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IoT as part of the Digital India mission. There is a ₹7,000-crore budget to develop 100 smart cities, conserve water and power, and improve healthcare, transportation, and security. Indian IoT market is expected to reach $15 billion by 2020 and constitute 5 percent of the global market. Investing in IoT will boost our economy on par with global leaders. IoT will bring in investments, create jobs and improve Indian public infrastructure. The one day conference will discuss what is required to close the value chain of IoT in public and private and propel India towards becoming a smarter India.

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Agenda

10:35 - 11:30
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Panel Discussion I : Doubling Farmer’s Income with IoT

  • How IoT based tools can help the Farmers

  • Growing adoption of the Internet of Things in improving farming practice

  • How to accomplish higher levels of IoT based productions

  • Future directions for technical & business development

12:50 - 13:50
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14:45 - 15:40
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Panel Discussion III : The Digital Revolution: IoT, 5G & Beyond

India is at the cusp of a digital revolution powered by increasing broadband and internet penetration, exponential data uptake, the Government’s focus on digitalisation and increasing trend of technology adoption across industries. The arrival of 5G technology would bring inexceptionally fast speeds, maximum connectivity, ultra-low latency, ubiquitous coverage, along with some other notable benefits which would make IoT far more superior and effective than what it is now. IoT devices would now become more efficient by getting integrated with this smart next-gen network, thereby delivering superior experiences. India is at the cusp of a digital revolution powered by increasing broadband and internet penetration, exponential data uptake, the Government’s focus on digitalisation and increasing trend of technology adoption across industries. The arrival of 5G technology would bring inexceptionally fast speeds, maximum connectivity, ultra-low latency, ubiquitous coverage, along with some other notable benefits which would make IoT far more superior and effective than what it is now. IoT devices would now become more efficient by getting integrated with this smart next-gen network, thereby delivering superior experiences.

16:10 - 17:00
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Panel Discussion IV : Intelligent Transport Systems for the Connected Consumer

  • What are the newest innovations in this market?

  • The benefits for this kind of IoT integration speak for themselves; reduced traffic, safer roads, streamlined traffic management etc., but is the connectivity there to enable it and is the cost worth the reward?

  • How IoT can enable better managed transport services with the growth in populations

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Venue

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The Lalit Hotel, Delhi, India

Contact Us

For Speaker and Partnership Opportunities Contact

Nilotpal 

9810672906 nilotpal@iamai.in

For Delegates & Exhibition Space Contact

Shivani Kashyap

9654855596 / Shivanik@iamai.in