IoT Awards 2017 – sponsored by DCU Alpha & Host in Ireland
Billy Linehan of Celtar supporting IoT awards
I am delighted to have supported this new awards event organised by Irish Tech News.
And will be practically supporting the event by moderating the discussion on the IoT Acceleration/Incubation and Smarthome panels.
The judging process has now been completed and the winners are in! All will be announced on Tuesday. If you haven’t registered yet, you can do so on the following link. The event is free to attend.
Simon Cocking of Irish Tech News explains
“This event will bring together the leading innovators and thought leaders in IoT to share insights and the latest exciting developments in this space.”
Hope to see you there.
IoT Awards & conference agenda
The agenda for the day is included below.
09.30 Opening address
09. 50 – 10.15 Garry Connolly, GDPR coalition, Q and A conversation with Simon Cocking, Senior Editor Irish Tech News
10.20 – 1045 IoT Start up voices, insights from the startup coalface
Award 1 – The Market Validation Award
10.50 – 11.15 IoT Acceleration/Incubation, how to scale up and grow your IoT businesses. Moderated by Billy Linehan of Celtar business consultants
Award 2 – Biggest Investment Potential Award
11.20 – 11.45 Indigenous SME IoT success stories, insights from those who are nailing it
Award 3 – Best Product or Service Award
11.50 – 12.15 IoT and home automation, what is coming in the next 3 to 5 years. Moderated by Billy Linehan of Celtar business consultants
12.20 – 12.45 IoT and what it can do for rural areas, showcasing some of the best Irish examples to date
12.50 – 1.15pm Corporate/MNC IoT innovation, exciting examples and success stories
Lunch 1.20 – 2pm
2 pm – 2.15 pm Award 4 – Best Innovation Award & Award 5 – Best Website Award
2.20pm – 2.40 Academic IoT research and Municipal IoT test beds (e.g. Smart Croke Park, Smart Dublin projects), cutting edge
2.40 – 3.10 pm IoT and the future of work, what will it mean for you? IoT 2027, what the future will look like
Award 6 – Overall Winner
3.35pm Closing conference remarks