Top 7 Premier US IT Conferences You Should Attend In 2017

By: Segiy Sergienko, 27 Dec 2016
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With the IoT global market developing as fast as it seems to be, there are many industry-particular conferences in the United States to visit —and the accompanying seven are the best of them. In case you’re hoping to go to a couple IoT gatherings in 2017, consider these first.

IoT Evolution Expo

February 7-10, 2017, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

IoT Evolution Expo is the perfect occasion for participants to learn how the Internet of Things (IoT) will be the main force in all business areas: enhancing efficiencies, increasing incomes, and solving business issues across various industries.

RSA Conference 2017 USA

February 13 – 17 Moscone Center, San Francisco, California

RSA Conference USA 2017, the top global information security gathering, is in San Francisco from February 13 to 17, 2017.

RSA Conference is the premier worldwide event where security authorities present all the progress achieved in various businesses. Business leaders focus on talking about present and future concerns to empower people and organizations to grow and develop sustainably. It presents the solutions of security leaders and influencers and helps organizations discover a more secure background, showcasing the most powerful and influential ideas in security today.

Embedded Linux Conference

February 21 – 23, 2017 Hilton Portland, Portland, Oregon

The Embedded Linux Conference (ELC) is a vendor-neutral, specialized technical meeting for organizations and developers who build applications running on embedded Linux platforms.

You will learn about the newest and most fascinating embedded implementations. Other benefits of attending are getting access to opinion leaders in embedded technologies and collaboration with Linux experts in both formal and informal settings.

IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference

March 19-22, 2017 San Francisco, California

IEEE WCNC is the leading conference for exchanging ideas on the progress of wireless networking technology and communications. It unites industry experts, showcasing the newest technologies and services.

Moreover, the meeting program offers tutorials, panel discussions, and workshops from industry professionals.

Bluetooth World 2017

March 28 – 29, 2017 Santa Clara Convention Center, California

Bluetooth innovations are affecting our reality and make the Internet of Things accessible to all. Discuss the potential of Bluetooth 5 with almost 1,000 pioneer participants at the exhibition and conference of Bluetooth World 2017 in Santa Clara, California.

Meet the latest innovations of IOT in Smart Homes, Health and Fitness, Wearables and Smart industrial applications.

Sensors Expo & Conference 2017

June 28-29, 2017 McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California

This event is the largest occasion to gather 6000+ engineering experts in sensing related technologies and explore innovative sensor solutions in industry from 40+ countries worldwide.

Leading engineers and 300+ exhibitors at Sensors Expo & Conference will discuss the most comprehensive sensing solutions to drive innovations and explore new opportunities.


July 11 – 13, 2017, Moscone Center, San Francisco, California

SEMICON West is where Silicon Valley searches for innovations. You will meet 700+ exhibitors and connect with leaders across the supply chain – manufacturing, design of equipment and materials, system integration, demand channels, and adjacencies such as MEMS and sensors, flexible hybrid electronics, and more.

All participants will expand their business networks while promoting the idea of collaboration across the entire supply chain of the semiconductors industry.

Sirin Software team is planning to attend these events, so if you are also planning to attend, drop us a line to schedule a meeting. We look forward to meeting you there!

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