“Internet of Things – From Vision to Reality” Conference
What will happen when things, homes and cities become smart? It will unleash a wave of new possibilities for data gathering, predictive analyses, and IT automation. This is “Internet of Things” (IoT).
Internet Society Hong Kong has been promoting IPv6 in Hong Kong in the past few years. Moving forward, one of the next new trends on Internet technology is “Internet of Things”. The upcoming conference is jointly organized by ISOC HK and IET HK. It will cover both research and real case study. We will bring you from vision to reality. Are you ready?
4 Sep 2013 (Wed)
2pm – 5pm
Function Room 1-2, Level 3, Core E, Cyberport 3, 100 Cyberport Road, Hong Kong
Free of Charge
Note: Shuttle Bus will be arranged between Cyberport and Admiralty
Assistant Government Chief Information Officer (Industry Facilitation), OGCIO
Dr. Angus Cheung
Chairman, IET Hong Kong
Head of Smart Grid Program, CLP Power Hong Kong
CLP Power’s Smart Metering Pilot – A realization of the Internet of Things
In May, this year CLP Power launched its myEnergy pilot, which leverages Hong Kong’s first Smart Metering platform using an IPv6 network. Hear how CLP are leveraging this network to test new and improved services to its customers and the role this may play in the future Internet of Things in Hong Kong.
Customer Solutions Architect, Cisco Systems (HK) Ltd.
Topic: Internet of Everything
Chief Operation Officer, GS1 Hong Kong
Topic: IoT Making Smarter Business Better Life
Associate Professor & Program Leader of the Engineering Sciences team, Open University of Hong Kong