IESA, along with The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) of Bengaluru will be creating a platform to discuss the Internet of Things (IoT) and new-age technologies
The Indian Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA), has partnered with The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE), Bangalore to host the Fourth edition of IoTNext event to co-learn, discuss and debate and the pace of deployment on the Internet of Things (IoT) and upcoming Technologies.
Scheduled for a two-day event from October 30th and 31st in Bengaluru, IoTNext is all set to engage start-ups, corporates and investors in a vibrant and growing community and provide thought leadership on IoT trends. It aims to mentor and track the progress of around1250 IoT start-ups in India.
IESA and TiE have started an initiative called the IoT Forum wherein the duo will be discussing and raising the IoT quotient of India. Anil Kumar Muniswamy, Chairman, IESA said, “The IoT landscape from sensors to the cloud has been constantly evolving. It is in such deep-dive sessions at IoTNext that we get a perspective on the current scene, the challenges and the upcoming disruptions.” He informed that workshops and related sessions have especially been curated to prepare for the IoT future.
Ravi Gururaj, President TiE Bangalore, stated, “The interdependence of things, data, process and people can create a value chain efficient model for a sustainable living world by integrating different IoT platforms and technologies.” He added that the association encourages the upcoming millennials start-ups in the IoT market through IoTNext 2018, Bengaluru. The event is set to organise a special hardware/IoT security white hacking hackathon industrial IoT by security experts.
Launched in 1992, TiE is a non-profit, global community welcoming entrepreneurs across the world to exchange ideas and provide mentoring, networking, education, incubating and funding. TiE aims to reach out to the next generation of entrepreneurs through programs like TiE Young Entrepreneurs (TYE) and Mentor Match.