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What is the focus of the association IoT Business Hub?
The association IoT Business Hub has the intention to use novel technologies with United Nations' (UN) Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) in mind to make the world a better place to live. The association is politically neutral and strives for gender-equality. In particular, the trending technologies such as IoT and AI are in the focus of the association.
The combination of AI and IoT possesses an enormous potential to transform work in application areas like Smart Buildings, Industry 4.0, Smart City, Healthcare, Logistics, Retail, and Agriculture. Unfortunately, missing capabilities for interaction and interoperability of individual components hinder progress and scalability of the business models. Such components include sensor and actuator devices, communication systems and gateways, provisioning and security schemes, data representations, and service platforms (clouds). Typically, isolated optimization of such individual components does not yield an optimal solution on the system level. Furthermore, the multi-dimensional fragmentation, introduced by the focus on components, leads to unnecessary complexity. As a result, this complexity severely limits the scalability and adoption of systems.
The Association “IoT Business Hub” has a strong commitment to bring together partners from research, business and society based on disrupting innovation in trending technologies such as IoT and AI. Components from various even competing providers shall collaborate within the hub to create scale and lower the complexity of the underlying technologies that have the potential to allow a considerable effort in sustainability in our daily life. Bridging the gap between Switzerland's well-established ecosystem in the application fields and emerging technologies and the rest of the world promise to reap a large return on investment for companies within the technology ecosystem.
Can we expect interesting key-notes?
Among the confirmed speakers are the director of new Business of Canton Zurich, Hawle Amaturen, Belimo, Gritec, Miromico, CyOne, Microsoft, Roche, and ETH Zurich.
The Director of New Business in Kanton Zurich, Dr. Matthias Inauen opens the event with a key-note of the Technology Ecosystem of Canton Zurich.
Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland at the tip of Lake Zurich and is home to 548’000 foreign residents who make up 43 percent of the canton’s total population, according to 2019 statistics from the Swiss Federal Statistical Office. The city also accounts for 30 percent of Switzerland’s total number of startups.
Hawle Amaturen is a leading production and trading company of valves, regulating valves, fittings, flanges and fittings for municipal gas and water supply at home and abroad. Saim Arslan, the Head of Research & Development at Hawle Amaturen, will talk about IoT Smart Water Metering use cases.
Belimo has earned the place of the market leader to build damper actuators, control valves and sensors that solve comfort and energy challenges. The key-note provided by Belimo will focus on Smart Buildings.
The rest of the key-note speakers will cover topics among security, smart logistics, and 6G communications.
Is there an exhibition area?
Five months before the event, IoT Business Hub has confirmed over 8 exhibiting partners including Hawle Amaturen, Belimo, Miromico, Gritec, ST-Microelectonics, Avnet Silica, Cyone, and Digital Republic. All of them will showcase examples of how the Internet of Things, Artificial intelligence, and other technologies will impact our daily life to become more sustainable.