What we're about

You are joining the first and only IoT Meet-up Group in Madison, WI. Our objective is to promote education, collaboration, and the sharing of IoT knowledge.

We are affiliated with the Wisconsin IoT Council and are a community driven organization designed to work together to build the IoT educational, funding and technology base in Madison and the surrounding area.

Our meetings will explore design practices, technologies, and opportunities around new information networks of physical “things”, embedded with sensors and actuators – from roadways to running shoes – internet enabled, sensing the environment, communicating, combined with smart devices and cloud, providing real-time data creating new information networks, new business models, and really cool stuff. A cross-pollination of ideas from creative thinkers, designers, engineers, researchers, data scientists and entrepreneurs to create meaningful and tangible solutions that will make the Internet of Things (IoT) more human, ubiquitous and commercially viable.

If you are interested in leadership, speaking, or generally promoting the group please drop us a line. We will review requests and promptly respond to your Meet-up suggestions.

We are always looking to collaborate with other organizations. Lets get creative.

~Though we are not affiliated with the IoT Chicago Meetup, much of the above description is borrowed from them as it is quite inclusive and in alignment with our goals for the group.

Upcoming events (1)

Madison's Therma-Stor and their Phoenix DryLink Connected Ecosystem

The WIoT Council invites you to another virtual conversation on everything IoT. Join Erin Hynum, Business Unit Leader for the Phoenix line of restoration equipment, as he shares their IoT journey with us to date. Erin will take us through their story of defining a business case that led to the addition of connectivity, how the data drove them to this innovation and how the results presented its own ROI. Therma-Stor LLC, located in Madison, Wisconsin, was established in 1977 to apply advanced heat transfer technologies to residential and commercial markets. Beginning with heat recovery water heaters, Therma-Stor now also manufactures a line of residential dehumidifiers, which includes the Santa Fe series of free-standing dehumidifiers and the Ultra Aire by Santa Fe series of whole house ventilating dehumidifiers. Therma-Stor also offers Quest industrial dehumidifiers and the Phoenix line of restoration equipment for dehumidification, air scrubbing, water extraction, and evaporative drying. Agenda: 2.00pm - Introductions (WIoT Council Moderator and Speaker) 2:05pm - Phoenix DryLink Ecosystem 2:45pm - Q & A with questions that have come in from attendees 3:00pm - Adjourn Register now at www.wisconsiniot.org/events ***GotoMeeting URL provided at registration***

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