IoT Tech Connect Conference, Michigan’s Largest Showcase for IoT Products and Services

April 1, 2019 IoT Tech Connect

Detriot, Michigan (2019) - IoT Tech Connect has partnered with the Michigan Science Center for Michigan's largest showcase for IoT products and services. This conference is being based out of the auto capital of the world, Detroit Michigan, where autonomous vehicles are moving to center stage. Not only will the Michigan auto industry be represented, but also many of the exciting companies developing the hardware and software necessary to make true driverless vehicles a reality. Attendees will learn what is happening in Michigan IoT beyond connected cars, including trucking, industrial, health care, and agriculture. April 29, 2019, 7:30-7:00 at Michigan Science Center, Detroit.

IoT Tech Connect has been developed as an unbiased gathering where companies, institutions, associations, and professionals can network, show off their products, services, and become educated on the Internet of Things. There are 50 sponsors and exhibitors expected.  Five hundred plus attendees will be coming to hear from industry thought-leaders during our keynotes and breakout sessions. IoT Tech Connect will provide the perfect place to launch a new product or service. Fifteen percent of all sponsorship sales go to the Michigan Science Center to support STEM programming. The keynote speaker is Larry Burns, former head of R&D for General Motors. We will close the show with an IoT Pitch Competition sponsored by the Chinese government.

Tickets and more information can be found at https://www.iottechconnect.com.

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