Internet of Things Thames Valley

A ‘Community’ for business, academic, public sector and technical professionals interested in the ‘Internet of Things’ who wish network, share knowledge and experiences and develop business opportunities.

The aim is to build a community of people and organisations willing to collaborate, explore and innovate with IoT products, services and applications that will generate business and benefits for the Thames Valley.

There is no charge (it’s free) to join the this community.

Community - New Member Registration
To join the ‘Community’, please use the following link to the ‘New Member Registration page:  New Member Registration


Community Directory
Find potential business partners and suppliers by visiting the ‘Community’ webpage and as member you can submit a Directory entry (you need to be logged-in) for your organisation: Community

You can also view Jobs, Events, sign-up for a Newsletter and attend our face to face networking Meetups which are held 5 times a year at the Green Park Conference Centre near Reading.


Thank you to the supporters and sponsors of the IoT Thames Valley Community:










IoT Thames Valley Meetup 21st November

We have a great line up of speakers and talks as you will see from the details and the agenda below. Talks include: Industry 4.0, security, monetising data and remote monitoring and controlling industrial heating systems using LoRaWAN network. You can register/RSVP for the Meetup here: https://www.meetup.com/Internet-of-Things-Thames-Valley/events/248055538/ Drinks and pizza will be served from 6pm. Agenda: …

Internet of Things Thames Valley Meetup Agenda

Great set of speakers for the Internet of Things Thames Valley Meetup on 26 September  including: Arm, Arrow Intelligent Systems, Robustel, Valbrio and the  Knowledge Transfer Network We also have a good number of Exhibitors for you to talk to/view their products/services including: Alumnus Software – embedded systems, networking and analytics solutions Arrow Intelligent Systems …

Project Trillium – the latest Arm IP for Machine Learning

Steve Steele, Director of Platforms in the Machine Learning Group, from @Arm will be talking about Project Trillium – the latest Arm IP for Machine Learning at the IoT Thames Valley Meetup, #IoT @tv_iot Green Park Conference Centre, Reading on 26th September. “Machine Learning processing engines today tend to focus on specific device classes or the …