IEEE Bangalore Section, in partnership with NASSCOM CoE IoT, TSDSI, TiE Bangalore, IEEE Computer Society (Bangalore Section), IEEE Power & Energy Society (Bangalore Section), IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society – India, IEEE Women in Engineering (Bangalore Section) and IEEE Young Professionals (Bangalore Section), is organizing the 6th edition of IEEE SmartTech from 2-3 August 2019 in Hotel Sterlings MAC, Bangalore.
Electromobility is envisioned as a key component of the future mobility ecosystem. Urban roads are, therefore, set to see more and more electric vehicles, ranging from scooters and cars to transporters and trucks. However, this transformation in the mobility space goes far beyond just using vehicles with an electric engine. It also holds the opportunity of developing new kinds of orchestrated solutions through a digital reimagination of the end-to-end value chain as part of a connected, shared, and collaborative mobility ecosystem.
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IEEE SmartTech is a flagship event of IEEE Bangalore Section. It is held annually as part of the Industry Relations program of the Section; where technology leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and thought provokers share their passion in addressing impactful problems, and vision on futuristic technologies that will/may disrupt/impact our way of working and living.
The theme, for this edition of the workshop, is on “The Future of ElectroMobility in a Connected, Shared and Smart Ecosystem”.
The target audience would be mostly industry professionals from various tech companies. This event generally attracts a large audience of around 200 participants.
This edition of IEEE SmartTech will set the forum to understand technologies and challenges for sustainable city-scale mobility in general, and electromobility in specific; and how they will disrupt and impact our way of working and living.