India m2m2iot Forum 2016, April 22 – 23

April 22 – 23, 2016

New Delhi, India

TSDSI ‘Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India’ and TCOE ‘Telecom Centers Of Excellence, India’ comes together with to organize the India m2m2iot Forum 2016, in New Delhi, India, on April 22 – 23, 2016.

India m2m2iot Forum is the platform that continues to actively facilitate new ideas, businesses and partnerships in m2m + iot developments and will provide an unique platform for M2M + IoT Evangelists, Innovators and Disruptors, and Manufacturers from the Small and Medium Enterprise Segments to interact with Governments – Policy Makers and Regulators and Operators to come together and create the right enabling environment for innovation, ensure fair competition, facilitate cross-sector partnerships and meet the common challenges of legal regulations, privacy and security, and most importantly STANDARDS driven implementation and management of M2M + IoT based services in India.

India m2m2iot Forum is the forum that strives to bring together the major stake- holders form the entire eco-system of the m2m + iot to discuss, deliberate and also conclude these industry opportunities and challenges, learn and share knowledge – and build the actual framework for the successes of this very small and medium enterprise segment.

This joint forum is intended as a bridge between the ‘movers and shakers’ of the M2M + IoT universe in India with the standards development community of India and the world.


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