The IoT Forum will be held in the main financial, corporate and commercial center of South America, in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, from October 24 to 28, 2022. As the IoT is a broad and multidisciplinary field, different scientific societies have joined forces with the IoT Forum, making it possible to approach the subject from different points of view. The societies participating in this event are:
The Brazilian Forum of Internet of Things, a non-governmental non-profit organization, was created in 2011 with the main objective of promoting the technical and economic development of the country through the promotion of the Internet of Things.
It was originated through actions coordinated by a group of people active in the IT&C market for many years, in industries, sectoral associations, government, academia and the media. Initially motivated by the potential of RFID for our country, seminars and events were organized between 2007 and 2010, starting to introduce the theme of the Internet of Things, IoT (https://iotbrasil.org.br/)
The Brazilian Microelectronics Society (SBMicro) is a non-profit organization that brings together researchers, professors, professionals and students interested in the area of microelectronics with the objective of promoting this scientific and technological sector through actions with the federal, state and municipal governments, technical-scientific events, informative and training material, political and scientific meetings, among others (https://sbmicro.org.br/)
Electron Device Society is one of the many societies within IEEE. It aims to foster professional growth of its members by satisfying their needs for easy access to and exchange of technical information, publishing, education, and technical recognition and enhancing public visibility in the field of Electron Devices
The SociedadeBrasileira de Automática - SBA is a legal entity governed by private law, organized as a non-profit civil association and constituted as a national scientific society, whose primary objective is to promote automatic control science and technology and its applications. in a broad sense
The Brazilian Computer Society - SBC is a non-profit Scientific Society, founded on July 24, 1978, which brings together students, professors, professionals, researchers and enthusiasts in the area of Computing and Informatics from all over Brazil. SBC's role is to foster access to information and culture through computing, promote digital inclusion, encourage research and teaching in computing in Brazil, and contribute to the training of computing professionals with social responsibility
Brazilian Agroinformatics Society - SBIAgro is a non-profit society that aims to promote awareness, study and dissemination of information and communication technologies in the agribusiness sector
Brazilian Telecommunication Society - SBrT is a scientific society in the telecommunications area that brings together professionals from the academic, industrial and service sectors.
Founded in 1983 as a non-profit civil society, it has been organizing the Brazilian Telecommunications Symposium annually. Having achieved great prestige, the events promoted by SBrT constitute an important forum for scientific, technological and educational exchange