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Texas Instruments Workshop: Developing IoT Solutions with TI SimpleLink
Booking on Meetup IS NOT SUFFICIENT to secure a spot for this workshop. You must apply to participate (application link http://bit.ly/2OjaqYE). If you are selected you will receive an email confirmation after the 13th of November. This will include the link to book your ticket (a non-refundable booking fee of £15 will be charged to limit drop-outs). Read the full event details here http://bit.ly/2Dyjs46 . --- We are very excited to invite Texas Instruments in London to show our community how to build Sensor-To-Cloud applications using the TI SimpleLink™ Platform. In this session you will create low-power sensors that can connect using Bluetooth LE to smartphones/tablets for local configuration and also using Sub1GHz for long-range sensor-to-cloud connectivity. ‍ We’ll experiment with LaunchPad™ development kits and BoosterPack™ plug-in modules as well as on-line code-development resources to create real-world sensor application. We’ll also look at advanced features such as delivering over-the-air firmware updates and optimising for low-power as well as demonstrate some of the other protocols that can easily be enabled (e.g. OpenThread, ZigBee) by this highly configurable platform. --- WHAT YOU'LL LEARN - Clear understanding of TI SimpleLink™ Platform, what it offers and enables. - How to navigate TI examples and further on-line training material. - Ease of development of connectivity applications. - Ease of development of multi-band, multi-protocol connectivity applications. - Integration of real-world sensors using TI Sensors Solutions. - Rapid development using Cloud based tooling. --- WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR This workshop is for any Hardware and Embedded Software engineer who is looking for an easy-to-use prototyping platform with features and capabilities that further simplify the connectivity of things to the Internet. --- PLEASE NOTE: Knowledge of C programming language is required to attend the workshop.

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