2017 World Internet of Things Exposition kicks off in Wuxi
2017-09-10 13:30:00

Li Qiang, secretary of CPC Jiangsu Committee, delivers a speech in WIOT Wuxi Summit, Sept. 10.

The 2017 World Internet of Things Exposition (WIOT) kicked off in Wuxi on Sept. 10.

The four-day event is to present the latest development results of the IoT industry in China, through a main conference, ten sub-forums, an exhibition of IoT applications and products, the third IEEE International Smart Cities Conference as well as six related events.

More than 5,300 companies and over 9,000 guests from the IoT industry are to attend this year’s WIOT. A number of Fortune 500 companies and heavyweights from the tech industry like IBM, Microsoft, Alibaba, and Tencent are to catch eyes with their latest research results and products.

"The IoT has become a new battle field for many cutting-edge companies." said Li Qiang, secretary of the CPC Jiangsu Committee, while he delivered a speech at WIOT Wuxi Summit on the morning of Sept. 10, “and Wuxi, as the cradle of China’s IoT industry, has been creating numerous opportunities.”

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Source: jschina.com.cn Author: Liu Liu & Wei Xin Editor: Nicky