Starkville, MS – Camgian Microsystems announced today that chairman and CEO, Gary Butler, will speak at the 2013 M2M & Internet of Things Global Summit in Washington, D.C. scheduled for October 1 and 2 at the National Press Club. Butler’s presentation, “Sensor Enabled Enterprise M2M Platforms: Improving Operational Efficiency and Profitability,” will take place on October 2 at 9:15 AM. The M2M & IoT Global Summit provides a high-level meeting point for all representatives from the global M2M and IoT communities.
In his session, Butler will discuss how Camgian’s Quantus Enterprise M2M Platform is enabling organizations to more effectively manage remote industrial assets and improve operational efficiency. Butler’s presentation is a portion of a session entitled “IoT Devices in the 4G Era.” Also, presenting during this session are representatives from Walmart Stores, Inc., Samsung Electronics, AT&T, 4G Americas, and the European Commission. During this session, presenters will address the following topics: what technology choices are available to businesses today and what needs to be done to maximize innovation associated with those technologies and applications.
The Summit will take a comprehensive look at the latest technologies and innovations in the field of the Internet of Things with contributions from main stakeholders at both an industry and policy level from the U.S. and around the globe. Speakers and delegates will explore how both the public and private sectors need to work together to create an environment for increased innovation, investment and economic growth. Sessions at the event will include: Realizing the Benefits of M2M, Smart Cities and the Internet of Things, Enabling Device Security, The Role of Cloud Computing and Other ‘Big Data’ Technologies for IoT, and more. To learn more about the event, visit http://tinyurl.com/m2mglobalsummit.
Named by Inc. Magazine as one of America’s fastest growing private companies, Camgian Microsystems is a leading provider of advanced sensing technologies and solutions to the government and industrial sectors. To learn more about Camgian Microsystems, please visit www.camgian.com .