The IoT Community® (Internet of Things Community®), the world’s largest community of corporate executives, IoT professionals and practitioners, and foremost IoT thought leadership association, today announced its schedule for the first half of 2021 of exclusive IoT Slam events commencing April 9th, in celebration of World IoT Day 2021, and the IoT Slam Live 2021, commencing June 24th held in partnership with the IEEE World Forum on the Internet of Things (June 20 – 24 2021), held at the Hilton Hotel, New Orleans Riverside, 2 Poydras Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
IoT Day Slam 2021: April 9th, 2021, Online
The IoT Day Slam 2021 online conference (fourteenth IoT Slam branded event) will be delivered in real-time via virtual broadcast; attendees can tune in live to the stream globally via the internet and interact with speakers and other attendees. All proceedings are recorded and made available on-demand via https://iotpractitioner.com.
IoT Slam Live 2021, June 24th, 2021, New Orleans, LA, USA and Online
The IoT Slam Live 2021 conference, marks the return of the in-person IoT Slam® series of events, commencing June 24th 2021, held in New Orleans, USA and broadcast online. The event is organized in partnership with the IEEE Internet of Things World Forum, June 20 – 24th pursuant to the announcement of its collaboration with IEEE. The partnership is an important step for both organizations, respective members and the industry as a whole.
Conference Themes & Topics for H1 2021:
- Vertical focus: Healthcare, Retail, Automotive
- Industrial IoT and Manufacturing
- Edge (Connect, Compute, Controls)
- Smart Cities, Buildings, and Society
- Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- Communications and Connectivity
- Computing and Information Processing
- Security and Privacy and Trust
- Diversity, fairness and inclusion
David Hill, Executive Director of the Internet of Things Community (IoT Community) said, “We are excited to announce our 2021 plans for the IoT Slam conference series. Our annual IoT Day Slam 2021 virtual event, April 9th in celebration of World IoT Day and the IoT Slam Live in New Orleans events, will provide a proven platform to share the best IoT thought leadership that enables IoT industry leaders to engage, demonstrating how their use of IoT, and tools such as 5G, AI and the Edge, are transforming business, culture and society. I invite all intelligent edge and IoT practitioners to join us and present their impactful solutions, use cases, experiences, and thought leadership at these marquee events.”
IoT Day Slam 2021 Call for Papers
To be considered as a speaker for the IoT Day Slam 2021 VIRTUAL conference, submit a proposal by March 1st 2021 at: https://iotslam.com/iot-day-slam-2021-call-for-papers/
IoT Slam Live 2021 Call for Papers
To be considered as a speaker for the IoT Slam Live 2021 IN-PERSON conference, submit a proposal by April 15th 2021 at: https://iotslam.com/iot-slam-live-2021-paper-submission/
“We’re pleased to announce our next premiere IoT Community events – the fourteenth and fifteenth in the series of IoT Slam conferences,” said Dr. Tom Bradicich, Hewlett Packard Fellow, HPE, and Chair of the IoT Community Advisory Board. “As IT and OT converge, intelligent edges and IoT deployments are rapidly affording new business and as-a-Service delivery models. To this end, our IoT Day Slam 2021 virtual event will be replete with insightful approaches to advancing business outcomes. I invite all IoT and edge-to-cloud practitioners to join us and share their impactful solutions, use cases, experiences, and thought leadership. With IoT and edge technology deployments continuing to deliver improved business and societal results, it’s the right season to collaborate with the IEEE as co-host of our 2021 IoT Slam Live event. Representing over 100 years of engineering, technology, and science, the IEEE has a heritage of disseminating and influencing the best in technical innovation. This IEEE – IoT Community partnership is a potent combination, which better serves our respective members and advances the IoT and edge-to-cloud industries.”