IoT leaders set to take the stage at Bluetooth World 2017
Industry leaders from Google, Garmin, Toyota, and Indiegogo will appear as speakers at the fourth annual Bluetooth World event, hosted by Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). These top Internet of Things (IoT) innovators will anchor a refreshed Bluetooth World format offering attendees an opportunity to experience the power and potential of Bluetooth and see the IoT in action. The event will take place from 28th-29th March 2017 at the Santa Clara Convention Centre.
Katy Scheck, Director of Marketing, Bluetooth SIG, said: “The IoT is so much more than just a sensor in a device – it’s a movement that has the potential to transform our lives.”
She continued: “Bluetooth World 2017 is a celebration of this transformation, blending hands-on experiences of today’s best products with a look at the future of Bluetooth in the IoT.”
Attend the 22,000-square-foot interactive exhibit for free. This year’s event will celebrate the designs, products, and devices that are paving the way in our connected world and inspire developers to create the 'next big success story'.
Bluetooth World 2017 will showcase the latest IoT innovations ranging from health, fitness and wearables to automotive, smart home, and audio, through a number of interactive features including:
Smart Home Zone
Get hands-on with the most innovative smart lighting and consumer goods on the market and enjoy in-depth technical conversations with Qualcomm, ARM, and more.
Explore the latest in Bluetooth speakers, headphones, hearing aids, and other medical devices, and find inspiration from the likes of Mindtree and Cambridge Consultants to create your own Bluetooth hearable.
Health and Fitness Zone
Experience the latest innovations and future of connected health and fitness devices in our interactive Bluetooth health and fitness centre and gaming area.
Peek under the hood of a Tesla Model X P90 and get hands on with a range of connected car tools from Teledyne LeCroy.
Test the performance and interoperability of your product, completely free of charge, to ensure it meets the Bluetooth SIG’s standards and regulatory requirements.
Cassia Networks founder and CEO, and Bluetooth World Exhibitor, Felix Zhao commented: “The IoT is on the cusp of radically changing how many industries operate, and Bluetooth is key to these industries reaching full potential.”
“We are looking forward to interacting with the wide range of developers, start-ups, engineers, and CTOs and celebrating the new frontiers Cassia and the other Bluetooth World exhibitors and attendees are exploring throughout the IoT.”