What's hot from #MWC18? 

Get On Top Of the most important takeaways when it comes to connectivity for IoT from the Mobile World Congress 2018. 

Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) are required for a whole range of IoT applications, both as a complement to other connectivity and stand alone. The key requirements that LPWAN respond to are years of battery life, cheap components, tiny size and weight, and low cost traffic and subscriptions - all crucial factors when everything gets connected. 

Introduction and master of ceremony:
Magnus Melander, co-founder THINGS and founder SMSE

Confirmed speakers:
Mari Sandå
, Head of Product Management Division X, Telia Company 
Kalle Eneroth, IoT Sweden
Adam Dunkel, CEO & Founder, Thingsquare
Mats Pettersson, CEO Digital Nordix
 Stefan Lindgren, CEO Talkpool

Doors open 17.30, program starts 18.00  

Get On Top Of THINGS that Matters

At THINGS we have taken on the task to rapidly get individuals on top of hot and talked about technologies that we believe matter. Our Get On Top Of-event series aims to give you a rapid understanding of what the technology actually is, what it can be used for and how to get going. On stage, you will find people who are knowledgeable, have actual experience and also understand that you don't inspire people with a sales pitch. 

We are calling entrepreneurs, startups, enterprises, developers, students, academia, government and anybody else who are interested and want to get on top of things that matters. We offer 100 free seats at a first come, first served basis. Make sure to register now!

We open the doors 17.30, start presentations 18.15 and close the doors at 21. We always offer a bite and a drink during these events and warmly welcome everyone who wants to sponsor this. Contact us at event@thingstockholm.com 

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Agenda for the event : 

  • 17.30 Doors open 
    18.15 Introduction
  • An overview of LPWAN News from MWC18
  • Panel discussion
    21.00 Doors close

On stage: To be announced

Tickets: This event is free of charge and first come first serve. 

Metro: Tekniska Högskolan

THINGS is the number one hub for hardware oriented individuals and companies in Sweden. It is a 2000 m2 co-working space at KTH Campus down-town Stockholm for selected start-ups with hardware as part of their solution and global ambitions. They work in areas like IoT, Automation, Robotics, 3D Scan/Print and Sustainability.

What makes THINGS unique is that we are independent from investors and manufacturers, our members have access to unparalleled prototyping and testing capabilities and last but not least, our partnerships with a number of the most successful and innovative export companies in Sweden. For more information please visit: www.thingstockholm.com

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