Next Tuesday is our last meetup of the summer and will feature some awesome table demos from Central St Martin students thanks to Mark Simpkins. We’ll hear from Nominet, Sony and I’ll give you an update on the #iot certification mark. Hope you’ll join us! Now for what’s happening!
Hardware Pioneers (Aug 10th)
Talks by Microchip, Cypress and Koobe/Foxconn. More details.
Hardware Academy (September 9th)
Nordic Semiconductor workshop on Bluetooth 5. More details.
Thingmonk (Sept 11-13th)
A lovely conference organised by Redmonk. More details.
Intel Hacks (deadline July 28th)
Submit an #iot idea using the Arduino 101 and win up to $10K. More details.
OrganiCity (deadline Aug 31st)
Win up to €60K to co-create your digital solutions to urban challenges. More details.
The Technical Foundations of IoT
A very comprehensive 480-page text book. It’s like “How stuff works” for those wanting to understand IoT solutions from the ground up. Written by community members Boris Adryan, Paul Fremantle and Dominik Obermaier. More details.
IoT in the home codesign session (August)
Michael Kann is interested in working with designers and developers working with the IoT and related technologies, especially those developing IoT for the domestic space. The codesign session will look at the role of the IoT in the domestic space, aiming to develop products that are more suited to the home by using design tools and methods developed through his PhD at the RCA. Email him at Michael.email@example.com.