Event: MWC Los Angeles 2019
Dates:22 October 2019 - 24 October 2019
Location:Los Angeles, California, USA
AVSystem is happy to announce its participation in the upcoming MWC Los Angeles 2019 event that will take place in Los Angeles, USA, 22-24 October 2019. This year's edition will feature new technologies such as AI, 5G, data analytics or blockchain that have been actively impacting market growth of various industries over the last few years. As Internet of Things is at the core of the aforementioned technologies, MWC Los Angeles 2019 is definitely a place to learn more about new IoT use cases and explore its potential.
AVSystem will join North America’s leading tech industry event to showcase its product portfolio including its IoT platforms for device management and data orchestration (Coiote IoT Device Management & Coiote IoT Application Enablement). We are also excited to invite you to the speech held by our CEO Slawomir Wolf, who will share AVSystem’s experiences about IoT device management.
Wednesday, October 23, 2019 (Day 2), 11:00 AM, IoT Talks Theater - South Hall, Stand 3147
"Strategy for scaling IoT – efficient IoT device management"
by Slawomir Wolf, CEO at AVSystem
During the speech, we will explain why building a successful IoT strategy needs to have scalability in mind right from the beginning and how to make sure the approach to managing IoT devices is effective thanks to open standards (LwM2M), interoperability and secure architecture.
If you are also joining MWC19 Los Angeles, be sure to pay a visit at AVSystem’s booth #3145 to meet our representatives and learn how we can help you in your IoT ventures. You can also send a meeting request to email@example.com to pre-book a meeting, prior, during or after the event.
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