Hardware Pioneers Announces Its Second IoT Showcase in London

September 5, 2017 Hardware Pioneers
 

Some of the most exciting UK IoT startups, together with the leading IoT technology and service providers, are gathering in London to showcase their latest innovations.

 

- Connect with the hardware pioneers reinventing the ‘future of things’.

 

- Over 300 people to attend exclusive IoT showcase in the centre of London’s technology district.

 

- Leading technology providers in the IoT sector showcase their latest innovations along with the most exciting UK IoT startups.

The best IoT and hardware startups in the country will showcase alongside the leading technology providers in the sector to exhibit their latest products and to connect with the local ecosystem.

This opportunity for connecting, educating and inspiring pioneers will take place on 5th October 2017.

 

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A Hardware Pioneers IoT Showcase: The ‘Future of Things’

Discover today’s rising companies within the UK IoT and connected hardware sector and their revolutionary products.

Some of the best UK startups will showcase their products alongside leading technology providers in the IoT sector. Join Hardware Pioneers showcase on 5th October 2017 and connect with the engineers reinventing the ‘future of things’. The event is free to attend.

 

The showcase is supported by Mouser Electronics, Kickstarter and Cocoon Networks.

Some of the exhibitors already confirmed are Texas Instruments, Silicon Labs, Mouser Electronics, IDT and Wurth Elektronik.

Some of the startups already confirmed as exhibitors are Blocks Wearables, Felcana, Kokoon, Extreme Fliers, Beeline, Trackener, Buffalo grid and Ding.

 

Founder and CEO David Bellisario commented:

 

“It is the second showcase we have organised in London, following the success of the first event in Soho two years ago.

For this event we have partnered with a new venue right in the centre of London’s tech district, just a five minute walk from Old Street’s ‘silicon roundabout’.

The goal of this showcase is to bring together the most promising IoT and hardware startups in the UK with the major technology providers in the sector, ranging from components distributors to electronics manufacturers.

Hardware Pioneers is a thriving community of innovators and a platform where emerging startups, technical decision makers and engineers connect with world leading technology providers. Our goal is to boost the growth of the UK IoT sector by connecting, educating and inspiring pioneering businesses.”

Tickets are free and can be reserved here: www.hardwarepioneers.com/iot-and-connected-hard[...]

 

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About Hardware Pioneers

Hardware Pioneers was founded in 2013 by two brothers, David Bellisario and Fabiano Bellisario with the aim of connecting, educating and inspiring pioneers who want to build a smarter tomorrow through connected hardware and IoT technologies.

Hardware Pioneers is a community of over 6,000 professionals building products and companies in the IoT and connected hardware sector. Their monthly event in London attracts more than 200 people, hosting top speakers from companies such as Intel, Texas Instruments, Microchip, Cypress, Mouser, Avnet, Nordic and many more.

Hundreds of startup founders, executives, engineers and developers meet monthly at Hardware Pioneers' conference to listen to insightful talks and establish key relationships.

This vibrant community is now one of the largest of its kind in EMEA and is motivated to become the leading IoT-hardware community worldwide.

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