In 2021, the number of identified active IoT startups has grown to over 1,200, according to IoT Analytics’ latest report on the topic. In addition, investments in IoT startups are back to pre-COVID-19 levels after funding decreased substantially in Q2 and Q3 of 2020. The most common offering of IoT startups is IoT software (offered by 77% of startups), followed by IoT hardware (45%), IoT connectivity (17%), and IoT services (14%).
Our goal is to bring IIoT startups to show how they transform the manufacturing sector using the most innovative digital technologies.
In this session, the CEO of the Retrocausal, will talk about Metaverse for Manufacturing.
As the Executive Director of manufacturing innovation center mHUB’s IIoT accelerator,
Thierry Van Landegem will provide a case study that explores how a global provider of industrial electrical and network infrastructure is working with startups to find novel solutions that advance its own internal innovation / R&D and implementation.