WIoT In the News

APRIL 22, 2020 - SALASEINI (SALA) SANDER NAMED WISCONSIN INTERNET OF THINGS (WIoT) COUNCIL'S COORDINATOR

WIoT Launches New Website

Sheboygan, Wisconsin – The Wisconsin Internet of Things Council (WIoT) has hired a new Coordinator, Salaseini (Sala) Sander. Sala brings a rich experience in sales, marketing and business development experience while holding an engaging personality. 

Sala’s experience in television, advertising and account management will be used to propel WIoT into a proactive, professional membership driven organization that advocates for Wisconsin and the Midwest as the epicenter for the Internet of Things (IoT.) The WIoT will do this by providing its members with a forum and environment conducive for purposeful networking, relationship building, talent attraction and development and mutual exchange of information relative to the Internet of Things.  Read more



OCTOBER 30, 2019 – UNIVERSITY NEWS, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN PLATTEVILLE

UW-Platteville helps lead statewide advancements in Internet of Things technology

“While the Internet of Things continues to expand at a rapid rate, Dr. Molly Gribb, dean of the University of Wisconsin-Platteville College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science, is leading efforts to position UW-Platteville at the forefront of this cutting-edge field. Gribb was recently appointed as a founding board member of the Wisconsin IoT Council, a professional membership-driven organization that promotes Wisconsin and the Midwest as the epicenter for IoT and drives technological advancement in the region.” Read more



OCTOBER 29, 2019 – ITECH INSIGHT ON TECHNOLOGY                                           

Wisconsin IoT Council supports companies as they explore building connected products

“That ability to share and learn from others’ experiences and mistakes is powerful, and the council will provide a platform to do just that, Udovich says. After the first event, he says people said they loved the presentations but gained so much from the networking. As companies explore IoT, it helps to know others are in the same position and no one has it all figured out, he says.” Read more



SEPTEMBER 18, 2019 – THE KOHLER VILLAGER NEWS

Standing room only at Wisconsin Internet of Things inaugural event in Sheboygan

“With its proximity to many Fortune 500 companies, existing business-to-business technology, and other strengths inherent to the Midwest, the region is already positioned to emerge as a national leader in the advancement of the Internet of Things. Kanouse explained that the Midwest has a rich history of supporting industries such as manufacturing, software, big data, retail, and healthcare, and the mission of the Midwest IoT Council is to establish Chicago and the Midwest as an epicenter of IoT.”  Read more



SEPTEMBER 17, 2019 – INSIGHT ON BUSINESS

Wisconsin IoT Council holds inaugural event

“Two keynote speakers headlined the event. Shane Moll, president of the power tools division at Milwaukee Tool, shared his company’s commitment to creating a connected tomorrow. Don DeLoach, an IoT thought leader, author and CEO and founder of Rocket Wagon Venture Studios, discussed issues companies should consider as they implement IoT strategies.”  Read more


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