Is your organisation breaking new ground with its Internet of Things (IoT) project or research? Do you have deep IoT insights or expertise to share?

We are now inviting speakers for the 2020 IoT Festival at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on June 4.

The IoT Festival brings together buyers and sellers of IoT from across multiple industries to learn from each other, make new contacts and raise the profile of their orgnisations.

In 2019, the event attracted more than 500 IoT buyers and sellers, who heard from the likes of Microsoft, BMW, Transurban, Boral, Melbourne Water, Telstra, Cisco, KPMG, City of Melbourne and many others (see coverage).

At the 2020 event, we aim to provide a deeper look at real-world IoT work. We are looking for speakers that can discuss the realities of IoT, including key issues to consider, business benefits, key challenges and their successes.

Invitations are open to organisations that are:

  • Involved in IoT projects – for example, are using or deploying IoT systems (technology vendors may put forward customers that can talk about their IoT projects)
  • Involved in research or development that’s directly relevant to IoT – for example, to expand the capabilities of connected devices, analytics, artificial intelligence, sensors and automation
  • Experts in the use of artificial intelligence, machine learning or cybersecurity with IoT, particularly real-world IoT projects
  • Please do not submit sales pitches for products or services.

Your organisation might operate in one of these industries/sectors:

  • Transport
  • Logistics
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Resources/mining
  • Property/construction
  • Retail
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Agriculture
  • Manufacturing
  • Or another sector.

To be considered as a speaker, provide your details here. The deadline for submissions is 29 February, 2020.

Organisations can guarantee a speaking spot by sponsoring the IoT Festival. Click here to enquire about sponsorship.