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Aeris Addresses Role of IoT to Transform Any Business at IoT Evolution Expo 2015

Aeris Addresses Role of IoT to Transform Any Business at IoT Evolution Expo 2015 Aeris will lead three speaking sessions on IoT/M2M market solutions, demo a connected refrigerator powered by AerCloud, and exhibit at the annual event SANTA CLARA, CA – August 10, 2015 – Aeris, the pioneering IoT / M2M technology and service provider, will participate at the upcoming IoT Evolution Expo Conference from August 18-20 at the Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Aeris will offer unique insights in three panel sessions co-hosted by other industry leaders, and will also be on hand at booth #306, where the team will demo a connected refrigerator to showcase how Aeris’ technology has been applied to solve a real business problem. Speaking sessions: Session 1 – M2M Evolution – Unchained: Unlocking Business Value When: Wednesday, August 19 at 3:30pm PT Who: Syed Zaeem Hosain, CTO at Aeris Brendan O’Brien, Co-Founder, Chief Evangelist at Aria Systems Luis Pablo Gonzalez, CEO at ParLevel Systems Tim Hahn, Distinguished Engineer at IBM Isabel Chapman (Moderator), Analyst at Machina Research What: There are plenty of purpose-built IoT applications along the supply chain today. Most are designed to drive efficiency, and there’s a new trend toward services and business models previously unconsidered. This session will forecast the future of supply chain management and the role of IoT in transforming any business. Session 2 – Fog Computing, Analytics & Data – Architectural Ideology When: Wednesday, August 19 at 2:30pm PT Who: Syed Zaeem Hosain, CTO at Aeris Gyana Dash, Senior Manager Software Development Engineering at Cisco Kevin Hosac, VP of Business Development at Cradlepoint Charlie McNiff, M2M Business Development Director at ILS Technology a Telit company Shirish Nilekar, Principal Product Manager at OpenGear Jesus Rodriguez (Moderator), CEO at KidoZen What: Cloud services come in various forms which makes determining the best one to address your application’s needs a challenge. This session will provide insight on how to help you find the architectural elements you need in order to find the ideal cloud solution for your application. Session 3 – Connected Transportation – Lessons in Fleet Management When: Wednesday, August 19 at 1:30pm PT Who: Syed Zaeem Hosain, CTO at Aeris Prakash Iyer, Vice President of Software Architecture and Strategy at Trimble Colin Sutherland, Vice President of Sales at Geotab What: Cars and trucks have increased their sensors by a hundredfold, but has the software for fleet management systems stayed on par to support the great amount? This session looks at how we are adding new services and features as a result of new sophisticated fleet management software tools. Connected refrigerator demo: Aeris will leverage its suite of IoT tools in a connected refrigerator demo at the event. The connected refrigerator, powered by Aeris’ AerCloud, a cloud-based applications enablement platform for collecting, managing and analyzing sensor data for IoT applications, will demonstrate three primary components of an IoT solution: cellular connectivity, sensor data management and rapid application development. For an overview on the connected refrigerator demo, click here for a video: https://youtu.be/YPzaphoMXMc Those who stop by Aeris booth #306 to speak to the team will also be in the running for a GoPro Camera, and can obtain 3 months of free connectivity when they sign up for an account on Neo, the world’s first self-service connectivity service. To learn more about the event and to schedule a meeting with a member of the Aeris team during IoT Evolution Expo 2015, please contact: aeris@onechocolatecomms.com. ### About Aeris Aeris is a pioneer in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, an integral part of the Internet of Things (IoT). We are both a technology provider and a cellular network operator delivering comprehensive IoT / M2M services to leading brands around the world including Hyundai, Acura, Rand McNally, Leica, and Sprint. In other words, we put the “Internet” in the Internet of Things. Visit https://www.aeris.com for more information.