5G IoT World co-hosted by Diplomatic Council

The 2019 World Internet of Things Convention (WIOTC), co-hosted by WIOTC, the Diplomatic Council and the China Information Industry Association, will focus on the sustainable development of the World IoT, 5G and IoT, the new economic construction of the IoT, the 2019 World IoT Ranking List Top 500 enterprises awarding, the World IoT Connection Operating System and more topics The convention aims to promote the establishment of a new economic model of the IoT in China and the world, provide reference for the development of the IoT industry in all countries, benefit the intelligent production, life and work of people all over the world, practice "building a community of shared future for mankind", and contribute to the realization of the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and the Millennium Development Goals.

Key facts about the conference

Meeting size is 3000 persons  (Chinese-English simultaneous interpretation).

UN Agencies include ITU, UNESCO, UNIDO, UNEP any many others.

Industry Associations include American Association of Industrial Internet, RAII, Industrial Data Space (Germany), RAR, Hong Kong IoT Association, Taiwan IoT Alliance and IoT associations of Chinese provinces and cities.

Enterprises include Huawei, Bosch, Haier, China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, CISCO, Inter, SAP, Siemens, IBM, Google, Infineon, Microsoft, Nokia, VMware, Fujitsu, Oracle, CASIC, inspur, ZTE, 360, Alibaba Cloud, Lenovo, Thyssenkrupp, Advantech, CECT, H3C, Celefish, ZTEwelink, AWS, Baidu, Ganwei Software and other WIOTRL top 500 enterprises & world-renowned enterprises.

Distinguished guests include representatives of international agencies such as the United Nations; political leaders, diplomatic envoys, international organizations, associations, international experts and scholars from China, Russia, France, Britain, Australia, Germany, the United States, Italy, the Netherlands, Canada, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Philippines, Switzerland, Iran and many other countries and regions.

Media include AP, UPI, CNN, WSJ, Washington Post, NBC, Bloomberg News, New York Times, Huffington Post, Harvard Business Review, Forbes Magazine, Fortune Magazine, Reuters, The Economist, Townsend Reuters, BBC, AFP, DPA, Nouvelles D'europe, Die Welt, Radio Mandarin d’Europe, World Journal, Nikkei, Kyoto news service, TV TOKYO, TBS, Asahi Shinbun, Mainichi Newspapers, KBS, JoongAng Ilbo, Zaobao, BERNAMA, La Agencia EFE,S.A., Sino US times, Rossiya Segodnya, Ta Kung Pao, Xinhua News Agency, People's Daily, CCTV, Guangming Ribao, Economic Daily, China Science Daily, China Daily, Global Times, Science and Technology Daily, China News Service, Renmin Zhengxie Bao, China Economic Herald, Youku,, China Trade News, The Paper and thousands of other media.

WIOTC Background

World Internet of Things Convention (WIOTC) is an international organization (not a social organization) that builds a wisdom world of everything interconnected; it is also the name of the convention. It has established  continental headquarters in Asia, Europe, America, Africa and Oceania, and set up branches in the European Union, France, Singapore, Germany, the United States, Hong Kong (China), Geneva and other countries and regions, which add up to more than 20. The global headquarters of the WIOTC is located in Beijing, China (its LOGO, Chinese name and English name are all registered as trademark in the United States, China, Hong Kong (China) and other countries.

The World Internet of Things Ranking List (WIOTRL) was founded in 2017 by the World Internet of Things Convention (WIOTC) and the World Internet of Things Foundation. The purpose is to promote the development of the global IoT industry and the construction of its network system, encourage global enterprises to transform and upgrade towards the IoT, help with the realization of smart life and intelligent work of people all over the world, create a sustainable new world economy of the IoT, and help build the community of shared future for mankind.

Diplomatic Council Background

The Diplomatic Council is a unique organization with consultative status to the United Nations combining a global think tank, a world-leading business network and a charitable foundation. Our members gain access to a global network of leaders from the highest levels of diplomacy, business and social change. We link diplomacy, business leaders, science’s leading minds and society’s front-runners on resolving mankind’s biggest challenges. A thriving economy bringing prosperity to mankind is one of the best guarantors of peace.