15 ways Local Supply Chain will benefit from IoT

15 ways Local Supply Chain will benefit from IoT
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15 ways Local Supply Chain will benefit from IoT

IT and security industry leaders are getting excited by the Internet of Things. Embedded solutions and big data have the real potential to drive revenue growth.

Real-time, constant connection is enabling law enforcement and enterprises to more effectively and transparently protect public safety. With information collected from connected sensors installed throughout smart cities and buildings, police officers and security managers gain valuable insight into activities as they happen. Additionally, before IoT becomes a mature reality, customers have to invest billions into IT infrastructure and analytics.

At All-over-IP Expo 2015, big brands will discuss new business opportunities IoT opens to sales partners and the new value end-customers receive from IoT offerings. See for speakers 2015. See for exhibitors 2015.

November 18, 2015

Andrey Dontsov, Schrack Seconet AG
IP Generation of Fire Alarms

Luca Martelli, Oracle
Unlocking the Potential in the New Digital Economy

Alexey Korzhebin, EVIKA
How IoT Reshapes Building Management and Automation

Baudouin Genouville, Suprema Inc.
Biometrics from 2010 to 2015. Prices and Simplicity Dynamics

Jean-Sebastien Bonte, UTC Fire & Security
Moving from Closed to Open and IP Access Control Solutions

Jaroslav Barton, HID Global
Secure Identity Solutions: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Maarten Mijwaart, Nedap Identification Systems
Identifying Vehicles and People in Future Access Control Systems

November 19, 2015

Zhanna Ermolina, Moscow Metro
Moscow Metro NFC Adoption to Launch Mobile Ticket Service

Anthony Sayers, Dell OEM Solutions EMEA
Realising the Value of the Internet of Things

Miroslav Ohnut, Gemalto
Subscription Management and Future Landscape of IoT Ecosystem

Thomas Lausten, Milestone Systems
How IT Trends Shape Video Surveillance Industry

Alexey Karpinsky, iCore
Smart Healthcare for Smart City

Igor Rudym, Intel
IoT – the Impact on Security and Surveillance Analytics

James McHale, Memoori
How Big Data and IoT Change Intelligent Buildings

Peter Lindström, Axis Communications
Internet of Security Things

Founded in 2008, All-over-IP Expo is a networking platform for global IT, surveillance and security vendors, key local customers and sales partners where they share knowledge and exchange ideas that are financially rewarding for business. All-over-IP Expo brings together major brands to ensure the best marketplace for the latest technology and innovation, and to lead customers to the Next Big Thing.

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