CEDIA announces Dave Evans will deliver opening keynote

CEDIA announces Dave Evans will deliver opening keynoteCEDIA has announced that Stringify co-founder and chief technology officer Dave Evans will deliver the CEDIA 2017 opening keynote titled ‘The Internet of Intelligent Things (IoIT)’.

The keynote will focus on the next phase of IoT, which will be about adding intelligence to connected things and how these advances will open up vast new opportunities for technology integrators.

“Raw connectivity will be antiquated; all things will be connected to rich sources of intelligence and to one another, creating a powerful global intelligence. IoIT will redefine not only the home, but the way we address some of mankind’s most pressing issues” says Dave.

Dave, who is a former chief futurist at CISCO, is an expert on emerging technologies and holds numerous patents in the fields of connected cars, networking technologies, virtual people, mobile phone technology, and IoT. His views have been shared and featured on the BBC, Financial Times, Forbes, Fortune, CNN, NPR, Discovery Channel, The History Channel MSNBC and the New York Times.

“During his tenure at CISCO, Dave developed a proven track record of being able to show exactly where the industry is going. His CEDIA Talk at last year’s show was highly attended and gave attendees a small glimpse into the exponential advances that are driving us forward. This year’s keynote will take it even further with specific real-time insights for the CEDIA audience,” said CEDIA chief executive Vincent Bruno.

The CEDIA 2017 Opening Keynote will take place at the San Diego Convention Centre on Wednesday 6 September 2017 from 5:30pm – 6:30pm. Registration for CEDIA 2017 opens on 31 May at www.cedia.net/show. The event will run from the 5 to 9 September, with the tradeshow floor open from Thursday 7 September.

For more information or to register for the 2017 event, please visit cedia.net/show.

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