IoTFuse is about to light up Minneapolis on April 21 when nearly 1,000 people head to the Minneapolis Convention Center for the third annual conference.
With all these hobbyists, hackers, researchers, entrepreneurs, and executives — it’s impossible to spend a day at this event and not walk away brighter.
From homegrown startups like 75F and Macchina to the giants of Amazon, Best Buy and Microsoft — their lineup is deep and diverse. IoT (and its M2M kin) are permeating world industries from right here in Minnesota.
Medical products, retail environments, manufacturing plants, nothing is off limits in the connected future. For example, in agriculture, Garden One will be on display at IoT Fuse, demonstrating how the entire grow can be controlled remotely through the use of IoT digital devices.
The IoTFuse founding team of Justin Grammens, Patrick Delaney, Daniel Feldman, Paul Seim are proud the growth seen over the past three years for what they consider to be the largest community-driven IoT conference in the US.
“We’re fusing together the people who are doing IoT for fun and for profit,” says Grammens.