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Data Visualization Summit
The Innovation Enterprise
Apr 19, 2017   -   Apr 20, 2017
335 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

The Data Visualisation Summit 2017 is a two-day, single-track event focused exclusively contextualised to explore visualisation tools and tips. Bringing together over 150+ data enthusiasts who will help you rethink your data imagery to enable easier to interpret, management and action. Join the leaders making informed data-driven decisions.

Internet of Things Summit
The Innovation Enterprise Ltd.
Apr 19, 2017   -   Apr 20, 2017
335 Powell Street, San Francisco

Estimates put the number of devices in the Internet of Things at 30 Billion by 2020. Attend to learn about new technologies, develop skills and explore new tools in gathering and leveraging data for IoT. Industries are now realizing the opportunities and capitalizing on the growth of IoT.

Big Data Innovation Summit | San Francisco
The Innovation Enterprise Ltd.
Apr 19, 2017   -   Apr 20, 2017
335 Powell Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

Big Data Innovation will include ground-breaking keynote presentations and then will break into both technical & business focused tracks throughout the day with interactive workshops, breakouts & more.

ROBO Business Europe
RoboBusiness Europe
Apr 20, 2017   -   Apr 21, 2017
Delft University of Technology

RoboBusiness Europe is all about exploring exciting innovations in robotics. The speed of innovation has never been faster.More powerful silicon chips, digital sensors, and high-bandwidth communications are advancing robotic technologies and applications—from automation on the factory floor to healthcare, elderly care, play/ learn, education, agriculture, logistics, Internet of Things, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. In short, robotics for life.Meet the people who are shaping the futureRoboBusiness Europe 2017 will be the gathering place for all who thrive on the business of robotics, it’s where business gets done: on the exhibit floor, during conference sessions and throughout networking.More than ever, robotics is everyone’s business. Whether you’re building, using, or investing in robotics, RoboBusiness Europe 2017 is the place to gain actionable insights into robotics’ biggest opportunities and expand your business network.Venue Sponsor 2017: RoboValleyIn RoboValley, more than 170 robotics researchers from a multitude of fields collaborate with other experts, entrepreneurs and decision makers in both public and private sectors. As a result, a unique network is thriving, with TU Delft Robotics Institute at its heart. Therefore, RoboValley takes a leading role in the development of the next generation robotics.Being at the forefront of the development of robotics has several advantages. Next to economic growth, the most important one is that this new generation of robotics can contribute to addressing major societal problems. Climate change, aging societies, growing world population and food shortage: these are issues which can be solved by robotics.Due to TU Delft Robotics Institute, robotics research is no longer fragmented around separate academic faculties. The RoboValley programme team makes sure companies can find and make use of the available knowledge. In RoboValley, all the key players in robotics are connected to each other, which accelerates the growth of the industry.The RoboValley programme team helps companies or start-ups that want to settle in Delft. We do so by connecting companies with automation wishes to the right experts. We help attract investors: via the RoboValley Investment Fund we offer venture capital and accelerated paths to the market for the most promising robotics technologies.Finally, we help companies and researchers in RoboValley to receive exposure and visibility. Companies that are settled in RoboValley love the fact that they can encounter the employees of other robotics companies in the hallway and discuss problems. Because RoboValley is all about communication: knowing each other’s activities and being facilitated in cooperation.

IoTFuse 2017
IoTFuse
Apr 21, 2017   -   Apr 21, 2017
Minneapolis

IoTFuse is a community group which brings together the hackers, doers and makers for a nationwide event centered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the world's center of medical product design, agricultural IoT, retail and many other industrial IoT segments.

Big Data Innovation Summit | London
The Innovation Enterprise Ltd.
Apr 21, 2017   -   Apr 22, 2017
London

The Big Data Innovation Summit returns to London. We promise to celebrate our sixth year of production in style, bringing together an exciting agenda packed full of presentations, workshops, training sessions & panel discussions.An industry leading speaker line-up of 25+ leading executives working within Big Data. The Big Data Innovation Summit London 2017 schedule will bring together executives from the data community for two days of keynotes, panel sessions, discussions & networking.Big Data Innovation will cover but not limited to:- Big Data Case Studies: How our speaker organisations are dealing with their data- Data Science: The extraction of knowledge from data- Hadoop: Getting value from unstructured data- Advanced Analytics: Solutions to predict future events- Customer Insights: Getting the most from your customer data- Data Mining: Identifying behaviour- & so much more...

2nd International Conference on Internet of Things, Big Data and Security – IoTBDS 2017
INSTICC
Apr 24, 2017   -   Apr 26, 2017
Rua Diogo Macedo, 220, Porto

Internet of Things (IoT) is a platform and a phenomenon that allows everything to process information, communicate data, analyze context collaboratively and in the service or individuals, organizations and businesses. In the process of doing so, a large amount of data with different formats and content has to be processed efficiently, quickly and intelligently through advanced algorithms, techniques, models and tools. This new paradigm is enabled by the maturity of several different technologies, including the internet, wireless communication, cloud computing, sensors, big data analytics and machine learning algorithms.

HANNOVER MESSE 2017
Hannover Messe
Apr 24, 2017   -   Apr 28, 2017
Hannover

The world's leading Trade Fair for industrial TechnologyHANNOVER MESSE is the leading international showplace for industrial products, technologies and services and and the ideal place to obtain the latest industrial know-how. All key technologies and core areas of industry – from research and development, industrial automation, IT, industrial supply, production technologies and services to energy and mobility technologies – can be found in Hannover. Take advantage of all the synergies that HANNOVER MESSE has to offer.The Highlights of Integrated Industry: IT systems, materials, robots, power grids: everything is becoming intelligent in the age of integrated industry. HANNOVER MESSE 2016 brought together innovations of all sizes from the entire industry. This was something that US President Barack Obama did not want to miss out on.

IoT Dev + Test Conference
Techwell
Apr 24, 2017   -   Apr 28, 2017
San Diego, California

The IoT Dev + Test Conference addresses developing and testing for IoT and embedded systems. Hear from experts in the field about where the future of IoT is headed and how to position yourself to be a part of this revolution.

EDI CON China 2017
Microwave Journal
Apr 25, 2017   -   Apr 27, 2017
Shanghai

EDI CON China celebrates electronic design innovation, bringing together RF, microwave, EMC/EMI, and high-speed digital design engineers and system integrators for networking, training, and learning opportunities.Attendees come to EDI CON to find solutions, products, and design ideas that they can put into immediate practice for today's communication, defense, consumer electronics, aerospace, and medical industries.Drawing attendees from both the analog and digital spheres, with special focus on EMC and Radar through its partnerships, EDI CON enables designers to see techniques and technologies used in other applications that could be applied or adapted to solve their latest design challenges.The exhibition hall features product displays, demonstrations, networking opportunities, and poster sessions that address all aspects of design, simulation, test, and verification.

3rd Annual Congress on Biofuels and Bioenergy - 2017
Conferences series LLC
Apr 27, 2017   -   Apr 28, 2017
Dubai

Conferences series LLC invites all the participants from all over the world to attend  3rd Annual Congress on Biofuels and Bioenergy during April 27-28, 2017 in Dubai, UAE. Which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.Join us for two intensive and interesting days of discussing contemporary research. We invite you to contribute and help to shape the Biofuels and Bioenergy congress through submissions of your research abstracts, papers and e-posters. Bioenergy International Congress is cordially inviting for presentation at the conference.

IoT Global Congress
IoT Global Congress
Apr 27, 2017   -   Apr 28, 2017
Hornton St, Kensington, London W8 7NX

The world’s leading Internet of Things Conference with a focus on IoT applications, IoT Solutions and IoT Companies for all verticals including automotive, healthcare, asset and fleet management, manufacturing, security, retail point of sales, smart grid, smart metering, smart home and consumer electronics industry.

IoT & Big Data Drinks Reception
Tech UK
Apr 27, 2017   -   Apr 27, 2017
1 Sekforde St, London EC1R 0BE

techUK is hosting a drinks reception for members and stakeholders in partnership with Future Cities Catapult on 27 April 2017. This event will bring together two techUK programmes; Big Data and Internet of Things for an evening of networking and an opportunity to get hands on with some exciting tech demos. This relaxed social evening event is free-to-attend and will provide the opportunity to meet potential new business partners, customers and peers. The event will bring together over 70 leaders from tech companies from challenger new entrants to established players operating in the data and IOT markets.There will be interactive tech available at the event that will showcase emerging technologies in IOT and big data analytics that are changing our digital lives.

Industry 4.0
Control Engineering Magazine
Apr 27, 2017   -   Apr 27, 2017
Warsaw

Industry 4.0 is the trend-setting event in Poland for the latest technologies of the Industrial Internet of Things, Big Data, network security and industrial cloud based computing. It is also a platform for acknowledged experts in the fields of research and development as well as for experienced engineers. These experts will present their latest academic insight, results of research and provide crucial impetus for real world users and executives who are deciding on how and how to much to invest in this revolutionary technology.The first edition of the Industry 4.0 Conference and Exhibition is on April 11th, 2017 in Warsaw, and will provide real added value with its selected participants, exhibitors and top-notch presentations.

EUROCRYPT 2017
International Association for Cryptologic Research
Apr 30, 2017   -   May 04, 2017
Paris

Eurocrypt 2017 is the 36th Annual International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques. It is devoted to all aspects of cryptology. Eurocrypt 2017 is one of the three flagship conferences of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR), and is organized by the Crypto Group at ENS Paris.

North America CACS 2017
ISACA
May 01, 2017   -   May 03, 2017
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV 89109

North America CACS 2016 was ISACA’s best rated conference ever and attracted record-breaking attendance. In 2017, we will continue to grow, improve and exceed expectations. The 2017 program will offer you more sessions to choose from, options for more advanced learning and enhanced networking opportunities. We’re bringing you more of what you want out of your conference experience. Our goal is to hear you say “that was INCREDIBLE!”There has never been a more exciting time to be a part of this industry and it is crucial now more than ever for you to stay current in your field. You can get all you need for that and more at the North America CACS 2017 Conference.GROW YOUR NETWORKYou will have direct access to the leaders in the industry with our expert speakers in the breakout sessions and the leading suppliers in the Expo Hall.ENHANCE YOUR KNOWLEDGEThis year’s program will offer topics that are current and timely, subject matter that is cutting edge, a thought-leadership perspective to today’s industry challenges as well as new ideas.Call for Speakers is Open!Are you an industry expert, thought-leader or passionate professional willing to share your experiences, insights and knowledge with colleagues and peers? Be a part of the North America CACS 2017 program!The Call for Speakers is open from now until 17 November 2016! Take advantage of this great opportunity for you to lead a hot-button session and expand your business network. Selected speakers will receive complimentary conference registration along with many other valuable perks.TOPICS AREAS FOR 2017The North America CACS Conference is the premier conference for Audit/Assurance, COBIT, Compliance, Risk, Security, and Strategy/Governance professionals. This year’s program will include sessions on:IS Audit & AssuranceSecurity/Cyber SecurityIntegrated Risk ManagementBig Data, Data Analytics & VisualizationCOBIT 5Career & Communications ManagementIndustry Focused SessionsIndustry Trends & Insights

Integrated Solutions For Smart Factory 2017
A&T - Affidabilità & Tecnologie
May 03, 2017   -   May 05, 2017
Oval Lingotto, Turin

Integrated Solutions For Smart Factory is a 3 day event being held from 3rd May to 5th May 2017 at the Lingotto Fiere in Torino, Italy. This event showcases products like Data Acquisition, Characterization of Materials and service, controls and robotics in manufacturing,Acoustics-Vibrations-Stress etc. In the Industrial Products industry etc. in the Industrial Products industry.

2nd World Congress on Polymer Science and Engineering
Conference Series LLC
May 08, 2017   -   May 09, 2017
Barcelona

The 2nd World Congress on Polymer Science and Engineering is going to be held at Barcelona, Spain during May 8-9,2017,it is an informative program spanning for two days, Organized by Conference Series LLC.Bringing together pioneers in the field of Polymer science and Engineering, world-class professors, researchers, scientists and students across the world to discuss about the latest breakthrough under one roof in one dais providing a platform for enlightment in this esteemed field. Polymer Congress 2017 is drafted in a way to maximize the dispersal of knowledge regarding diverse and current research that will ensure the provision of the in-depth analysis in that field. The Polymer Science Conference is organized with a theme of “Showcasing Polymer Science and Engineering breakthroughs universally.”Importance:A polymer is basically a macromolecule, which is composed of many repetitive subunits. Both synthetic and natural polymers play an essential and irreplaceable role in day to day life. It ranges from familiar synthetic plastics such as polystyrene to natural biopolymers such as DNA and proteins that are fundamental and basic building blocks of life.Every day, an individual comes into contact with hundreds, if not thousands, of plastics (most plastics are polymer) and polymers. Let us consider a day in the life of a hypothetical teenage boy. He wakes up in the morning, brushes his teeth with a toothbrush, which has bristles made up of nylon, then he opens the shower door—which is most likely to be made of plastic rather than glass or wood —and then he steps into a molded plastic bathtub. When he gets out of the shower, the towel with which he dries himself contains a polymer like rayon; most probably the tile on which he stands that contains polymers.He puts on talcum powder (containing polymeric materials) that comes in polymer containers, and later he combs his hair, with a comb which is made up of a polymer. His clothes are maybe too made up of synthetic materials which is further made of polymers. When he walks into the kitchen for his breakfast, he will almost certainly walk on flooring made of polymer coating. The chair, on which he sits, the table that he uses, is most like to be made of polymeric material. Rather all the appliances that he sees in the room are made of some kind of polymer or the other, be it refrigerator or micro-wave oven or whatever. Even the cornflakes and milk that he eats came in packaged in polymeric packages.With the passage of time, the mobile that he uses to contact his friends, the computer where he checks his e-mail, and the stereo where he plays his favorite music, which contain electrical components are housed in a polymer casing. If he goes to the play, the jersey he might be wearing would be most presumably made of Gore-tex, a special kind of fabric that is of very thin layer with billions of tiny pores, so that it allows through water vapor to pass(that is, perspiration) without allowing the passage of liquid water. On the way back, he will ride in a car that contains numerous plastic molds in the steering wheel and dashboard and the seat he sits is also made of polymer cover. Finally, at night, chances are he will sleep in bed sheets and a pillow, containing synthetic polymers.The use of polymers in day to day life is indispensable. Hence, we can take chances and boldly claim that we live in a plastic world a.k.a a Polymer World.Since the discovery of fire, and invention of first wheel, mankind had never looked back or ever wished to go back to their prehistoric life-style, and this attitudes paves the road to innovation and success. And The 2nd World Congress on Polymer Science and Engineering is just a milestone which broadcasts and amasses the breakthroughs in the polymer world under one roof.

AUVSI’s XPONENTIAL
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International
May 08, 2017   -   May 11, 2017
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas

On May 8, 2017, the largest global community of leaders in drones, intelligent robotics and unmanned systems will come together to shape the future of our industry. If you've never attended AUVSI’s XPONENTIAL — this is the one year you don't want to miss.XPONENTIAL features exclusive speakers, innovative programs and dynamic educational opportunities that inspire and strengthen the people who are shaping the future of our industry.AUVSI's XPONENTIAL 2017 will unveil the latest unmanned systems and robotics innovations and insights.POLICYNavigate the legal landscape and explore topics ranging from advocacy to legislation, to legal rulings and liability—like a pro. Hear updates on the latest U.S. guidelines and regulations developed to ensure proper drone use and public safety.POLICY SESSIONS INCLUDE:Airspace IntegrationPolicy DevelopmentLegal ConsiderationInsurance CoveragePrivacyTECHNOLOGYWith so many industry developments and advancements to keep track of, it's difficult to stay up to date with the latest technology trends. Discover how these advanced capabilities can fit within your business strategy.TECHNOLOGY SESSIONS INCLUDE:Data ManagementSensors/PayloadsSoftware DevelopmentPropulsion/EnergyCommand, Communication and ControlBUSINESS SOLUTIONSYou might already know that Amazon uses drones to track trillions in inventory, underwater vehicles are mapping the sea floor, and autonomous vehicles are within arm's reach. Unmanned systems are also utilized for search and rescue, inspections, environmental monitoring and more. Find out why this is important to your business:BUSINESS SOLUTIONS SESSIONS INCLUDE:Defense OperationsCommercial OperationsMarket ResearchBusiness Case DevelopmentGetting Started with Unmanned Systems 101

RAPID + TCT
SME
May 08, 2017   -   May 11, 2017
Pittsburgh, PA - David L. Lawrence Convention Center

RAPID + TCT is North America's preeminent event for discovery, innovation, and networking in 3D manufacturing.RAPID + TCT is an additive manufacturing event that showcases product innovations and offers collaborative learning opportunities to ultimately accelerate the adoption and advancement of the technology. The two industry leaders in 3D technology events, SME and Rapid News Publications Ltd., are combining their nearly 30 years of insights and experience to produce the annual RAPID + TCT event starting in 2017.Additive manufacturing and other 3D technologies are enabling manufacturers to reduce time to market, produce stronger and lighter parts, improve efficiency, reduce waste, cost and emissions and create products and geometries they couldn’t create before. Increased awareness of these real benefits of using advanced manufacturing technologies will encourage more companies to adopt these technologies which will improve their ability to compete on the global stage.UserVersity - Introduced in 2016, the UserVersity series offers a range of educational opportunities for attendees at all levels of expertise. The 100 series classes focus on introductions to a range of hot topics and featured company …Technology LaunchPad - Hosted by Advanced Manufacturing Media, the RAPID + TCT Technology LaunchPad is a showcase around the latest must-see technologies, applications and new product announcements. Networking Receptions - Networking receptions will be offered on Monday and Wednesday night to keep the interaction going. Connect with industry experts and network with peers in a relaxed environment.

GameNets 2017 — 7th EAI International Conference on Game Theory for Networks
EAI
May 09, 2017   -   May 10, 2017
Knoxville

Game theory has recently become a useful tool for modeling and studying various networks. The past decade has witnessed a huge explosion of interest in issues that intersect networks and game theory. With the rapid growth of data traffic, from any kind of devices and networks, game theory is requiring more intelligent transformation. This conference encourages archival quality papers that advance the state-of-the-art and practical applications of intelligent game theory. The goal is to gather research contributions, from game theory and networks, that address the major opportunities and challenges in applying traditional game theory as well as intelligent game theory to the understanding and designing of modern network systems, with emphasis on both new analytical techniques and novel application scenarios.Topics of interest • Intelligent game theory and its applications• Novel solution concepts such as equilibrium solutions or core solutions• Game theory based machine learning• Smartphone-based crowdsourcing and game theory• Multimedia applications based on game theory• Network security based on game theory• Correlated equilibrium• Network pricing• Rate allocation game• Power control game in communication systems• Game theory in interactive applications• Game theory in cognitive radio networks• Game theory in ubiquitous networks• Game theory in social networks• Game theory in wireless network• Coalitional game theory in networks• Network optimization

Rocky Mountain Information Security Conference
Rocky Mountain Information Security Conference
May 09, 2017   -   May 11, 2017
Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO

The RMISC is the only conference of its kind in the Rocky Mountain region. A convenient, affordable knowledge-builder for IT security, audit and compliance professionals at all levels. RMISC provides the perfect blend of education, networking and opportunities that are critical to your success in today's economy and security climate!

3rd Smart Cities India 2017 Expo
Exhibitions India Group.
May 10, 2017   -   May 12, 2017
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

Developing citizen friendly and economically viable cities is an urban initiative by the Government of India. Cities are engines of economic growth, and it is anticipated that 40% of India’s population will live in cities by 2030. With the rapid rise in the proportion of people living in urban areas, there is an increasing requirement for sustainable cities.Hence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mission of Smart Cities is intended to transform the lives and living conditions of the citizens of the country.Recognizing smart cities as an important platform to drive progressive change, the 3rd Smart Cities India 2017 expo will be supported by 4 other co-located expos to create "One Mega Event".Key elements of 3rd Smart Cities India 2017 expo:Smart Water and Waste Management• As per a 2011 study of 1,405 cities by the ministry, only 50 per cent of urban areas have water supply connections, the average per capital supply of water is only half of the 135 lpcd benchmark, water is supplied on an average for only three hours as opposed to the ideal of 24 hours• Waste disposal and sewage treatment plants are missing in most Indian cities• 30 per cent of the households have no toilets, the coverage of the sewage network is merely 12 per cent while the treatment of sewage is even lower at 3 per cent• Solid waste management services cover only 35 per cent of the households while less than ten per cent of the waste is disposed scientifically• Most of the untreated sewage is discharged into rivers, ponds or lakes, which is the main source of municipal waterSmart Environment• According to a World Health Organisation (WHO) study, Delhi has surpassed Beijing and is currently the most polluted city in the world. This puts its people at a dangerous risk of respiratory diseases.• India, as a country, releases the fourth largest amount of CO2 emissions• 627,000 die every year of particulate air pollution• Use of chemical fertilisers and pesticides and the push for genetically modified crops have affected land fertility• Native forests in India are disappearing at a rate of up to 2.7 percent per yearSmart Urban Planning• Between 2010 and 2050 India is expected to add about 500 million to its 2011 urban population of 377 million• The government has launched Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) to develop 2,500 of the 6 lakh (0.6 million) villages across the nation• Government plans to develop 200 low-cost airports in Tier-II and Tier-III towns across the country• The amusement park industry estimated to reach INR 4,000 crore (US$ 645million) by 2020• India plans to build pedestrian skywalks, walkways, cycle tracks, etc. in citiesSmart Buildings• India is expected to emerge as the world’s 3rd largest construction market by 2020 by adding 11.5 million homes every year• Honeywell Survey states that 2,000 buildings in India need to invest more in “Smart Building Technologies”. Airports and hotels score the highest, schools and residential buildings the lowest• Automation technologies to play a key role in the efficient operations of buildings. The industry estimates the Indian building automation and control systems market to grow three fold in revenue terms by 2019• Smart monitoring, cross-device compatibility, voice commands, wireless connectivity, lighting enabled by motion sensors are a few features of smart homes• More than 3,124 green building projects, with a footprint of over 2.75 billion sq. ft. registered with the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), of which 617 green building projects are certified and functionalSmart IT and Communications• India's share of the global IT industry at 7 percent is largely owing to exports• India, the fourth largest base for young businesses in the world, with 3,000 tech start-ups, is estimated to be 11,500 by 2020 (Nasscom and Zinnov Management Consulting Pvt Ltd.)• India is the world's second-largest tele-communications market with over 990+ million subscribers• Government of India targets Internet of things (IOT) industry at US$ 15 billion by 2020• Indian business process management (BPM) market is expected to reach US$ 50 billion by 2020• Sensors market in India is one of the fastest growing in Asia-Pacific, and expected to grow at a CAGR of over 20 percent between 2015-20Smart Security and Safety• Building security into smart cities isn’t just crucial from a citizen safety perspective but also for safeguarding national integrity• According to 6Wresearch, a research and consulting firm, the India video Surveillance market is projected to grow at a compounded annual growth of over 13 percent between 2016 and 2022. • The Indian electronic security market to reach US$ 2.31 billion by 2018• India's homeland security market is expected to be worth US$ 16 billion by 2018• India's fire and safety equipment market is expected to reach US$ 4.3 billion by the end of 2017Smart Grid• Smart grids is the answer to shortage of power, power theft, access to electricity in rural areas, power loss in the grid, inefficient power consumption, poor reliability, etc.• India's energy demand is expected to increase 3 times in the coming 10 years, out of which 2/3rd would be carried by the grid• In the XIIth plan, the Government has proposed to invest around USD 86.4 billion to upgrade the present electricity system• Smart grids will significantly reduce the environmental impact of the whole electricity supply system• 14 smart grid pilot projects to be implemented by state-owned distribution utilities in IndiaClean Energy• The Indian power sector is expected to attract investment of US$ 250 billion by 2019 across diverse areas of the energy sector• India has an installed capacity of 267 Gigawatt (GW) as of March 2015, dominated by fossil fuels: the additional electricity demand creates a large opportunity for renewable energy sources• India's target to install 100 GW solar power capacity by 2022 could make it one of the largest solar power markets in the world, creating 10 lakhs (1 million) jobs• India to spend US$ 21.6 billion over the next 10 years on smart grid infrastructure• Investment of around INR 25,300 crore (US$ 4 billion) to roll out a new metering system and upgrade distribution networks in the countryGovernment Initiatives• Government has just launched 14 projects of Pune’s Smart City Plan. This marks the beginning of implementation of urban development plans based on five year action plans formulated after detailed analysis of infrastructure gaps in over 500 cities included in Smart City Mission and AMRUT, accounting for about 70% of country’s urban population• Plan to build 60 million homes - 40 million in rural areas, and 20 million in urban areas under the "Housing for All" by 2022. INR 22,407 crore (US$ 3.61 billion) allocated for FY 2015-16 • Increase of forest cover; better monitoring and controlling of industrial pollution; 2000 environmental approvals were granted in two years for unlocking an investment of Rs 10 lakh crore with a potential of generating 10 lakh jobs• It is estimated that India will invest INR 550 billion (US$ 8.8 billion) in the private security industry by 2016• Government has approved the National Smart Grid Mission (NSGM) an institutional mechanism for planning, monitoring and implementation of policies and programs related to smart grid activities. The total outlay for NSGM activities for 12th Plan is Rs 980 crore with a budgetary support of Rs 338 crore• About 400 million people in India lack access to electricity: the government has promised electricity for every household by 2019

2nd Transport India 2017 Expo
Exhibitions India Group.
May 10, 2017   -   May 12, 2017
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

The Indian transport sector is one of the most diverse and large in the world. Catering to the need of around 1.25 billion people across the country, India transport industry contributes about 5.5 percent to the nation’s GDP.Today major Indian cities are home to millions of vehicles, contributing profoundly to traffic congestion and inadequate parking infrastructure & operations. Addressing the current needs of safe public transportation; inadequate capacity of public transportation; road safety concerns; overcrowded road network; poor traffic management; parking issues; theft; poor road conditions and lack of modal options (including pedestrian walkways); the 2nd Transport India 2017 expo will showcase end-to-end solutions for the future smart cities in the country.The expo will witness a series of conferences, workshops and live demonstration of new technology ideas, apart from an extensive exhibition to be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, 10th – 12th May, 2017.Key segments of 2nd Transport India 2017 expoElectric Vehicles (EVs)• EV is an automobile that uses electric motor as the power source with zero carbon emission. The electric energy of the EVs are stored in batteries, which are recharged at home or EV stations regularly• National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) and FAME (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles) aims to get 6-7 million electric vehicles on the roads by 2020• The government is aiming to make the country, a 100 per cent electric vehicle nation by 2030• India first offered tangible support to the electric vehicle industry at the end of 2010, with the new and renewable energy ministry announcing Rs 95-crore incentive scheme me for manufacturers. Import duty on batteries was cut to 4% from 26%. Price rebates of up to 20% were also offered, subject to a maximum of Rs 1lakh for an electric car Hybrid-Electric Vehicles (HEVs)• Hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is a combination of hybrid and electric vehicle that combines a conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) propulsion system with an electric propulsion system (hybrid vehicle drivetrain)• The batteries of the HEV recharges on their own due to the kinetic energy of the automobile being converted to electrical energy• US is the second largest hybrid electric vehicle market with over 4 million units sold through April 2016 after Japan (over 5 million)• Indian government launched 'FAME India - Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric vehicles in India' in 2015 as part of the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan• FAME aims to help save Rs. 60,000 crore annually in the country's oil import bill by 2020Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCVs)• FCV vehicles run on hydrogen rather than gasoline and produce no harmful tailpipe emissions. Fuel cell stack is the heart of FCV, which converts the stored hydrogen gas with oxygen from the air into electricity, powering the motor of the vehicle• Similar to EVs, FCV’s vehicles quick starts due to high torque from the electric motor and low operating noise• FCVs can be twice as efficient as similarly sized conventional vehicles and may also incorporate other advanced technologies to increase efficiencyBatteries and Storage Systems• The fuel consumption and emissions of the transport sector continue to increase whereas the energy use and emissions in other sectors diminish• Energy storage is the most promising technology to reduce fuel consumption in the transport sector• An energy storage solution based on a flywheel has already been installed in Hannover, Germany, at a remote extension of the tram system• The cost of electric vehicle batteries has reduced by more than 35% since 2008, and will continue to decline with technological advancement and volume production• The predicted market for automobile traction batteries is over $37 billion in 2020Flywheel Energy Storage (FES)• Flywheel energy storage systems (FESS) use electric energy input which is stored in the form of kinetic energy• High-speed flywheels are used in transport applications because of their much lower weight• Flywheel energy storage are low maintenance, long life, and negligible environmental impactElectric Vehicle Charging Stations• Electric vehicle charging stations supply electric energy for the recharging of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids• With the increase in ownership of plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles (BEV), there is a growing need for widely distributed publicly accessible charging stations• EVs being a new concept in India, Government subsidy, public awareness, instant technical support and extended manufacturer warranty are the key measures to attract Indian customers.• In January 2016, India’s EV development programme gained prominence after three of the country’s biggest car-makers signed a pact to jointly develop critical parts for an all-electric hybrid carIntelligent Transport Systems• Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) is defined as technology applied to transport and infrastructure to transfer information between systems for improved safety, productivity and environmental performance• Intelligent Transport Systems will make transport safer, more efficient and more sustainable to all modes of passenger and freight transport• According to the Standing Committee on Urban Development the Ministry on Urban Development (MoUD) has set up an Inter-Ministerial Core Group on ITS for framing a National framework for it• MoUD has initiated the Sustainable Urban Transport Project with the support of the Global Environment Facility (GEF), in which five demonstration cities: Indore, Mysore, Naya Raipur, Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad, have been chosen to showcase pilot ITS infrastructureConnected / Autonomous Vehicles• The connected car is an automobile designed with direct access to the Internet, enabling automated links to all other connected objects, including smartphones, tracking devices, traffic lights, other motor vehicles — and even home appliances• Nearly 400 people die in road accidents every day in India and traffic congestion costs the economy a whopping $11Bn• The government has also laid out plans to invest $1.7Tn by 2020 in upgrading its infrastructure to accommodate smart city projects, the majority of which will be dedicated to road networks• The number of cars in India with even basic connectivity today is only 1.4 per cent of the total• According to HIS automotive around 27 million vehicles worldwide are connected to the internet, and the number predicted to triple by 2022Smart Parking• Smart parking refers to the use of sensing devices to determine occupancy at the space level or at the lot/structure level• India is the 7th largest automobile producer in the world, with an annual production of 23.36 million vehicles, including two-wheelers, three-wheelers, passenger and commercial vehicles.• With the increase in number of vehicles to more than a billions globally, today the Parking industry needs smarter parking operations• The parking industry in India has been segmented into two types: on-street parking and off-street parking- On-street parking, represents about 80-85% of all parking in India and is typically controlled by municipalities - Off-street parking (i.e. garages, lots), which represents about 15% of all parking is largely owned by private enterprise• The increasing scarcity of space both on road and off road and value of parking spaces mean that efficient systems are requiredAlternative Fuel Vehicles• An alternative fuel vehicle is a vehicle that runs on a fuel other than traditional petroleum fuels; and also refers to any technology of powering an engine that does not involve solely petroleum• India is currently the fourth largest emitter of greenhouse gases (GHG) in the world. The transport sector accounts for 13% of India’s energy related CO2 emissions (INCCA, 2010)• The automotive sector market in India employs nearly 13 million people, directly and indirectly• Government incentives and policies to reduce carbon footprint, reduce transport related emissions and to attract consumer base for alternate vehicle technologies• About 49 million automobiles, motorcycles and light duty trucks manufactured and sold worldwide by mid-2015Smart City Public Transport Systems / Urban Mobility• The bus market in India is expected to be worth US$ 10.34 billion by 2020, while the monorail market is expected to become $15-20 billon within the next ten years• At present, 70 to 75 per cent of modes of commuting in most of the Indian cities comprise of walking, cycling and public transport despite the skyrocketing numbers of motorised two wheelers and cars in the last two decades• Across India, State Transport Units (STUs) managing public transportation are looking for technology enabled solutions to enhance ridership and convenience for commutersRoad Traffic Systems (Safety, security, surveillance)• Road safety and traffic is one of the biggest urban challenges faced globally. Road crashes and road crime are international problems produced by global society's increasing dependence on motorised transport• Every year more than 1.17 million people die in road crashes around the world. Sixty-five percent of deaths involve pedestrians and 35 percent of pedestrian deaths are children• It is necessary to establish an efficient real-time road traffic control, monitoring and forecasting system with road safety objectives• With the 'Safe Cities' concept, the demand for electronic security systems is on the rise. These include CCTV cameras at every traffic junctions and inside buses & metro railMake in India• Make in India initiative by increasing production capacity and trying to make India a global export hub• Indian government plans to focus on 25 sectors of the economy for job creation, automotive being one of the most promising sectors• India is the seventh-largest producer in the world with an average annual production of 17.5 million vehicles• Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu invited other countries to make India their base for manufacturing as the government would be investing $120 billion over the next five years to develop railway services• Canada-based passenger trains maker Bombardier is planning to develop India as the exports hub for its products and solutions to cater to Europe, South America and the Middle East marketsR&D in India• Japanese and European corporations account for 76 percent of R&D spend in the automotive vertical, with North America contributing 20 percent to the global share• National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRIP - the project has been set up at a cost of USD 388.5 million to enable the industry to adopt and implement global performance standards) and the Automotive Mission Plan (2006-2016) are some of the initiatives of the government to spear head automotive growth• The pace of economic and industrial progress is directly proportional to the efforts made towards research and development (R&D), which acts as a reliable measure of innovative capacity• R&D spend in India has grown to 0.9% of the country’s GDP• India is an attractive destination world-wide as a Research and Development location, especially with Indian companies drawing on local engineering design capability, many companies have already set up their bases for R&D in IndiaSkill in India• The Transportation, Logistics, Warehousing and Packaging Sector in India currently employs around 7.3 million persons• The Transportation, Logistics, Warehousing and Packaging Sector is considered an unattractive career option and fails to attract skilled manpower – this is especially critical in the case of integrated logistics providers• Most of the persons employed in the transport sector in India are minimally educated and most have studied till 10th standard or below• The Road freight transport sub-segment in India is unorganised and fragmented, and the majority is composed of small-time entrepreneurs owning one to ten trucks and this segment constitutes around 93% of the total players• The Delhi Government has made it mandatory for drivers to undergo refresher courses every three years before getting their license renewed• The government aims to increase India's present share of 6 percent of global manpower to roughly 6.6 percent by the next decade

2nd Solar India 2017 Expo
Exhibitions India Group.
May 10, 2017   -   May 12, 2017
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

Over 300 million people still have no access to electricity, which is why solar power is being seen as a viable, long-term source of clean energy. Solar energy, a clean renewable resource with zero emissions, has tremendous potential of energy to be harnessed using a variety of devices. India is on course to emerge as a solar power hub, and will become one of the largest green energy producers in the world. This can be clearly seen from the fact that India has become the second-biggest solar-energy installer in the world in just two years. Also, according to estimates, Indian solar-energy capacity will get increased by 300 percent this year and next. As part of its blueprint for energy security, government plans to float five funds of $5 billion each, targeted at promoting green energy sources. Prime Minister Modi’s target is to achieve 100 GW of solar power capacity by 2022 with an estimated investment of around US$ 100 billion. Realising the immense potential and emerging opportunities existing in solar industry. Exhibitions India Group is organising the 2nd edition of Solar India 2017 expo which will be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from 10-12 May 2017. The theme of the exhibition and conference is “Solar Energy for a Sustainable Future.”Key elements of 2nd Solar India 2017 expoRooftop solar• The centre has envisioned generating 40GW through roof-top grid interactive solar power to fulfil the 100GW target of solar power.• Buildings consume approximately 40 percent of the energy produced. By installing rooftop solar, 40,000 MW can begenerated by 2022• Gujarat has seen successful implementation of ‘rent-a-roof solar power program• Karnataka benefits from its net metering scheme, consumers receive credits for pumping energy back into the grid• Textile belt of Coimbatore and Tirupur have begun installing small solar farms on the rooftops of their factories• NCEF providing 30% subsidy support for implementing Large scale Grid Connected rooftop pilot projects• For the period upto 2019-20, the government has allocated INR 5,000 Crore (US$ 0.75 billion) for implementation of: 4,200 MW of solar rooftop systems and Grid connected rooftop systemsGround mounted solar• The Centre has set an ambitious target of generating 100GW (1,00000MW) of solar power by 2021-22 under the National Solar Mission•  Envisaged to generate 60GW ground mounted grid-connected solar power• Ground-mounted solar energy systems are very easy to site, because they can be placed on open land. They don’t require drilling into the roof, and the bracings used in standard ground mount systems are lightweight and easy to remove• A ground-mounted solar array can be more productive per panel than a rooftop solar array. The panels are set at the perfect angle to optimize energy production, which means it can generate more electricity than a comparably sized rooftop system and save money in the long run• Ground-mounted solar is very easy to access for cleaning and maintenanceBattery storage• By 2020, about 11.3 gigawatts of energy storage will be installed globally, equivalent to less than one percent of the total installed capacity of intermittent renewables, according to data from Bloomberg New Energy Finance• Battery storage to play an important role in India’s sustainable energy future• With limited investments in research and development of low cost and efficient battery technologies, the cost of batteries remain high resulting in less commercialization, poor adoption of battery storage. Pumped storage hydro power continues to dominate the energy storage in India• Make in India initiative to manufacture cost effective batteries• The state-run Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) is seeking bids for a 750-megawatt solar park at Ananthapuramu in Andhra Pradesh. In order to supplement the massive series of projects, SECI is looking to procure 100 megawatts of storage capacity• Over US$ 1.3 billion annual battery storage market in IndiaSolar cities• Development of 60 solar cities and 33 solar parks• Metros, airports and railway stations implementing solar projects• Dayal Singh College in Delhi installed solar panels for the electricity requirement of the college and the vicinity• The CREDA will be setting upto 1KV capacity solar power plant in all govt. schools, panchayat buildings and Anganwadis in Chhatisgarh• In a first of its kind in Central India solar power plant installed on a floating platform at Vidarbha Industries Power Ltd (VIPL), at Butibori, is being seen as a major advance with multiple advantages• Greater Chennai Corporation will install solar panels on the rooftops of 130 buildings as part of phase-two expansion of the project to tap renewable energy to power the local body's officesSmart villages• Census 2011 data shows the inequalities in basic amenities between rural and urban India:•  While 93% of urban households have electricity, only 55% of rural households have it• While 71% of urban households have access to piped water connections, the figure is only 35% for rural households• Only 31% of rural households have access to toilets, while 81% of urban households have latrines• Prime Minister Modi launches mission aimed at turning rural areas into economically, socially and physically sustainable spaces. Launched the Shyama Prasad Mukherji Rurban Mission (SPMRM) aimed at making villages smart and growth centres of the nation.• Develop around 2,500 Smart Villages by 2019, incorporating solar pumps for irrigation, solar water heaters, solar panels connected with batteries for home lighting and street lighting, etc• Rurban Mission launched by the Government recently (beginning from a small tribal cluster of Chhattisgarh) aims to bring together 5-7 villages into a cluster with population of 25,000 people. It will be then developed on all fronts like a city with economic standards, electricity, health and education facilities and employment opportunities for locals.• Odisha government plans to develop 50 MW canal bank solar projects by 2022• Under Green development initiative two Andhra villages- Toorputallu and Pedhamyanavanilanka will be electrified completely on solar power• Under DDUGJY-RE, Ministry of Power has sanctioned 921 projects to electrify 1,21,225 un-electrified villages, intensive electrification of 5,92,979 partially electrified villages and provide free electricity connections to 397.45 lakh BPL rural householdsMicro grids• Micro grid as a concept may be young, but it holds the key to lighting and digitally connecting millions of lives• The notation of micro grids came from the availability of renewable power and due to demand of electricity from remote areas•  These are grid-independent self-sufficient grids in remote areas where one uses diesel together with renewable energy to generate power for a targeted population• A micro grid comprised power generation system, energy storage facility and the load management system. Micro grid of 2-3 MW capacity could cater to 5,000 householdsStreet lighting• The Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE) is laying down standards for all stakeholders of street lighting, which involves use of efficient lamp technologies, optimization of pole and placement, efficient light distribution that balances the need for light and visibility• Solar LED street lighting is an especially cost-effective solution for parking lots, parks, residential streets, airports, and other applications where providing electricity is expensive or problematic• Solar street lights require much less maintenance compared to conventional street lights.• UPNEDA (Uttar Pradesh New &Amp; Renewable Energy Development Agency) has set up about 1.25 lakh solar energy based street lighting plants till date under the street lighting program• Energisation of Street Lights with Solar Power is a State funded scheme of Tamil Nadu under which solar powered street lights were installed in 1,000 Village Panchayats investing a sum of Rs.52.50 crore for energisation of 20,000 street over a period of 5 years from 2011-12Energy efficient products• Consumer Products: solar water heating systems; Solar home lighting systems; solar lanterns; solar pumps; solar mobile chargers; solar cookers; LED solar torch; solar RO plant; solar fan, solar Inverters, etc.• Commercial Products: Solar traffic signals; solar road studs/blinkers, etc.Government initiatives• India has added a total of 2,311.88 MW of grid-connected power generation capacity from renewable energy sources like solar and wind this fiscal in the country.• The Government of India has up-scaled the target of renewable energy capacity to 175 GW by the year 2022. The new target includes 100 GW from solar, 60 GW from wind, 10 GW from bio-power and 5 GW from small hydro-power• The government has implemented a scheme to install one lakh solar pumps for irrigation and drinking water through State Nodal Agencies and NABARD• The Government has approved a Scheme for setting up of 25 Solar Parks, each with the capacity of 500 MW and above in next 5 years in various States with Central Government financial support of Rs 4050 crore• Setting up of over 300 MW of Grid-Connected Solar PV Power Projects by Defence establishments and Para Military Forces with viability gap funding• Implementation of Scheme for setting up 1000 MW of Grid Connected Solar PV Power projects by CPSUs and GOI organization’s with Viability Gap Funding in three years period from 2015-16 to 2017-18• The government has set a target of 4,460 MW of power generation capacity addition this fiscal from renewable energy sources, including solar, wind and small-hydro.

Buildings India 2017 Expo
Exhibitions India Group.
May 10, 2017   -   May 12, 2017
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi

Sustainable Infrastructure is an integral part of the smart cities mission. Driving a nation’s social and economic development, cities are the centre of resource consumption. Today, as people moving towards urban areas, cities are facing the pressure to accommodate the growing population. According to the United Nations (UN), the global urban population surpassed the global rural population in 2007, and it predicts that 70% of the world’s population will be urban by 2050, with many cities having more than 10 million inhabitants.As the cities expand, it is imperative to invest in smart buildings and housing to enable smart cities of the future. Smart buildings are intelligent structures that significantly save time, energy and operating cost, with the help of smart technology and materials. It is estimated that smart buildings will save up to 30 percent of water consumption, 40 percent of energy consumption, and reduce the overall building maintenance costs by 10 to 30 percent.Key aspects of Buildings India 2017 expoConnected homes• Homes around the world to become smarter and more connected in next five years• Connected homes give you total control on your house, with the ability to control elements in the home while you are away• Connected-home devices include all smart appliances (washers, dryers, refrigerators, etc.), safety and security systems (internet-connected sensors, monitors, cameras, and alarm systems), and energy equipment like smart thermostats and smart lighting• A PwC study estimates connected home market could be worth almost US$150 billion globally by 2020• With the growing proliferation of consumer electronics connected to internet, the Internet of Things (IoT) market is expected to reach US$ 15 billion by 2020 as per research firm IDCEnergy management• Cities account for 70 percent of the world’s energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions• Increase in price, availability of energy resources, and their environmental impact are some of the major concerns today• In the US alone, businesses spend about US$100 billion on energy for their offices every year• Commercial buildings could save up to $60 billion if investments in energy efficiency were ramped up by just 1-4%, according to a study by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE).• It is possible to convert these buildings into smart and energy efficient buildings by infusing sensors, actuators and CCTVs that sense and respond intelligently to the needs of the building occupants. Green buildings• More than 3,570 green building projects with a footprint of over 3.59 billion sq. ft. are registered with the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), of which 789 green building projects are certified and functional• India’s green building footprint has emerged as the second largest in the world, and can go up to 10 billion sq. ft. by 2022• It is estimated that energy saving from green buildings is about 30 to 40 percent• The green building industry in India will grow by 20 percent in the next three years, increasing the scope of green building materials in the country• All types of buildings are going the green way: government, IT parks, offices, banks, residential, convention centres, airports, institutions, hotels, hospitals, factories, SEZs, townships, schools, metros, etc.Housing for all• The urban landscape of India is fast filling, and it is expected to reach 81 crore by 2050• According to the 2011 Census, there is a shortage of 18.78 million houses in the country• 'Housing for All by 2022' is a flagship project launched with the aim of building affordable homes for the urban poor and slum dwellers at low interest rates• Government of India plans to construct 29.5 million houses in rural areas under ‘Housing for All’ scheme• The Government will need to provide assistance for 10 million households by FY 2018-19 at an estimated cost of around US$ 12 billion out of which US$ 10 billion will be provided by budgetary allocation and the rest will come from borrowing through National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD)Real estate• The real estate sector holds prodigious strategic economic importance in the Indian economy• Real estate is the second largest employment generator in India after agriculture• The Indian real estate market is expected to touch US$ 180 billion by 2020. The housing sector alone contributes 5-6 per cent to the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP)• Both the central and state governments are spending about USD 5 to 6 billion annually, to develop the housing sector of India• The construction industry ranks third among the 14 major sectors in terms of direct, indirect and induced effects in all sectors of the economySmart appliances• Machine to machine (M2M) communication and large scale digitization are expected to provide new growth opportunities to players in the smart appliances market• Some smart appliances are: televisions, fridges, cookers, washing machines, dishwashers, robotic vacuum cleaners, air conditioners, smart security systems, etc.• The Indian consumer electronics and appliances market is projected to be worth $20.6 billion by 2020Smart lighting• One-third of the world’s roads are still lighted by technology dating back to the 1960s• Philips estimates that a complete switch to LED technology can generate savings of approximately €130 billion• The Indian lighting industry will be INR 35,000 crore (US$ 5.22 billion) by 2020• With the government’s decision to switch to LED for all public space lighting, the Indian LED industry may touch INR 21,600 crore by 2020• Sensors and metering systems will enable the city to generate information about its own infrastructure usage and condition in coming yearsWater and waste management• It is estimated that as much as 40 to 50 per cent of the water is “lost” in the distribution system• Smart buildings have been found to help save up to 30 percent of water usage, 40 percent of energy usage and thereby help reduce building maintenance costs by 10 to 30 percent. • Only 31 percent of urban wastewater is treated per day at 11,787 million litres per day (MLD)• Only 37 percent of urban sewage is treated per day at 23,277 million litres per day (MLD)

IoT/M2M Expo Spring 2017
Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.
May 10, 2017   -   May 12, 2017
Tokyo Big Sight

IoT/M2M Expo Spring is a long-awaited special exhibition gathering all kinds of IoT (Internet of Things)/M2M related products and services. A great number of information systems managers, management executives, sales managers, SaaS providers, system integrators and managers from division where use various systems will visit IoT/M2M Expo Spring to conduct face-to-face business with exhibitors.

Data Storage Expo (DSE)
Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.
May 10, 2017   -   May 12, 2017
Tokyo Big Sight

DSE is Japan's largest exhibition featuring essential data storage solutions to manage and protect enormous volume of information. A great number of information/network systems managers and specialists in positions such as researchers and developers in government/public organisations and medical institutions visit DSE every year to conduct face-to-face business with exhibitors.

Information Security Expo (IST Spring)
Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.
May 10, 2017   -   May 12, 2017
Tokyo Big Sight

IST is Japan's largest exhibition featuring all kinds of information security related products and services. A great number of managers representing, risk/security management,information systems, corporate planning, audit and legal affairs visit IST every year to conduct face-to-face business with exhibitors.

Cloud Computing Expo Japan (CLOUD JAPAN Spring)
Reed Exhibitions Japan Ltd.
May 10, 2017   -   May 12, 2017
Tokyo Big Sight

Cloud Computing Expo Japan (CLOUD JAPAN spring) gathers kinds of cloud computing products and services. A great number of information systems managers, management exectives, sales managers, SaaS providers, system integrators and managers from divisions requiring systems will visit CLOUD JAPAN to conduct face-to-face business with exhibitors.