Date: Wed Jul 26, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Moderator: Michael Finegan
We invite developers and engineers to learn how to start the development of loT commercial solutions using pre-certified LoRaWAN hardware platforms and mbed.org to quickly create new “connected prototypes”
This workshop guides programmers and tech professionals on how to crowd source libraries for sensors and peripherals using a cloud based IDE. Users will learn how to move data from edge sensor/processor to cloud platform as a service using a cellular and Long Range RF LoRa Modules. Product Managers and Business Development Leaders are welcome - learn how to build successful business practices and how to avoid the critical pitfalls of loT development. Industry executives from MultiTech, ARM, Senet, and myDevices will be on hand to share valuable insight on developing and managing solutions in th marketplace.
What attendees will learn:
- Rapid prototyping using a cloud based compiler
- Cellular communication to add macro-network
- Crowd sourcing libraries to add drivers from common sensors and peripherals
- How to use an application enablement platform to collect and store IoT data, obtain insights from it, and securely publish the data
- Best practices for “concept-to-commercial” development and launch of loT solutions
Who should attend:
- Programmers that are familiar with C++ want to make their devices ‘connected’
- Business Development Managers focusing on IoT, looking to shorten time-to-market
- Product Managers and Engineers looking to shorten time-to-development for products and services
Space is Limited. Reserve Your Seat Today.
Instruction Provided By:
MultiTech, ARM, Senet, and myDevices
Introductions MultiTech, ARM, Semtech, myDevices (5 minutes)
MultiTech LoRaWAN and LPWA- Hardware platforms (10)
Senet--Macro network Provider (10)
Sensing the world—myDevices (10)
Demonstration xDot Development kit (5)
Lab 1 mDot Hello world (30)
Lab 2 Add Sensors X-Nucleo-IKS01A1 (20)
Lab 3 Publishing Data to myDevices Cayenne Platform (30)
Total Workshop is 120 minutes
Laptops are required for the workshop. We will be downloading software. Please make sure that your laptop does not encypt the data on the hard drive.
Have questions about MultiTech, ARM, Senet, and myDevices LPWA Prototype to Production Workshop?
Contact Michael Finegan firstname.lastname@example.org