What we're about

RIoT represents a network of technologists, engineers, business leaders, academics, policy makers, and entrepreneurs, all of whom have a stake in the Internet of Things industry. Companies ranging from startups to international heavyweights meet frequently to exchange ideas, to learn new technologies, and to create new opportunities. The Internet of Things is here, and it’s growing. Our mission is to create a community that captures IoT opportunities locally, nationally, and globally.

Upcoming events (3)

Lunch & Learn - 5G Impact to IoT

HQ Raleigh

5G is rapidly becoming a key technology transformation across the mobility landscape. 5G enables a number of critical application and solutions enablers such as: slicing, enhanced mobile broadband, massive IoT, low-latency (URLLC), mobile edge compute, and others. Join Russ Gyurek, Director of IoT CTO Group at Cisco, as he covers the key aspects of 5G in terms of technology and deployments, the status of the standards, spectrum as well as some of the challenges and differences WW. In addition, a brief overview of the IoT verticals that will be impacted through the 5G platform. The presentation will include recommendations that have been made to the FCC in relation to spectrum, rural/underserved, and ways to encourage US leadership in 5G. ** Please note this Lunch & Learn will be held in the E-Clinic, on the 2nd floor of the 310 S. Harrington HQ Building.**

Lunch & Learn - Crafting Top-shelf Bourbon on a Budget with IoT

Join Smashing Boxes Senior Engineer, Entrepreneur, and Pinetop Distillery Co-Founder Grady Knight as he presents how Pinetop Distillery overcame significant barriers-to-market-entry through a unique value-engineered manufacturing process using connected devices and sensors. This talk will cover the overall manufacturing strategy, the technical architecture for the IoT devices, and an example engineering problem which Smashing Boxes solved in a cost-effective manner using these devices. Sample of Pinetop “spirits” included! ** Please note this Lunch & Learn will be held in the E-Clinic, on the 2nd floor of the 310 S. Harrington HQ Building.**

Lunch & Learn - How to Use Deep Learning with Your IoT Digital Twin

With the Internet of Things (IoT), a digital twin is created to have a virtual representation of a remote device or system. The digital twin shows you the device's operating condition, no matter where it is physically located. IoT devices have a number of sensors installed on them, as well as sensors for the environment around them. Analytics can bring this sensor data together to create a true real-time digital twin. Previous presentations have shown how streaming analytics are used for device state estimation and anomaly detection. Join Brad Klenz of SAS as he explains how deep learning can be added to your digital twin for more understanding. ** Please note this Lunch & Learn will be held in the E-Clinic, on the 2nd floor of the 310 S. Harrington HQ Building.**

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