IoT – Prototype to Production Workshop

IoTWorkshop Date: March 28th, 2017
Workshop Times: 8am – 12pm
Westin O’Hare Hotel
Rosemont, Illinois 60018
In conjunction with the IoT North America and Connected Cities USA Conferences

Registration: $119 (Registration fee includes development kits) Register Here

Instructors:
Brian Huey, IoT Client Director – Smart Grid, Smart City and Energy - Sprint
Justin Grammens, Founding Partner – Lab 651
Rodney Landers, Founding Partner – Lab 651

M2M DataSmart and Sprint invite you to participate in a hands-on lab experience that will show you how to use development platforms from multiple vendors, apply sensors to collect real-world analog data, send the information to the cloud over the cellular network and display your results on phones, tablets and back-end server systems.

Participants will be allowed to keep their Development platform of choice as well as their data plan for further experimentation. You will be assisted by two of the leading experts in deployment from concept to productions, Justin Grammens  and Rodney Landers.

This workshop guides programmers and tech professional on how to crowd source libraries for sensor 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 module.

Product Managers and Business Development Leaders can come and learn how to build successful business practices and avoiding critical pitfalls of IoT development through hearing from executives with M2M DataSmart and Sprint Corporation around the M2M & IoT space.

What Attendees Will Learn:

  • Rapid prototyping using a cloud based compiler
  • Crowd sourcing libraries to add drivers from common sensors and peripherals
  • Cellular communication to add macro-network
  • Best practices for ‘concept-to-commercial’ development and launch of IoT solutions

Who Should Attend:

  • Programmers that are familiar with C++ want to make their devices ‘connected’
  • Product Managers and Engineers looking to shorten time-to-development for products and services
  • Business Development Managers focusing on IoT, looking to shorten time-to-market

justingrammens-squareSpeakers Bios:
Justin Grammens lives at the intersection of emerging technology and leading communities on the Internet of Things. He is a founding partner at Lab 651, an end-to-end consultancy building connected products, the owner and founder of Recursive Awesome, a data analytics company to help businesses understand their customers through connected products and IoT Weekly, a free curated newsletter with industry expert perspectives on the Internet of Things. He is the co-founder of the first ever Internet of Things Hack Day in Minnesota and IoTFuse, a 501(c)(3) non-profit with the mission to position Minnesota as a leader on the Internet of Things. Justin is an adjunct professor at the University of Saint Thomas teaching a graduate level course on the Internet of Things and an Industry Analyst at RT Insights, covering IoT and Data Analytics.

Rod Landers PictureRodney Landers believes that technology should integrate seamlessly and transparently in to everyday life. He has been in the M2M/IoT area for over 20 years, and in addition to holding several patents, he is a serial entrepreneur. His works, such as an automatic landing system for commercial aircraft and E911 for cell phones are in use every day by millions of people. Currently, he is a managing partner at Lab 651, the CTO of GPSip, and is on the board of advisors for DataSmart.

Registration: $119 (Registration fee includes development kits) Register Here