Help Shape the Future of the IoT

Posted on June 23, 2017 by Jason Marcel

Whether you’re considering including existing Bluetooth® technology in your upcoming product design or looking to advance wireless connectivity to new levels of invention, Bluetooth Asia 2017 is a rare opportunity for you to see the Internet of Things (IoT) in action.

Learn from the Global Wireless Community

Every year, participants from all over the world attend the Bluetooth Asia event to join pioneers in wireless connectivity for an immersive experience in recent innovations built on Bluetooth technology. This community of developers, engineers and suppliers works together to create a practical experience that guides them on their journey to becoming IoT leaders.

The Latest in IoT Innovation

By attending this premier event, you can take advantage of forward-thinking keynotes, networking sessions, and developer workshops with live trainings. Plus, this year Bluetooth Asia offers a unique format, which includes industry zones and hands-on demos, such as:

  • Smart Home Zone showcasing the latest in home automation
  • Audio Zone for headsets, earbuds, hearing aids and home speaker systems
  • Health and Fitness Zone with gaming, sports and medical centers and wearables
  • Testing Stations to test your Bluetooth devices

Be Part of the Conversation

Bluetooth Asia 2017 will be held on 26-27 September 2017 in Shenzhen, China. The interactive exhibition is free to attend. An all access pass for entry into keynotes, developer workshops, live trainings and networking sessions can be purchased for 200 RMB (~30 USD).

To register, visit the Bluetooth Asia 2017 site.

If you’re interested in exhibiting your latest IoT innovations, visit the Bluetooth Asia 2017 exhibitors page.

For partnership and sponsorship information, speaking opportunities or any general show, marketing or press inquiries, visit the Bluetooth Asia 2017 contact page.

Jason Marcel

Jason Marcel

Jason is a Senior Marketing Copywriter with Bluetooth SIG who specializes in translating technical information into easy-to-read content. He enjoys sharing stories that show how people are using Bluetooth technology to shape our wireless way of life.

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