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The IoT Comic Book is a publication form the IoT Forum to communicate the Internet of Things in a simple and fun way.
The IoT Forum is a global organisation. Our roots are in Europe, but we have members from around the globe.
In June 2013 the IoT Forum was founded at the IoT Week 2013 in Helsinki. 14 Founding Members from 3 continents made it happen.
Promote international dialogue and cooperation on the Internet of Things
Organize events and conferences, such as the IoT Week
Develop activities and synergies with and among its members
It supports the development of a worldwide interoperable Internet of Things, addressing technology barriers, business and societal challenges to create the conditions for a truly worldwide Internet of Things ecosystem and market. It does this through promoting international dialogue and cooperation on the Internet of Things between diverse actors from industry, research and government and across sectors.
The IoT Forum will be present with a booth at CeBIT 2016, 14 – 18 March, in Hannover. We will be located in the IoT/M2M Pavilion, together with other IoT-related booths, including IoT Lab, Device Gateway and Dunavnet. Any IoT Forum member interested to visit the CEBIT exhibition is invited to contact us. We would >> Read More...
09h -17h Wednesday 9th December 2015 European Commission, DG Connect (VIP Room), Avenue de Beaulieu 5, Brussels (Belgium) Are you an innovative player in the European Future Internet arena? Do you want to discover how the FIRE initiative can help boost your R&D efforts, discover novel networking approaches, reduce time to market and create broader >> Read More...
SUBMISSION DUE DATE: 10 December 2014 (full paper) INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON Data Analytics for Dynamic Environments (DADE2015) (http://kat.ee.surrey.ac.uk/DADE2015/index.html) held in conjunction with the 2015 IEEE 81st Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2015-spring) that will take place between 11 to 14 May 2015 at the University of Strathclyde, in Glasgow, Scotland. Scope: This workshop will explore the data >> Read More...