One of the more highly anticipated panels at next month’s Semantic Technology and Business Conference (#SemTechBiz) in Berlin, Germany, will be the closing keynote panel, Schema.org – Where Are We Now. The panel will feature Peter Mika of Yahoo!, Sandro Hawke of the W3C, Dan Brickley of schema.org at Google, and our own Eric Franzon. The combined knowledge and breadth of experience of these semantic web experts will make this panel an unmissable event at SemTechBiz’s first Berlin-based conference.
Schema.org – Where Are We Now? with (left to right below) Eric Franzon, Peter Mika, Sandro Hawke, & Dan Brickley
SemTechBiz Berlin will be held February 6-7, 2012 at the Seminaris Campus Hotel. Packed with case studies and real-world perspectives, SemTechBiz Berlin offers two comprehensive days of fresh insight and immersive learning from global experts in technology, financial services, insurance, healthcare, publishing, government, automotive and enterprise data.
The highly anticipated conference will feature an array of speakers at the forefront of semantic web technologies in business applications. These speakers will discuss how semantic technologies are being used in organizations today to make money, save money, leverage existing resources, and solve problems in innovative ways.
Space is still available for SemTechBiz Berlin. Register here today to secure your spot. A variety of registration options are available to suit different budgets and discounts are available for groups of three or more as well as students/academics.
Who Should Attend?
SemTechBiz Berlin attendees will include forward-thinking technology and business leaders representing the entire marketplace. Individuals and groups who will benefit from attending include:
- Frost & Sullivan: Further Progress in M2M towards Internet of Things Requires a Focus on Security Risks
- Airomo Launches Appcurl for the Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet
- Les Echos Select TEMIS to Enrich and Link Content
- WordLogic Corporation Sees Further Validation of Its Predictive Technologies With New U.S. Patent Allowance