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The Indiana IoT Lab is hosting a virtual gathering on Tuesday, March 31st at 2pm to celebrate its second anniversary and release of the State of IoT 2020 report.
The Indiana IoT Lab will remain closed though the government mandated Stay-At-Home period through April 6th. We plan to reopen on April 7th.
Lab member Project Process is a company founded on the idea that process can be improved with technology and product innovation. Their methodologies and industry experience provides clients with market validation, customer discovery, and data collection and analysis.
PerceptIn to launch an autonomous vehicle pilot in Indiana in early 2020. The startup today announced that it’s relocating its headquarters to the IoT Lab accelerator in Fishers, a suburb of Indianapolis, to launch an autonomous vehicles pilot program, creating 50 new jobs by 2022.
Indiana IoT Lab member CSpring is a technology consulting company focusing on data-driven solutions to align business goals with technology to make information accessible, reliable, and engaging.
Shaun has found a home at the IoT Lab, where hardware, software, and new technology intersect, and companies come together to move the community forward.
Novel Bits is dedicated to educating embedded developers on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to make the technology more achievable.
Hands-on activities, exhibits, demos, and more during this celebration of autonomous technology at the Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers, Indiana.
By partnering with key companies such as Pierce Aerospace, the Indiana IoT Lab is enabling key Indiana industries to adapt to the autonomous landscape.
Indiana IoT Lab member Outside Source delivers the apps, integrations and strategy that power connected user experiences.
Qumulex will be officially launching their Cloud and IoT-based Video Surveillance and Access Control platform at GSX, September 10 – 12, 2019, in Chicago.
Indiana IoT Lab member Everett Berry, CEO of Perceive, Inc., is revolutionizing an industry in need of disruption by pairing artificial intelligence with camera technology.
Can we get the software and hardware folks in the same boat, rowing in the same direction? Thomas James, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at Rose-Hulman, explores.
The smart home market, its challenges and opportunities, and a look into the future: an excerpt from the State of IoT by Lee Odess of Allegion.
The State of IoT focuses on the core economic pillars in Indiana: manufacturing, logistics, and agriculture. Representing a huge share of the Indiana economy, the report evaluates their current state, challenges ahead for each, and how IoT is making an impact, as well as how the Indiana IoT Lab is working to future-proof these industries.
The Indiana IoT Lab is releasing its first State of IoT report. The Fishers-based lab says the nearly 100-page report focuses on the core economic pillars in Indiana: manufacturing, logistics, and agriculture.
As the Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers approaches its first birthday, founder John Wechsler says it is outperforming some of the most optimistic expectations.
When Scott Fadness assumed his role as the first mayor of Fishers, Ind., three years ago, he wanted to make sure that the city’s government and residents wouldn’t be left behind by technology growth and adoption.
The Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers has been open roughly one year and already its membership roster is almost full.
The Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers has fast become an oasis for tech firms big and small, as well as freelancers seeking to help companies turn their ideas about internet-connected devices into products.
Training has begun for IoT lab members-only interested in using the laser cutter, CNC router, 3D printers, or the myriad of other prototyping equipment we have available!
Members are required to go through our training program before building their IoT prototypes, and will be notified via email and our Slack channel with registration information.
As the “making experts” at the Indiana IoT Lab, 1st Maker Space assists members building products for various uses such as demonstrations, proofs of concept, marketing, or fund raising.
The Indiana IoT Lab is proud to host an evening of culinary creativity and kitchen modernization on Thursday, September 13 with celebrity chef Robert Irvine. Find out how you can enter to win tickets!
At the Indiana IoT Lab, founder John Wechsler discussed how companies can break into the Internet of Things space.
The Indiana IoT Lab in Fishers is becoming an oasis for small tech firms and freelancers seeking to help companies turn their ideas about internet-connected devices into products.
The Indiana IoT Lab connects established industries statewide with local tech companies specializing in the Internet of Things. Here’s a tour of the space.
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Entrepreneurs and innovators welcomed 24,500 square feet of new space dedicated to supporting collaboration and innovation for the Internet of Things at the grand opening of the Indiana IoT Lab – Fishers on March 21st. More than 50 members and...
Fishers, Indiana hopes to build a tech hub in the suburbs with the state’s first IoT Lab – Venture Beat
The cities angling to become a tech hub in the Midwest typically fall into one of two categories. There are college towns, like Columbus and Ann Arbor, and traditional hubs of Fortune 500 activity, like Chicago and Minneapolis.
Thirteen months in the making, Indiana’s first Internet of Things (IoT) lab opens March 21 and will focus on stimulating IoT device and application development.
From factories to semi-trucks to farms and kitchens, entrepreneurs and inventors are expected to use rapid advancements in technology to increase efficiency and accuracy in everyday life.