On Tuesday February 2nd, we held 2016’s first RIoT event:
North Carolina and the Smart City Ecosystem. The crowd of 350 packed the NC Museum of Natural History. The RIoT community heard a wonderful explanation of the true value of smart cities from Jennifer Robinson, Director of Local Government Solutions at SAS. We then heard about Crowded roomthe Town of Cary’s smart water metering system, Aquastar, from Karen Mills, Finance Director of Cary. Dr. Sokwoo Rhee finished out the evening

explaining how NC can get involved in the Global Cities Team Challenge. We were thrilled to hear Dr. Rhee say that he’s never seen anything quite like the RIoT community.  We are unique…in a good way.

Finally, we were excited to announce the launch of RIoT ED. This IoT education series has separate tracks for both engineers and the not-so-tech savvy.

You can download the all of the evening’s presentations here.

Stay tuned for links on upcoming RIoT events, RIoT ED registration, and how to get involved in the Global Cities Team Challenge.