Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 11:00:00 AM Online event

Join us on live on October 29th @12pm ET:
Join us for an interactive discussion between leaders and community members on today's most relevant topics impacting people, organizations, and industries across the globe. We welcome an exclusive panel of industry and domain experts who will provide insight into how they are approaching these topics and also help address your most pressing questions.

Episode #14 The Future of the Internet of Things (IoT)
Internet-of-things (IoT) solutions transform many aspects of the enterprise, including differentiating product design, enhancing operational processes, and enabling new business models. Join our panel of industry leaders to hear about their key predictions for IoT in 2021 — driven by new technologies, networks, and business models — and assess the impact these will have on our businesses.

-Learn about our key predictions for IoT in 2021.
-Consider the implications of 5G, smart displays, new business models, and security on your IoT deployments.
-Discuss ways in which this market is changing, and get early indications of the trends to watch.

In addition, our panelists will address questions by our attendees during the session.

Our Panelists:
-Dan Mo| Director of T-Mobile Program at Syniverse
-Daniel Herb | VP of Products at Vapor IO
-Amit Dangare | Director of Data Science at Novelis

Your Host:
-Dhwani Rao | Solutions Consultant at Pandera

-Panelists introduction
-Panelists discussion
-Open Q & A with the audience

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