Statoil, Continental, Airbus, Jaguar Land Rover and Bentley confirmed to join the speaker line up at the Internet of Things Conference and Exhibition; IoT Tech Expo Europe 2016

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The Internet of Things Conference and Exhibition; IoT Tech Expo Europe 2016, which is taking place in London's Olympia in February (10-11), has further extended its already stellar line-up with new speakers including those from Statoil, Continental, Airbus, Jaguar Land Rover and Bentley.

They will be leading panel discussions on topics including the opportunities and challenges within the Industrial IoT, the effects of the IoT on supply chain management, understanding the connected car and building the factories of the future.

Each speaker will bring invaluable knowledge and first-hand experience of the Internet of Things within their industry and you will have the opportunity to get involved in the discussion.

There will be over 200 speakers in attendance with recently confirmed speakers including:

  • Einar Landre, Head of Drilling and Well Solutions, Statoil
  • Seval Oz, CEO, Continental Intelligent Transportation Systems LLC
  • Kevin Fowler, Integration Product Line Manager, Airbus
  • Peter Virk, Head of Connected Technologies and Apps, Jaguar Land Rover
  • Elliot Messenger, Connected Car Digital Integration Manager, Bentley Motors

Landre is leading Statoil's value chain IT unit and is part of the keynote panel exploring the opportunities and challenges in the Industrial Internet of Things. Also featuring in the Connected Industry track are Oz, CEO of Continental Intelligent Transportation Systems and Fowler, Integration Product Line Manager of Airbus. Oz will discuss how IoT is impacting fleet, logistics and the supply chain as a whole whilst Fowler will examine new factory concepts enabled by 'Industry 4.0'.

Messenger and Virk of Bentley and Jaguar Land Rover respectively will be part of the panel discussing the 'Understanding the Connected Car' exploring how to develop a business model to maximise revenue and consumer uptake in addition to examining the platforms and opportunities for in-car connectivity. This makes up part of the Connected Living tracks.

The two day event will cover the entire Internet of Things ecosystem with 5 niche conference tracks including Developing for the IoT, Industrial Internet of Things, Smart Cities and Data & Security.

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