Mouser Electronics, Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader that empowers innovation, today announces its first five-city Internet of Things (IoT) Technical Roadshow Series 2017 in association with India Electronics and Semiconductor Association (IESA). The roadshow travels to the five major tech hubs of India — Bangalore, NCR, Pune, Chennai and Hyderabad — bringing IoT products, technologies and solutions to the forefront. This single-day roadshow in each city is designed for design engineers, IoT leaders, practitioners, FAEs, technology experts, EMS, OEM and ecosystem enablers.
The first roadshow in the series takes place July 7 at Vivanta by Taj, MG Road in Bangalore. Attendees will learn how Mouser empowers engineers by delivering new technologies, new product advancements, and component innovations. Mouser will also sponsor the afternoon break after four informative breakout sessions by industry leaders: Accelerating the Path to Industry 4.0 by Maxim Integrated; Smart Cities, Smart Automation by TE Connectivity; IoT and Long Range Communications by Texas Instruments; and How Secure Is Your Innovation by Microchip Technology.
With the IoT sector in India poised to reach $9 billion by 2020, the industry looks to accelerate this growth through technical knowledge-sharing. This riveting symposium will provide the foundation to design and development engineers, developers and startup community, field applications engineers, OEMs, EMS and technology experts in the ESDM sector to utilize IoT to its full extent. Participants will experience the newest products, technologies and solutions that impact IoT development, and will participate in high-level discussions covering key design trends and manufacturer presentations supporting the electronics industry in India.
“Mouser is proud to support and organize this five-city IoT Technical Roadshow Series for the first time in India,” says Mark Burr-Lonnon, Senior Vice President of EMEA & APAC, G&A at Mouser Electronics. “IoT is one of the most exciting and innovative sectors in the industry, and this series brings together engineers of all levels to experience the newest developments in Internet of Things.”
Commenting on the inception of the roadshow, MN Vidyashankar, President, IESA, said, “IESA has always implemented a collaborative approach to educate, develop and inspire the industry. We are enthusiastic about the Indian IoT growth story. It provides a lot of scope to break the existing standards and create a more connected and mobile environment, previously unimaginable. The IoT Technical Roadshow Series with Mouser Electronics will spearhead the stakeholders to implement IoT in their respective fields, spanning across verticals such as automotive, healthcare, telecommunications and wireless, to name a few. The five-city approach will help us to create new roads to reach a wider audience.”
To learn more about the IoT Technical Roadshow Series 2017 visit https://apac.info.mouser.com/5city-iot-technical-roadshow-india-apacen