Sigma Software and Sigma Technology host the Internet of Things conference in Hungary

Sigma Software

We are proud to announce that the conference on Internet of Things, organized by Sigma Software and Sigma Technology Hungary is going to take place on November 19th. We kindly invite everyone to join us at BME Innovation Lab (Demola Budapest, Egry József Street, 18). The event will welcome H.E. Mr. Niclas Trouvé, Ambassador of Sweden to Hungary.

The Internet of Things (IoT) describes a network of smart devices and everyday objects which continuously monitor their surroundings while collecting, exchanging and analyzing data.

Experts agree that IoT is the next “big thing” that will change significantly the way we live, work, travel, or even dress. According to a recent McKinsey report, the potential economic impact of IoT applications could reach up to $11.1 trillion per year in 2025.

The agenda of the conference will include the speeches from the key Sigma specialists. Ievgen Yakovlev, head of South office at Sigma Software, will talk about the ways of making technology usable.

The Internet of Things emerges extremely fast. It`s been a technology mega-trend for more than five years, influencing the whole business environment. Every day billions of people connect to the Internet billions of devices, ranging from fitness bracelets to industrial equipment. In this way the IoT merges the physical and online worlds and makes technology usable for any person. And, of course, it opens new opportunities and challenges for companies,” says Ievgen.

“This event was considered as a place, where IoT professionals, experts, and decision makers could gather to discuss the opportunities in a connected world,” says György Nagy, Country Manager of Sigma Technology Hungary. “The participation is free of charge, however, seats are limited. So, don`t miss it!”

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More information on the conference is available on the official website.


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