Technology, innovation and partnerships across sectors are key ingredients in the IoT Week in Aarhus. An international event where digitalization experts from academia and business join to learn more about the latest opportunities in one of the world’s fastest moving industries – and one of the ones with the greatest future potential.
Both in terms of creating new solutions, but also in terms of solving some of our current challenges, including the ones described in the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. Microsoft and Grundfos are event partners and part of the companies shaping the occasion.
“The IoT Week is a truly unique forum to bring together digital experts and influencers from many spheres of society. It provides great opportunities to inspire and to learn, and we are thrilled to connect with customers, partners and key stakeholders, and showcase some of our newest technologies,” says Marianne Dahl, CEO for Microsoft Denmark.
For the global technology company, the event is about more than just cutting-edge software solutions, it is also about using digitalization to the fullest extent. This also goes for Grundfos, who sees huge opportunities in using, refining and developing digital solutions to global challenges:
“We are determined to make a real impact on the global water and climate challenges. A task of a huge magnitude, which will take collaboration across societies and sectors to achieve. Digitalization will provide us with new, valuable tools, allowing us to reach our sustainable goals together, and we look forward to sharing our ideas and get input at the IoT Week,” says Mads Nipper, CEO of Grundfos.
The IoT Week is an annually recurring event, which will be held for the ninth time in Aarhus. It runs from 17 to 21 June. It connects innovative technology with business and society and is expected to draw a large crowd of digital experts from across industries and spheres.