Nutter is sponsoring the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge (MITEF) event “Connected Things 2017” on March 13. The event, held at MIT’s Media Lab, explores how to accelerate the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) and how IoT could have the biggest impact on people(employees, patients, consumers, soldiers, first responders); places (cities, farms, factories, stores, ecosystems and the environment, buildings); and things (manufactured products, vehicles, appliances, prosthetics, apparel, machines).
Panelists will discuss key issues that need to be addressed to accelerate the adoption of IoT for people, places, and things such as: data governance, privacy and security, standards, accelerating development/deployment, change management, and more. Over 400 entrepreneurs, implementers, developers, investors, research analysts, end users, consultants, educators, integrators, students and technology providers are expected to attend.
MITEF Cambridge is the founding chapter of MITEF, a global organization affiliated with MIT through MIT Technology Review. MITEF Cambridge is dedicated to providing coaching, mentoring and a community network for those who are taking the risks to found or invest in new startups today. MITEF Cambridge builds that community network for founders by producing events that bring together those interested in a world shaped by technology and driven by innovation.