May 13 - 14, 2020


Marriott Chicago North West: 4800 Hoffman Blvd, Hoffman Estates, IL


2 days of Education

IoT Innovation North America Overview

IoT Innovation North America is a conference specifically focused on the latest, cutting edge, innovative IoT projects and technology on the market. Born from the first IoT event in the United States, IoT North America, this event will cover advanced IoT technologies using artificial intelligence, 5G networks, Blockchain, advanced IoT sensor technology, fiber optics, Big Data, The Cloud, Edge Computing, enhanced security, and advanced technologies that are taking the connected world to a new level.

IoT Innovation North America will feature two days of educational sessions, an exhibit hall, and numerous networking opportunities to engage with speakers, sponsors, and fellow attendees. Learn from the leading technical innovators about the latest developments on how IoT is being applied and deployed to optimize processes, products, and everyday life.

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IoT Innovation North America offers attendees and exhibitors an unparalleled opportunity to get the latest news directly from our exhibitors, speakers, and attendees as you take advantage of our network.   Now available to all attendees is our proprietary 1×1 Meeting platform, which is used in hundreds of events each year.  This allows you to see everyone else who wants to take part. Invite them to a meeting, and if they accept, you will enjoy 30 minutes of uninterrupted conversation at a specific time and location.   This is how networking is done at the best conferences, and your time with us will be really well spent.

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MIPI Alliance Opens Access to Nine Debug and Trace Specifications

The MIPI Alliance, an international organization that develops interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced industries, has announced that its debug and trace specifications are now publicly available for download. MIPI debug and trace specifications give device developers a standard, layered set of interfaces

First All-Metamaterial Optical Gas Sensor for IoT Applications

Researchers have developed the first fully-integrated, non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) gas sensor enabled by specially engineered synthetic materials known as metamaterials. The sensor has no moving parts, requires little energy to operate and is among the smallest NDIR sensors ever created. The sensor

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Early bird pass before March 6th, 2020: $750.    Full Rate Pass After March 6th, 2020: $895.   Onsite Rate Begins May 13th, 2020: $1095

Event Location

Marriott Chicago North West
4800 Hoffman Blvd.
Hoffman Estates, Ill.

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