Welcome to Day 6 of the Maker Mind Meld Summit.
Today is dedicated to the Internet of Things.
If you have been following the Summit and attended the presentations, your mind must be buzzing with ideas.
Remember to make the most of your attendance by keeping notes of anything that might be useful for your projects, or things that you want to learn more about or discuss with the speakers.
Today’s presentations will (again) make your mind explode with the possibilities that modern technology brings to the hands of non-professional engineers.
To watch the Day 6 presentations you will need to get your free ticket.
Free tickets are only available between December 7 and December 13.
Here’s a list of presenters and their topics:
Dal Gemmell – 20 billion devices need their own network. It’s here.
Dal Gemmel is doing whatever is necessary to bring us IoT 2.0: the next generation of network infrastructure specifically designed for the Internet of Things.
Dal will show you how to connect any IoT device to this new kind of peer-to-peer wireless network in which participants have part-ownership. This network is open, decentralized, powered by blockchain technology and owned by individuals like you and me (not the Telcos).
As billions of devices are expected to go online, this innovation is key to a free and sustainable Internet of Things.
To watch Dal’s presentation, go to the registration page to get your free ticket. Once you register, we’ll send you an email with the links to today’s presentations, as well as those for the days that follow.
Alain Pannetrat – A wired IoT platform; ’cause wireless is not always best
Alain Pannetrat wanted to create a security system for his home, and automate his garden.
So, he designed and build a technology to do that. But he did not stop there.
He commercialised this technology so that you do that too.
And much more.
All based on a simple concept that, sometime, wired solutions are better than wireless. He created noCAN, in which a single cable provides power and data to dozens of Arduino nodes, controlled by a Raspberry Pi. This is a particularly good option for cases that radio communications are not up to the task.
In this Masterclass, Alain will show you how to use it.
To watch Alain’s presentation, go to the registration page to get your free ticket. Once you register, we’ll send you an email with the links to today’s presentations, as well as those for the days that follow.
Marco Schwartz – How about an easier way to control your devices though the Internet?
Marco Schwartz, is an entrepreneur & electrical engineer.
He is passionate about the Internet of Things so much that he created a super-easy way to control your Arduinos, ESP8266/ESP32 and Raspberry Pi’s from anywhere in the world, with your browser.
You can get your devices on the Cloud and do something useful with it within minutes, using the aREST library and open-sourced Cloud service.
In this Mastermind, Marco, the creator of aREST, will show you how to do that.
To watch Marco’s presentation, go to the registration page to get your free ticket. Once you register, we’ll send you an email with the links to today’s presentations, as well as those for the days that follow.
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