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ANT Wireless October symposium gains momentum

Don Horne   


An industry leader in ultra-low power (ULP) wireless technology, ANT Wireless today announced the details of its upcoming symposium on October 2-4, in Banff, Alta.

The conference will explore the technical and commercial possibilities of ANT and ANT+, while also sharing wireless technology best practices and connecting thought leaders across the IoT ecosystem.

“Since its inception 11 years ago, the ANT Wireless Symposium has gained impressive momentum. What initially started as a low-power wireless solutions conference for sports and fitness has evolved into a global event that showcases real-world connectivity use cases that drive innovation across all industries,” said Andrew Skarsgard, Director of ANT Wireless. “We’re excited to bring technology leaders and executives together once again to explore the unlimited business opportunities of wireless technology, and empower our partners to continue to drive the ongoing expansion of the Internet of Things.”

As part of its annual Symposium, ANT Wireless selects honorees for its Inspired+ Awards. This year’s winners will be announced on October 4 and will join the ranks of last year’s winners:

  • Herman Miller, 2017 winner of Inspired+ for their Live OS application;
  • Baron Controls, 2017 winner of Inspired+ for their ProShift system;
  • Full Speed Ahead (FSA), 2017 winner of Inspired+ for their K-FORCE WE product.

Keynotes this year will feature presentations from thought leaders on the essential elements for building successful IoT applications and how to use sensor networks to unlock valuable insights.

Ray Maker will also return to share his views on the state of wearable technology; from smart agriculture to oil and gas to connected fitness, a range of markets and applications will be covered.

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