Connected cars, smart homes and cities, privacy issues and how to hack a doll all feature in videos from the European Communications/Mobile Europe IoT Conference, which are now available to view.

The event, which took place in London on 30 November, featured operators including Deutsche Telekom, Proximus, Tele2, Telia and Vodafone, as well an expert range of consultants and analysts.

You can watch all 11 videos on our YouTube channel, but a selection can be viewed below.

Rami Avidan, Managing Director IoT, Tele2, discussed who the IoT will belong to and what this means for data and privacy with Mobile Europe Editor Graeme Neill.

John Davies, Chief Researcher of Future Business Technology at BT, demonstrated what the operator is doing to help create an IoT ecosystem for the UK city of Manchester.

Jens-Peter Meesenburg, Head of Industry Solutions, Global IoT at Telia was joined by ABI Research analyst Adarsh Krishnan and European Communications Editor Marc Smith to discuss smart home strategies.

The most unusual and scary presentation was delivered by Tony Gee of ethical hacking firm Pen Test Partner, who demonstrated how to easy it is to hack Wi-Fi kettles, connected dolls and smart thermostats.

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