Since its Atlanta chapter launch in 2018, tech-focused meetup Tech in Motion has hosted over 200 attendees at its monthly events. With a calendar packed with exciting speakers and topics, 2019 will be even more exciting.
Join fellow techies on January 23 for an evening featuring some of the top local IoT (Internet of Things) companies and products. IoT describes the interconnection of computing devices embedded in everyday objects — think smart cities, connected homes and cars, and more. Get ready to learn about the state of the industry and network with the creators of the future of tech!
This event is a place for tech professionals who wouldn’t normally cross paths to meet, collaborate and learn about what their peers are doing across the city.
Link Your House — A home technology design and integration company that aims to enhance the lifestyle of clients by providing safety, comfort, entertainment and convenience through the use of technology.
VeriSolutions — Next-generation monitoring solutions for restaurants and maintenance companies that communicate with a wireless network of sensors to prevent inventory loss, optimize staff efficiency, and improve customer safety.
nfant — An emerging digital health company focused on improving the outcomes and lives of neonatal infants. The nfant® Feeding Solution is the first FDA cleared IoT medical device focused on the NICU.
Banyan Hills Technologies — IoT consulting firm with strong capabilities in machine learning, transaction management, communication protocols, mesh networks, and predictive analytics to enable companies to realize the full potential of IoT.
Intent Solutions — A technology-enabled healthcare services company with hardware and software for monitoring and managing medication adherence in clinical research and applied healthcare.
- 6:00 – 6:30 p.m. Check in
- 6:45 -7:00 p.m. Welcome note by Tech in Motion
- 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Demos & Networking
Tech in Motion is a national event series with the goal of bringing local tech communities together.
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