IndyIoT Hits the Road

On Wednesday, April 18th, ClearObject and partner, NineStar Connect, put on the first IndyIoT Roadshow: Hancock County edition.

Over 50 attendees from the surrounding area, representing a variety of industries, participated in the event.  The day consisted of four speakers who addressed the ways in which IoT is impacting the business world as we know it. Speakers included keynote John McDonald, CEO of ClearObject, John Mascoe, founder and CEO of VanCoe Ag Technologies, George Plisinski, manager of Telecom Operations for NineStar Connect and Chris Baggot,the founder of CEO and Clustertruck.

The event is a smaller version of ClearObject’s annual IoT conference, designed to reach companies and entrepreneurs throughout the state of Indiana.  The original IndyIoT event won a Mira Award in the People’s Choice category for Best Tech Event.

“IndyIoT was something we put on to further educate Indiana on the promise of IoT.” CEO of ClearObject, John McDonald said, “As a continuously growing tech city, primed to become a national leader in the industry, Indiana as a whole is home to many innovative projects that could benefit from exposure, partnerships, and other community support.  The goal of IndyIoT is to provide all of the above.”

Interested in bringing an IoT Roadshow to your area? Connect with ClearObject today to learn more about how events like these can lead to innovation in your region, company, or team! www.clearobject.com

 

About ClearObject

ClearObject is an IoT systems innovator dedicated to helping the world’s best companies connect their bold ideas to the Internet of Things. We bring years of experience, our team of experts, and our coalition of leading partners together to make your ideal IoT solution a reality.  Connect with us on Facebook at https://www/facebook.com/ClearObject and follow us on Twitter @ClearObject.

Clare Maher

Clare Maher is the IoT Market Development Manager at ClearObject. A graduate of Saint Mary’s College (#gobelles), Clare can usually be found yelling at the screen during a Notre Dame game, quoting any film ever made or touring the Indy restaurant scene.

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