IoT Solutions Congress in Brazil to Boost Industrial Innovation

5th Jun, 2024
Photo credit: Transamerica Expo Center
IOT Solutions World Congress arrives in Brazil to celebrate its first spin-off abroad. Fira de Barcelona's leading international event on the transformation of industry through disruptive technologies is launching a Brazilian edition from 6 to 7 June at the Transamérica exhibition centre in São Paulo and expects to bring together 5,000 visitors from 20 countries, 50 exhibitors and 45 speakers.
Organised by Fira de Barcelona together with the Brazilian hub of smart cities, iCities, and the support of the government of the City of São Paulo and São Paulo Business, under the motto ‘Touch the unlimited possibilities of innovation’, the first edition of IOT Solutions Congress Brazil (IOTSCB) aims to be the annual meeting for leaders, experts and professionals in the sector in the South American country. The event will address topics such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence, Digital Twins, Augmented Reality, Connectivity and Cybersecurity, among others.
Ricard Zapatero, Director of International Business at Fira de Barcelona, said: “We are very pleased to add another show to Fira de Barcelona's international portfolio, which demonstrates the vitality of our events, as well as the institution's important role on the international trade fair scene”. Zapatero added, “Brazil is one of the Latin American countries that is experiencing the greatest growth in the IoT market, hand in hand with strong investment in the 5G network, and that is why IOTSCB wants to accompany it on this path of transformation of the industry”.
The show will have a congress part with leading experts who will share their knowledge and experience on the future of industrial innovation. Among the 45 speakers will be Ricky Ribeiro, founder of Mobilize Brazil; Robin Bass, owner of Allons Vent; Waldemir Cambiucci, director of emerging technologies at Microsoft Brazil; and Tanja Jacobsen, co-founder of Hofstra.
There will also be an exhibition area where 50 companies will participate. They will showcase a wide range of disruptive products and solutions that respond to current market challenges and establish new contacts. Boston Robotics, ICI, the Smart Cities Institute, and the Itaipu Technology Park are among the participating companies and organisations.
The event's programme will be rounded off with a space for start-ups, which will bring together 130 emerging companies, and a Testbeds area with real applications of cutting-edge technologies.
Fira, a global brand
  • This Brazilian edition will be the first IOT Solutions World Congress to be held abroad. The leading global event in industry transformation through the use of disruptive technologies held its 8th edition this year at Fira de Barcelona's Gran Vía venue, bringing together 300 exhibiting companies, 250 experts and 11,000 professional visitors.
  • With the aim of exporting its experience as an exhibition organiser internationally and offering business opportunities to Catalan and Spanish companies, Fira de Barcelona has been exporting events all over the world for more than 10 years.
  • This year, together with IOT Solutions Congress Brazil, the Barcelona trade fair institution is holding 11 shows around the world, including the local editions of Smart City Expo World Congress in Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, the United States, Mexico, Qatar and Chile, as well as Alimentos Cuba and Alimentaria in China

Other Articles

About Us

Supported by the Union of International Associations (UIA), the International Association of Professional Congress Organisers (IAPCO) and the Interel Group, the global public affairs and association management consultancy, Headquarters Magazines serve the needs of international associations organising worldwide congresses.