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Internet of Things Demonstrator


Join us for our Internet of Things Demonstrator event.

Building the ecosystem - interoperability and working with the Technology Strategy Board IoT Ecosystem Demonstrator Clusters

Friday 29th November 2013

Congress Centre, 28 Great Russell St, London WC1B 3LS

12:00 for a 13:00 start. Lunch will be provided.


In March 2013, Minister David Willetts announced the result of Phase 1 of the Technology Strategy Board IoT Ecosystem Demonstrator competition.

Eight clusters were established, each in different areas and application scenarios, with the aim to become open zones for experimentation and innovation to help industry address some of the key challenges to realize the potential of the Internet of Things.  The clusters are based on real-world scenarios, projects commenced in April 2013 and will complete by the end of March 2014. A description of the eight clusters can be found here.

Clusters have been tasked with delivering interoperability within and between demonstrator projects, and growing their ecosystems.

This free-to-attend event is your opportunity to learn of progress to date and help fashion the future development of the IoT Ecosystem.

Further information will be provided prior to the event.


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