It’s spring kindof at last, maybe, and it’s conference season so I’m writing this on a Eurostar train back from Aruba Atmosphere EMEA 2017 where #iot is on every single slide. Fascinating how quickly the opportunities and challenges are being embraced or discussed. Now for what’s on this month!
Big Data, Data Mining and Machine Learning at BCS (May 10th-11th)
Event led by Dr Malcolm Sherrington author of a book on “Mastering Julia”. More details.
Global IOT DevFest (June 2-3)
An online conference where you can ask questions to Intel, Microsoft, Google folks.More details.
Hardware Pioneers (June 8th)
Talks by Honeywell, Mouser and Analog Devices. More details.
From an open #iot definition to a certification mark (June 16th)
Usman Haque (former founder of Pachube who kicked off these meetups back in 2011) and I are organising this, you should come along. More details.
Global AI Hackathon at Campus London (June 23rd-25th)
They are looking for sponsors too. More details. Register.
Check out the Amazon Echo for your health Sens by Vie.
See you next week for our Tuesday meetup with speakers Klevio, Resin.io, Samsung and Mobicycle!
Hardware Scaling by RPD & Plexal (April 24th)
The event will focus on how to take hardware products from early stages of development through to design for manufacture (DFM) and manufacturing. More details.
Hardware Pioneers (May 4th)
Talks by Kickstarter, Seymourpowell, Special Projects and Morrama. More details.
Apply to be video interviewed the event and get your product’s story featured on Mouser’s channels. Apply.
GovStart Program (April 27th)
Working on a product targeted at a government client? Apply for this new support program. More details.
Amazon Alexa Skills Challenge (May 9th)
Build a new voice-activated skill for Alexa and win a chance to prizes totaling $40,000. More details.
IoT Privacy and Regulation
Dr.Gilad Rosner gave a great talk at UC Berkeley about this. Listen.
Peeka are raising a seed round of investment. Check them out.
Spring is coming and so are the #iot events in the UK! (At least enough for a second newsletter as promised).
CapGemini IoT & AI Showcase (March 28th, Glasgow)
The nice people at CapGemini who supported our showcase event last autumn are organising one for #iot and AI in a couple of weeks. It’s free, just apply to showcase your ideas, product or prototype. More details.
Access to Funding event (March 30th)
Organised by #iot accelerator Central Research Lab in West London, this includes a pitch session where you can win £2K. More details.
Maker Connections (March 16th)
A new meetup also organised by Central Research Lab in West London. More details
Intel IoT Enterprise Programme – Technical Workshop (March 30th)
Organised by Hardware Academy, a one-day, hands-on workshop where Intel and Microsoft walk you through the basic architecture of a commercial #iot network. More details
Hardware Pioneers (April 6th)
Talks by IBM, Microsoft and ThingWorx. More details.
‘Wiring the #iot’ is a book coming out in August written by some of our community members. Pre-order it!
It’s freezing in London so I’d like to think this newsletter is like a scone and warm cup of Earl Grey in your inbox. Esoteric I realise, but I’m recovering from the Startupbootcamp IoT Connected Devices Demo Day yesterday. So there.
Hardware Pioneers (Feb 8th)
Talks by Texas Instruments, Arrow and Leverage. More details.
Intel Entreprise Program (March 9th)
In collaboration with Hardware Academy these two workshops go through how to use the Intel IoT Platform. More details.
Open #iot definition 5 years later (June 16th)
Get your ticket now to the second edition of an event the community organise in 2012. More details.
InnovatorsRace50 (Deadline for first round in March)
CapGemini have a competition for startups in the #iot space among others. $50K equity-free funding. More details.
If you’re working with designers or a design team, Giorgio wants to know how you work! Help him build a better online tool for product teams by filling in a little survey.
Aura, an indoor air quality product is on Prefundia
We’re on our way to CES for a couple of days to review what’s going on in #iot in the US thanks to the nice people at Here but took the time to clean this site up a little for a new year.
You’ll find the menu has been cleaned up and you can see a digest of last year’s speakers. We’ll add past years over the next weeks.
We’ve also got a section on special events featuring our June 16th Open IOT Definition Review where we’ll revisit the Open IOT Definition that the community wrote in 2012.
Happy New Year everyone and hope to see you at the next meetup on January 24th!
IoT Techno Expo Global (Jan 23-24)
Conference & Exhibition covering the entire IoT ecosystem across 7 conferences; Developing for the IoT, Smart Cities, Connected Living, Industry, Services, Data & Security and more. More details.
Things Connected Open Call (deadline Jan 12th)
Up to £10,000 funding for successful proposals from UK business that use the Things Connected LoRaWAN network in London to solve set challenges. More details.
Citizen-centric technologist at Intel Urban IoT (deadline Dec 16th)
You’d work on the organicity.eu project. They’d looking for someone who is tech aware (IoT and web) and understands co-creation and citizen engagement. Email duncan dot j dot wilson at intel dot com with your linkedin profile or portfolio link.
CityCrop a startup which is part of Startupbootcamp #iot incubator is gathering feedback about people’s food and gardening habits. Help them out by filling in a little survey.
Have a great holiday season and let’s hope 2017 has some good things up its sleeve.
Well it doesn’t seem to be getting any better out there but in the world of #iot we’re all keeping calm and carrying on. We’re also turning 5 years old next Tuesday so come and celebrate with us!
Internet of Things Europe in Dublin (November 21-22nd)
300 speakers across 8 tracks. They have a startup area called “Project Kairos”. More details.
Nominet Showcase (November 24th)
The research team who have been working on #iot applications over the last 2 years are showing their work. More details.
Medical #iot (November 25th-27th)
Create a health-tech invention & win $10k investment. More details.
Hardware Pioneers (December 6th)
Guest speakers from Ubuntu, Evrythng and Anaren. More details.
Open Internet of Things Definition – Five years later (June 16th 2017)
Join Usman Haque and I to revisit the Open Internet of Things Definition the community wrote five years ago. More details.
OverTheAir (November 25&26th)
This lovely event (disclaimer: I’ll be speaking) are looking for lunch sponsors. More details.
Researcher of #iot european Communities (deadline November 30th)
Lovely research position at the London School of Economics with Alison Powell (@a_b_powell). More details.
On Kickstarter this month is local #iot pet startup Felcana.
At Startupbootcamp IoT | Connected Devices , toy startup Woogie is looking for feedback from parents of children between 6-12. Help them out.
Open Internet of Things Definition (5 years later) (June 17th 2017)
You’ll remember this event which Pachube’s founder Usman Haque and I put on in 2012. We’re revisiting the document 5 years later. Join us!
Hardware Pioneers (November 15th)
Talks by Tesco Labs, R/GA, Beecham Research and Brinc this month. More details.
RGA connected hardware accelerator (deadline November 14th)
10 startups with get support over a 12 week program of creative support and a focus on growth and traction. Theme: IoT and connected hardware. Subthemes: B2B, A.I., connected cities, and more. More details.
Hardware Pioneers: Talks by AWS and Amazon Alexa (Oct 12)
A panel discussion on best practices and tools to efficiently build IoT apps for the cloud. More details.
Big Data Week, London (Oct 27)
The theme is “Big Data in Use” – practical cases coming from finance, healthcare, retail, entertainment, IoT, travel, presented from both technical and business view.
350-400 attendees and speakers from Google, Shazam, Facebook, TripAdvisor and skyscanner. More details.
Internet of Things World Europe 2016, Dublin (Nov 21-22)
Part of a series of events including IoT World event in Santa Clara. 300 speakers across 8 conference tracks in Dublin this November. There’s a startup area you can apply to called “Project Kairos”. More details.
IoT Time Series Data event, (Oct 5)
Discover how Intellicore is using a NoSQL time series database to collect data from FIA Formula E to drive fan engagement. Best practices in data modeling, Riak TS and Apache Spark! More details.
Intellectual Property for Tech Startups: The Deep Dive (Oct 20th)
A 3h deep-dive workshop on intellectual property when applied to technology startups. In collaboration with ClearViewIP and Carpmaels & Ransford, organised by Hardware Academy. More details.
On Kickstarter this month: Ding (October 11th) and Arduino: ESLOV IoT Invention Kit (now)
September is right around the corner and there’s lots to look forward to including our next meetup on the 20th with speakers from Estimote, Museum in a box, Open Lab Newcastle and Studio Dott.
Also an opportunity to exhibit your project to government types at the second edition of our showcase hosted by City Hall on October 26th. Deadline to apply is September 15th. I’ll share some exciting news about the event’s sponsors soon too, but do consider applying, it’s a wonderful venue and we’re expecting a great crowd from the GLA’s community. So lots to prepare for over the next weeks, hope you’re ready!
Disruptive Technology Conference London (Sept 19th)
Tickets £120 for public sector or charitable organisations or £300 for private sector organisations. Email rebecca at 4allofus dot org dot uk for tickets. More details.
Run an Empire who came to showcase at the meetup have launched in the UK after a successful New Zealand launch.
Solution Architect at Data Stax
Join their consulting team in the UK. An amazing opportunity to work remotely and do a fair bit of travel as well. More details.
Electronics Engineer at Trackener
This great horse health startup is looking for someone great. More details.