 150 exhibitors, over 200 speakers, and thousands of attendees at IoT Tech Expo North America 2017 to showcase the unique ways Bluetooth technology is enabling buildings to become truly intelligent, manufacturers to become more efficient, and businesses to service their customers in new ways.

The Expanding Role of Bluetooth in the IoT
29 November, 9:20-11:20am
IoT Innovations & Technologies Stage

Chuck Sabin, Senior Director, Business Strategy and Planning at Bluetooth SIG hosted a unique series of fireside chats which tapped industry influencers from Intel, Cassia Networks, Aruba, National Instruments, and ABI Research they explored the impact a newly expanded range of fit-for-purpose network topologies from Bluetooth will have across multiple sectors, including Smart Industry, Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, and Smart Homes.

Keynote Panel: The future of IoT development
29 November, 9:50am

Jim Katsandres, Bluetooth SIG Director, Developer Programs and fellow panelists discussed what opportunities the IoT presents for developers, the implementation of open source and open standards, the importance of allowing interoperability of devices in the world of IoT, and more.

Bluetooth Exhibit 

Over 9,000 attendees saw how leading vendors like Cassia Networks, Murata Manufacturing, Silicon Labs, Silvair, and STMicroelectronics are leveraging Bluetooth technology to power their IoT solutions and services. From tracking patients and expensive equipment in hospitals, to connecting machines for improved predictive maintenance on factory floors, to intelligently controlling lighting, temperature, and air conditioning and monitoring occupancy and security in businesses, attendees saw how Bluetooth is being used to increase productivity, lower costs, and improve conditions in smart factories, buildings, and cities around the world.

Featured Exhibitors 

 Cassia Networks Logo    Murata logo      
 silvair   STMicroelectronics