Sopra Steria will be attending the SIDO show in Lyon, France, on April 7 and 8, where it will meet digital companies, research laboratories, manufacturers and national and European start-ups to discuss the new economy surrounding the Internet of Things.
On the agenda are two days of conferences, workshops, networking and technology showrooms.
As a key player in digital innovation and services, Sopra Steria will be speaking on three topics:
- Tuesday 7 April at 10:45 a.m.: "The proliferation of systems: What solutions and technologies are there for growing your business on the connected objects market?" »
Contributor: Florent Brodziak, Connected Objects Technical Consultant
- Tuesday 7 April 2015 at 1:30 p.m.: "The quantified self, sports and wellness: devising the roadmap to product evolution?" »
Led by Emmanuel Gadenne, accompanied by Stéphanie Riché – Head of the Multimodal Sensor Systems laboratory - CEA TECH-LETI, Jean-Louis Frechin - Director - NODESIGN, Benoît Lecornu - Connected Solutions Product Manager - TERRAILLON
- Wednesday 8 April 2015, 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.: Workshop with Veolia, Orange and EDF on smart services and smart energies, with Sébastien Duchemin, Consulting Director for the local authorities
Based on its know-how in embedded technology and networks, Sopra Steria advises large companies and local authorities on the design and operation of connected objects. Sopra Steria provides end-to-end service to its customers for implementing new business models concerning big data, the cloud, cybersecurity and mobility.
Sopra Steria is the founder of "Tubà", a space for testing new projects and holding discussions concerning new digital services between the city, stakeholders and users. Sopra Steria is also a member of the "Festival" consortium, which aims to implement a testing platform to facilitate interaction between environments and end users.