The 2018 edition will provide insights on IoT solutions for Smart Grid, Smart Metering and Energy Storage, which are helpful for the energy cost stabilization and the increase of ROI. Other important subjects in this area: M2M solutions for remote control and remote management of energy micro/co-generation green plants, storage and distribution plants, Smart City and Industry 4.0 solutions.
Following the success of the last edition, the 2018 ESCO TECH FORUM will take place again in the framework of IOENERGY.
ESCO TECH FORUM is the appointment for all the market players in the energy saving area and is developed in collaboration with ASSOESCo, the Italian trade association for the Energy Service Companies. Thanks to the collaboration with partners and trade associations it will also feature three live demo areas: Smart Building, Smart Lighting and Smart Charging, where “hands on” experiences will take place on innovative IoT solutions for comfort, safety, lighting, recharging points and many more.
INTERNET OF ENERGY
Since 2011 IOTHINGS has developed the Smart Energy area, now IOENERGY, in collaboration with trade associations and partners. The aim is to provide broad and integrated contents on the technology usage for the Internet of Energy field.
Target audience is B2B only and it includes C-levels from End-users companies, Public Utilities, Public Administration and Carriers. It is the only event where a session will be discussed around the new born figure of Chief IoT Officer.
The event is also innovative in its format: not only expo and conferences, but also business meetings and networking. In 2018 participants have the opportunity to take part to the third edition of IoT Valley Tour to discover the territory excellence.
This area features the IoT and M2M technology for commercial real estates, housing estates and public real estates such as hospitals, schools and univeristy buildings. It focuses on solutions for energy managemet, safety and comfort.
This brand-new area is developed in collaboration with trade associations and covers the subjects related to cost-effective equipment and light sources that combined with smart digital technology will enable the switch from the “energy saving only” to the “Human Centric Lighting” in the residential, industrial, commercial and public lighting.
A key element of new mobility, being able to quickly and safely recharge cars requires smart charging infrastructures and applications, remote management and monitoring systems, as well as proper strategies to improve the customer experience.