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Published On:22 February 2020
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IoT Middle East 2020 to address business aspects of digital transformation


Event to highlight how collaboration is the new competition with eco-systems replacing traditional industry boundaries

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Dubai, UAE: An impressive line-up of partners and speakers will be addressing how to manoeuvre the IoT landscape for higher profits at the 5th Internet of Things 2020, held at Armani Hotel Dubai on the 24th of February, 2020.

According to Johan Ehrstrom, CEO of 5th IoT Middle East 2020, “The conference will focus on how to generate business out of IoT as AI, ML, 5G and Intelligent Automation will fuel IoT adoption and grow exponentially over the coming years. Attendees will have the opportunity to gain the latest knowledge on how to create new revenue streams, market segments, reduce costs and get accuracy into their strategic direction."
Speakers on board include Jihad Tayara, CEO at Evoteq, Dr. Sven Korner, NLP/AI/Deep Learning Researcher from Germany, Anni Iso-Mustajarvi, Head of Business Development at Finlands biggest hospital group Mehilainen, Jassem Nasser, Chief Strategy Officer, Thuraya, Marwan Bindalmook SVP Smart City Operations at du, Christophe Vloebergh Implementation Director at DAIMLER,

New tech like AI and ML needs the data of IoT to deliver accurate analyses and output. IoT adoption is hence expected to grow by two-digit numbers and reach $18 billion in MEA related IoT investments by 2023, as both governmental and private sector companies ramp up their digital transformation capabilities.

The 5th Internet of Things 2020 is a game-changing platform, attracting a full house yearly, addressing the business relevance of technology across multiple verticals. IoT Middle East 2020 is for all who are less interested in the tech-aspects, but eager to future proof strategies, grow the bottom-line impacts and set the direction for the new decade.

Participants can register on www.iot-dxb.com. Registration is still open for USD 745 for conference passes, including materials, case examples, food & beverage and valet, ask for group and management team tickets discounts.

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