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.
WisBlock is build up on a WisBase, a platform carrier that allows easy plug-in of 1 WisCore processing board, 1 WisIO interface board and up to 4 WisSensor boards. WisBase is providing the power supply, battery and solar panel supplies and charging block. In addition, it has connectors for programming and debugging.
In this session, Travis shares his journey working with various hardware projects, and at the same time, how he has been empowering focused technology communities worldwide over the last few years.
Modular IoT hardware is the new and exciting way to create devices for any industry, something RAKwireless has already provided to its community of RAKStars.
A brief take on all aspects of a public transit network and how IoT helps the development monitoring and maintenance of it all be easier and more beneficial.
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.
While the WisBlock Core RAK4631 is built on the low power Nordic nRF52840 MCU and the low power LoRa® transceiver Semtech SX1262, having both of them active all the time is not ideal for battery-supplied solutions.
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.
All great ideas come from a basic problem that no one has solved yet. Think about humanity's milestones, like electricity, clean water to be consumed, airplanes, and art masterpieces.
Let your office space work for you! Look at it as an investment, and not simply a piece of real estate. It has the potential to be so much more.
In this session, we will discuss Alejandro's, and Oscar's, experience working with Electronics projects using LoRa, and how they have created local communities to promote the use of technology in their cities.