UIB Announces 2017 IoT Day Events
From Bangalore to El Salvador to online – this Sunday, April 9, 2017, you can join UIB’s IoT Day celebrations
Singapore (April 4, 2017) – Global intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) messaging leader Unified Inbox Pte. Ltd. (UIB) today announced their participation in 2017 IoT Day events around the world.
“Part of our company’s philosophy is to engage team members who work in different countries in global events such as IoT Day, which was started by the IoT Council – the world’s leading independent think tank on IoT. UIB team members are organizing events in their local communities to raise awareness and involve more people in the conversation about how we can use IoT at home, at work, and on the go to improve people’s lives, in use cases ranging from healthcare to public transportation to energy and the environment.”
“In the coming decade, IoT is going to disrupt every major industry. Having an understanding of IoT is going to become a critical skill set for one’s job search – that’s why IoT Day is such a great opportunity. All of us, regardless of age or experience, can deepen our understanding of IoT, educate each other, and share our learnings and experiences."
“IoT Day was started in 2010 to create awareness about the Internet of Things, its applications, and its impact on people’s lives. Even most technology experts don’t fully understand IoT, and the same goes for the people around us – in my case, my own family members. We need really good ‘human’ stories to help people to understand IoT. And our goal is to get people talking about how IoT can make a real difference in their lives.”
"We're hosting El Salvador’s first ever IoT Day celebration in cooperation with Monstruo Innovation, HackerSpace, InnBox, and FabLab. Along with interactive demonstrations, we’ll have a series of four talks: 1) Lito Ibarra on distributed intelligence, 2) Mario Gomez on IoT basics, 3) Carlos Valladares on digital manufacturing, and 4) Claudia Olmedo on innovation. I am excited to be part of the emerging IoT community in El Salvador, and to be able to share this knowledge with everyone who wants to learn, develop, and/or just have fun with IoT. We will not only continue the promotion of IoT in El Salvador, but across the entire Latin American region. Learn more at: theinternetofthings.eu/celebrate-first-iot-day-el-salvador."
"We're hosting an IoT Day event in Bangalore. Creating awareness about IoT will really help people to understand the technology, and how it can impact their daily lives. We want to inspire people to learn more about IoT and to discover its possibilities across different industry verticals. The event will showcase how the most popular communications channels, including Viber, WhatsApp, and SMS, can be used to remotely control smart devices ranging from lights to vacuum cleaners. Learn more at: iotday.org/iot-day-bengaluru."
"We're hosting a virtual IoT Day event on Twitter from Orlando, Florida on the hashtag #iottweetchat. Not everyone lives in a location holding a local event, so by holding a virtual event on Twitter, everyone is able to become a part of the global IoT community. This also gives us the opportunity to share photos and videos from people participating at different local events throughout the day. Learn more at: iotday.org/iotdaytweetchat."
Hosting your own event, or just want to learn more about IoT Day, including UIB’s events? Visit the the IoT Day website at: iotday.org/events.
About IoT Day and the IoT Council
Created by the IoT Council in 2010, IoT day is an open invitation to the global Internet of Things (IoT) community to participate in an event, host a hackathon, or just share a coffee with a friend or fellow collaborator focused around the IoT and its implications.
No matter where you are in the world, you can participate in #iotday on April 9, 2017
About Unified Inbox
What if you could chat with your “things” as easily as you chat with your friends?
Unified Inbox is a global intelligent Internet of Things (IoT) messaging company focused on inventing innovative new technologies for smart homes, smart cities, and smart enterprises (including Industry 4.0).
With operations in Singapore, the UAE, India, Europe, and the US, Unified Inbox’s UnificationEngine™ platform brings together Artificial Intelligence with IoT and unified messaging to enable people to message their things as easily as they message their friends, on the communications channels they use most — and without the need for an additional app!
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About Unified Inbox
We make human to machine communications simple.
Named a Gartner “Cool Vendor” in Unified Communications and Collaboration Technologies, UIB is a global software and services company. We invented the UnificationEngine® intelligent IoT messaging platform to solve the problem of how to talk to cloud-connected software, services, chatbots, and devices. Available now, global enterprises use UnificationEngine to transform their businesses’ results and government authorities, including smart cities, use UnificationEngine to transform their citizens’ lives.
Adding our UnificationEngine-powered SmartContact® to your smartphone’s address book, allows you to talk to any connected “thing” or service on over 20 of the world’s most popular communications platforms, including email, SMS, smart speakers, social media messaging and chat apps (including WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, WeChat, and many more).
Our intelligent IoT messaging is helping home appliance manufacturers, hospitality companies, telecommunications providers, airlines, hospitals, and others to increase their revenues, decrease their costs, and delight their users. With a SmartContact in your smartphone’s address book, you can talk via natural language voice and instant messaging to any device on any channel in any language with or without the device’s native mobile app or a virtual assistant.
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