Shenzhen, China – June 25, 2019 – IoT World China brings industry leaders and influencers from across the globe together to network, learn and interact with groundbreaking IoT innovations. Held in conjunction with ELEXCON, Embedded Expo, EV& Autotronics China and the 5G Summit, IoT World features 60,000 square meters of exhibits and more than 800 exhibitors that are putting IoT technology into action.
It is widely acknowledged that 5G and AI will accelerate the evolution of industry verticals including automotive and industrial sector, generating new revenues and profits through leveraging big data. Security, privacy and big data analytics continue to be key industry challenges. NB-IoT, one of the LPWAN technologies that are supported by all major operators, equipment, chipset and module manufacturers is believed to be able to proliferate IoT applications in vertical market for new business opportunities. All of this and more will be highlighted at IoT World.
Who: Join analyst, strategists, technologists, developers and implementers discuss the latest technology trends and innovations that are rapidly enriching our world. IoT World attendees will have an all access pass to manufacturers of the most creative IoT products, technologies and solutions. Connect, build partnerships and gathering exclusive information with key technology influencers.
When: December 19-21, 2019
Where: Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, Shenzhen
Why: IoT World China will give you a peek into the booming national IoT market and showcase the entire industrial chain of IoT. China is forecast to dominate the IoT market by 2025, and the rapid growth of its IoT sector is attributed to factors such as massive population, increasing urbanization, government support as well as technological advancement especially in smart home appliance, smart city as well as industrial IoT segment. The smart home appliance segment is surging and several major Chinese giants such as Haier, Midea, Gree and Xiaomi capture maximum share of the market. Meanwhile, BAT and three major state-owned telecoms companies have built its own PaaS platforms to support IoT cloud service. Chip makers such as Huawei Hisilicon, Unisoc and Cambricon are rising up and competing with some of the leading players in the industry including ARM, Qualcomm and Cypress etc. With China fully committed to IoT development, find out what are the major technology trends at IoT World China.