The expo will highlight cutting-edge converging technologies of telecom, broadcast, and digital media.
The 26th edition of Convergence India 2018 expo will take place at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, March 07–09, 2018. The expo will highlight cutting-edge converging technologies of telecom, broadcast, and digital media.
The 3-day international exhibition and conference provides an excellent networking opportunity for exhibitors, visitors, speakers, and delegates. This platform attracts high-quality exhibitors to showcase their products to advance their business opportunities at the thriving market in India.
The concurrent conference on all 3 days will deliberate on government’s vision of Digital India where dignitaries from the government and industry representatives throw light on development, case studies, and issues faced in order to achieve last mile Internet connectivity. The upcoming 5G technology in telecom will also be discussed during the event.
Whilst video on demand, multiscreen, TV everywhere, cloud TV etc. are gaining momentum rapidly, the display technologies and sessions on OTT will attract large gathering from broadcasters, MSOs, DTH players, digital marketers, content producers, telco’s, middleware, and many more at one single platform.
The co-located 2nd Internet of Things (IoT) India expo 2018 will encompass IoT innovations in the field of smart cities, wearables, design applications, enablers, industrial IoT, data analytics, and many other disruptive technologies for enterprises. Since, IoT is the next wave of the revolution, the event will attract dignitaries from government, businesses and consumers, industry sectors including automation, manufacturing, agriculture, automotive, consumer electronics, energy and utilities, healthcare, home automation, infrastructure, etc.
The IoT-related conference tracks will deliberate on vast opportunities in the IoT ecosystem including starting and integrating IoT in the business, bridging gap between strategy and execution, monetization and policies, ROI and funding of IoT startups, and many more.
With over 25,000 expected attendees from 30 countries, more than 700 exhibitors, and 200+ speakers speaking in 40 technical sessions this will be India’s leading event on communications, broadcast, IT, and technologies.