Open Connectivity Foundation at IoT Asia 2017

If you’re planning to attend IoT Asia 2017 on March 29 and 30, you are more than welcome to stop by the Open Connectivity Foundation booth located at E27 in Hall 1 of the Singapore Expo.

I’ll be at the OCF booth both days, and will also be giving a presentation entitled “Unlocking Massive Opportunities Through Interoperability of IoT Devices” at 11:40am during the Solutions Track on March 30. For more information on the full IoTAsia conference program, please click here: http://www.internetofthingsasia.com/programme.

The Singapore government has been doing highly impressive work in implementing its Smart Nation initiative, which is aimed at promoting the growth of high-tech startups and SMEs and building a leading-edge IoT infrastructure. I’m greatly looking forward to seeing the progress that it has made since the initiative was launched in November 2014.

Given that the OCF is focused on ensuring interoperability between billions of devices through the implementation of open standards, we see tremendous opportunities for working with the Singapore government and its burgeoning high-tech industry to accelerate the development of the country’s IoT ecosystem and market.

If you’d like to arrange a meeting to learn more about the OCF, please feel free to contact me by email.

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