Call for Presentations

Join other industry visionaries and speak at Internet of Things North America. This event provides a forum to discuss new developments in technology, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements in the machine, device and building intelligence, connectivity/telemetry and IoT industry.

There are a limited number of speaking opportunities available, so it is imperative that you submit your abstract by the November 2nd, 2017 call for papers deadline.

Here are some of the topics we are looking for:

  • Machine and Device Connectivity
  • IoT Standards and Standardization
  • Big Data: Data Acquisition & Analytics
  • Apps
  • Prototyping and Development
  • Building a Business Model for IoT
  • IoT Security
  • The IoT Ecosystem
  • Industrial IoT
  • Connected/Smart Cities
  • Enterprise-Wide Connectivity
  • Wearables
  • Networking: Wireless, Wired, Fiber & Telemetry Networks
  • Cloud-based monitoring and control of equipment, assets, facilities & operations
  • Integrating Multiple Networks & Communications Systems for Maximum Interoperability
  • Remote & Smart Service Management
  • Open Source IoT

Full-conference registration fees will be waived for all confirmed speakers.

Submit your abstract to Nick Depperschmidt, program manager at NickD@WebcomCommunications.com or call him for more information at 720-528-3770, ext. 111

Submitting a Proposal
The basis of the proposal or the presentation may not be the promotion or marketing of a product. Please Note: Proposals and Submissions will be accepted only electronically by email. Send your proposal in the body of your email letter and include supporting material as attachments.

THE PROPOSAL: The total length of each proposal should be a maximum of 1,000 words. It should include:

- A summary of the presentation content
- Brief description of the presentation for the conference program (100-200 words)
- Computer and equipment requirements (See Your Technology Needs)
- Presenter(s) biography and list of affiliations
- Contact information: name, title, company, address, office phone, fax, email address, and web site.

YOUR TECHNOLOGY NEEDS: Do you need an Internet connection? Will you use computer-generated slides or present from a presentation program? If yes, you must bring your own laptop. Indicate any other technology that you plan to bring. Include any other pertinent information about your technology requirements.