Doctorpreneurs are excited to be partnering with the IoT Tech Expo World Series! The three upcoming global events in Germany, Santa Clara and London will highlight the most innovative advancements in technologies that are affecting IoT.

Europe’s leading IoT conference, the IoT Tech Expo Germany will be arriving in Berlin’s Congress Center on 13-14 June 2016 for two days of top-level content and discussion, introducing and exploring the latest innovations in the Internet of Things arena.

IoT Expo will then be travelling to San Francisco, North America on 20-21st October 2016 before returning to Doctorpreneurs’ hometown London on 23-24 January 2017!

There will be case studies and 5 dedicated conference tracks covering the entire Internet of Things ecosystem including Smart Cities, Connected Living, Developing & IoT Technologies, Connected Industry and Data & Security, in addition to a free exhibition.

Bringing together over 4,000 attendees from across the entire IoT industry with representatives from sectors including government, energy, education, transportation, healthcare, manufacturing, M2M and many more, this event is not to be missed. The IoT Tech Expo is set to showcase the most cutting edge technologies from more than 100 exhibitors and provide insight from over 200 speakers sharing their unparalleled industry knowledge and real-life experiences.

For your FREE expo passes or to register for workshops check out: http://www.iottechexpo.com

Doctorpreneurs members can take advantage of an exclusive 20% discount on tickets and can also be in a chance to win free Gold passes to any of the conferences – sign up to our mailing list to find out more!

 

About The Author

Hiba Saleem
Partnerships Director

Hiba is currently a medical student in her penultimate year at Imperial College London and graduated with First Class Honours in her intercalated Management Degree at Imperial College Business School. She has a keen interest in healthcare policy, medical start-ups and driving innovation using technology. She is currently working for the Centre for Health Policy at the Institute of Global Health Innovation on a longterm project evaluating secondary care health models and the CCG tariff structure.

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