Hear from Comcast, IBM and SAP at this Internet of Things conference

Get early bird tickets to “IoT Fusion” by Feb 28.

The Chemical Heritage Foundation.

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Fort Washington software company Chariot Solutions and PR firm Broadpath are banding together to put together an all-day conference focused on Internet of Things (IoT).

Happening April 5 at the Science History Institute (formerly known as the Chemical Heritage Foundation), IoT Fusion features speakers from Comcast, IBM Watson, SAP and STRATIS.

“We’re seeing more and more work coming through on Internet of Things and thought we’d put together something not just focused on consumer-facing IoT but everything that’s happening in more industrial, B2B arenas like manufacturing and healthcare,” said Chariot’s Chief Marketing Officer, Tracey Welson-Rossman.

(Related: What is Internet of Things, anyway?)

Get tickets ($85)

Here’s the lineup of speakers:

  • Alex Khorram, Founder and General Manager of machineQ at Comcast
  • Rakesh Gandhi, Vice President GTM & Solution Management, IoT and Digital Supply Chain, SAP
  • Lisa Seacat DeLuca, Distinguished Engineer for IBM Watson Internet of Things
  • William D. Mensch, Jr. Founder, Chairman and CEO of The Western Design Center, Inc.
  • Felicite Moorman, cofounder and CEO of STRATIS and CEO of BuLogics
  • Danilo Diaz, IoT Solutions Architect
  • Aaron Mulder, Chief Technology Officer & Director of Chariot Solutions

“This should be of interest for developers as well as business folks,” said Welson-Rossman. “The speakers will speak to how and where IoT is being used, connectivity, connection of software and hardware, security and more.”


Companies: Chariot Solutions
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