A group of 5 friends with different backgrounds teamed up to create Share spot, a company with the mission to expand an IoT network across Portugal.
Marc van Bracht, an individual with +25 years of experience working with telecommunications solutions and angel behind the open LoRaWAN coverage of Venray, Netherlands.
Travis, Paul, Louis, and Marc. Engineers, hackers, and open-source contributors. Each of them is united to achieve a common mission, building a connected world next to many other individuals.
In this session, Paul, a lover of hacking #LoRaWAN and Sigfox system shares his journey working with several software and hardware projects, and at the same time, the story behind Disk91.com a technical blog where he shares about #IoT, Infrastructure, and Hardware related topics.
In this session, Agustin shares his journey as entrepreneur founding #Ubidots, a global IoT startup with thousand of users worldwide, as well as many other experiences working next to developers in various IoT projects from different industries worldwide.
In this session, Xose shares what it's like to step out of the software world and join the hardware - the fun part of any development. We discussed about the process of creating the open-source projects, among them the two most well know in the IoT community, ESPurna, and FauxmoESP.
During this session, Xavier will be share with us about his own way of mixing classic automation with IoT technologies using RAKwireless products – RAK2245 as concentrator and WisNode Bridge Serial.
In this session, Carlos Solis shares his passion for creating connected things. He details his latest project called “The Gas Tank Cap,” a WisBlock-based system that detects every time the cap is removed to prevent gasoline and cap theft.
In this session, we will talk about Antonio Valente's experience working in the field of micro-system for agriculture during the past years. He will be sharing about the projects SAFe — Forest Alert System, and eno — Alatytics to monitor vineyards.
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