INTERNET OF THINGS DAY

27 June 2019, Troisdorf, Germany

The shift is obvious; a tipping point has been reached. No longer a futuristic concept, the Internet of Things (IoT) is reality today and companies in every industry are rapidly identifying ever-more compelling IoT driven business cases.

To mark this extraordinary momentum, DHL hosted its inaugural IoT Day at the DHL Innovation Center in Troisdorf, Germany. With the theme “Experience connected logistics”, this unique event explored the infinite opportunities brought by billions of connected things to the logistics industry.

Watch the video below to see how this exciting day unfolded:


Key Topics & Presentations

Connecting the Past with the Future – the DHL IoT Experience

Markus Kückelhaus, VP of Innovation & Trend Research, and Markus Voss, CIO & COO of DHL Supply Chain, offer insights into the history of IoT at DHL and the latest use cases in logistics.

IoT from the Sensor to Cloud

Ludovic Le Moan, Chief Executive of Sigfox, talks about the IoT revolution and the opportunities offered by the generated data.

Recoding Logistics with AI and IoT

Ganesh Bell, President of Uptake, talks about his belief that the future of business is all about software, creating new business models and disrupting industries.

Startup Pitches on "Predictive Maintenance"

Watch Noiseless Acoustics, IS Predict, and Talpa Solutions, pitch their IoT solutions to solve the challenge of predictive maintenance in logistics. Who won this challenge?


Markus Kückelhaus, VP of Innovation & Trend Research, and Markus Voss, CIO & COO of DHL Supply Chain, offer insights into the history of IoT at DHL and the latest use cases in logistics.


Ludovic Le Moan, Chief Executive of Sigfox, talks about the IoT revolution and the opportunities offered by the generated data.


Ganesh Bell, President of Uptake, talks about his belief that the future of business is all about software, creating new business models and disrupting industries.


Watch Noiseless Acoustics, IS Predict, and Talpa Solutions, pitch their IoT solutions to solve the challenge of predictive maintenance in logistics. Who won this challenge?