2nd Annual IoT & Big Data For Utilities 2016 – December 6-7, 2016
Crowne Plaza San Mateo, CA
2016 KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDED:
The 2nd Annual IoT & Big Data for Utilities conference took place on December 6 and 7 in Silicon Valley, CA. This two-day event brought together technology and operations teams from utilities plus consultants and solution providers to discuss key challenges when implementing IoT technology.
The event included expert presentations, interactive panel, and roundtable discussion and provided practical solutions to maintain a successful IoT strategy.
Speaker presentations are available for purchase for $295. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Internet of Things is revolutionizing utilities
Electricity companies – from generation through to transmission and distribution and retail – are investing billions, heavily in the IoT technology – an estimated $201 billion by 2018
The global number of devices being managed by utility companies is projected to grow from 485 million in 2013 to 1.53 billion in 2020
Traditional business models are being eroded, as utilities are using emerging technologies to optimize the flow of information, improve asset performance, increase energy efficiency and ensure supply.
Recent deregulation in many markets has put even more pressure on utilities to manage their costs and remain competitive in the market. IoT is a vital to achieve these aims.
Attend the conference and learn how to utilize IoT to:
- prevent outages and failures
- improve energy efficiency
- improve operational efficiency
- improve maintenance strategies and overall asset health
- improve the user experience
What They Said About our IoT in Oil and Gas conference:
“The IoT in Oil and Gas was a great show. I know I, and
other Microsoft partners, had meaningful conversations with customers.”
-Randy Hoppe, Industry Director – Oil & Gas, Energy and Process Industries, Microsoft
“The venue was intimate and the right contact titles visited our booth. We had over 50 attendees inquire who we were and how we could provide solutions. This event definitely added value to our business.”
-Mark Smith, Business Development, Signal Boosters
“It was a great conference. I enjoyed the content and made some nice connections.”
– Dr. Cory Steffek, Managing Director, North America, Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures
“I really loved the energy and how everyone was collaborative – sharing ideas and helping each other. At a lot of these conferences you get a lot of salespeople that come in and sell their products, whereas this was more about trading ideas, finding answers to issues and talking about the future – how we can tackle some of those real-world challenges.”
-Rick Harlow, Vice President Global IoT M2M Solutions & Business Development, Integron