Telecoms Tech World has announced that its upcoming conference will have a free M2M workshop for all conference goers.
The free workshop aims to help attendees understand the basics of M2M and complements the M2M Hackfest and Start-up Innovations Zones that will both form a key part of the event, which takes place at London’s Olympia Central on 26-27 November.
The M2M Hackfest brings together developers from all sectors in order to think up new ideas and concepts across two days of competitive hacking. It is also part of the Hackfest worldwise series of hackathons that is the brainchild of conference organiser Six Degrees, which is also responsible for the Apps World and SMWF conferences.
The Start-up Innovation Zone, meanwhile, is aiming to build on the success of the same concept at Apps World Europe where some 40 startups were able to market concepts for free from bar stool table tops.
It’s expected that over 1500 people will attend the conference with plenty of networking opportunities that will give attendees an excellent opportunity to make new connections with delegates from some of the largest companies in the tech space. Attendees from the likes of Virgin Media, EE, Oracle, HP and Pret a Manger are already confirmed with plenty of other companies sending delegates to the capital across the two conference days.
In addition to the networking opportunities there are plenty of key speakers scheduled to give speeches including delegates from Ofcom, NASA, BskyB and Facebook.
Workshops will also be a key part of the conference with expert panels and speakers addressing various subjects such as capacity crunch LTE, OTT/VAT strategies and identity, billing and payments markets.
Anyone interested in attending can get more information at this link with visitors able to register for workshop passes here and startup companies are reminded to visit this link to register for a free bar stool table top stand.