IoT "Prototype to Production" Workshop

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Are you looking for practical, hands-on experience using the best connected technology available today?

 On June 18, we are providing a rare opportunity for developers and engineers to learn how to start the development of IoT commercial solutions using pre-certified hardware platforms and mbed.org to quickly create new "connected prototypes". Business Development and Product Managers looking to shorten development and time-to-market are also welcome.

What you will learn by attending:
  • Rapid prototyping using a cloud-based compiler
  • Cellular communication to add macro network
  • Crowdsourcing 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 practice for "concept-to-commercial" development and launch of IoT solutions
Attendees will receive a development kit and data plan for prototyping purposes. Space is limited. Reserve your spot now by filling out the form on the registration page!

What: IoT "Prototype to Production" Workshop
When: Thursday, June 18, 2015, 10am - 2pm
Where: Hacker Dojo, 599 Fairchild Dr., Mtn. View, CA
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Anthony Brower

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Hi Bob, 
I am not in the bay area, but would like gain this knowledge. Do you have materials that you can share for download? 
Will this workshop be webcast or recorded and available for viewing after the event?

I am just getting started with aeris and I like what I am seeing so far.

Thank you and Best Regards.
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Hi Anthony,

Glad to hear you're off to a good start with Neo!

The workshop is designed to be 100% hands-on and collaborative. As such, it won't be webcast or recorded and there aren't any materials to distribute.

While we're sorry we can't accommodate all the requests to attend we're really excited there is so much interest that the workshop is over-subscribed by more than double. Look for additional workshops in the future, which will be held in different cities around the US.

Regards,
Bob