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Global IoT Summit

3-5 June 2020 · Dublin, Ireland

After three successful editions in Geneva, Bilbao and Aarhus, the next GIOTS will be held in Dublin (Ireland), collocated with IoT Week. GIoTS 2020 seeks contributions on how to nurture and cultivate IoT technologies and applications for the benefit of society.

Join us at the forth edition of the Global IoT Summit!

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Why Global IoT Summit?

The Global IoT Summit (GIoTS) is an international conference established to attract and present the latest research results in IoT. It is endorsed by IEEE and intends to select the best papers through a systematic peer review process.

GIOTS 2020 is a unique event, and will consist of Keynote Sessions, Cutting-edge Sessions and Presentations, Thematic Workshops, Special Sessions, Exhibition Area and a Hackathon.

Why attend? Besides giving you an opportunity to join a lively IoT community, it also provides:

  • A great line-up of speakers - GIoTS brings together researchers from diverse cross-disciplinary areas to address challenges in the emerging discipline
  • Publication of papers – all selected papers will be published by IEEE and Sensor
  • GIoTS registration includes a pass to IoT Week sessions (IoT Week registration does not allow to submit article and to take full part in the IEEE GIoTS sessions)

Call for papers

GIoTS invites you to submit papers on Internetof Things.
Share your research results with the IoT community at large with over 1500 expected participants!

Dr. Jorge Pereira
Jart Armin
CEO of DefCon, Netherlands
Hardy Schloer
Managing Director of Schloer Consulting Group and the Chief Technical Officer of Prisma Analytics GmbH

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Selected paper of the conference will be invited to a Special Issue of Journal Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220, IF 2.475)

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