Among the fastest technological evolutions and certainly the most remarkable of last years, the Internet of Objects (IoT) and Mobility – in every sense – will catch modern decision makers’ attention for sure. Indeed, it is clear that connected and mobile objects’ omnipresence represents a major challenge for organizations since their infrastructures and ICT networks are now opening to new types of systems and applications, with unknown constraints until then in terms of performance, reliability, disponibility and security in particular. Because who says IoT inescapably thinks of widely spread and permanently connected platforms.
WHERE AND WHEN ?
To apprehend those evolutions and understand those technologies’ big stakes, Mark-Com Event offers on May 31st 2018 in Namur Expo, in parallel of the 2018 ICT Infrastructure trade show, an event exclusively dedicated to IoT and Mobility. This event builds up on 2017 ICT Infrastructure Forum in May 2017 in Palais des Congrès of Namur and on 2017 Security Forum that took place in the end of last October in Château Bayard of Dhuy (Namur).
By 2020, IoT will represent no fewer than 20.4 billions of connected objects, that is to say a market evaluated to 2.000 billions of dollars. And if IoT applications will be largely mainstream, fields like industry, transports, public sector (intelligent cities, etc.) and health will be also widely impacted.