Johannesburg Gets Ready for 2nd IoT Forum Africa

Johannesburg Gets Ready for 2nd IoT Forum Africa

PR Newswire

JOHANNESBURG, February 13, 2018

JOHANNESBURG, February 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --

The second edition of what has been billed as Africa's leading Internet of Things (IoT) event, Internet of Things Forum Africa 2018 (#IOTFA2018) is set to tackle transformational IoT trends and explore the benefits of IoT in a number of key industries. The conference, organized by IT News Africa, will host over 500 delegates and 30 speakers on 14 and 15 March 2018 at Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Themed "Powering a new era of operational transformation," IoT Forum Africa will feature industry tracks with speakers discussing the potential impact of IoT in manufacturing, energy, finance, transportation, retail, security, mining and in government. During these sessions, there will be in-depth discussions on growth opportunities with insights on IoT disruption and innovation in the public and private sectors.

Key topics: 

Confirmed Speakers include: 

Who will you meet at #IoTFA2018?

These are just some of the organizations that will be represented at #IOTFA2018: 

SqwidNet, Deloitte, Minerals Development Company Botswana, Gauteng Provincial Government, RS Components, Eskom, Babcock International Group, Information Technology Association, NEPAD, Stanbic IBTC, Darktrace, Standard Bank, Bowmans, Barloworld, Sanlam, IDC, Department of Public Service and Administration, Information Builders, SAP, Dimension Data, Altech, Altair, Accenture, Unilever, Discovery amongst others.

For more information about this conference visit www.iotforumafrica.com

About IT News Africa: 

IT News Africa is a dynamic media company that specialises in publishing, events as well as marketing and advertising solutions for the information age. IT News Africa has a global publishing network and international client base, which it services from offices in Johannesburg.

Media Contact:
Philani Moyo
+27-110-260-982
philani@itnewsafrica.com

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