What to expect at the Midwest IoT Showcase on October 25th
October is quickly approaching and we are excited to begin releasing details about the first Midwest IoT Showcase where guests will become immersed in all things smart cities and the Internet of things. The event will be the largest Regional Smart Cities Initiative event of the year bringing together key stakeholders to listen, learn, and play.
Normal conferences are boring. We don't do boring. We do interactive.
Connect with elected and public officials, academic and business leaders, and community members committed to smart city growth. Leverage a sponsorship or simply show up at the Midwest Regional IoT Showcase to engage key stakeholders at an interactive event complete with media features, smart city and IoT workshops, team drone racing, speakers and awards.
- The Venue
BB&T arena is in the heart of the Greater Cincinnati Region on campus at Northern Kentucky University. The $64,000,000 facility offers state of the art amenities and provides an ideal space for gathering to experience all things Smart Tech.
- The People
Guests from nearly a dozen states and several countries will immerse themselves in smart city technologies. Government officials, academic leaders, and business experts will meet, listen, learn, and play.
- The Event(s)
No elongated panels. No stuffy seminars. On Wednesday, October 25th, guests will enjoy a new conference experience complete with an all day technology showcase and expo, team drone racing, immersive smart city and IoT workshops, featured speakers and 3D printed awards.
- Regional Highlights
The Midwest has been home to SEVERAL Smart City projects that are the first (and best) of their kind. Additionally, academic institutions, private companies, and event municipal and state leaders have taken strides to move these conversations forward. We will highlight the wins and share lessons learned with guests on October 25th.
- Ticket Info
On Sale in August
- Sponsorship Info
On Sale in July
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