UPCOMING MEETUP

In this section you will find a list of our speakers, year by year. Explore and enjoy!

UPCOMING MEETUP:

113: July 27th 2021 | Sign up in advance via Zoom

Join us on Tuesday July 27th for the 113th #iotlondon meetup from 7pm BST, featuring 3 speakers who are making the internet of things a reality followed by Q&A and interactive breakouts allowing you to meet and connect with the #iotlondon community. Speakers:

  • Alison Lowndes, AI DevRel, NVIDIA – “Taking AI off-Earth”
    • Artificial Intelligence is impacting all areas of society, from healthcare and transportation to smart cities and energy. This talk will introduce the latest hardware and software at the heart of accelerated computing, focusing on embedded smart applications both terrestrial and off-Earth, with insights into how & why academia, enterprise and startups are deploying more & more “Jetsons in Space”. If you’re not familiar with NVIDIA GPUs, take an online class: www.nvidia.co.uk/dli
  • Matthew Handley, Product Manager – Transport, Consumer IoT, Vodafone – “Getting consumer IoT products to Market”
    • In his talk, Matt will share the challenges of building and testing consumer IoT products ahead of launching on the market. He will discuss the processes you need to have in place to effectively test your designs and ensure you have the correct feedback mechanisms in place to quickly iterate and improve your product.
  • Surender Sampath, Software Engineer, AND Technology Research Ltd. – “SOTB revolutionising energy related product development”
    • SOTB (Silicon on Thin Buried Oxide) is an extremely lower power technology developed by Renesas and introduced in their latest range of MCU’s. This self-powering technology is just the start of an innovative suite of sustainable energy technology to come from them. AND Technology Research used it’s revolutionary c2 product development platform to build a Battery-less SOTB demonstrator in partnership with Renesas. It operates on energy harvesting control circuitry enabling the system to be completely batteryless A Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Module is used to send data collected from the sensors to a phone and features a photovoltaic cell used to harvest energy from ambient light even indoors.

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