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Big Data and Internet of Things Conference

A session at Big Data and Internet of Things Conference

The Internet of Things and Big Data Conference boasts a variety of outstanding speakers from multiple sectors. Each one has been handpicked based on their experience and professional background to ensure that all delegates benefit from relevant, high-quality presentations.

Throughout The Internet of Things and Big Data Conference, delegates will Benefit from insights into the latest developments in the internet of things, Government policy and the use of big data, whilst having the opportunity to have their questions answered by leading experts in big data analytics.

Furthermore, delegates will have the opportunity to learn how pioneering businesses and public sector organisations are exploiting the big data revolution to deliver better services.

Attendees at this event, will also be the first to see new technology and software that could help your organisation make the most of big data and the internet of things.

Delegates attending this conference will be drawn from police, the criminal justice sector, local and central government, Higher Education, voluntary sectors. heads of policy, heads of vocational education, labour market directors, employment, skills and transition managers, heads of youth engagement, training and employment managers drawn from further and higher education institutions, local authorities, central government, housing providers, and the third sector.

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Category: Conferences | Engineering and Technology | Internet | Internet of Things

Price:

Public: GBP 50
Private: GBP 525

Speakers: Professor Terrence Fernando (Director of the THINKlab at University of Salford), Professor Jacqui Taylor (Co-Founder and CEO at FlyingBinary)

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Date Tue 7th March 2017

Short URL

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Official event site

go.evvnt.com/76838-0

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