Internet of Things (IoT) Summit at RWW2019
20-21 January 2019 // Orlando, Florida, USA

The Internet of Things Meets the Internet of Space

Call for Participation in the 2nd IEEE IoT Vertical and Topical Summit to be held January 20th -21st, 2019 as part of RWW2019

The Summit is a call to action for those interested in the science, engineering, and deployment of space and terrestrial components, products, and services that are important to the emerging Space Infrastructure and to the Internet of Things. The theme for the Summit is “The Internet of Things (IoT) Meets the Internet of Space (IoS)” and explores the essential role that Space Based Communications and Sensor Systems play in making IoT a reality. The goal of the IEEE Initiative is to advance and nurture the adoption of IoT for the benefit of society. The Summit is an opportunity to participate with your colleagues in sharing experiences and knowledge about IoT and IoS where the combination of components, and technologies can solve some of the challenges posed by the wide range of IoT application and requirements. It is also a chance to chart the future evolution of the technology that will enable effective radio transmitter and receiver performance and wireless systems to support the diverse demands of IoT.

We look forward to a balanced participation from industry, the public sector, and the research community at the event. Join with recognized pioneers, leaders and experts in Wireless Technologies and IoT from the Commercial World, Academia, and Government, for the exiting program of presentations, panels, and working group discussions. The Summit will address: what IoT and IoS are about; how IoT applications are enabled by IoS; why Space based systems are crucial for IoT; where the ground-based systems for IoT fit in with space-based assets; and what future steps the community can take, by convening the IoT Topical Working Group on “The Internet of Space.”

Please join us for this day and a half conference. You can register through the RWW2019 Website:


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