Collaborative aims to make Cleveland a technology powerhouse

Appliances, gadgets, vehicles, and other devices that can exchange data are part the network known as the "Internet of Things." Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University have partnered in hopes of making the city a destination for IoT technology innovators – and the Cleveland Foundation just gave them $1.75 million to make it happen. To learn more about this new venture, ideastream's Rick Jackson spoke with Cleveland Foundation Program Director Shilpa Kedar,  Case Western Reserve University's Kenneth Loparo, and Nick Zingale of Cleveland State University.


- Shilpa Kedar, Cleveland Foundation Program Director for economic and workforce development

- Kenneth A. Loparo, the Nord Professor of Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, 

-Nick Zingale, Associate Professor of Public Administration, Cleveland State Univesity, and the public sector liaison for the Internet of Things collaborative

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