Past Events

Sept 23-24: Telecoms for Smart Grids

Driving operational efficiency for aging infrastructures, carbon reduction, and lower energy consumption are top priorities for today’s Utilities. The communications network will need to not only facilitate advanced control and monitoring, but also support additional generation, transmission, marketing and service provisions. In addition to ensuring a flexible and secure network, M2M communication will be a … Continue reading

July 8-9: M2M for the Oil and Gas Industry

M2M technologies, Wireless Networking, SCADA Telemetry, and disruptive technologies are emerging as key differentiators in expediting oil and gas exploration and accelerating operational efficiencies. Wireless technologies and devices have played a key role for many operators in Europe and North American in their quest for energy independence. Early adopters of telemetry, M2M, devices, sensors and … Continue reading

June 27: Internet of Things 2013

Internet of Things 2013 is a one day conference for corporates, investors and entrepreneurs building businesses in the Internet of Things. We want to educate, inspire and connect the people and companies turning connected devices into profitable businesses. The forum focus is on building businesses, not technology. Speakers will discuss the commercial application of IoT … Continue reading

June 24-25: European Demand Response and Dynamic Pricing

Demand response has never been so important to society. Whether we are struggling to meet with peak demand like the US or dealing with the management of various sources with the proliferation of renewable energy sources, it is still the key to the Smart Grid and a vital part of our energy system. SMi Group’s … Continue reading

June 4-6: Sensors Expo Featuring the Announcement of the IPSO CHALLENGE Winners

June 4-6, 2013 Donald E. Stephens Convention Center Rosemont, IL Sensing Technologies Driving Tomorrow’s Solutions Since 1986, Sensors Expo & Conference has been the leading industry event in North America, exclusively focusing on sensors and sensor-integrated systems and has emerged as one of the most important gatherings of engineers and scientists involved in the … Continue reading

June 4: Gert Van Kempen to Speak at Internet of Things, Big Data and Internet of People Event

Second edition of the Internet of Things, Big Data and Internet of People Event June 4, 2013 High Tech Campus Eindhoven, The Netherlands During the Dutch Technology Week The IoT event contains three linked activities: Seminar Exhibition IoT award challenge 2013 Visit to register now! Don’t forget to attend the Internet of Things standards … Continue reading

May 22: Smart Objects in the Internet of Things and M2M, Helsinki

Place: Finland, Helsinki, Holiday Inn Pasila, Helsinki Exhibition & Convention Centre, Messuaukio 1, Room 207 Date: May 22nd, 2013 Time: 13-16 Target audience: Industry business and R&D professionals interested in Internet of Things, M2M and Sensor Network related markets and applications. The IPSO Alliance, TEKES and (VINNOVA) are organizing a Nordic workshop on Internet of … Continue reading

May 20-22: IPSO Spring Member Meeting – Helsinki, Finland

The IPSO Alliance will be holding its Spring Members Meeting at the Crowne Plaza Helsinki on May 20th and 21st, followed by an Internet of Things Workshop on Wednesday, May 22. Members will also be invited to view the ten Semi Finalist entries for the IPSO CHALLENGE 2013 Innovation Contest. This is a MEMBERS ONLY … Continue reading

May 13-14: Fabien Castanier to Speak at M2M+ Industry Summit in Milan

Milanofiori Congress Center Milan, Italy Fabien Castanier, from STMicroelectronics, will be speaking on “Embedded IP and Web Services to Reduce Cost and Complexity in M2M Solutions Deployments” on May 14th at 11:40 am IPSO is a proud sponsor of this event.

May 9-10: International Istanbul Smart Grid Congress. Michael Westberg to host Exhibition IPSO Booth

Michael Westberg of Connode to host the IPSO Alliance Booth at: Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology Organized by the Directorate General for Metrology and Standardization Smart grids aim to prevent power cut by conducting status analysis and by means of automated metering systems; to ensure grid safety by controlling excess loads and failures; to … Continue reading