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Guildford IoT Meetup 2-FlexEye(J.Anderson­)­ Intel(A.Gluhak) Re­sin.io(L.Stoakes)­

Join us, together with our great speakers A. Gluhak(Intel), L. Stoakes (resin.io), J. Anderson (FlexEye) to know the recent trends about IoT and how close IoT is getting to our daily lives.

Sustainable Connected Cities is what Alex Gluhak is going to talk about.

Strong Devices Weakly Connected is the topic of Lorenzo Stoakes (http://signup.resin.io): Typically the internet of things is assumed to be a bunch of micro controllers performing simple tasks and possibly reporting back to a powerful server. Recent advances in hardware open an exciting new alternative to this view - powerful devices with the ability to do real work interacting with the real world as something more than a dumb observer.

Resin.io makes it easy to push code to capable devices like the Raspberry Pi without the hassle of having to configure and maintain them manually. Critically, we make it easy to deploy instant code updates to any number of such devices via a simple git push so updating your cluster becomes as simple as writing code and deploying it from wherever you happen to be in the world.

The IoT Ecosystem (Justin Anderson). The IoT has the potential to deliver $2trillion value add by 2020. To realise this, more than ever, organisations must work in partnerships with each other in value systems or ecosystems that cover multiple horizontal layers. Understanding where you fit in this ecosystem and who to partner with is key to unlocking the value and delivering valuable solutions.

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  • Michele

    Dear All, you can find here the slides from the previous two meetups. Please join our slide share channel:
    http://www.slideshare.net/MicheleNati?utm_campaign=profiletracking&utm_medium=sssite&utm_source=ssslideview

    Additionally, a report from the last meetup is present here:
    http://www.theinternetofthings.eu/michele-nati-and-dionysia-triantafyllopoulou-second-sociotal-iot-meetup-guildford

    and here:
    http://sociotal.eu/?q=node/5

    1 · May 22, 2014

  • Klaus M.

    Sorry for arriving so late, pity i missed the first speeches. Alex G had some really interesting views in his presentation. A very society and community driven, or at least influenced agenda.
    Looking forward to the next meetup, we will have Steve from the Borough Council and we have a few more people in mind, watch thiss space!

    2 · May 13, 2014

  • Michele

    Due to some minutes issues Steve talk from Guildford Borough Council has to be rescheduled for the next meet up. My apologies for the inconvenience.

    Looking forward to meet you all tonight at Keystone pub.

    May 12, 2014

  • Chris C.

    Hi, hope to add to the smart cities conversation as understand this market well. Looking forward to meeting fellow innovators. See you all on the 12th. Chris

    May 1, 2014

  • Justin A

    I had planned to come to the last one but had a big IoT event the next day at the House of Lords and so found myself too busy. However at the event we launched a new funding opportunity for £500k as part of TSB project. We are Guildford based. Take a look at http://www.eyehubiot.com/openiot-competition.html

    2 · March 28, 2014

    • Michele

      Looking forward to see you next time and to maybe contribute to one of our meet up with your work.

      March 28, 2014

  • Maria L.

    It would be very nice if you could change the place. During our last meeting, the noise around really disturbed the meeting.

    March 28, 2014

    • Michele

      Next time we will have a better Portable PA system and eventually there won't be too many people external to our meet up… the place owner committed to keep the slot for us and most of the people overall liked the idea of such informal meet up and the place, so next time we will give another try to Keystone…:-) looking forward to see you there...

      March 28, 2014

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