We’ll be showcasing our integrated solutions and speaking at major industry conferences across the United States and Europe this week. If you’re attending any of the events listed below, you won’t want to miss our demonstrations of real-world integrations with next generation Smart Buildings, Plattform Industrie 4.0 and the recently released Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC) Industrial Internet Security Framework.

To schedule time to meet, click here. To find out more, read on!

Hannover Messe

When: April 24-28, 2017

Where: Hannover Exhibition Grounds, Germany

Location: Hall 8, Stand C24, Booth 13


During Hannover Messe, we’ll demonstrate how our IoT platform enables innovative commercial and industrial applications and empowers manufacturers to manage and quickly scale their connected products and services to millions of users. Featured demonstrations will include:

IOT DevCon Internet of Things Developers Conference

When: April 26, 2017

Where: Santa Clara, Calif.

Session: Why are 70% of IoT Projects Stuck in PoC Purgatory?

Electric Imp Imp CEO Hugo Fiennes will explore the factors that are slowing IoT adoption. That includes sharing stories about the difficulties frequently seen in the proof of concept stage, which become greater as companies move to production and deployment. Hugo will share approaches to planning and implementing projects that become connected real-world products – in as little as 5 months –to help attendees get products to market faster and at less cost.

CABA Intelligent Buildings & Digital Home Forum

When: April 27, 2017

Where: Santa Clara, Calif.

Session: Building Controls and Energy – Reduce and Produce!

The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) is an international not-for-profit industry association dedicated to the advancement of intelligent home and intelligent building technologies. Join Hugo and a panel of industry experts as they examine the challenges of IoT and Intelligent Buildings and Smart Homes. Topics range from helping end-users recognize the value of energy management systems and building automation – which are proven to save tenants up to 40 percent a year – to discussing new technologies that can revolutionize the way buildings consume, produce and manage electrical energy.

We look forward to seeing you! To schedule time to meet, click here.

Carol Schmitt

Head of Product Marketing

Electric Imp