When: May 6-7, 2015
Where: Hyatt Regency - Santa Clara, CA
Table #: S6
Machine-to-machine methods, (or M2M), intelligent embedded and/or smart fusion have been around in some form for many years. The Internet of Things (IoT) goes way beyond this capability and interconnects virtually unlimited numbers of smart objects and changes the way we interact with our environment. To help rein in the vast world of IoT, the IoT DevCon will focus on technologies ranging from the ultra-low power microcontrollers to the multicore-enabled aggregation hubs to the software and security infrastructure required for monitoring and management of the enormous bundles of data.
Conference Website: http://www.iot-devcon.com
Session Title: IoT Standards: Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen
When: May 2, 2:15pm-2:40pm
The Internet of Things (IoT) was named the most hyped technology of 2014 by Gartner, and designers are responding by feverishly working to add connectivity to products in all industries, especially in the connect home, medical devices, industrial automation and transportation. Connected products require a new approach to design. This session will dive into the 10 things designers need to consider when developing IoT devices.
Speaker: Adam Justice, VP and General Manager of Grid Connect