Welcome to the second edition of the Technology of Tomorrow conference. This year the conference focuses on unleashing the innovation potential that lies in Poland and Central and Eastern Europe. Over the years, the region has established itself as a highly desirable landscape for tech investors, mainly in terms of providing top technical talent and cost effective operations. However, the ambition of Polish, as well as broader Central and Eastern European tech businesses goes further. We believe that the CEE region has the potential to become the go-to ecosystem of ideation, investment, development, tech talent and regulatory support. The mission of the Tech of Tomorrow Conference is to unite tech innovators around the goal of turning CEE into a tech landscape that is worth investing in.
During the conference we would like to create space for a variety of stakeholders to discuss how to turn Poland and CEE into a hub of innovation, research and development. We invite Polish and international startups, enterprises, investors, public sector institutions, regulators and legal entities, research hubs and innovation centers to join us in a constructive dialogue. In addition, we would like to showcase some of the case studies and examples of cutting-edge projects established in the CEE region, particularly around the technology stack that is of interest to the Technology of Tomorrow initiative, namely blockchain, AI, and the Internet of Things and how these technologies contribute to building a new type of a digital economy - the economy of things.
Imagine a world where connected devices interoperate in real time with each other, autonomously trade and transact, and generate economic value. This is the essence of the Economy of Things. During the two days and across two stages we will explore both the business and technology aspects of economies of things - business models, collaboration opportunities, value proposition and value drivers, as well as technologies and technological enablers that power economies of things:
- edge devices
- AI and analytics
- digital identities
- new payment rails
- regulations etc.
We welcome businesses - enterprises, sme's, startups VC's, investors and other organizations to showcase concepts and use cases that focus on topics related to the economy of things and to discuss how to boost the implementation of such use cases in Poland and CEE.
Additionally, during the conference, we will host the grand finale of the "Innovators of Tomorrow" project, where high school students - the next generation of entrepreneurs will present their innovative business ideas.
In the end of the first day of the conference, we will meet at the Baila Club to spend an unforgettable evening in a relaxed atmosphere.
Why you should attend:
Gain insights into cutting edge projects and use cases that leverage blockchain,
AI and IoT presented by our invited speakers
Listen to discussions by experts from across a variety of industries and organizations on how to turn CEE into a vibrant and attractive investment ecosystem
Find out about the latest career opportunities in web3 or tap into the portfolio of high profile candidates at our designated career fair during the conference
Join technical workshops to experience hands-on tech solutions and products. Organized for the business and development community alike.
Some of the topics covered during the conference:
- Data monetization
- Building new business models in digital economies
- Business opportunities behind collaboration and decentralization
- Enhancing customer experiences
- Automated and autonomous workflows
- Economy of things meets ESG
- Legal and regulatory issues
- Key infrastructure enablers: wallets, payment rails, tokens
- Digital Identity
- Standards and protocols
- Security, privacy, compliance
- Scalability and interoperability
- Smart contracts
- Data models
Organizer: Polish Blockchain Association
Venue Partner (conference): ADN Warsaw
Venue Partner (after party): Baila Show&Dining
MORE DETAILS ON OUR WEBSITE: https://totconference.com/