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Fishers, IN (September 4, 2018) – The Indiana IoT Lab, a facility designed for innovation and collaboration with a focus on internet-connected devices and systems, is proud to host an evening of culinary creativity and kitchen modernization on Thursday, September 13. Robert Irvine, celebrity chef and host of multiple Food Network shows including Restaurant: Impossible, will showcase how IoT technologies are changing the way chefs prepare food.
In addition to his successful Food Network show, Irvine has also served as Head Chef for the annual Academy Awards dinner and has worked in the White House kitchen where he prepared meals for several high-ranking government officials.
“There are many industries on the verge of being completely transformed by technology,” said Indiana IoT Lab founder John Wechsler. “It’s critical we raise awareness to engage our entrepreneurs in this transformation. We’re thrilled to welcome Chef Irvine in extending that message to our local food industry, and with the culinary incubator at The Yard at Fishers District in full development, the timing is significant.”
About Indiana IoT Lab – Fishers
The Indiana IoT Lab – Fishers is designed to bring the emerging IoT sector together as a lab for innovation and collaboration. Entrepreneurs and businesses will have the space they need to bring key components of IoT solutions together including design thinking, cloud computing, edge technology, and software development. Through the Lab, entrepreneurs and businesses will launch the technology solutions needed to meet the world’s growing tech needs.
For more information, visit http://indianaiot.com.
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