Hypernet of Things (HOT) 2020
Event submitted on Wednesday, November 4th 2020, approved by Content Team ✓
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The term “the Internet of things” was coined by Kevin Ashton of Procter & Gamble, later MIT’s Auto-ID Center, in 1999 where smartphones don’t exist yet. Today, we have ubiquitous mobile connectivity with infrastructure that combines the internet, microservices, sensors, WiFi, 5G & other wireless technologies (which we call the “Hypernet”). We now in the age of the Hypernet-of-Things, where everyday objects or “things” have built-in intelligence that collects, connect & communicates over the hypernet to create AI-driven digital services, new customer experiences & business models that can scale & adapt to the new normal.
HoT 2020 Conference & Expo is curated as the platform for members and solution providers to showcase their capabilities on intervention & digital-first strategies, in manufacturing & services sectors, on transforming their operations. With the impending roll-out of 5G and LPWAN in verticals such as agriculture, city halls and municipalities, public and private facilities and asset management, e-fulfillment and logistics, security and border control, TVET, and many others, are more inclined to take their first step onto 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) & accelerate their journey towards digitalization.
IoT Experience Centre @ HOT 2020 Virtual Conference & Expo A dynamic showcase on IoT connected with deployment of sensors, gateway, and AI; covering building management, asset monitoring, city monitoring, agriculture monitoring, automotive tracking, and monitoring, will be jointly integrated by MyIoTA to provide SMEs and visitors with the first-hand experience on Industry 4.0-transformed production process, and intelligent facility management.