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Carol Stream, Ill – Oct. 4, 2016 – The IoT (Internet of Things) and telecommunications present benefits, adoption challenges, and opportunities. Now it is time to identify how the IoT is creating a transformative strategy that helps to improve quality, safety, and productivity.
Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Connected World magazine, host of The Peggy Smedley Show, and founder of the Peggy Smedley Institute will keynote the 2016 Oregon Connections Telecommunications Conference in Hood River, Ore. The annual conference brings together industry leaders and professionals in telecommunications and mobile solutions to spotlight emerging trends and discuss what’s to come.
“We are excited to have Peggy Smedley join us for the twenty-first annual Oregon Connections Telecommunications Conference to explore broadband-enabled mobile applications and the impact of mobility technologies on how we live and work,” says Christopher Tamarin, telecommunications strategist, Oregon Business Development Dept.
Whether she’s on air, on stage, or in written word, Smedley’s unique voice has proven her to be an expert in the IoT and connected solutions. Her knowledge and insight has drawn the attention of the industry’s biggest innovators, while also providing the essential introduction for companies contemplating the IoT.
Smedley will kick off the two-day event on Thursday, October 20, with a special keynote that will guide guests through the past and future of the IoT. Attendees are set to gain a better understanding of the benefits, innovation, potential use cases, and growth opportunities for the IoT. Furthermore, she will explain how the IoT is creating a transformative strategy that helps improve quality, safety, and productivity.
“I am excited to discuss this new landscape for mobile solutions and what role the IoT will play in telecommunications now and well into the future,” Smedley says.
Following her keynote, she also will join moderator, Jeff Nicol of Gorge Technology Alliance and Adecco Staffing USA, along with panelists: Steve Noel of FirstNet, Bill Plummer of Huawei Technologies, John Sherry of Intel, and Jenny Moede of Citizen, Inc., for an extended panel discussion titled, “Generation Mobility,” that will delve deep into the versatility of emerging mobile technologies and how they are changing the way we live and work.
See the full 2016 Oregon Connections Telecommunications Conference schedule and register to attend at http://www.oregonconnections.info/reg2016.htm.
About Connected World Magazine
Connected World is the business and technology publication that provides the intelligence industry titans with the guidance consumers crave. It’s all about M2M and IoT. connectedworld.com
About The Peggy Smedley Institute
The Peggy Smedley Institute is about education, networking, and consulting with professionals within the IoT. This is an opportunity to learn from industry leaders who understand IoT. To learn more about the consulting services and the novel concepts in innovation, visit http://learnitiot.com/
About The Peggy Smedley Show
As the voice of IoT and connected devices in our Connected World, The Peggy Smedley Show, http://www.peggysmedleyshow.com, is an entertaining, fast-paced, yet fun, resource for listeners looking to understand emerging technology for the digital life. Broadcast live each Tuesday from 12 – 1 p.m. CT on wsRadio.com, and is part of iHeartRadio and iTunes.