By the end of 2020, there will be over 15 billion connected devices in IoT. Of those, approximately one-third will be critically dependent on geolocation data, and 60% will potentially include GeoData in the application.
These Machina Research estimates, revealed at Geo IoT World 2016, give an idea of the importance of the “Geo IoT” market addressed by the conference.
Knowing LOCATION and CONTEXT of sensors and devices increases the benefits of IoT and opens unlimited new use cases to enhance customers’ experience, improve service quality, reduce operational expenses and risks, etc. across every sector.
In its second edition, Geo IoT World will explore further the power of location at the intersection of IoT and analytics.
Geo IoT in 2017
The prospects for Geo IoT innovation in 2017 are very exciting. Indoors, the new breed of radio technologies keeps its promise for RTLS (Real-Time Locating Systems). The UWB (Ultra-wideband) radio technology offers great opportunities to deploy high-accuracy low-cost indoor location in a broad range of applications. The Bluetooth LE – Beacons market is also finally taking off thanks in particular to Apple’s iBeacon and Google’s Eddystone protocols wide availability.
Meanwhile, the LPWA (Low-Power Wide-Area) networks wave keep flowing, allowing a true mass-market for low-cost long-range geo-aware IoT scenarios. High precision GNSS is also becoming the next big thing, boosted by the upcoming Galileo-based location technologies & services. Low-cost, precision, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) receivers will become a reality in the driverless cars, drones, and even smartphone markets by 2021 has announced ABI Research.
New use cases are also booming when location meets Big Data, by monetizing the massive historical and real-time datasets of location points (devices, people, vehicles…).
All these disruptive technologies, often combined each other, will be on the agenda of Geo IoT World 2017. The hottest trends, the most inspiring use cases and best practices to implement them will add concrete expertise for successful innovative location/tracking/navigation applications and services. Join our geo-aware innovators line-up!
List of Topics
The program will encompass 10-12 topics in two parallel conference tracks.
The Program Committee will select 70 presentations from IoT/geolocation/analytics Industries and Verticals addressing the following topics and any other issue/topic that presenters feel qualified to address.
1/ TOOLS & TECHNOLOGIES
Indoor & outdoor real time location, tracking and navigation based on:
Remote control appliances, intrusion detection systems, connected health…
4/ THE CROWDSOURCING REVOLUTION (SPECIAL SESSION with ISPRS)
The rise of sensors in smartphones, cars, wearables, etc. and the rise of geo-located content in social networks are transforming the citizen in a local data production machine. The aggregation, structuration and correlation of these data offer avenues for all kind of innovations and new business models.
In partnership with the ISPRS (International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing – www.isprs.org), Geo IoT World will dedicate a special session to address this field at the crossroad of Citizen Science and the crowdsourcing market.
Topics include but are not limited to:
Geo-crowdsourcing and Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI)
Quality assessment of citizen/sensor-contributed content
Spatial analytics & location intelligence of citizen/sensor-generated content
Openness, ownership, privacy and trust
Integration of citizen/sensor-generated content, authoritative data and/or in situ and mobile sensor data
Geospatial big data handling and analytics
Collaborative Platforms, Participatory GIS and Participative Digital Earth
Co-Chairs:Giuseppe Conti, CTO Trilogis, CTO Nively, Chair of Mobile Location Services Domain Working Group at OGC, i-locate Project Coordinator ; Ludovic Privat, Co-Founder, CROWDLOC; Founder, ConnecteDriver
Please send your speaking proposals using the submission template.
Authors are invited to submit their proposals electronically to email@example.com.
If authors do not receive acknowledgment within 72 hours, they are kindly invited to contact directly firstname.lastname@example.org.
All speaking proposals must be original ones and should be informative and impartial. The Program Committee will reject commercially-oriented presentations.
Deadline for abstract submission: February 5, 2017extended to February 13, 2017
Decisions and Presentation
Notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent to authors on March 7, 2017
Authors of accepted presentations commit themselves to present their paper at the conference. In case of personal impediment, the speaking person should appoint the backup speaker.
Registration fee is included in the Platinum, & Gold & Silver sponsor packages for one speaker. Regular registration speaker’s registration rate is €550 excl. vat. Speaker registration gives access to Geo IoT World conference & proceedings, breaks and lunches, networking tool. Speakers’ travel and accommodation expenses are not covered by the organizers.
Proceedings of the conference will be available at the opening of the event. Clear instructions about the proceedings will be sent to the authors of accepted presentations.
The organizers commit themselves not to disseminate the presentations before the conferences.
Other important dates:
► Official Program Appearance: March 13, 2017
► Complete presentation for the proceedings: May 24, 2017
Other opportunities to take part in Geo IoT World:
Geo IoT AWARDS
Geo IoT will reward the most innovative products/applications newly launched. Do not miss this opportunity to put your innovation in the spotlight! The awards ceremony will take place on June 7, 2017.. More
Geo IoT World organizes a testbed of positioning technologies to be announced shortly. Showcase how accurately you capture relevant contextual information such as time, location, state of the environment… More
Professionals from the IoT, geolocation/LBS and analytics value chains:
– Networks and connectivity providers, Telcos
– Location data and LBS providers
– Data & Analytics solutions providers
– Application developers and implementers
– Smart devices & components manufacturers
– Regulators, standards, trade associations…
– Verticals implementing IoT
– Assess the different network technologies in order to build/improve IoT deployments
– Update technical knowledge around geolocation and related IoT and analytics technologies
– Explore innovative geolocation IoT solutions and creative ways to support your IoT business model
– Network with like-minded business leaders and organizations