Visit IoTzone at Connect EXPO for advice and a free handbook
Monday, 18 April, 2016
Connect EXPO is being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 19–20 April 2016. Consisting of a large-scale trade show with themed technology zones, combined with a multistreamed conference program, the event will feature a wide range of exhibitors, including connectivity solutions provider IoTzone.
IoTzone — powered by GLYN provides Internet of Things connectivity and cloud platform solutions to a wide range of Australian and New Zealand industries, such as smart cities, smart agriculture, smart energy/utilities, smart transportation, smart manufacturing and many more. IoTzone encourages Connect EXPO attendees to share their business challenges and upcoming projects so the company can provide insights on how to improve profitability, reduce costs and stay compliant with the adoption of IoT technology.
IoTzone’s key partners, Telit and Robustel, will also join the stand. Telit offers a broad portfolio of integrated products and services for end-to-end IoT deployments — including cellular communication modules in all technologies, GNSS, short-range wireless modules, IoT connectivity plans and IoT platform services. Robustel is an industrial-grade cellular router and modem manufacturer and IoT solutions provider.
As a special offer, IoTzone will provide a hardbound copy of Telit’s IoT Executive Handbook 2016 to stand visitors. The handbook brings together articles by about 30 authors, including industry leaders, start-up founders, scientists, analysts, journalists and writers, who all talk about IoT and its technological, economic and social impact. Limited copies are available, so the book will be given out on first-come, first-served basis.
For the opportunity to receive your handbook and discuss your business IoT use case, visit IoTzone at Stand #40. To register for the show, go to http://connectexpo.com.au/.
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