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The Internet of Things is the concept of everyday objects – from industrial machines to wearable devices – using built-in sensors to gather data and take action on that data across a network. Simply, the Internet of Things is the future of technology that can make our lives more efficient.

The internet of things (IoT) is now growing at a rapid pace worldwide. India is one of the countries where a lot of innovation is happening around IoT across different verticals and technologies. The IoT ecosystem in India is mainly driven by Government, Industry and Startups.

There is a lot of scope for IoT in India and Government is working towards it. Government’s objective is to create an IoT industry in India of USD 15 billion by 2020. Key initiative taken by Government is the formation of Centre of Excellence on Internet of Things as a joint initiative with NASSCOM. As part of this joint initiative, Government plans to nurture and grow the IoT ecosystem.

Who's using it?

The telecommunications industry will be significantly impacted by the IoT since it will be charged with keeping all the data the IoT uses. Smart phones and other personal devices must be able to maintain a reliable connection to the Internet for the IoT to work effectively.

While cars aren’t at the point of driving themselves, they’re undoubtedly more technologically advanced than ever. The IoT also impacts transportation on a larger scale: delivery companies can track their fleet using GPS solutions. And roadways can be monitored via sensors to keep them as safe as possible.

Health Care:
Many people have already adopted wearable devices to help monitor exercise, sleep and other health habits – and these items are only scratching the surface of how IoT impacts health care. Patient monitoring devices, electronic records and other smart accessories can help save lives.

Both consumers and stores can benefit from IoT. Stores, for example, might use IoT for inventory tracking or security purposes. Consumers may end up with personalized shopping experiences through data collected by sensors or cameras.

This is one of the industry that benefits from IoT the most. Data-collecting sensors embedded in factory machinery or warehouse shelves can communicate problems or track resources in real time, making it easy to work more efficiently and keep costs down.

Smart meters not only collect data automatically, they make it possible to apply analytics that can track and manage energy use. Likewise, sensors in devices such as windmills can track data and use predictive modeling to schedule downtime for more efficient energy use.

India IoT Summit 2016 will offer a powerful and impactful forum as:

Emerging trends and Opportunities in IoT/M2M Ecosystem

IoT/M2M Trends and Operations with focus on Telecom, Healthcare and Automobile

How to create the next Billion dollar opportunity in Internet of Things and M2M?

Indian and Global IoT/M2M latest moving progress, Innovations and experience sharing

Our conferences are serious business conferences. Attendees are subscription-based and invitees only. We take care that the people who attend the conference are those who are either decision makers or whose voice is heard in their companies/government.