Words of IoT Wisdom from IoT Emerge

Nov. 4, 2016
Highlights from IoT Emerge keynote speakers, and more.

The keynote stage at the inaugural IoT Emerge Show, held Nov. 2 to 3 at McCormick Place, Chicago, set the tone for the multidisciplinary event, which featured targeted IoT information for engineering, industrial, and security practitioners.

Produced by the IoT Institute, the event provided a dynamic, community-based experience that facilitated education and peer-to-peer interaction. It featured two show floor education theaters; special programs on Women in IoT, IoT Influencers and Author Meet-and-Greet; as well as demos, interactive activities and live podcast taping.

Rich with pearls of IoT wisdom throughout, the show's tweeting attendees identified some of the top take-aways from the event's keynote spearkers. Take a look.

About the Author

Patricia Panchak | Patricia Panchak, Former Editor-in-Chief

Focus: Competitiveness & Public Policy

Call: 216-931-9252

Follow on Twitter: @PPanchakIW

In her commentary and reporting for IndustryWeek, Editor-in-Chief Patricia Panchak covers world-class manufacturing industry strategies, best practices and public policy issues that affect manufacturers’ competitiveness. She delivers news and analysis—and reports the trends--in tax, trade and labor policy; federal, state and local government agencies and programs; and judicial, executive and legislative actions. As well, she shares case studies about how manufacturing executives can capitalize on the latest best practices to cut costs, boost productivity and increase profits.

As editor, she directs the strategic development of all IW editorial products, including the magazine,, research and information products, and executive conferences.

An award-winning editor, Panchak received the 2004 Jesse H. Neal Business Journalism Award for Signed Commentary and helped her staff earn the 2004 Neal Award for Subject-Related Series. She also has earned the American Business Media’s Midwest Award for Editorial Courage and Integrity.

Patricia holds bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and English from Bowling Green State University and a master’s degree in Journalism from Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. She lives in Cleveland Hts., Ohio, with her family.  

Sponsored Recommendations

Voice your opinion!

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of IndustryWeek, create an account today!