5th October, 2018 @ 8:00 AM

#60MOC October 5 – The Internet of Things meets the Block Chain

Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/10/2018
8:00 am - 9:00 am

Earlier in the year we did Blockchain and explored the massive change this technology will bring to our world.

 

In 2017, according to analysts Gartner, there were an estimated 8.4 billion IoT devices. By 2020 that number could exceed 20 billion, and by 2030 there could be more than 500 billion.

 

The implications of this revolution in connectivity extend far beyond just smartphones and private houses. In fact, it’s about to be applied on an industrial scale to everything from fridges to farming to healthcare, in a manner people can hardly imagine.

 

Well, this #60MOC session will dive into the exciting world of IOT and Blockchain as double trouble and augmented solutions for today.

 

From self healing objects to closed mystical worlds filled with the chatter IOT appliances discussing ‘what to do’ next, this #60MOC will broaden your view of the real benefits and risk associated with IOT.

 

Grab a spot quick as this session will book out quickly.

 

Free Session offered to help improve the skills and knowledge of the SA business community.

 

Proudly sponsored by Mahalia Coffee

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EVENTS HOST OR SPEAKERS

Marina Pullin

A passionate and experienced facilitator and trainer, Marina covers a range of topics from behavioural through to technical training. With a sharp wit and send of fun, Marina will ensure your session is enjoyable, challenging and positively provoking as you enter a new stage of your career.

Marina is a sought after international professional speaker, management consultant and technologist with a vast array of skills and industry experience. Known for her system based thinking and keen commercial approach, Marina continues to work part time with clients to help produce great and progressive global solutions. She hold patents in customer satisfaction and is a University lecturer in Innovation.