Are you a women who works with Internet of Things (IoT) technology? This is your chance to share your insights about IoT, learn about your peers’ experiences with IoT and raise your industry profile – all in one hour!

The Australian publication IoT Hub is inviting women working with Internet of Things (IoT) technology to be part of a one-hour roundtable discussion about IoT on September 5 at the Victorian Innovation Hub on Collins Street, Docklands, in Melbourne. The event will be part of the Victorian Government's Digital Innovation Festival.

You’ll get to discuss the IoT issues you think are most important to Australian organisations – and see your views published online in a special roundtable report by IoT Hub.

Perhaps you think more education is needed about certain IoT topics? Maybe you don’t think there is enough focus on the business outcomes of IoT? What IoT challenges are you facing and what IoT successes have you had? Join the public dialogue about this important and fast-evolving technology trend.

The roundtable will be hosted by IoT Hub’s Editor, William Maher. William has more than 20 years’ experience writing about technology as a journalist, editor and corporate writer, and is part of the team that hosted the IoT Festival in Melbourne in 2019.

Express your interest in attending the roundtable here!