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RIoT Atlanta is the Atlanta chapter of the RIoT organization. Collectively 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)

Virtual Lunch & Learn: Predictive Maintenance Techniques for Non-Data Scientists

A growing perception among engineers is that predictive maintenance is an exclusive domain of artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) experts.

Join Ubidots to learn how to use a problem-first approach to solve common maintenance challenges (both preventive and predictive), without having to turn into a data scientist in the process.

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0scuurrDouG9zn84LneWSPPsU7P9oWgUzH

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Virtual Lunch & Learn - Project AIR from TIBCO LABS

Online event

Whether you are new to IoT, an experienced developer, or a business champion, this Lunch & Learn will get you acquainted with Project AIR from TIBCO LABS.

Project AIR from TIBCO LABS can be leveraged to provide edge analytics capabilities, including Computer Vision, and address a wide range of use cases for your industry. Join to learn how easy it is to get started today!

Register in advance for this meeting:
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Virtual L&L - Building a Portable Speed Trap with TinyML and Raspberry Pi

Join this Virtual Lunch & Learn session to see Rob Lauer of Blues Wireless walk through a real-world solution that ties together Machine Learning concepts, remotely-powered IoT deployments, and cloud connectivity (over cellular) in an easy-to-understand project.

Rob will share how using an ML model created with Edge Impulse on a Raspberry Pi can be used to easily develop a portable "speed trap" that lets you identify problematic traffic areas in your own community.

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIkf-uspzgoGtacxocpSqTDv-EhxB_FCa3K

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