South Africa ready for the Internet of Things event in Africa


A Internet of Things (IoT) is a term that is at the tip of everyone's language in technological space. It is estimated that by 2020 there will be around 21 billions of devices connected worldwide and IoT is at the forefront of this revolution.

South Africa is now set to perform on 26 and 27 on March 2019 days at the Gallagher Convention Center in Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. Africa Internet Forum of Things (#IOTFA), solution providers and decision makers from various industries for the third consecutive year.

Many industry players are paying attention to the growth of this technology, but its potential to solve a multitude of issues facing the African continent in day-to-day life is forgotten. Whether in health, business or education, IoT has several innovative and practical solutions to problems faced by those moving to a digital society.

Topics will include things like Intelligent Cities, IoT for Public Safety, Digital Transformation, Blockchain, IT Security, IA, Analytics, IoT Strategy, IoT Adoption.

The main discussions will be centered around themes such as:

  • The future of IoT - Forecasts for a Connected World
  • Understand the path to the market and the stages in the initial life cycle of an IoT business
  • Select the right platform for your IoT project
  • Test IoT Devices and Platforms - Potential Traps and How to Avoid Them
  • Look at the new world of connectivity: 5G and the Internet of Things
  • Wireless connectivity advancements
  • The Disruptive Impact of Mesh Networking on the Internet of Things
  • Transforming rural Africa with the power of IoT
  • Intelligent City Ecosystems and Sustainability
  • The Internet of Things - The Perspective of a Service Provider
  • Future of IoT simulation: Internet of virtual things

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Daniel Afonso Geto Student of Telecommunications and Network Engineering writes about technology precisely because it is his area of ​​training, to be something he loves to do and for himself it is a privilege to be part of the largest Angolan site of news related to ICT. Taking the principle, stop is dying, is also the holder of certifications: Network Administration, CCNA Routing, CCNA Switching and CCNA Security.