The Internet of Things Week 2015 will take place 16-18 June 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal.
The core programme of the IoT week runs from 16th June to 18th June with side events happening 15th June and 19th June. The three core days are split into Research, Industry and Innovation - one day for each. Alongside all three days there is also an exhibition and hackathon (more to follow soon).
The IoT Week 2015 also includes an IoT hackathon – the first ever in Portugal. IoT Hackathons are melting pots of hands-on innovation and excellence where the IoT tech wizards create the magnificent IoT solutions.
The main exhibition area is situated in a high visibility area of the venue. If you are interested in exhibition space - please get in touch.The exhibition proposals will be collected and evaluated by the IoT Week secretariat. The collection closes 31st March
Registrations are open with Early Bird set for May, 15th 2015. You can say that we have discount and special registration for plenary speakers, session organisers, session presenters/speakers, European Commission personnel and UNINOVA/UNL participants.
June 12th-13th: the best night (extending throughout the weekend) to be in Lisbon of the whole year. Don't miss it!!!
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You can participate by proposing a session that you organize and run. You can organize an exhibition space to present your project, ideas or products and services. Or you can just join the IoT Week as a participant.
The IoT Week originated in the IoT European Research Cluster (IERC) and has become the pre-eminent event in Europe attracting industry and research from around the world to showcase and discuss the Internet of Things of today and of the future. Since 2014 the IoT Week is organised by the IoT Forum, jointly with a local host chosen by the members of the IoT Forum.
The IoT Week 2015 takes place exactly on the week after the best night to be in Lisbon in the whole year: the night of June 12th to 13th (that extends throughout the weekend)! Every year the city of Lisbon celebrates the day of its patron saint, St. Anthony, and hosts a diverse program that combines traditional and folk events, with other more recent and eclectic ones. Be sure not to miss, if you can! Please book flights and accommodations ahead as it tends to get scarce and expensive as time passes by!!