Connected Living Seminar: Mobilising the Internet of Things

Start: Tuesday 27 May 2014 12:06 pm

End: Thursday 29 May 2014 12:06 pm

Venue: Hotel Radisson Montevideo Victoria Plaza

Plenary Meeting Montevideo – Uruguay 27th May 2014

The Internet of Things (IoT) and the Machine to Machine (M2M) market is developing quickly, both in Latin America and worldwide, with annual connections growing at an average rate of 38%. By the end of 2014 there are expected to be over 250m M2M connections (Source GSMAi 2014). Connected Living is beginning to scale with operators, service providers, partner industries and governments rapidly implementing innovative new solutions delivering both direct financial and wider socio economic benefits.

This half day Connected Living seminar provides detailed sessions on:-

  • GSMA vision for 2020 and the Internet of Things
  • Connected Living programme priorities for 2014/15
  • Maximising the value of the connected world through IP networks
  • Future network and service capabilities enabling more value solutions
  • Public sector strategy for successful mHealth deployments

The Connected Living seminar brings together global and regional experts to focus on the real issues and opportunities created by mobilising the Internet of Things. The seminar will conclude with a fully interactive panel session where delegates will get a chance to question and debate with leading authorities such as:  Jeanine Vos, Executive Director, Connected Living Programme, GSMA ; Andrea Mas, Executive Director of Advanced Technology Policy, Cisco; Jose Aranda, Technical Director Latin America,GSMA and Katia Galavane, eGovernment, Telefonica Brasil.

For more information and registration:

http://www.gsma.com/latinamerica/es/plenary-meeting-41