Buy your ticket for RIGA COMM 2021 now! For the 10th consecutive year, IT, HRM, marketing and business professionals and stakeholders are welcome to acquire knowledge and learn information at the Baltic Business Technology Show and Conference RIGA COMM to be held from 14–15 October this autumn. 

“Digital transformation affects all sectors of the economy and everyday life, work and communication. For the time being, however, not all Latvian companies are fully exploiting their digital potential. Therefore, the contribution of the RIGA COMM team to the development of business technologies and innovations in Latvia for 10 years is especially commendable. I invite both entrepreneurs and heads of state institutions and industry professionals to attend this large-scale exhibition and conferences in order to further promote modernization and work efficiency in their companies and institutions,” urges Jānis Endziņš, Chairman of the Board of the Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI).

Resource, document, personnel management and security system developers and suppliers, cloud service, Internet and digital marketing providers, web and mobile app developers, and ICT producers will showcase both ready-to-use and tailor-made solutions for businesses, municipal authorities and organisations in different sectors. This will also be the place to learn about the latest innovations developed by labs, scientific institutes, hackathons and developer communities.

The two-day event will present seven conferences. RIGA COMM 2021 will also offer the traditional Internet of Things, FinTech, Machine Learning, Smart HRM and Digital Marketing conferences, as well as the Women in Tech Conference focussing on women in the technology industry.

The event will also host the first in Latvia Influencer Marketing Conference – a professional and educational event for content creators / players in the influencer marketing industry. Attend this event with a RIGA COMM 2021 ticket.

Tickets for RIGA COMM are already available online. Ticket price will increase as the event approaches. Expect a price change on 26 February. RIGA COMM is held by the International Exhibition Company BT 1 in cooperation with Intelligent Machines Riga, Riga TechGirls, SmartHR Latvija, Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mailigen, Finance Latvia Association and other partners.

Venue and opening hours:

Ķīpsala International Exhibition Centre (Ķīpsalas iela 8, Riga)
14 October 10.00–17.00
15 October 10.00–17.00

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The lifestyle of people and urban mobility are constantly changing: people are moving more during the day, new modes of transport are emerging and environmental issues are becoming increasingly important. Attend the RIGA COMM 2020 Internet of Things Conference on October 15 in Ķīpsala and learn how technological developments will make urban mobility more sustainable, reduce congestion and make your stay in the city more enjoyable.

“In the future, public transport, cycling and different modes of shared transport will play a key role in urban centres, but private transport will keep playing an important role in the suburbs,” points out an urban planner and a chairman of the VEFRESH innovation movement Viesturs Celmiņš.

Smart mobility saves urban resources

one of the most pressing problems for cities that want to be modern and sustainable is the organisation of traffic and people mobility, as the growth of population, inefficient transport systems, congestion and pollution make it difficult to move around in the city, as well as and contribute to citizens’ discontent with their place of residence. Mobile apps, digital services, as well as the use of the Internet of Things, and the integration of sensors in vehicles and urban infrastructure make it possible to use existing transport solutions more effectively and develop new principles for the traffic organisation. As a result, resources are used more wisely, pollution is declining, but the data generated can be used to analyse the movement of people and vehicles to better plan the long-term development of the city.

The triumph of sharing solutions

These days, not only mobility habits are changing, but also new electronic means of transport are emerging for public sharing – tricycles, scooters, bicycles and mopeds. New vehicles can be easily recharged and have lower maintenance costs. Moreover, vehicle ownership is also changing. “Sharing economy solutions are becoming increasingly popular. This allows consumers to devote less time and attention to vehicle maintenance, but vehicles spend less time in standby mode and are used more intensively,” points out Artūrs Burņins, an executive director of Atom Mobility.

Urban planner V.Celmiņš also points out that five years ago, rarely anyone could have predicted that shared solutions would become our everyday life: “Today, smart mobility solutions are already part of the city’s daily life in small and medium-populated areas, so cities should actively consider how to integrate them safely and easily into the urban road network”.

Future challenges for cities and businesses

It cannot be overlooked that the organization of traffic in cities and the vehicles are constantly changing. A scooter can go to recharge itself or go to a place where it will be in greater demand. In 5-10 years, our daily life will be self-driving or autonomous cars. As vehicles become smarter, the number of accidents will be reduced, as accidents caused by human negligence will be prevented.

V.Celmiņš points out that one of the biggest challenges in the future is to improve the experience of urban residents and guests by developing public transport routes, so that they become a real and comparable alternative to private transport. The second challenge is special integrated lanes for environmentally friendly mobility solutions ‒ public transport, bicycles and scooters.

Burņins, on the other hand, mentions the possible regulations of the industry as one of the biggest challenges in the implementation of smart mobility: “Sooner or later the number of different public transport vehicles in the city will reach a critical level and the city administration will have to decide on restrictions. How this issue will be addressed will affect competition and development scenarios in the industry.”

The shared-vehicle industry is fast growing around the world, so it could seem an enticing niche. For entrepreneurs who want to enter this market, however, the rapid development of technology is a big challenge. “Vehicles change every 4-5 months and companies must be able to renew their fleet in line with market changes. Moreover, vehicles should be more durable and able to serve more intensively than if they were used by only one person,” says A.Burņins.


RIGA COMM is an annual business technology event in the Baltic States where developers and suppliers of enterprise resource management, document management, HRM and security systems, suppliers of cloud services, internet and digital marketing services, web solutions and mobile application developers, and ICT product manufacturers offer ready-to-use and tailored solutions for companies in different industries and of different sizes, municipal authorities and organisations to facilitate efficient operation.

The technology-rich exhibition is complemented by an extensive conference programme. In two days, more than 80 lecturers will speak from four stages in at least six events. In recent years, the RIGA COMM business technology event has been attended by approximately 5000 managers at different levels and professionals from Latvia and the rest of the Baltics. A special app and meeting area will be available to make it easier for visitors and participants to meet, communicate and collaborate successfully during the event.

RIGA COMM is held by the International Exhibition Company BT 1 in cooperation with Intelligent Machines Riga, Riga TechGirls, SmartHR Latvija, Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Mailigen, Finance Latvia Association, the Communication Agency A.W.Olsen & Partners and other partners.

Tickets to the RIGA COMM business event are available online, or at the box office. Ticket price will increase as the event approaches.

Venue and opening hours:

Ķīpsala International Exhibition Centre (Ķīpsalas iela 8, Rīga)

15 October 10.00–18.00

16 October 10.00–17.00

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IoT for time attendance and tools registration solution is developed for construction, manufacturing and services companies, which are looking for new technologies to improve business efficiency. Modern IoT solution allows to organize marketing, to prepare commercial proposals and contracts, to plan and control implementation of the contract. The solution also includes energy and other resources meters, registrators of time attendance of the workers and used tools in the process, controllers of the machinery.

The solution integrates modern IoT infrastructure for time attendance:

Management of tools is realized with NFC tags and NFC phones for managers, who scan worker contactless ID cards and tools NFC tag. Immediate information about missing employee allows sending an automatic message to the manager who could send another employee, to check who is using the necessary tool, control effectiveness of company recourse usage.

Data from IoT is used in the business process management system AIVA 9001, which generates pass logs, timesheets, tool transfer logs. This data, in turn, continues to be used for other tasks: planning workers and tools for projects, for the production planning and for the execution control

Let’s meet in Digital factory at Riga Comm 2019 (stand B17)!

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The 8th Baltic Business Technology Fair and Conference RIGA COMM to be held at Kipsala International Exhibition Centre, October 10–11, will offer an extensive conference programme and a technology-rich showcase section attended by more than 5000 executives and professionals of different levels. The two-day event will present more than 100 speakers at 10 events on 5 stages and expositions by 100 companies from at least 8 countries.

 To make it easier for visitors and participants to meet, communicate and negotiate successfully, a special app and meeting area will be available at RIGA COMM this year.

The women-only stage!

To encourage more women to join the technology industry and draw attention to women who have built a successful career in this sector, the Women in Tech conference will be held for the first time this year. Women will share their success stories and encourage other women to engage in the business and technology creation process. Among the participants there will be one of Norway’s most high-profile female executives Berit Svendsen, currently a vice president of the financial technology company Vipps., Inspiring Fifty ranked Berit among the Europe’s top 50 women tech entrepreneurs in 2016. The “Women in Tech” conference is held in cooperation with Riga TechGirls. The conference will be held in English.

From teaching assistant to prediction tools in business

The way we work is increasingly changing, decisions need to be taken more quickly and areas of responsibility are expanding. How smart machines and algorithms can help us at work or training will be told by the representatives from Emergn, SAP, Microsoft, Accenture, C.T.Co, Scandic Fusion and others at the Human + Intelligent Machine Conference, which is a follow-up to the Machine Learning Conference of previous years. The conference is organised in collaboration with Intelligent Machines Riga. Working language:  English.

Internet of Things news

The annual Internet of Things Conference will provide information on IoT solutions and their use in business processes, public and urban environment management. Conference speakers – Aleksander Poniewierski, Global IoT Leader at Ernst & Young and Martin Woolley, Senior Developer Relations Manager, EMEA at Bluetooth SIG. Working language: English.

Technologies for more convenient and secure financial services

Financial technologies have great potential to provide faster and better financial services. Discover advanced financial technologies and tools for companies and organisations at the FinTech conference – digital transformation of banks, secure and convenient authorisation, technology entry into insurance, as well as discussions of Latvian financial experts.

Digital tools for effective customer engagement

Two days on the RIGA COMM TVNET Digital Marketing Stage experts will discuss how the daily use of digital sales and marketing tools can increase the profitability of e-commerce companies and successful export. From user experience, GDPR and multichannel marketing to content marketing and smartphone potential – international and Baltic experience. Working languages: Latvian and English.

Technologies for attracting, engaging and retaining staff

The need for smart technology solutions in Human Resources (HR) Management is increasing, especially in large companies. At the Smart HR Conference, learn about smart HR technologies for workforce management, planning, engagement, training, wellbeing and internal communication, polling, bonus management, recruitment and analysis. The conference is held in collaboration with Smart HR Latvia Team. Working language: English.

The role of humans in the future work environment

Concerns that robots and machines will replace humans have never been bigger. Every day someone points out that in a world of automation and artificial intelligence, employees will become redundant. On the Cognizant Future of Work Stage, world-class speakers will discuss not only future work and lifelong learning but also the changes in the organisational culture, a data-based approach to improving an individual’s performance, why freelance is a future form of work and how to build a successful team. Working language: English. Held in cooperation with Cognizant.

ALSO Latvia, the largest IT wholesaler in Latvia, will present in their exposition area the most recent electronic products for sale in Latvia, as well as the company will discuss future trends on the ALSO Stage on October 11.

During both RIGA COMM days, the latest innovations from institutes, laboratories, hackathons and developer communities will be showcased in the Innovation Booth.

RIGA COMM is the only annual business and IT industry fair in the Baltics where developers and suppliers of enterprise resource management, document management, HRM and security systems, suppliers of cloud services, internet and digital marketing services, web solutions and mobile application developers, and ICT product manufacturers offer ready-to-use and tailored solutions for companies in different industries and of different sizes, municipal authorities and organisations to facilitate efficient operation. Each visitor will receive consultation and recommendations on the most appropriate solutions.

Organisers: International Exhibition Company BT 1 in collaboration with ALSO Latvia, Cognizant, TVNET, Intelligent Machines Riga, Riga TechGirls, SmartHR Latvija, Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Forbes Latvija, Mailigen, Finance Latvia Association, Krassky and other partners.

Tickets are available online, or at the box office. Ticket price will increase as the event approaches.

Venue and opening hours:

Kipsala International Exhibition Centre (Ķīpsalas iela 8, Riga)

Conference Programme

On 11 and 12 October, Ķīpsala International Exhibition Centre will host the annual Business Technology Fair and Conference “RIGA COMM 2018” for the seventh time. The event offers an extensive programme of practical conferences and seminars, as well as a fair that provides information on modern IT and business technology solutions to companies and organisations.


“Demand creates supply – “RIGA COMM 2018” keeps on developing and will take place in two halls this year! Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, machine learning, business process optimisation, cyber security, blockchains, human resource management and digital marketing – these are just some of the topics that already attracted a lot of interest last year. This year, we have added two other useful conferences to the programme – on financial technologies and productivity,” Andris Breške, Project Manager of “RIGA COMM”, elaborates.


Participants from various countries

The fair in Riga will be attended by developers and providers of digital solutions, tools and services, as well as representatives thereof, from Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Ireland, Canada and China, as they will be presenting the latest technologies, products and services.


Enterprises will present innovative digital business solutions and services, innovative technologies and products, including digital marketing solutions, cloud computing services, IoT and telematics solutions, e-saving services, business consultations etc. Visitors of “RIGA COMM” will be able to consult with experts and choose the most suitable solutions for their business or organisation.


Whereas those who are interested in technological innovations and consumer electronics that are yet to appear in Latvian stores will be welcome at the “ALSO University” display, where visitors will not only be able to view but also try out the latest hybrid computers, TVs, compact printers and other equipment.


Conferences for business and personal growth

Mark 11 and 12 October in your calendars right now, as “RIGA COMM 2018” will be offering more than 12 valuable and interesting conferences on these dates for you to get new ideas and knowledge. The conferences will take place in English and Latvian on seven different stages alongside the exhibition of the fair. In order to attend most of the conferences, it is enough to purchase a ticket to “RIGA COMM 2018”, which may already be done at and on the fair’s website However, if you wish to attend separate conferences, prior registration is required. Here is some information on the main events!


11 October:

Executive Forum. For the second time already, Ķīpsala will gather entrepreneurs, as well as executives of the IT industry and other sectors to discuss the increasing role of information technologies (IT) in the management processes of any organisation. The forum is organised in cooperation with “Proact IT Latvia”. More information:


Machine Learning Practical Application Conference. Machine learning algorithms and the application thereof in business. Smart machines are already in use, and in order to provide new and effective services and make better decisions so that they will be used even more often in the near future alongside new algorithms. More information:


Fintech Conference. Those who are interested will be able to acquire information on progressive financial technologies and tools for companies and organisations. Faster and better financial services! More information:


Smart HR Conference. The need for smart technological HR management solutions is becoming more and more substantial, especially for large enterprises. The conference will look at topics such as smart HR technologies in labour management, planning, integration, training, internal communication, surveying, bonus management, recruitment, analysis etc. More information:


12 October:

Productivity Conference. How companies should prepare for the digitalisation of business processes, how to assess which business processes and functions should be automated, how to choose the most suitable automation solutions and tools for efficient and transparent process management – find detailed information at the first Productivity Conference. More information:


3rd Internet of Things Conference.  Annual conference on solutions of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the use thereof in business, as well as in public administration and urban environment management. How IoT technologies help to improve efficiency, user experience, resource management, customer service, machine maintenance and reduce operational costs. More information:


Blockchain Conference.  How blockchain technology and the use thereof will develop over the coming years, and what the potential thereof is today. Experience will be shared by leading Latvian and international experts. More information:


Digital Marketing Stage. During both days of the fair, experts and digital trainers will provide information on digital sales and marketing tools and the practical use thereof, as well as share their success stories. This year’s content will be even more useful, as it is being prepared in cooperation with marketing managers of companies, bearing in mind modern day marketing needs and trends. More information:


“RIGA COMM 2018” will also host the Latvian “Horizon 2020” brokerage event and seminars, “ALSO University” seminars etc. More information:

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“RIGA COMM” is organised by the International Exhibition Company BT 1. Cooperation partners: Investment and Development Agency of Latvia, “Proact IT Latvia”, “ALSO Latvia”, “Cognizant”, Latvian Blockchain Association, “”, “ExportScene”, “Mailigen”, “Smart HR Latvija”, “Gedvillo Consulting”.



Ķīpsala International Exhibition Centre


Opening hours:
11 October 10:00–18:00
12 October 10:00–18:00



Ticket price – 20 EUR. Ticket prices will increase during the event. Tickets may be purchased on the website of the fair or on the ticket platform


InPass solutions are made to help your company improve labor productivity and make decisions which are based on specific data, at any time of the day, from anywhere in the world. With InPass solutions can keep up with the operation of production facilities, or to follow the climate parameters of the premises or to carry out electronic work time accounting of employees. Our client can see and analyze the data obtained on the client’s portal. InPass sensor installation is simple and fast. The solutions are designed so as not to affect the equipment electronics or warranty.


We tailor solutions individually to the wishes and needs of each client and also ensure maintenance of the system.


Apply for the solutions we offer during the exhibition and test them for one month free of charge.


We invite you to attend the Magnetic Latvia stand at the RIGA COMM 2018 exhibition and find out more about our offer!

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For the second year in a row SAF Tehnika is taking part in RIGA COMM with their most innovative product line to date – The Aranet.


This year Aranet team will be doing a presentation on “IoT for business – applications, benefits, opportunities”. Industrial IoT has developed closely alongside consumer IoT goods and now is here to change the industrial applications as we know them. Experts predict that there will be more than 24 billion IoT devices on Earth by 2020. In this presentation you will find out what can IoT applications offer to businesses and what challenges are ahead for industrial IoT.


Aranet is an environmental internet of things (IoT) monitoring solution for a variety of businesses. Aranet product line consists of both – a wireless sensor networks as well as stand-alone sensors that measure temperature, relative humidity and CO2 levels.


Aranet capabilities offer new solutions for different businesses including food manufacturing plants, grocery stores, warehouse management companies, museums and exhibition halls, hotels and restaurants, agricultural facilities, data centres and many others.


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Together with our RIGA COMM 2018 Internet of Things Conference community event page in Facebook, we create Baltic IoT Landscape or Market Map.


You have certainly seen such in different sectors all over the Internet, but mostly with the global report visualizing by industry analyst or research firm. But for the Baltic market will do it together with our management. Categories we will make in the process, but we will start with #IoT network operators/service providers.


In this category, we have included Tele2 IoT, Connected Baltics & Sigfox partnership, Lattelecom, Smart City Vilnius, Levicom NORAnet, Latvijas Mobilais Telefons, Thinnect and Stream Networks, the last one is disputable. Because they announced that will provide and confirmed to us, but no further action. The same we have an open question about, what are they doing? And what’s going on in Bite Latvija / Bite Lietuva and Telia Lietuva / Telia Latvija / Telia Eesti network?


Suggest if you know more or new coming market players in this category by writing to email


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