Internet of Things DC - April Meetup

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Join us Monday April 20 for the next installment of Internet of Things DC! We'll hear about the Intel Edison line of boards for building IoT applications, plus hear from three DC-area IoT startups who are bringing connected device products to market.

Topics and Speakers

Intel Edison for Building IoT Applications - Clarence Chio

Intel's release of the Edison has put more power into microcontroller development boards than ever before. How do the Intel boards compare with other boards on the market? What does it take to prototype an IoT project? You'll get an intro to all these and more. In addition, you'll get an intro to Chain-Check, one of the winning projects from Intel's IoT Hackathon in Mountain View, California last September, performing machine learning algorithms on the boards to predict when your bicycle will need a tuneup.

Clarence Chio is a software engineer who travels the country as an Intel community speaker. He has a BS and MS in Computer Science from Stanford, focusing in Information Analytics and Artificial Intelligence.

Ottomate - Ameer Sami

Ottomate (http://www.ottomate.co/) is an intuitive home automation system that learns your habits, controls electricity, and lowers your electric bills.

Smarter Socket - Emmanuel Azih & Chris Ramsey

Smarter Socket (http://www.smartersocket.com/) is an electrical wall outlet designed with a built-in iBeacon for proximity detection. It can be used for indoor location tracking, proximity based messaging, power consumption monitors, and presence sensors.

Aquanta - Matt Carlson & Arnoud van Houten

Aquanta (http://sunnovations.com/) is cool technology for hot water. It's a networked water heater controller that easily installs on your existing water heater and lets you monitor and control hot water energy use from your smart device or home networking platform.

Agenda

6:00 Doors open for networking, food & bev

6:45 Introductions

7:00 Presentations

8:30 Networking & adjourn

Why Should You Attend?

Be a part of the growing Internet of Things DC community and learn what's happening in the rapidly evolving world of the Internet of Things (http://www.iotdc.org/whatisiot.html). Hear about innovative new products, technologies, use cases, open source hardware and software, design thinking, and business models. Network with professionals and companies who are working on connected device products, software applications and hardware, and data collection and analytics. Who knows - maybe you'll meet a future collaborator, co-founder, or investor for your next startup!

Getting Here

The meetup will be held at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP on Pennsylvania Avenue, near the White House and GWU, and a couple blocks from the Farragut West and Farragut North metro stops. Best way to get here is via Metro:

• Orange line -- Farragut West
• Red line -- Farragut North

If coming by car, there are nearby parking garages that stay open until at least 9pm. If you park in a garage, check the hours of operation carefully because some close at 7pm.

1730 Pennsylvania Ave NW
*** ENTRANCE at 1730 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20006
Hours of operation: 7am-9pm <-- closes at 9pm
Max height: 6 ft. 6 in.
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/n2MFd

1701 Pennsylvania Ave NW - Lot 565
*** ENTRANCE AT[masked]th St NW
Washington, DC 20006
Hours of operation: 6:30am - 11pm <-- closes at 11pm
Max height: 6 ft. 0 in.
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/iioYX

Colonial Parking - 1800 G St NW - Lot 91
*** ENTRANCE AT[masked]th St NW
Washington, DC 20006
Hours of operation: 6am - 10pm <-- closes at 10pm
Max height: 6 ft. 3 in.
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/sD9xF

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A big thanks to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP for sponsoring the venue, food and beverages and for being a corporate sponsor of Internet of Things DC!