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Join us on Wednesday, October 25th at BB&T Arena for the first Midwest IoT Showcase and Smart Regions Conference!

The Smart Regions Conference will include speakers and featured presentations in the morning, an open IoT Showcase and Expo throughout the day, and Smart City leadership workshops and awards in the afternoon. Oh, did we mention drones? Yeah, professional drone racing and exhibitions, too! Tickets and Sponsorships are available but limited.

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Mark Moffet

Cisco Systems, Inc
Director of System Engineering State, Local Government and Education

Mark Moffett leads System Engineering for State, Local Government, and Education for the Eastern United States.  He and his team of 130+ Systems Engineering Managers, Systems Engineers and Architects are responsible for the design and deployment of Cisco solutions built on integrated architectures to solve the business challenges of State, Local Government, and Education customers both directly and through partners. This business is worth $1.9B annually to Cisco.

Prior to this current role, Mark spent 6 years as Senior System Engineering Manager for the eleven-state Commercial South Territory Operation where he led the pre-sales SE team who were responsible for over $500M business in product and services for the mid market. 

An 18 year Cisco veteran, Mark has extensive experience in the public sector, enterprise, and mid-market business sectors and has held roles with increasing responsibility starting as a Systems Engineer, SE Manager, Senior SE Manager and now Director. He also achieved his Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert Certification (CCIE) in 2002. 

Mr. Moffett has over 29 years of systems engineering and management experience, including 8 years serving our country in the US Air Force where he spent more than eight years as a Tech Controller at Clark Airbase in the Philippines and Gunter AFB in Montgomery, AL.

Mark resides in Spring Hill, TN with his son Caleb, who is a junior at Middle Tennessee State University.