OPEN SOURCE EXPERIENCE
The new meeting for the entire open source sector will be held in Paris on November 9 and 10, at the Palais des Congrès at Porte Maillot!
Designed with Systematic Paris Region, the first edition of Open Source Experience will bring together in Paris, on November 9 & 10, 2021, the entire Open Source expert community in a new dynamic of a sector in perpetual innovation.
Open Source Experience will be the essential B2B meeting in France. 2 intense days of discovery of solutions, networking and business opportunities dedicated to Open Source and its potential for innovation!
Come meet your new technological partners and discover the innovations that will boost your digital transformation projects (cloud, collaborative, cyber security, big data, business apps, Iot, IA, etc.).
A relevant and unique program
> Unique 100% open content: more than 150 conferences in the form of conferences, round tables and plenary sessions rich in experience feedback and innovation to bring together the entire Open Source community and user companies looking for information.
> A showroom exhibition with more than 70 exhibitors
> A digital platform to enrich the experience of participants: live and replay conferences, networking, enriched exhibitor profile …
> Networking & conviviality
=> Free access, upon registration, for all professionals!
SIDO & Open Source Experience: A winning synergy for all
2 additional events for twice as many reasons to visit!
This first edition will take place in collaboration with SIDO, the Tech & Usages event dedicated to the convergence of IoT, IA, XR & Robotics Technologies for strategic and operational business decision-makers.
“The combination of the two events makes it possible to multiply the potential of visitors and to help decompartmentalize the technological worlds. In the digital transformation of companies on technologies such as AI, robotics, IOT and blockchain, the latest innovations are built mainly on Open Source which is playing an increasingly important role! »Emphasizes Pierre Mirlit, commissioner general of SIDO.