Smart Chicago and City Digital invite you to join us at the next IoT Council Series event: How will IoT impact your life? This event will explore how the Internet of Things (IoT) can impact our personal and professional lives while sharing examples of IoT in homes, healthcare, and our cities. Everyone is invited and no knowledge of IoT is required to participate in this event. This will be an opportunity to learn more about current IoT applications and ask questions about the impact to you or your communities.
Event: IoT Council Series: How Will IoT Impact Your Life?
Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017 from 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Location: UI LABS, 1415 N Cherry Ave, Chicago, IL 60642
Free parking! Accessible via CTA Red Line, Blue Line, and buses (#70, #132 and #8)
RSVP here: https://www.illinoistech.org/events/iot-council-series-what-is-iot-how-will-it-impact-your-life
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The Internet of Things (IoT) describes a vast network of connected devices–appliances, buildings, vehicles, and more– that contain sensors and are able to connect to the internet. Examples of IoT include wearable fitness trackers, devices that regulate temperature in homes, and Chicago’s Array of Things sensors which collect data on the city’s environment and activity for research and public use.
A panel of speakers will discuss these different IoT applications:
- Danielle DuMerer, Chief Information Officer of the City of Chicago who will share connected government solutions.
- Chad Curry, Managing Director of CRT Labs– a research group to track emerging technologies that will affect real estate.
- Gary Conkright, CEO of PhysIQ– a company that takes data from wearable and implantable devices to learn more about a person’s health.
- Moderated by Steven Philpott, Co-founder of Colony 5
The event will be hosted at UI LABS, which is our new home, an innovation accelerator that connects partners from university, industry, startups, government, and community groups to address problems in order to advance manufacturing and create smart city infrastructure.
At Smart Chicago, we value opportunities where we can engage people from different sectors and perspectives to learn about and discuss our technology ecosystem. As our world becomes more connected, we need to ensure that people are included in the conversations that will help shape the technology devices and systems being created.
About the IoT Council
The Internet of Things Council’s mission is to drive advancement of IoT technology, policy and industry, establishing Chicago and the Midwest as an epicenter of IoT.