Mobile World Congress Los Angeles is bustling with activity and we’re continuing to gather amazing insights. We’re having so many great conversations with organizations, industry analysts, and partners and we still have one more full day to go. Here are the highlights from Day Two.
Today I spoke on a panel titled Digital Transformation from Ideation to Reality, a compelling conversation on how to overcome common challenges. Along with my co-panelists - Steve Brumer, BH IoT Group and Bill Brown, IoT Technology Leader at Rheem Manufacturing – we discussed how to successfully identify, implement, and manage the right mix of IoT technologies to achieve digital transformation.
You’ve probably heard the buzz about the living wall, which caught the attention of a broad range of show attendants – including the mayor of Los Angeles and representatives from MWC. Romil Bahl, KORE CEO, was filmed on-site during the donation sharing with students and attendees alike our deep commitment to deploying IoT solutions that have a positive and profound impact on our global community. Stay tuned for the video soon!
We’re excited to see the great response to our new technology solutions. Today, we showed a countless number of demos for analysts, customers, on prospects interested in seeing our KORE One IoT platform. We’re excited to see how the services will reduce IoT complexity and how our organizations will use the platform to easily build of new IoT services. Stop by the booth and I’ll show you the possibilities.
Tomorrow, Romil will deliver an important IoT keynote address on how organizations can ensure long-term IoT success. How to Navigate the Fragmented IoT Ecosystem will cover every stage of the IoT solution lifecycle from creating a strategy and building business cases and PoCs to generating and gathering data-driven analytics and insights. If you’re at Mobile World Congress, join me at the IoT Talks Theater (South Hall stand 3147) tomorrow at 10:00-10:30 a.m. PT to hear Romil’s expert guidance on how to select the optimal IoT technology mix and partner ecosystem to simplify the complexity of IoT deployments.
If you haven’t seen the KORE booth (#2318) yet, please come by to say hello and share your thoughts on the show. For those not attending Mobile World Congress, follow our live updates on Twitter and LinkedIn.