IOT – Internet of Things or Islands of Things?

Event Info

Wed 16 Sep, 2015 from 11:00am - 5:00pm
10 Saint Bride Street, , Cambridge
London, EC4A, UK
Cost: £180 +VAT


Will disruptive change driven by the Internet of Things render corporate data silos largely obsolete? Will it force cracks into silos and enable exciting new services? Are we democratizing data? Is it possible to enable beneficial insights by accumulating more data from more things in bigger silos, or will we struggle to make sense of a growing mass of unrelated sources?Join us for this stimulating half day London event to explore and debate the practicalities of IoT interoperability, democratizing data and liberating diverse communities to interact and add insight to their business, operations and customer relationships. Our speakers may help us imagine a bold future where everyday objects – such as my clothes – could make more sense of the world than I can. Speakers will be announced soon.

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As businesses, public organisations and brand-owners try to make sense of IoT; many seek the benefits of a ubiquitously connected world, but fear the consequences of sharing data. IoT may create a more efficient infrastructure, but that is hardly a revolution. How does the enormous potential of IoT become a cauldron of creativity, cooking up innovative businesses, models and services?

Talks will be heard from: Watch this space - Speakers will be announced soon

The Connected Devices SIG is championed by Paul Green, Arkessa, Nick Hunn, WiFore, Antony Rix, TTP Tim Whittaker, Cambridge Consultants

We are also extremely grateful to our partners, techUK for supporting this event.

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This event is FREE to members of Cambridge Wireless. Tickets for non-members are £180 plus VAT. To join Cambridge Wireless as a member and attend future events for free, please visit

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We are grateful to our partners and host techUK


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