In 2018 the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona does not only attract manufacturers and suppliers from the mobile communications industry, but also representatives and companies of the “Internet of Things” in addition to network operators, developers and mobile communications equipment suppliers.
Under the title “IoT & 5G Use Cases“, interested trade fair visitors are invited to attend a presentation and podium discussion of new IoT products and concepts in the auditorium of Hall 4 on the grounds of MWC 2018 on March 1. Numerous trade and professional guests promise interesting insights and outlooks.
Lenovo with new, own IoT department
Lenovo used the international attention of the event to announce the establishment of its own IoT department.
“Our goal is to earn customers’ trust as the world’s most trusted data center and communications infrastructure provider, unencumbered by the protectionism seen from providers driving proprietary and expensive legacy solutions.” – Kirk Skaugen (EVP Lenovo).
Besides at the Mobile World Congress 2018:
- Generating Value Through IoT And Big Data
Mobile operators are becoming increasingly successful in establishing services to commercialise their anonymised data, and offering high value, scalable data-driven services. The real benefits can be seen today in the positive changes this makes to people’s lives.
- Transforming Communities with Internet of Things (IoT)
The proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming communities around the world. Building smart communities and realising the related societal benefits anticipated with progress in this industry requires more than just technology.
- Privacy Challenges In The Internet Of Things
Providing Consumers With Transparency And Control In A Connected World: Hyperconnectivity is the future, and that means all manner of devices will be collecting data about consumers’ tastes, behaviours and activities like never before.
- How to keep the Internet of Things Ecosystem connected and safe
Learn the risks inherent in multiple, complex and inter-connected systems. You will engage with exhibitors who are tackling these issues head-on by developing proactive security measures in processes, coding, passwords, encryption and other techniques.