The possibilities created by a connected world are endless, and with the Internet of Things the way of the future, now is the time to ensure you’re on board.
IoT is mainstream – don’t get left behind. Find out how to accelerate your pathway to success with experience from leading New Zealand IoT deployments.
The 2019 IoT Half-Day Conference will showcase the value of the Internet of Things to New Zealand’s economy and society.
Learn from the experience of businesses and organisations like yours that have deployed IoT solutions and are now benefiting from superior performance and improved productivity.
At the 2019 IoT Half-Day Conference you will:
- Hear case studies from New Zealand organisations that have deployed IoT solutions
- Find out how to create successful IoT applications
- Discover why an IoT strategy is critical to digital transformation
- Learn about the IoT opportunities relevant to your business
- Connect with business and technology leaders that can assist with your IoT solution action plan
We know you’re busy people, so we’ve jammed all of this content into a high-value half-day event that showcases what New Zealand is achieving with real-world deployments of IoT solutions in key industries.
The themes of this year’s Conference are Smart Cities and Industry 4. The event is relevant to organisation leaders that need to understand why an IoT strategy is critical and the practical benefits that are achieved.
We encourage everyone who is involved with, or wants to learn more about, IoT applications to attend. You will leave inspired to turn ideas into action and with an understanding of how to deliver successful projects.
Date: Thursday 3 October 2019
Time: 9am – 1pm
Location: Generator @ GridAKL, 12 Madden Street, Auckland
NZ IoT Alliance Members – $120+GST (Member tickets are available, please email us at email@example.com)
Non-Members – $150+GST (Reduce your ticket price by becoming an IoT Alliance member, click here to enquire about joining the IoT Alliance)
Places are limited and the event is priced to sell out quickly.
Adam O’ConnorNB Smartcities
Andy GrantASG Technologies
Darren WilkinsonLMAC Consulting
Kevin MarettLEAP Australia
Matt Hector-TaylorIoT Ventures
Melissa LeeNational Spokesperson for Broadcasting Communications & Digital Media
Sponsor Case Study
The Internet of Things (IoT) has an increasingly important role to play in the lives of Kiwis. To help demystify what a lot of people see as a seemingly mysterious technology, Spark has launched a podcast dedicated to the Internet of Things – where it came from, where it’s going, what it is and what it means for New Zealanders.
|9:10am||Smart Cities Introduction – Jannat Maqbool|
|9:15am||Case Study – Adam O’Connor, NB Smartcities|
|9.30am||Case Study – Matt Hector-Taylor, IoT Ventures|
|9.45am||Case Study – Ilya Vensky, O2O2|
|10.00am||Case Study – Kevin Marett, LEAP Aust|
|10.15am||Smart Cities Panel Q&A|
|10:30am||Tea, coffee and snacks break|
|11:00am||Industry 4 Introduction – Angelique Grieve|
|11:05am||Case Study – Darren Wilkinson, LMAC Consulting|
|11.20am||Case Study – Vikram Kumar, KotahiNet|
|11.35am||Case Study – Brett O’Donnell, Ento|
|11.50pm||Case Study – Andy Grant, ASG Technologies|
|12.05pm||Industry 4 Panel Q&A|
|12:20pm||Keynote – Melissa Lee, National MP|