IoT Middle East 2020 focusses on Driving Innovation and Improving Sustainability
Dubai, UAE: An impressive line-up of partners and speakers addressed industry peers and stakeholders on utilising the IoT landscape to drive innovation at the 5th Internet of Things 2020, held at Armani Hotel Dubai.
The keynote addressed how AI has made business more profitable with Dr. Sven Korner and using semantic processing to interpret data to deliver real knowledge.
Marwan bin Dalmook, SVP, ICT Commercial and Business Development and Smart City Operations, du got in conversation with Dr. Muneer Zuhdi, Partner at Bell Labs by Nokia on digitization, redefining business models and 5G.
Jihad Tayara, CEO at Evoteq spoke about Smart homes, Office of the Future and smarter cities followed by Karl Feilder, Founder and Chairman of Neural Fuels presented AIoT cases on sustainable business models and mitigating climate change through technology.
Jassem Nasser, Chief Strategy Officer, Thuraya talked about the growing role of innovative applications before the panel discussions on monetizing IoT within ecosystems followed by Christophe Vloebergh presenting Daimler AG’s vision on the Future of Mobility.
Faraz Mehdi, Regional Sales head, eufy Security by ANKER spoke about the current challenges of home security, privacy of data, Ai in home security and ease of use with Smart Home Eco System followed by Fadi Hindi delivering a key note on the Future of the Workforce.
Markku Willenius, Dean of Dubai Future Academy concluded the conference with a keynote on how to harness new technologies for human good and progress and how UAE will play a significant role as a testbed for resource efficient and adaptive economies.
Other notable speakers included Brian deFrancesca, Ahmed Kawakbi, Danish Farhan, Janne Kilpelainen, Dr. Mohammed Al Awadhi, Richard Estephan, Balaji Nambi and Fadi Hindi.
The cross-industry C-level conference brought together forward-thinking experts sharing insights on business, technology and organizational transformation to leverage new business and new eco-systems with a focus on how to generate business out of IoT, AI, ML and Intelligent automation.
New tech like AI and ML needs the data of IoT to deliver accurate analyses and output. IoT adoption is hence expected to grow by two-digit numbers and reach $18 billion in MEA related IoT investments by 2023, as both governmental and private sector companies ramp up their digital transformation capabilities.
The 5th Internet of Things 2020 is a game-changing platform, attracting over 400 attendees yearly, addressing the business relevance of technology across multiple verticals.