Sunday, June 23, 2013

Event - Convergence Paris (Virtual)

Convergence Paris Virtual is free and will take place on Wed-Thu, June 26-27, 2013, between 8:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Like the live event, Convergence Paris Virtual will provide insights from business innovators, entrepreneurs, and leading public officials to illuminate the opportunities for radical efficiencies created through technology advancements in energy, buildings and transportation.

This free virtual event will bring you onto the main stage presentations at Convergence Paris, bringing new insights on radical efficiencies, material risks, and the future of sustainability.

Join Joel Makower, along with presenters and panelists from Dassault Systemes, IBM, L'Oreal, WBCSD, Microsoft France, and many more for this unique virtual event.

At Convergence Paris Virtual you'll see:

Illuminating keynotes on the future of sustainability. In-depth case-studies covering smarter supply chains, new energy systems, next-gen buildings and facilities, intelligent transportation, and future cities.

Practical sessions to help you understand emerging trends: Big data, M2M, and the Internet of Things.

Click here for the full schedule of virtual presentations.

To participate in the event virtually click here.

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