IoT Premier League
Meet the movers and shakers of the IoT Community.
Each week The IoT Premier League™ recognises the most inspiring social media accounts so you can follow them, join the community and learn more. We presently use Kred scores to rank by influence score. Kred takes into account social media activity and engagement across many social networks including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. We are working on our formula that will better rank the league as a whole, however this listing represents the top 100 IoT thought leaders and influencers in the space as of September 11th 2019.
If you’d like to follow the board to keep track of what happens each week, sign up with your email address via the Follow button. To join the board sign up with your Twitter account via the Join button. There are too many unsung heroes out there in the IoT landscape, we know, we provided many of them a platform to voice their thought leadership in our Linkedin Groups, the coveted IoT Slam conference, and via IoT Practitioner content portal. So to those purist IoT thought leaders and objective influencers on Social Media, who have not got the credit and recognition that you are due, this league is dedicated for you.
We decided to create a rank of the best of the best IoT thought leaders across social media – primary via Twitter. Conducted on an impartial, independent and objective basis. No bias, agenda, or discrimination. Membership to this league is merit based, accomplishment driven, and intended to create a ledger of the best of the best in IoT.
We seek to constantly update this list and are open to suggestions as to would be additions to the top 100 or subsequent leagues we will introduce.
This list is not exhaustive, though intended to be a good baseline for where to turn to for cutting-edge, meaningful, IoT thought leadership.
Use #IoTPremierLeague and or short version #IoTPL to stay current and connected.