Connected World Conference


The Connected World Conference is the global expo for the connected technologies that are transforming our professional and personal lives. The only expo that provides access to the players and the products in front of and behind the Internet of Things: discover not only what the devices are, but what makes them tick.
Don’t miss this special expo within the 2014 Chicago Auto Show in a 35,000-sq.ft. pavilion, designed to create awareness around connected devices within transportation, health/fitness, energy, and home.
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The Connected World Conference delivers:

  • An educational agenda where thought leaders, product makers, and members of the technology ecosystem address topics that define what it means to live in a connected world. See more about the sessions at:
  • Experience NFC (near field communication) as we display tags that attendees can tap as well as display for the engagement throughout the Connected World venue. See how wearables are taking hold of our lives from every aspect of health, fitness, fashion, mobile, and more.
  • Connected World’s Gadget Giveaway, a unique event that showcases in-demand connected devices. Join us on Sunday, February 16 when we raffle off dozens and dozens of connected devices every hour on the hour.  Learn more at
  • M2M Data Jam sessions live and interactive from the show floor showcase technology leaders for 20-minutes of stage time designed to deliver a unique message to the market, interactive product demos, and make key announcements.
  • An electric show floor with pavilions that highlight up-to-the-minute products in the areas of connected car, connected home, smart energy, and health and fitness, as well as a unique pavilion featuring the latest start-ups in the area of connected technology. In addition, a special showcase of the cars that Connected World magazine has named winners for the 2014 Connected Car of the Year. To learn more about the pavilions, please visit

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