Internet of Things - Get Connected!
October 15, Dell Amsterdam

Internet of Things, Get Connected!

Signals are everywhere that Internet of Things (IoT) is the next big thing. Consumer products are getting increasingly connected, healthcare - smarter, and smart city initiatives - larger. It took us twenty years to connect half of mankind by means of the internet. Now, think bigger. There are billions and billions of devices waiting to be connected! Start-ups, leading technology companies and universities are all racing to develop the next connected thing. Now the question is, how connected are you?

Let us take you on an IoT journey, a journey rich of theory as well as industries’ best practices. Get a sneak peek into the world of Formula 1 with Robert Doornbos and see how data insights make the difference, learn how TU Delft is working on ultra-personalized product services or be inspired by how Philips is making lighting smarter. There is no time to sit back and relax, RDM Makerspace will challenge you to build your own IoT-device in an interactive workshop. Not much of a builder? Others are; the Dell Intel Founders Club has invited a few leading IoT startups to pitch their bet on the future.




Timetable

17:00
  • Walk in, food and drinks
17:45
  • Word of welcome by Jeannine Peek, GM Dell Netherlands and Mike Veldhuis Partner Nalta Consultancy
  • Ultra-personalized product services (UPPS): from made to measure to rapid co-creation
    Elisa Giaccardi – Professor Interactive Media Design TU Delft
  • IoT and the world of smart lighting
    Kevin Raijmakers – Marketing Manager Indoor Philips
  • Pitch Slam: innovations from the startup scene
    Featuring a.o. Undagrid, Crownstone, Tickid, Sensara
19:00
  • Break
  • Workshop, IoT Expo and food
    • Your own IoT device - Workshop by RDM Makerspace
    • IoT initiatives at the Expo
  • Robert Doornbos – former F1 driver: IoT at full speed!
21:00
  • Drinks with Live Music by Airtime


Why Internet of Things and why now?

Internet of Things can be described as the network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and sense or interact with their internal states or the environment (Gartner). Dell, Intel and Nalta consider Internet of Things to be one of the most important IT topics in the upcoming years. Not only is IoT likely to have an impact on every consumer and organization, it will also enable new uses of technology. On October 15th, you will be in the driver’s seat to experience some of the industries’ best practices in the field of IoT.






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