NC RIoT IV IoT in Smart Energy & Home Automation

Date:  Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Time:  4: 00 – 6:30 PM
Location:  Raleigh Convention Center

Presented by:  Wireless Research Center of North Carolina in conjunction with StepLeader

We are thrilled to announce that the next NC RIoT will take place in conjunction with the Data4Decisions Conference on Tuesday March 24th, 2015. Yes, RIoT is crashing a conference!

NC RIoT partners with the Research Triangle Cleantech Cluster (RTCC) to bring content to the conference track “Smart Energy: Using data-driven energy management to uncover meaningful operational insights”.

Speakers & Topics:

Cisco – IoT & The Cleantech Revolution
Cree – Matt Reynolds, Electronics R&D Manager
Phononic – Anthony Atti, CEO
NC RIoT – Matthew Davis & Larry Steffann



NC RIoT 2015 Kickoff Extravanganza

Date:  Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Time:  6: 00 – 9:00 PM
Location:  Durham Bulls Stadium (PNC Triangle Club)

Presented by:  Wireless Research Center of North Carolina in conjunction with StepLeader

Join us for the 2015 Kickoff Meetup of NC RIoT.  This event will help frame the IoT discussion in North Carolina over the next 12 months, which promises to be a big year for IoT investment and expansion.  Be a part of the group that solidifies NC as a global hub for IoT innovation.

Speakers & Topics:

The IoT Market Opportunity, by Chris Hare, CEO The nTeTe Group
The State of IoT in NC, by Matthew Davis, VP Product Marketing, StepLeader
Case Studies: From Idea to Product to Company
Brian Bell of MiPayWay
David Houghton of Bright Wolf




Raleigh Internet of Things – RIoT  Part Deux

Date:  September 30, 2014
Time:  6: 00 – 7:30 PM
Location:  HQ Raleigh
Presented by:  Wireless Research Center of North Carolina in conjunction with StepLeader

With so much IoT work happening in Triangle (Rectangle if you count Wake Forest!), building a strong community of IoT enthusiasts further establishes this area as a hub for innovation.


Connected Development – Discussing wireless design services
Verizon – Solutions for M2M in many industries and their Innovation Program
Device Solutions – Using existing products to develop a custom solution quickly and cost effectively
IBM – Their stance on IoT, key enablers for making it work, and a live demo





DoC Webinar Medical Device Regulations

Date: June 5th, 2014
Time: 2:00 EDT
Cost: $55
Presented by: Wireless Research Center of North Carolina in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Commerce

If your company is planning to introduce a new wireless medical device to the market, don’t forget to design for the whole world – not just the U.S.

The global marker for wireless medical devices has never been hotter.  A 2013 report, from the research conducted by Research and Markets (, projects the market will expand more than 20 percent within a five-year period.  The wireless health market, currently at $23.8 billion, is expected to reach $59.7 billion by 2018, with the growth attributed primarily to patient monitoring applications, diagnostics, aging populations and growing hospital deficits.