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IoTC’s Annual Silicon Valley Connected Home Executive Dinner (May 2019)

Each year, the Internet of Things Consortium unites the most powerful and influential brands, executives, investors and entrepreneurs under one roof. This year, our dinner was was held on May 20th at the Rosewood Sand Hill Hotel in Menlo Park, California. Here are some highlights from the video, featuring short interviews from Lani Ingram (Verizon), Doug Chartier (T-Mobile) and Nitin Chawla (Disney).

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SMART REPORTS

The Internet of Things Consortium curates monthly reports for its members focusing on five categories of IoT – smart cities, connected homes, wearables, autonomous vehicles/transportation and retail transformation.

This IoTC SmartReport focuses on What’s next for Connected Homes

It contains a discussion of:

  • Market statistics and forecasts from leading analyst firms like IDC, Canalys, the Consumer Technology Association, and Tractica
  • Select recent investments, including Apple acquiring the patent portfolio of Lighthouse AI, Amazon acquiring Eero, and Modsy closing a $37M round of financing
  • Connected Home recent developments, such as Google introducing Google Nest Hub Max, GE Appliance partnering with Cirrent on smart home products, Ikea introducing smart blinds, LG Electronics integrating the cooking solution of Tovala into LG smart ovens, and Georgia Power teaming with Vivint to combine smart home offerings
  • Consumer Research The Parks Associates report “Technology Convergence and the Smart Home”
  • The growth of strategic partnerships

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This IoTC SmartReport focuses on Smart Cities

Download the entire report here and join the IoTC to become part of the leading network driving the growth of the IoT industry.

STATE OF THE INDUSTRY

Globally, cities are increasingly relying on data-driven decision making and innovative technical solutions to create efficiencies and elevate quality of life. Public-private partnerships present an increasingly emerging vehicle through which solutions are brought to market in cities. The Internet of Thing Consortium Smart Cities program seeks to convene our diverse membership to engage in ideation and execution of pilot programs and business opportunities in cities of varying sizes. Our partnership with a growing network of city Mayors, Chief Technology Officers, and Chief Innovation officers make these efforts possible.

Automobile manufacturers, fleet operators, telecommunications providers, data companies, and more are eager to be engaged in the marketplace for cars and trucks with internet-supported functionality. Communication between vehicles, infrastructure, networks, and countless other platforms provide limitless potential for creation of efficiencies and wholesale mobility transformation. The Internet of Things Consortium is at the forefront of this dialogue from all key angles.

Technology that provides internet and data-powered enhancements to homes, hotels, and other indoor infrastructure represents one of the most increasingly adopted fields of consumer Internet of Things technology. Connected home technology seeks to enhance comfort, security, energy efficiency, overall convenience, entertainment, and more. The Internet of Things Consortium is a best-in-class convener of executives and influencers from firms at the cutting edge of connected home technology.

Globally, consumers are increasingly making use of wearable technology that enhances their ability to fulfill their professional duties, provides entertainment value, or provides healthcare benefits. The Internet of Things Consortium is devoted to digging deep and facilitating actionable business development opportunities in this space that scale beyond the most widely known consumer products.

One of the most widely discussed trends in our global economy is the evolving state of the retail business. With increasing amounts of commerce shifting to online and mobile sales and purchasing, retailers must adapt their strategies both with respect to physical and digital conceptions and payment platforms. As with all areas of IoTC focus, the connected retail vertical requires industry players to deliver business solutions that facilitate simple transactions and desirable, efficient experiences.

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