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bIoTope participates to IoT Week 2018

The annual IoT Week 2018 has been concluded on a positive note in Bilbao, Spain during the week of 4-7 June 2018. The event gathered each year an estimate of 500 participants from research centers, research projects, large industries, SMEs, developers, standards development organizations, policy makers, and IoT enthusiasts alike.

This year, bIoTope participated with the representation of the Aalto University School of Business team at the exhibition booth showcasing the project’s progress and the smart city pilots’ result. The booth has attracted ample attention from our fellow researchers as well as large industries’ key players and sparked interesting discussions surrounding the project an opportunities for new partnerships.

The IoT Week also hosted several keynote speeches and workshops. bIoTope participates in the "IoT and Smart Cities & Communities Platform Convergence" workshop and was proudly represented by Dr. Petra Turkama – Director of CKIR at Aalto Univeristy – who spoke at the session “IoT in Smart Cities and Communities – Insights on Recent Trend and Evolution”. Prof Turkama's presentation titled "Building an IoT Open Innovation Ecosystem for Connected Smart Objects" is available here. Also, Dr Ulrich Fastenrath – Head of Traffic and Routing at BMW – spoke at the sessions “Smart City Interoperability” and “Smart City Northbound Interoperability Break Out”. Dr Fastenrath presentation titled "Autonomous Shared Cars Become Part of IoT: Why and How?" is available here.

A warm thank you to all that participated in the IoT Week 2018 event !

 

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