This year’s expo in Fort Lauderdale, Florida focuses on Business Transformation through the Internet of Things.
Minneapolis, MN – February 6, 2017 – New Boundary Technologies announced today that CEO Kim Pearson will take part in a panel discussion at the 2017 IoT Evolution Expo. “We’re happy to have the opportunity to share our expertise and customer success stories at the expo in Fort Lauderdale,” said Pearson. “Private label applications using our RemoteAware™ IoT application service are used worldwide to monitor and control field equipment in sectors including oil & gas, agriculture, water, energy and industrial automation.”
RemoteAware provides equipment OEMs and distributors with highly configurable private label IoT applications that run on robust, scalable and secure cloud servers. “This means solution providers and customers don’t need software developers or IT resources for their IoT projects,” explained Pearson. “We have a rich set of out-of-the-box capabilities that deliver applications quickly, with little or no software development required.”
Attendees at the expo will learn how to create new business models from the innovations in IoT technologies. This is the 17th IoT expo since 2009 and it runs from February 7-10, 2017. To see the full agenda of events, visit iotevolutionexpo.com.
About New Boundary Technologies
New Boundary Technologies has pioneered innovative Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications for more than 30 years. Its RemoteAware IoT platform has provided private label branded solutions for Fortune 500 companies, solution providers and system integrators since 2001. Contact: Pam Erler, email@example.com.
About IoT Evolution Expo
Through informative conference tracks, an IoT Exhibition floor, case studies, special events, networking and more, the IoT Evolution Expo is the ultimate venue for attendees to gain an understanding on how the Internet of Things (IoT) will be the driving force behind improving efficiencies, driving revenue opportunities and solving business problems across multiple industries and all business functional areas. Contact: Jessica Seabrook, firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-852-6800 x170