Australia’s premier Internet of Things (IoT) industry conference, IoT Impact, is moving to June 9, 2022, in response to the current COVID situation.
The one-day event, to be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, is the major annual conference of Australia’s peak IoT industry body, IoT Alliance Australia (IoTAA).
The event will bring together a wide range of industries and government bodies to discuss the role of IoT in tackling the nation’s challenges – from cyber security to technology skills, energy management, supply chain protection, industry competitiveness, environmental sustainability and healthcare hurdles.
People in business, government and research will get to meet and learn from peers in other sectors.
Speakers will address IoT scalability challenges by laying out a framework for interoperability by design. They will also weigh-in on the debate about cybersecurity laws versus self-regulation and discuss data broking models.
IoTAA CEO Frank Zeichner has previously described the event as a “window on what’s possible with IoT”.
You can still purchase tickets to IoT Impact at the Super Early Bird rate, but availability is limited and time is running out. Prices rise at the end of January, so get in quick!