Sold Out – Sorry – IoT & Data Science Meetup – 250 registrations

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In collaboration with the IoTBE – the Belgian Internet of Things Community

Agenda:

18:30 – Update on our Data4Good  activities with Doctors without borders (MSF)

18:45 – Update on our Hands-On session about Social Network Analysis

19:00 – Presentation – The Internet of Things & Data Sciences – Mr Frederik Santens (IoT be group)

19:30 – Presentation – Erik Mannens, Prof. PhD. MEng. MSc.- Prof. on Big Data Semantics @ iMinds-MMLab

20:15 – Presenation – Prof. Ann Nowé, head of the VUB ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LAB.

21:00 – Round Tabel Q&A & Wrap up Philippe Van Impe

21:30 – Networking in KultuurKaffee – Celebrating our >500 members

 

   

 

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Article – Ten Internet of Things facts and predictions

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Our next meetup will be focused on Internet of Things. http://meetu.ps/2vLNvg .
It’s Official: The Internet Of Things Takes Over #BigData As The Most Hyped Technology http://onforb.es/1ricSSH .

Ten Internet of Things facts and predictions

You might be surprised to learn how many things are connected to the Internet, and how much economic benefit we can derive from analyzing the resulting data streams. Consider these interesting tidbits:

  • The total economic value-add from IoT across industries will reach $1.9 trillion worldwide in 2020, anticipates Gartner.
  • Fifty billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020, predicts Cisco.
  • The remote patient monitoring market doubled from 2007 to 2011 and is projected to double again by 2016.
  • The utility smart grid transformation is expected to almost double the customer information system market, from $2.5 billion in 2013 to $5.5 billion in 2020, based on a study from Navigant Research.
  • Wide deployment of IoT technologies in the auto industry could save $100 billion annually in accident reductions, according to McKinsey.
  • The industrial Internet could add $10-15 trillion to global GDP, essentially doubling the US economy, says GE.
  • Seventy-five percent of global business leaders are exploring the economic opportunities of IoT, according to a report from The Economist.
  • The UK government recently approved 45 million pounds (US$76.26 million) in research funding for Internet of Things technologies.
  • Cities will spend $41 trillion in the next 20 years on infrastructure upgrades for IoT, according to Intel.
  • The number of developers involved in IoT activities will reach 1.7 million globally by the end of 2014, according to ABI Research estimates.