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Date: May 12 –13, 2015
Location: Moscone Center, San Francisco, California, US
Internet of Things World 2015 is the world's largest independent IoT event with a focus on monetizing the IoT revolution by bringing together ecosystem-wide attendees, stake-holders, and investors. The event is a unique opportunity to promote IoT message right in the heartland of IoT development.
Connect with Infosys
Infosys is a Gold sponsor at the IoT World 2015. At this event, Infosys Engineering Services will showcase some of its IoT capabilities.
- One of the premier IoT shows that provides platform for customers, prospects, analysts, and media partners
- Eight industry-specific tracks – Wearables, connected cars and autonomous vehicles, smart cities, manufacturing and agriculture, smart home; location, retail and context, energy and utilities, and transport and logistics
- Showcase cutting-edge IoT solutions by service providers, making up the future of IoT ecosystem
- Discover new business opportunities with enhanced networking opportunities
Topic: Systems Integration in an IoT world – A practitioner’s view
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Time: 1:00 p.m. PST
Venue: Ecosystem Center Stage, Moscone Center
Speaker: Jayraj Nair, Head of IoT Practice, AVP Engineering Services, Infosys
Jayraj Nair is Head of IoT Practice and AVP Engineering Services at Infosys. He is a technologist with over twenty five years of real-world IT expertise in enabling ecosystem, enterprise solution development, and systems integration. Jayraj is passionate about building and deploying solutions that add genuine value to the end-user and has proven leadership in various stages of system development lifecycle and user-driven technology innovation. Prior to rejoining Infosys, Jayraj was a Senior Director at EMC. He also spent twelve years at Intel Corporation in various leadership roles developing end-user solutions as an Engineering Director and managing roadmaps as Director of Strategic Programs and Roadmaps. A computer engineer by profession, he has a master’s degree in business administration from Iowa State University and holds a master’s degree in engineering and management from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.