Thinking About IoT Developers

Wednesday, February 08, 2017
Wednesday – 2/08/17
IoT Developers
Open Source Strategies with IoT
Eclipse Foundation
Many companies contribute to IoT solutions within the Open Source Community. This session is an overview of what the communities are developing and how they can reduce the time to develop IoT.
Wednesday – 2/08/17
IoT Developers
Stump the Experts
Bring us your toughest IoT problem for our experts to solve. Telit and friends will bring their technical support staff to help you solve your most pressing IoT challenges to get your project to market faster.
Wednesday – 2/08/17
IoT Developers
Enabling Voice Driven Smart Home Experiences with Amazon Alexa
Pivotal Software, Inc.
Alexa, the voice service that powers Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Tap and Amazon Fire TV, provides a set of built-in abilities, or skills, that enable customers to interact with smart home devices in a more intuitive way using voice. Examples of these skills include the ability to control lighting and temperature. Customers can then access these new skills simply by making a command to Alexa. This session will walk through the Smart Home Skill API and showcase what is possible today.
Thursday, February 09, 2017
Thursday – 2/09/17
IoT Developers
Rapid Prototyping for Cat M1 (Live Demo!)
LTE Category M1 (LTE-M) is here! But how do you start using it? NimbeLink and Verizon ThingSpace will use the brand new Cat M1 Skywire modem and off-the-shelf dev kits to create a working prototype in minutes using Thingspace IoT Platform. The prototype will use the Verizon Cat M1 network to send data to the ThingSpace platform where it can be displayed and analyzed. Come and see how quick and simple it can be to get started using the latest technology on one of the most advanced networks.
Thursday – 2/09/17
IoT Developers
Cloudy IoT Implementations
Litmus Automation
The support of IoT by Amazon, IBM, Microsoft and Salesforce suggests that IoT can be deployed rapidly and with little concern for scale. However, the issue of quality assurance needs to be thought through as rapid deployment of code can lead to hacks, and systems that lack thorough testing. This session looks at how IoT support is integrated into cloud services and what developers still need to consider before using the cloud to deploy.
Thursday – 2/09/17
IoT Developers
Lessons in Connectivity and Support
Get Wireless
Before you send your IoT Solutions around the world you need to know how to manage scale and support. This session is about how to develop, deploy and manage connectivity.
Friday, February 10, 2017
Friday – 2/10/17
IoT Developers
Inventing the IoT Future!
IoT Development requires a library or resources and active community of creators, developers, and innovators. This discussion is about how Collaborizm is being used by myDevices and to gather community and develop new IoT solutions. This panel talks about generating ideas and bringing them to market quickly.
Friday – 2/10/17
IoT Developers
Developing an Edge System with Advanced Device Management Capabilities
This presentation will explore how to develop an edge system with advanced device management capabilities. Some management platforms claim to have edge management capabilities, but these solutions based on an agent on a microcontroller cannot offer sophisticated management features. More advanced application development frameworks have a footprint that fits in intelligent edge device controller processors for better device management tools. The Eclipse Kura open source project is becoming popular for early development, with advantages for developing an edge system with device management capabilities that is ready to evolve into production. By integrating software and hardware at the edge and then communicating with the management platform in the cloud through a comprehensive device management tool, devices and their services can be monitored and changed from afar with ease.