Monday, May 10, 2021
Suppose you've been reading the news and were successfully able to get past the coverage of Joe Biden's golf game. You might have noticed some concerning indicators that particular electronics components are taking a long time to ship, 40-60 weeks in some cases. Auto manufacturers are shutting down their assembly lines due to a lack of essential parts. And that Peloton you just ordered? It's going to take over eight weeks to arrive. What is going on?
It turns out there is quite a bit happening.
Join Brett Babel of Luscombe Rocky Mountain as we dig into what's occurring in the global supply chain for electronics and pinpoint which components are becoming difficult to source and why.
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Data is driving the future of our economy. What has been called Industry 4.0 is being made possible through internet-connected devices, sensors, ML/AI, Edge Computing, and innovative thinking. Here in Colorado, we have a wealth of organizations working to establish our region as the anchor for data-driven innovation. Our well-established entrepreneurial community cultivates a rising wave of value, bolstering healthcare, advanced manufacturing, aerospace, transportation, agriculture, energy, and other industries.
Governor Jared Polis will set the stage for what is happing in Colorado, followed by Tom Snyder, Executive Director of RIoT. Our industry panelists will elaborate on the opportunities in our sweeping Data Economy ecosystem.
Following the event, please join the speakers for an in-person outdoor Happy Hour hosted by RIoT and Kiln starting at 5 pm on Kiln's Patio (2101 Pearl St)
Thursday, May 13, 2021
The smart home, smart building, and smart city promise of increased efficiency, screenless interactions, and valuable insight into utilization is only just being realized.
For entrepreneurs and service providers, the orchestration of devices has been expensive and demanded deep technical knowledge. Today, tools are emerging to show this is no longer the case.
Join Jay Lent as he articulates how entrepreneurs and corporations, even those without direct IoT industry experience, can enter the market. We will discuss solutions like no-code development and white-labeling smart-home products to suit your customer's needs made possible through Tuya's cloud platform.
Friday, May 14, 2021
Creating a comprehensive legal strategy at a startup a bit like processing an uncut gem. There are quite a few options initially, but you must consider which facets to prioritize given your budget and vision.
Come listen to IP Startup lapidary Gina Cornelio as she describes some of the things you should consider when coming up with your IP and legal strategy when your startup is constrained.
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