RIoT hosts educational sessions about IoT, business, and the data economy—how to adapt, how to scale, and how to capture the market.  RIoT’s Lunch & Learn series is offered up to 9 times a month, across Raleigh, Durham, Charlotte, Boulder, Stafford, and Atlanta.  In response to the Covid-19 crisis, RIoT updated the series to a Virtual Lunch & Learn series.  Keep an eye out for other exciting programs from RIoT ED, including our popular Main Street IoT program.

Check out the recordings from RIoT’s Virtual Lunch & Learn series on our YouTube Channel.  Information on past Lunch & Learns can be found here.

The future of edge computing is serverless. In turn, Peer-to-Peer has come a long way since SETI and Napster—and it will lay the foundation for IoT. Peer-to-peer computing or networking is a distributed application architecture that partitions tasks or workloads [...]

Strategically, why should an inventor or company bother protecting their IP in a new product or service? Join this Virtual Lunch & Learn session to learn the answer to that question. John Sotomayor, Founder & Principal of SotoIP, will use [...]

Virtual L&L – The Evolution of IoT

March 10 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join this Virtual Lunch & Learn session for a look at how IoT has evolved over the last decade from connecting existing products to creating products that can only exist in an IoT enabled world. Bernard Vachon, VP of Embedded [...]

Virtual L&L – Fun with Flood Data

March 17 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Once you have a steady stream of high-resolution localized flood data, what can you do with it? Join this Virtual Lunch & Learn session as Green Stream shares the inventive ways its customers are collecting and consuming environmental data to [...]

Join Joe Kunz, Project Manager for Google Inc., and John Hogie, Program Manager for Google Inc., as they share Google Fiber’s experience with hardscape trenching deployment across multiple metros. Joe and John will discuss innovation, learning through the process, and [...]

Virtual L&L – 20 Ways to Kill an Antenna

March 31 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The antenna is one of the few analog elements in our increasingly digitized world. Proper antenna design is key to optimizing wireless device performance. Engineers at the Wireless Research Center specialize in antenna design for real-world applications. Join this Virtual [...]