About the Event: Wireless IoT tomorrow

How it all began and how it developed

Lecture room of the WIOT tomorrow 2011

Conference room 2011

How it started

The event was originally founded by Anja Van Bocxlaer in a conference hotel in Hamburg with 9 exhibitors and a small conference back in 2011. Since then, it has undergone significant evolution, continuously growing, changing locations, and transforming into what it is today – an international exhibition and summit, seamlessly integrated into a single event hall, accessible to all visitors.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference and exhibition were separate entities. However, in the wake of the pandemic, the path became clear for the organizing team: eliminate limitations and make access as easy as possible. This strategic decision has brought us to where we are today.

The History of the WIoT tomorrow


  • Introduction of the new Arenas highlighting LPWAN and RTLS applications with an openly designed concept and a demonstration area.
  • Reconstruction of the lecture and side stages to the Think WIoT Summit.
  • New exhibitor and visitor record numbers. We are delighted to have welcomed so many exhibitors and visitors from all over the world.
Informationpanel of the WIOT tomorrow 2023.


First event after COVID-19 that was able to reach pre-pandemic numbers in terms of visitors and exhibitors.


First event after the Corona pandemic, but still affected by the circumstances, especially regarding international travel.


The event had to be canceled due to COVID-19 three weeks before the scheduled date.


The most successful WIoT Tomorrow since 2011, with nearly double the numbers.


Finalization of the new focus on IoT, not exclusively RFID.


First event in a professional event hall, focusing equally on the exhibition and the conference equally.


Our office is located in the beautiful city of Lueneburg, Germany.

Get in touch

Your message was sent successfully!

Thank you for reaching out. We’ll get back to you shortly!


Something went wrong. Please try again later.


Thank you for your message. We are processing the information.