BEIJING, Sept. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The World Internet of Things Convention China Summit is to be held soon in Beijing. The World IOT Top 100 Ranking List was released on Sep. 15, 2017. More than 1000 enterprises from more than 30 countries were shortlisted. There were 400 enterprises in the final World IOT Ranking List, such as Huawei, TRUMPF, Qorvo, and CASIC. The establishment of World IOT Ranking List indicated that the global development of IOT has entered into a new era, showing huge potential for Chinese IOT enterprises such as Huawei, Inspur, ZTE and China Mobile, highlighting the cutting-edge technology and strength of Cisco (USA), Bosch (Germany) and other enterprises.
This program is co-organized by multiple international organizations including WIOTC and associations from China, Germany, Russia and other countries (en.wiotc.org [http://en.wiotc.org/]). This was the most powerful ranking of IOT companies, the judges were composed of 46 representatives of business associations, scholars and experts from more than 10 countries. Based on the principles of fairness, impartiality and openness, the result was generated after finalists' recommendation, grading by the judges according to the marking criteria and social publicity.
He Xuming, Chairman of World IOT Foundation and Executive Chairman of WIOTC said: "The World IOT Ranking List is the platform for the development, construction and application of global IOT systems and innovators, which can provide reference for project cooperation, investment analysis and government procurement. We welcome government agencies, social organizations and enterprises representatives to attend the WIOTC China Summit on 19, October. At that time, new IOT awareness and business opportunities will be shared. In short, the purpose of the establishment of the World IOT Top 100 Ranking List and the convening of the WIOTC China Summit is to encourage enterprises to upgrade and innovate towards IOT of sustainable development, and help to realize the Sustainable Development Goals of United Nations by 2030."
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