The 2017 edition of IndyIoT will be held at the 502 East Event Center in Carmel.
An award-winning tech event returns today in an effort to promote the power of the Internet of Things. The third-annual IndyIoT, hosted by Fishers-based ClearObject, will include presentations from leaders in areas including tech, manufacturing and government on the growth of IoT throughout the region.
The event runs from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the 502 East Event Centre in Carmel. ClearObject Chief Executive Officer John McDonald and Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness will give the keynote address, followed by 10-minute "burst presentations" and panels featuring speakers, including Rolls-Royce Chief Project Engineer Tiffany White and the state's Chief Innovation Officer Dave Roberts.
Inside INdiana Business Television Host Gerry Dick will also moderate a group discussion during the event.
IndyIoT was named the "Best Tech Event" this year at the 2017 Mira Awards. You can learn more about IndyIoT, including the full list of speakers, by clicking here.
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