Past Events

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March 2015

2 – 5 March : Mobile World Congress, Barcelona

Seven Machina Research analysts will attend.

Jim Morrish will moderate a session entitled 'Realising the Enterprise IoT Opportunity' (Tuesday 3rd March, 14:00-15:30)

Godfrey Chua will host a fireside chat on IoT and moderate a panel discussion on ‘Everything is Connected: Enabling IoT’ (Thursday 5th March, 11.30-13.00) 

Godfrey will also chair a session at the GSMA's Connected Living Seminar, which is on Wednesday from 2pm-6.30pm in hall CC1.1

Mobile World Congress

11 – 12 March : IoT15 - The Internet of Things Forum, Cambridge

Matt Hatton will speak at the BLN event in Cambridge

IoT15 - The Internet of Things Forum

24 – 25 March : IoT Nexus: Connectivity, London

Emil Berthelsen will participate in the Technology Update panel discussion.

IoT Nexus: Connectivity

26 March : Webinar - Bringing together four pillars of innovation in IoT: the Kalay platform

Emil Berthelsen joins ThroughTek and the AllSeen Alliance to discuss the key challenges in IoT.

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27 March : Webinar - A new agenda item for enterprise executives: Enterprise IoT

Emil Berthelsen joins Dan Murphy of VP Marketing ThingWorx and Anthony Moffa, Manager Global Data Services & Integration Tyco Safety Products to discuss Enterprise IoT. Whether the Internet of Things (IoT) has just started to pique your interest or you are evaluating different IoT solutions, one thing is for certain — IoT is the technology of the future. IoT isn’t just a technology that connects sensors and devices; it creates opportunities for enterprises to develop new business models, customer engagement structures and revenue streams.

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30 March : Forecasting the Internet of Things market opportunity - webinar

In this free webinar Emil Berthelsen and Jim Morrish will unveil our research on the overall IoT market opportunity, its size, structure and growth over the next ten years. This webinar was previously scheduled for 19th February.

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