Living Innovations @ Internet of Things Asia 2015

“According to a recent IDC report (February 2015), the Internet of Things market size in Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APeJ) will grow from USD 408 billion in 2013 to USD 862 billion in 2020, a CAGR of 11.3%. Significant growth also is forecast in the number of autonomous intelligent/embedded systems, or “things”,that will connect to the internet in APeJ, with the number growing from 2.59 billion in 2013 to 8.98 billion in 2020.” 

– IoT Asia 2015

For home automation market alone, it is estimated to contribute up to 1/10th of the figures above. Living Innovations is proud to have taken part in Internet of Things Asia 2015 from 8th to 10th April 2015 at the Singapore Expo Max Atria. Being the only exhibitor that demonstrated Z-Wave capabilities and interoperability, we thanked all the visitors for dropping by for their overwhelming interest in our demo setup at our booth.

We had great networking sessions and fun during the event. It was an eye opener to see an an explosion of new IoT-related solutions, including consumer wearables devices, smart home products and industrial IoT solutions, and these solutions are being increasingly adopted across the consumer, enterprise and government segments. We also had the honour to be invited as a speaker as well as the panel discussion with some of the industry leaders.

Here are some pictures of the event:

List of Exhibitors

 

Our slots for panel discussion and speaker session

 

Marketing support by Z-Wave Alliance

 

Clean and simple demo setup

 

Panel discussion with forerunners in IoT

 

Privileged to be invited to share smart home trends in Singapore

 

End of event, tired but rewarding 🙂

Living Innovation Team

Source : Automate Asia

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