IoT Impact is on again this year and it promises to be bigger and better than last year. It will be held at the Hyatt Regency Sydney from October 15-16.
We will be exhibiting and also entering the IoT Impact Awards again. We received the 2018 IoT Innovation Award for the IND Technology EVFD early fault detection technology for preventing bush fires due to maintenance issues in rural power distribution.
You buy tickets to everything, just selected workshops and the cocktail event that is where the IoT Impact Awards are presented. This is an event that is not to be missed if you are already serious about IoT investment, or want to understand IoT better in order to be able to invest. A recent statistic I heard in one of the IoTAA working groups we contribute to is that a survey of IoT adopters showed that 95% already had a positive ROI from their IoT deployments so far.
I look forward to being there and to meeting you if you come to the exhibits which are open to the public as well as delegates.
And we are very pleased to announce we won the IoT Innovation award 2018.
IoT Innovation Award 2018
This was a great celebration of IoT and we are also pleased for the other category winners. The awards was given for the IND Technology EVFD system that detects faults and problems in SWER electrical distribution systems to help prevent bush fires.
Some more pictures from the night.
IoT Innovation Award 2018 Announcement
IoT Innovation Award 2018 Trophy
IoT Innovation Award 2018 with IoTAA MWG Chair Danielle Kennedy
You can register with our discount code to get a discount on the conference part of the show. The exhibition is free but you need to register. You can register at IoT registration and use discount code IOTsuccessful-C1.
IoT Impact Awards
And some extra news, we are also finalists for the IoT Impact Awards in 2 categories: Enablement in IoT and Innovation in IoT.
IoT Impact Award Finalists
The winners are announced at the IoT Impact cocktail reception which is held at the UTS Tech Lab which will also coincide with the opening.
For the exhibition we will be showing 2 custom IoT devices. The first is the arcHUB Smart Cities Sensor device and the second is a 15 year battery life NB-IoT water meter.