One week left to submit a speaking proposal at inaugural IoT Slam – either stand alone,
or part of a panel consortium
SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Internet of Things community – the world’s largest group of CxO’s and IoT professionals announces a final Call for Papers for IoT industry’s online conference – IoT Slam 2015,
taking place on December 9.
All community members and associated organizations as well as IoT thought leaders are invited to share experiences and insights on IoT best practices, emerging issues, solutions, flows, methodologies and techniques. The CFP submission deadline is October 7th, 2015. It’s free to propose a paper and it’s free to speak if the session is accepted.
Core IoT topics being addressed include:
– Creating standards
– Interoperability, Open Source, integration
– Cloud and Fog Computing for IoT
– Privacy and Security
– Big Data Analytics and visualization
– Infrastructure and backbone
– New IoT Business models
– Governance, Risk and Regulatory Compliance
– R&D and Best practices for the Future direction of IoT
For more information on IoT Slam 2015 Call for Papers please visit https://iotslam.com/cfp.
About IoT Slam 2015 Virtual Internet of Things Conference
IoT Slam is the world’s first and largest virtual IoT conference and exhibition, covering Standards, Interoperability, Open Source, Integration, Security, Infrastructure, Business Models, Research, Innovation, Best Practices, Technology, Industry Implementation and Regulatory Compliance, in the world of IoT. The inaugural online conference will take place December 9th, 2015. For more information, visit https://iotslam.com.
About Internet of Things Community
The Internet of Things Community is the world’s largest CxO community of IoT practitioners consisting of 7,400+ members. The function of the community is to focus on the adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments, seeking to understand and contribute to applying the technology or overcoming the wide variety of barriers, inhibitors, and technical & operational issues. The community consists of IoT leaders, industry experts, legislators, key stakeholders, end-users, evangelists and visionary’s contributing to further the discussion, helping to shape the future outlook and direction of the IoT industry. For more information about the Internet of Things community or to become a member please click here.
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