Happy #iotday everyone!
Rob Van Kranenburg started this tradition in 2011 and we’re proud to include our upcoming showcase as part of the festivities taking place across the month. For those of you wanting to celebrate today, Rob is in town and inviting you to join him in town for a drink.
Onwards with this month’s news!
Thames Valley meetup (April 18th)
Speakers from Amazon Web Services, Vodafone, Cloud9 eSIM Technologies, Ultra IoT, Armor Associates, Microshare & Knowledge Transfer Network. More details.
IoT Tech Expo (April 18-19th)
Taking place at Olympia London, use code IOTLDN18 for a 15% discount on tickets. Free expo passes also available. More details.
Smart London Camp (April 21st)
City Hall unconference. The ideas pitched and discussed could directly shape London’s digital future and become part of a new Smart London Plan, to be launched by Mayor Sadiq Khan at London Tech Week. More details and a survey.
ODI Leeds #iot showcase ( April 24th)
Free talks, demos and workshops as part of Leeds Digital Festival. More details.
Hardware Pioneer workshop (April 25th)
Learn to develop low power, low cost IoT solutions using the STM32 IoT Node Discovery Kit.
Participants take home the kit for free. More details.
Hardware Pioneers meetup (May 10th)
Talks by ARM, Altium, Microchip and LPRS. More details.
BOOST sessions (April & May)
Offered by Central Research Laboratory theses free workshops cover digital marketing, PR, social media, and branding. More details.
London #iotmark meeting (June 13th)
Ultra are looking to build an #iot prototyping studio and want your feedback about the idea. Fill in their survey.
Have a great #iotday and I look forward to seeing you at our showcase event, hosted by Bulb on the beautiful roof terrace of Second Home in Shoreditch.
As ever, thanks to our sponsor, the deployment platform Resin.io.
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