Sunday May 31, 2020

Summit looks at all aspects of Internet of Things

3rd July, 2016
Peter Smyth, Tyndall Institute; Maurice Buckley, chief executive, NSAI; Tom Maher, co-founder, Asavie; and Philip Moynagh, Internet of Things Group, Intel Corporation

The second Internet of Things (IoT) Summit was held on June 14 in Croke Park. The event was attended by professionals and companies whose interests in IoT range from the innovation and research and development side to more tangible applications of IoT technology.

The day kicked off with an opening address from Ronan Furlong, executive director of DCU Alpha innovation campus, focusing on the evolution of the IoT ecosystem in Ireland. He highlighted the scope of...

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