Software development conference: Call for Proposals for “building IoT”

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Software development conference: Call for Proposals for “building IoT”

The software development conference “building IoT” will be held in Essen from March 2 to 4, 2020. For the fifth time, the conference will shed a light on topics connected to the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0.

The main focus will be on the technical implementations in enterprise environments. The conference covers basics and central aspects, while giving room to present important theories, tools and experiences to broaden potential of existing infrastructures.
“building IoT” is organized by heise Developer, the online channel for software development, dpunkt.verlag, publisher of reference books for the professional computing scene, and iX, the magazine for professional information technology. The event consists of two conference days and one workshop day. Among the topics for which the organizers are looking for talks and workshops are:

  • Concepts and basics
  • Fundamentals in hardware, electronics and IT for software developers
  • Prototyping, modeling and architecture of IoT systems
  • IoT and Big Data, handling of data streams and analysis thereof
  • Testing complex IoT systems
  • User interfaces, UX
  • Machine Learning in the context of IoT
  • IIoT and specific requirements
  • Industry 4.0
  • Smart Home
  • Protocols and communication standards
  • Sensors, actuators
  • Blockchain and Smart Contracts
  • Security and Safety
  • Experiences from current and completed projects that have implemented basic IoT approaches and related concepts (project organisation)

The organizers are looking for proposals for regular (45 minutes) and longer (75 minutes) talks. The trainings are scheduled for a duration of 7 hours (full-day workshops).
Deadline for all proposals is September 25, 2019. The finalized program will be available by December. For accepted speakers the organizers will book hotel rooms and cover traveling expenses. You can find the online form for proposals here.

Author: Tim Cole
Image Credit: building IoT

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