RIoT is crafting our popular Developer Day event into a virtual month-long event series! Join us every Wednesday, 9am-1pm EST, during the month of September for FREE half day interactive workshops, networking and a chance to win exciting prizes.
*Registrants who attend all five sessions will be eligible for a chance to win a TCL 43 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart Roku LED TV in addition to other awesome giveaways!
9:00-9:30am – Wake Tech Community College: Virtual Tour of the Wake Tech RTP Campus
Join Dr. Keith Babuszczak, Provost of Computer Technologies at Wake Tech, for a virtual tour of their cutting-edge IT facilities at the RTP Campus (including Cybersecurity and Cloud Infrastructure labs) and a sneak peak at what’s planned for their second building on the campus.
9:30-10:30am – Arrow Electronics
As IoT Technologies mature, various wireless technologies have emerged as clear leaders enabling the next generation IoT platforms. Suppliers of technologies such as Bluetooth Low Energy, LoRa and LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi and LTE Cellular all have responded by releasing next generation Semiconductors, Modules and Modems that will successfully enable the next wave of faster, better and cheaper IoT solutions. Join to explore the latest hardware products that have emerged and how to successfully integrate them into your next generation IoT products.
10:30-11:30am – Aurora Group & PUI Audio, Inc.: Design Considerations for Selecting Audio Devices
Hey [Virtual Assistant], what is the temperature outside? The current trend is to use voice activation or audible signals as a touch-free human interface for equipment and devices. As there are many options to choose from, join this session to discuss design considerations and architecture for speakers and microphones in typical applications.
11:30am-12:30pm – DNA Group: Sensors for the IoT – A cost-effective strategy for the absolute edge of the internet
Join industry veteran and DNA Group Solutions Manager, Tim Sweet, to discuss sensor trends and strategies. Measuring/sensing the boundary between the digital world and the real world is the role of the sensor. And not just one sensor, but typically multiple sensors within a single device. Combinations and packages abound and often these off-the-shelf devices do not meet your needs cost effectively. Tim will showcase current sensor trends and explore when and how to transition to a custom sensor device.
12:30-1:00pm – Networking
*REGISTRANTS WHO ATTEND WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN A SET OF SLEEP HEADPHONES WITH BLUETOOTH 5.0 WIRELESS 3D EYE MASK!
9:00-9:30am – CODE THE DREAM, presented by GOOGLE FIBER
Code the Dream’s win-win model of giving experience while giving back has resulted in some incredible projects. Join us for an interactive conversation with CTD’s senior staff and board, and get a sneak peek at some of the recent innovative apps for social impact created by CTD developers addressing COVID-related food insecurity, clinical trials and more. Also hear exclusive behind-the-scenes backstories on the creative process behind our projects, and how partners like Google Fiber help CTD grow an experienced team of diverse developers. Don’t miss this chance to meet the CTD community! Featuring Daisy Magnus-Aritey, Andrea Hernandez Guzman, Crystal Williams-Brown, and Lori Fernald Khamala.
9:30-10:30am – SAS: Machine Learning Models and Streaming Analytics on the Edge and in the Cloud
Machine learning provides powerful techniques including computer vision, device monitoring, vibration analysis, and many others to predict when machines will break or for object detection for improving business outcomes. Join SAS team members Steve Sparano, Principal Product Manager for IoT, and Tom Tuning, IoT Solution Architect to learn how some of these techniques can be applied on the edge or in the cloud using streaming analytics from Python and open source so you can improve the bottom line.
10:30-11:30am – Klarrio: AL on IoT, Incremental Online Learning
IoT affords exciting opportunities to capture and process data with very low latencies—especially useful for use cases where adaptation and immediacy are required, e.g., health monitoring; industrial equipment monitoring and control; cyber-threat detection; or highly personalized intelligent home automation. Conventional batch-oriented machine learning remains useful in streaming, but emerging incremental techniques address use cases where the batch approach is insufficient. Join Ted Morris of Klarrio US to talk about these new streaming use cases, and learn foundation concepts for planning and implementing incremental learning solutions. Background in basic streaming data concepts and in Python highly recommended, although not required.
11:30am-12:30pm- TagoIO: Getting Smarter, Deploying and Delivering IoT Faster
The benefits of intelligent applications based on IoT have been touted for years, but actually reaping the benefits they provide is still more of an exception than a norm. That is changing for the better now due to a new solution devised by TagoIO, a software company from Raleigh. They have partnered with several innovative network providers tailored for IoT and also with the best device manufacturers around the globe to complement its cloud platform optimized for IoT applications and beyond. Join TagoIO’s CEO, Fabio Rosa, in a presentation about how smart applications can be built and deployed for 1 or 1,000 users in no time.
12:30-1:00pm – Networking
*REGISTRANTS WHO ATTEND WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN A WATER-RESISTANT, ANTI-THEFT TRAVEL BACKPACK WITH USB CHARGING PORT!
9:00-9:30am – NC Business Council: Sustainability = Scalability
Sustainability-focused companies financially outperform their peers in almost every industry by an average of 15%. Global enterprises are implementing sustainable business practices not only because it’s the right thing to do, but because they can lower costs, reduce risk, and foster innovation. So how can average companies have the same success? Join Vicki Lee Parker-High, Executive Director of the North Carolina Business Council, for a workshop that gives a clear view of what sustainable business practices can accomplish for customer loyalty, employee increased productivity, efficiency in processes, and more. You’ll get tools to start putting an effective strategy into practice.
9:30-10:30am – Spanalytics: What to look for in your Bluetooth traffic
Have you ever wondered what goes over the air between Bluetooth devices? Did you know that by looking at wireless traffic (not just TCP/IP or Internet traffic), you can spot security issues you might not otherwise see? Join Mark Nichols, President and Founder of Spanalytics and Bluetooth security expert, for an overview of how Bluetooth works, how security should work vs. some advertised vulnerabilities, and how to see all this with both commercial and open-source tools.
10:30-11:30am – Charlotte IoT: After It’s Live: Monitoring and Alerting of Production Issues
From 3rd party vendors to systems and software, there are ample opportunities for outages in production, even for the best-written code. Join this session and learn from seasoned Staff Site Reliability Engineer Jeremy Proffitt, one of the co-organizers of Charlotte IoT, who is responsible for monitoring a multi-billion dollar dot com and is credited with Millions in revenue impact savings. Jeremy will discuss modern techniques to monitor not only your code, but hardware, services, and even vendors. Jeremy will introduce you to open source and commercial tools, their use cases, implementations, and the culture of resolving production impacting issues.
11:30am-12:30pm – Cisco: Security IoT and our Critical Infrastructure
IoT and Digitization continues to bring many opportunities for data collection and insights that offer many benefits. However, as we connect more critical assets we must understand the associated risk and how best to protect our data and assets. Join this session to hear about strategies to securely adopt IoT and the connectivity of our most critical infrastructure.
12:30-1:00pm – Networking
*REGISTRANTS WHO ATTEND WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN A HERCULES TUFF CHARGING STATION!
9:00-9:30am – Wireless Research Center
Hear exciting updates from RIoT’s parent organization, the Wireless Research Center!
9:30-10:30am – Instantiations: Faster & More Efficient: JITs for IoT
When using higher-level languages like Python or Java, Just-In-Time (JIT) compilers can significantly improve code execution performance. Join to learn more about how JITs work, which ones are available, and see a demo of how the JIT design for the VAST Platform is uniquely suited to IoT and Edge Computing. Presented by Seth Berman, President & CEO and Alexander Mitin, Senior Software Engineer, Instantiations Inc.
10:30-11:30am – Instantiations: Improve Debugging for IoT
Fixing bugs is a certainty in software development. With various development/deployment platforms and different physical locations added to the mix, it can get quite difficult. Join to review various approaches to debugging with cross-platform development, and see how the VAST Platform can improve the process further. Presented by Mariano Martinez Peck, Senior Software Engineer, Instantiations Inc.
11:30am-12:30pm – Hardshare: How to build IoT Products and Services from a coffee shop
Learn how to start a hardware company without buying any hardware. It sounds crazy, but in this session, you will see you how you can build the foundations of an IoT Business with nothing more than a laptop and a latte by creating the infrastructure for a LoRAWAN sensor network. You’ll walk away with everything you need to replicate what’s done on stage so you can create the next IoT insight service.
12:30-1:00pm – Networking
*REGISTRANTS WHO ATTEND WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN A MRCOOL BEDSIDE LAMP WITH BLUETOOTH SPEAKER, DIMMABLE TABLE LAMP & COLOR CHANGING LED SPEAKER!
9:00-9:30am – Advanced Mobility Collective
Hear exciting updates from RIoT’s sister organization, the Advanced Mobility Collective!
9:30-11:00am – Semtech: Connect Your IoT Solution with LoRa Technology
Receive an in-depth technical overview of LoRa and LoRaWAN(r), hear about real-life use cases, and dive into the technical aspects of the LoRa long-range, long battery life technology. Detailed overview of LoRaWAN network architecture and security. Learn how to deploy devices on a LoRaWAN network, how to access existing LoRaWANs and how to deploy your own private LoRaWAN network. Presented by Brad Lane, Senior LoRa Field Applications Engineer at Semtech.
11:00am-12:30pm – Microchip: IoT Sensor Design Workshop with Microchip’s LoRa-enabled SAM R34 Sensor Evaluation Board
Learn how to implement an ultra-low power LoRa connected sensor design using the SAMR34 SiP. This session will cover the SAMR34 key features and include a demonstration using Atmel Studio Integrated Development Environment to create a LoRa project for the SAMR34 development board. Learn how to get your SAMR34 sensor connected to the cloud using LoRaWAN. This session will show how to securely configure a SAMR34 sensor evaluation board to send data to an account on THE THINGS Network and set-up dashboard integrations with an IoT Cloud platforms. Led by James Schaffer and Mike Marks, Field Application Engineers at Microchip.
12:30-1:00pm – Networking
*REGISTRANTS WHO ATTEND WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO WIN AN AMAZON FIRE STICK!