IoT Builders webinar series – 2016 recap!

Amrisha Prashar

Amrisha Prashar

on 9 December 2016

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With it nearing the end of the year we thought we’d take this opportunity to recap on all the ‘IoT builders’ webinar series we’ve hosted in 2016. The series looks at those making a difference in the world of IoT today, sharing their stories, insights and practical advice! Check out the list below:


Introduction to Ubuntu Core, an Ubuntu for IoT
Speaker: Manik Taneja (Product Manager for Ubuntu Core)


Why the world’s largest digital signage networks use Linux
Dave Haynes (Sixteen:Nine) and Jody Smith (BroadSign)


The Making of the Nextcloud Box: Building a consumer device in just a few months
Frank Karlitschek, Founder of Nextcloud


Industry 4.0 & IoT: the convergence of information and operational technology
Jimmy Garcia-Meza co-founder and CEO of CloudPlugs


Digital Signage meets IoT: Data-triggered content and 4G base stations
Sixteen:Nine editor Dave Haynes


Digital Signage Meets IoT: building success with a Raspberry Pi!
Sixteen:Nine editor Dave Haynes and Viktor Petersson, CEO of Screenly


And don’t miss our webinar happening on Tuesday 13th December, ‘2017 – what’s in store for IoT’ at 5pm (GMT) here. If you miss it, you can still watch it on the same link after!

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