Industry of Things World USA 2016 – a success!

Over 400 true experts and leaders of the industrial IoT space came together in San Diego this February to discuss the future of the 4th industrial revolution. The international crowd of strategists and industrial end users debated and defined the next crucial steps that need to be taken to move IoT away from the hype and start seeing practical and immediate ROI. Here is a snapshot of the key stats and outcomes.


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Who was there?

The Show

With the highlight of Prof Michael Porter delivering the evening keynote, Industry of Things World USA made its mark in everyone’s calendars. Collaboration, security, cloud, innovation, software, hardware, PaaS, IaaS and SaaS were the main discussion points from the experts speakers sharing their views and projects on how IoT can and should be applied in businesses. Not only did the over 400 industry delegates have the chance to meet, network and learn from the leaders in the field of the Industrial Internet, but very important business relationships were also forged.

Business Partners

The event would not have been made possible without the generous support of our Business Partners.

The crucial role of collaboration in the Industrial Internet

The event focused on real-life case studies, illustrating how co-operation and forward thinking will be essential to maximizing the full benefits of the Industrial Internet for businesses. Other areas of critical importance the event concentrated on were ways in which to deal with the sheer amount of data produced by sensors, security in a connected world, and the challenge of standardizing connectivity.
Join us again in 2017 in San Diego on February 20-21 at the Hard Rock Hotel to not miss out on the chance to define and shape the future of the Industrial Internet!


Post-Event Report

Keynotes & Speakers
Key themes & Statistics
Testimonials & Impressions


Survey Report

IoT Project Analysis
Industry Trends
IoT Market Overview
Survey – Respondent Profile


2016 Showguide

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New markets
Product lifecycle management
Organizational structure

What our clients say

  • "Loved hearing from SAP, PTC, Harvard and Stanford University Professors."
    Tamara Lewis, Northrop Grumman

  • "Industry of Things World USA provides an efficient forum to benchmark many aspects of industrial technology; including its adoption and challenges."

    Paul King, Alcoa

  • "Thought provoking."
    James Blazszyk, Owens Corning

  • "The Industry of Things World USA conference packaged very nicely technical, business, standards, and visionary concepts on the IIoT."

    Aldo Dagnino, ABB

  • "Very rich in terms of experience exchanges and trends of this industry."

    Flavio Lima, Renault

  • "Great networking event!"

    Mike Wise, SAP

  • "Great summary of the current IoT world and more importantly the things to come."

    Paul wick, Teradata

  • "Very insightful on the state of IoT in the industrial space and provided a validation of our assumptions on what other companies see as the opportunities
    in IIoT and where the government and standards think about IIoT.

    Norman Phillips, Procter & Gamble

  • "The conference was a good mix of thought leadership and practice around the IoT space."

    Lane Arthur, John Deere

  • "It is a needed event to catch the progress of IoT for the Industry field."

    Fumikazu Oka, Toyo Business Engineering

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