Smart Buildings:

Securing Tomorrow's cities with IoT

IoT is enabling us to track things we never could have before thanks to new innovative IoT technologies

10th November, 2020 | 11:00am



There is hardly any state in Nigeria that has not experienced one market fire incident, tampering, theft, or another. According to the Lagos State Fire and Safety Services, there were 751 fire incidents between 2009 and 2014 out of which 61 percent of events had no smoke detector. From Lagos to Kaduna and Onitsha to Lagos, the story is the same – fire disasters ravaging markets and buildings with lives lost and millions of naira worth of property destroyed. The catalog of fire disasters is long and worrisome.


This webinar explores how some of today's leading thinkers in the real estate, security, and insurance space are using data analysis and cutting-edge technology solutions such as the Internet of Things, IoT, to make better decisions and deliver more value during this time.


Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are digital solutions-focused, and on a wide range of subjects including The Data-Driven, technology-powered Future of Real Estate, Security, and Insurance Companies, to foster learning, inspire decision-making, and provoke conversations that matter.


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Lare Ayoola

Executive Chairman,

IoT Africa Networks Ltd.

Tom Lindblad


Connected Finland

Melanie Ayoola

ED Sales and Marketing,

IoT Africa Networks Ltd.


Our Expert Panel will address how to navigate around the potential of IoT to Nigerian Businesses 

Make smarter operational decisions using IoT

Lower risk with increased visibility and make sense of the noise generated by data with data-rich analytics

Get the right information about your assets anywhere, in real-time

Lower operating costs and improving return for investors and company stakeholders.

Enable proactive rather than reactive maintenance and optimization initiatives

Focus human resources on the most impactful issues and go beyond average efficiency

Use the data analyzed from IoT devices and platforms to transform occupant experience

Drive additional value for energy and facilities management.



Do you know?

According to the Lagos State Fire and Safety Services, there were 751 fire incidents between 2009 and 2014 out of which 61% of events had no smoke detector present.

How to join in the stream?

The Webinar will be streamed on


Questions about the webinar?

Email - channel@iotafricanetworks.com, or call 07083557478, 07085801253

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