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IoT Week 2022 Opening: Global Vision, IoT Today and Beyond

Next Generation IoT: Emerging TechnologiesIntelligent IoT Connectivity and BeyondResearch Infrastructure: IoT new perspectives & breakthroughs for Europe1. Next-Generation IoT, Research and Cross-Atlantic Cooperation
11:00 AM, Tuesday 21 Jun 2022 (1 hour 30 minutes)
Lunch Break at Mezzanine Foyer and Hogan Foyer (Lever 4 and 5)   12:30 PM to 01:45 PM (1 hour 15 minutes)
Croke Park Conference Centre - Hogan Mezzanine

The Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are heavily interwoven within every-day present life and tomorrow will impact even more. Predicting the next global tendency but need in society is key to IoT development.

In a new Post-COVID era, IoT is accelerating and facilitating new trends such as home working, new mobility challenges and the digitalization of the economy. It also becomes more necessary for redesigning the new global supply chain, foster the collaboration and generate new streams of revenue within the new Data Economy.

At the edition of the IoT Week in Dublin 2022, we want to invite you to discover its impact on Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, quantum computing, AR/VR, Robotics, and new digital innovations. The future of IOT will undoubtedly create positive evolution to all sectors of activity, improving the way we live and work in a safer and more sustainable way. Let’s join us next June to share your expertise and the next wave of tech innovation.

From 12 to 12:30 we will announce the Startup Competition Winners and we will do the Official Picture of the Opening IoT Week on stage.

Mandat International / ECCP
President of the IoT Forum and European Centre for Certification and Privacy
European Commission
Director for the Future Networks Directorate of DG CONNECT
European Commission
Chair of the Board of the European Innovation Council (EIC)
Chair of the Management Board
Research Project Director at SAP, President of QuIC, & Vice-President of BDVA
Executive Advisor
Walton Institute
Executive Director
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