RIoT LXIV – IoT Demo Night: The World’s Largest Chain
October 18, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm| Free
In partnership with All Things Open, RIoT’s IoT Demo Night is our largest in-person event of the year. You’ll hear from Jesús Centeno, Chief of Staff & Innovation Strategy at TIBCO Software, and Noel Nitecki, Director of Enterprise Services at Panera Bread.
Jesús and Noel will discuss how the Panera Data Pantry, built on TIBCO technology, enabled understanding and managed the full spectrum of Panera’s supply chain and menu data complexity. The Data Pantry became crucial during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic with in-store eating effectively shut down.
Do not miss the opportunity to learn how TIBCO technology can be used to create a wide range of edge solutions to solve complex problems and generate tangible value to stakeholders.
Plus, see 40+ live demos. Confirmed exhibitors include:
Moonrise Solar Solutions
Cherry Bekaert LLP
Torus / Geometric Data Analytics
The Diversity Movement
check back – exhibitors are added everyday!
Save the date – more information coming soon!
Interested in sponsoring the event? Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 PROTOCOLS BELOW:
Face Coverings Will Be Required
Based on recent data available from the CDC and numerous research studies face coverings will be required of everyone (regardless of vaccine status) inside the conference venue.
A face covering is defined as any cloth material used to cover the nose and mouth that remains affixed in place While we strongly suggest a KN95 mask, a face covering is defined as any cloth material used to cover the nose and mouth that remains affixed in place without the use of one’s hands. Face coverings should completely cover the mouth and nose and fit snugly against the sides of the face. Attendees may provide their own face covering, or use a face covering provided by ATO. Alternates to face coverings such as face shields, loose gaiters/bandannas, and face coverings with ventilation will not be allowed.
Face coverings may be removed in meal areas while eating and drinking.
Wellness Screening Required Upon Entry (includes temperature)
Before entering the conference area all attendees will be required to undergo a wellness screening, which will include digital temperature checks, a quick series of health-related questions, and wrist banding for those passing the check.
If an attendee’s temperature is less than 100.3°F and he/she passes the questionnaire, a color-coded wristband will be given in order to proceed to event registration for additional credentials. If an attendee’s temperature exceeds 100.3°F or he/she does not pass the questionnaire, they will be directed to an isolated
holding area for additional screening.
Vaccination / Proof of Negative Test Requirement
All attendees will be required to show either proof of full vaccination for COVID-19 or a negative COVID diagnostic test (PCR or antigen). If choosing to use the diagnostic test for entry, the test must be completed within 72 hours of the day of attendance.
In accordance with national US health policies, people are considered fully vaccinated:
2 weeks after their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines, or
2 weeks after a single-dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine.
*If you are not fully vaccinated you can still be admitted. You will need to show a negative COVID diagnostic test / proof that was completed within 72 hours of your arrival to the event.