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The Internet of Things
Track: Advanced Localization Management | AL3 |
Thursday, June 4, 2015, 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Held in: Saal Berlin
Karen Combe - PTC 
Christian Lieske - SAP 
Antoine Rey - Venga Global 
Felix Sasaki - DFKI 
Yves Savourel - Argos Multilingual
Moderator: Ulrich Henes

Smarter and connected products are coming our way and we as an industry must get ready to meet the challenge. Made possible by cloud-based data centers and widely available internet access as well as cheaper processors and sensors, connected products can be serviced and operated more effectively and are driving competition and a global business transformation. Some of the Internet of Things (IoT) transactions involve mere data that does not require localization. Others will require live delivery of multilingual, intelligent content. In this session we will cover how localization technology can make the connection and enable rapid, multilingual IoT application development.