• Fog World Congress, Oct 1-3
    *** PLEASE register the event from the event page *** This event is not organized by IoTD. We are just collaborating by promoting the event. Here’s your 20% discount to attend Fog World Congress, Oct 1-3 at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport The coordinators of Fog World Congress 2018 are extending a 20% discount off registration to attend an exciting conference that brings together industry leaders, technologists, and researchers from around the world to discuss, explore and share technologies, challenges, industry deployments and opportunities in fog computing and networking. Register at https://www.fogcongress.com and use the discount code: MU3 Conference topics focus on fog and edge computing and impact on IoT, 5G, AI. 400 attendees, 60 presenters, exhibits, use cases, panel sessions. Among the keynotes, Steve Wozniak will deliver a fireside chat and audience Q&A. Also, autonomous mapping robots will be traversing and mapping the venue floor in real-time to show fog in action. *Interested in just attending the exhibit hall? Register here https://www.tmcnet.com/scripts/events/registration.aspx?theplan=FOG1018-D Thank you, OpenFog Consortium/Fog World Congress

    Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport

    1333 Old Bayshore Highway · Burlingame

  • AT&T Entertainment Hackathon - Bay Area, July 27-28
    *** PLEASE register the event from the event page *** This event is not organized by IoTD. We are just collaborating by promoting the event. Register for this event on Eventbrite: https://atthacksf.eventbrite.com/?aff=pr Are you interested in entertainment and love to code? Do you have an idea for an app that will disrupt the way we experience, consume or create content? Then join us on July 27 - 28 for a special Entertainment-themed hackathon produced by the AT&T Developer Program. This event will bring together developers, designers, and creators to hack innovative and disruptive entertainment solutions. You bring the innovative ideas and designs and we'll bring the tech to help you transform them into apps in just 24 hours. You Bring... Your laptop, skills & ideas. Come with a collaborative, team-focused mindset and/or team-up in advance on Twitter/Facebook/Google+ via the #ATTHACK hashtag. Whether you are a backend person, designer, entrepreneur, student, or just interested in tech, you are invited to attend this event. Every group needs a good balance of talent and your development skills are needed! Prizes The hackathon prizes are experiential and geared towards accelerating you towards a successful business as well as expanding your network and industry knowledge. There will be prizes in the following categories: - Best Overall Entertainment App - Best Next Generation Advertising or 2nd Screen Solution - Best Video or Game Solution Event Info When: Friday, July 27, 2018 at 5:00 PM - Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 9:00 PM Location: Hacker Dojo, 3350 Thomas Road, Suite 150, Santa Clara, CA 95054 Cost: Free! Register: https://atthacksf.eventbrite.com/?aff=pr

    Hacker Dojo

    3350 Thomas Rd · Santa Clara, CA

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  • Linux-based IoT: from prototype to production
    Details We will discuss some of the considerations engineers should consider when designing a Linux-based connected device. These devices are increasingly common in the Internet of Things. We will discuss hardware, software, security, and how to bring it all together. We will present a demo solution using a Raspberry Pi device and provide a build environment and instructions for attendees to use on their own hardware. Speaker: Drew Moseley is currently part of the Mender.io open source project to deploy OTA software updates to embedded Linux devices. He has worked on embedded projects such as RAID storage controllers, Direct and Network attached storage devices and graphical pagers. He has spent the last 7 years working in Operating System Professional Services helping customers develop production embedded Linux systems. He has spent his career in embedded software and developer tools and has focused on Embedded Linux and Yocto for about 10 years. He is currently a Customer Engineer at Northern.tech (the company behind the OSS project Mender.io), helping customers develop safer, more secure connected devices. Drew has spoken at various conferences, including Embedded Linux Conference, Embedded Systems Conference, All Systems Go, and various other technology conferences. He worked previously as a Technical Project Manager and Professional Services Engineer for Mentor Graphics. Previous to that, he has worked with Red Hat, Intel, and Monta Vista Software. He was raised in Tampa, Florida and attended the University of Florida.

    Cavium

    2315 N 1st St · San Jose, CA

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  • Internet of Things World
    ***PLEASE register the conference from the event page. This conference is not organized by IoTD. We are just collaborating by promoting the event. *Book with code IOTD20 for 20% off your pass. Prices go up April 20th. * Internet of Things World (https://tmt.knect365.com/iot-world/) is the world’s largest and most comprehensive IoT event, taking place in the heart of Silicon Valley. Celebrating its 5th anniversary, this year’s event will welcome 12,000+ attendees, 450+ speakers, and 300+ exhibitors. With a focus on IoT in action, Internet of Things World provides a unique place to network and learn with the growing IoT community, and delivers business-critical information to help you achieve ROI & real-world results from IoT. The conference agenda covers strategic and technical content from every sector, including manufacturing & supply chain, smart cities, energy & utilities, connected cars, smart home, healthcare, smart buildings & construction, plus much more. New for 2018, there will be an exclusive two-day, two-track Developers’ Conference for developers, hardware engineers and architects working on IoT solutions. In addition to conference passes, the event offers free expo only passes to browse the expo hall with access to selected stages and opportunities to meet new suppliers. Check out more information here: Download event guide (https://goo.gl/y9Rzvr) Purchase your conference pass (https://goo.gl/EaS7Gq) Register for your free expo only pass (https://goo.gl/1mvye9) Speaker Highlights Include: Ron Guerrier, CIO, Farmers Insurance JoAnna Sohovich, CEO, Chamberlain Russ Benson, VP of IT Product Systems, Boeing Juan Perez, Chief Information and Engineering Officer, UPS Meg Goldthwaite, Chief Marketing Officer, NPR Walter Copan, Under Secretary of Commerce for Standards and Technology and NIST Director, NIST Claire Curry, Head of Emerging Technology Analysis, Bloomberg New Energy Finance Mirko Senatore, Director Network Solutions & Excellence, EMEA, Pfizer Jen Bennett, Technical Director, Office of the CTO, Google Cloud Herve Letourneur, Vice President Product, August Home

    Santa Clara Convention Center

    5001 Great America Pkwy · Santa Clara, CA

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  • FREE WORKSHOPS ON VR AND 360 VIDEO
    On April 17 & 18 AT&T will be hosting these FREE three-hour workshops in San Francisco. These workshops are suitable for everyone, regardless of previous experience or current level of subject knowledge. You can register either 17th or 18th sessions, the have identical content. “Humans and Virtual Reality” by Jason Jerald , author of the best seller "The VR Book" and the world's leading VR expert on human-centered design REGISTER HERE: https://vr-2-sf-2018.eventbrite.com/?aff=musiot Designing for virtual reality is an incredibly complex challenge. When done well, these experiences can be brilliant and pleasurable, but when done badly, they can result in frustration and sickness. In this free 3-hour workshop Jason Jerald, author of "The VR Book: Human-Centered Design for Virtual Reality,” through a combination of use cases, demonstrations, and conversation will show how users perceive and intuitively interact with various forms of reality, discuss the causes of VR sickness, and demonstrate how to employ useful and pleasing content to create an immersive experience. When you leave the workshop, you will understand virtual reality from the human experience perspective, allowing you to better create-or simply appreciate-powerful VR applications, whether for entertainment, education, science, healthcare, or the myriad of other uses of this new and exciting technology. This workshop is for everyone, whether a developer, content creator, filmmaker, or simply someone interested in knowing more about VR. No prior knowledge is required. --------------------- “Shooting 360 Video: A Step-by-step Demonstration” by Michael Wohl , author of “The 360° Video Handbook” and Co-Founder of Talkingstick Productions REGISTER HERE: https://360-2-sf-2018.eventbrite.com/?aff=musiot This workshop uses lecture, live filming demonstrations, and hands-on labs to cover: • Why 360? • What equipment do you need? • How does producing video in 360 differ from traditional video? • What are the steps and challenges of planning and filming a 360 video • How is post production different from standard video? • How do you distribute a 360 video? In these free 3-hour workshops, Michael Wohl, author of “The 360° Video Handbook” and Co-Founder of Talkingstick Productions, demonstrates the creation of a 360 video by stepping through pre-production, production, post, and distribution. When you leave the workshop, you will have a working knowledge of 360 video production and the skills to go out and start producing your own experiences. This workshop is for everyone, whether a content creator, filmmaker, developer, or simply someone interested in knowing more about VR. No prior knowledge is required. --------------------- Where: Galvanize San Francisco - SoMa 44 Tehama St San Francisco, CA When (repeat sessions): 4/17: 1 – 4 p.m. “Shooting 360 Video” 4/17: 6 – 9 p.m. “Humans & Virtual Reality” 4/18: 1 – 4 p.m. “Humans & Virtual Reality” 4/18: 6 – 9 p.m. “Shooting 360 Video”

    Galvanize San Francisco - Soma

    44 Tehama Street · San Francisco, CA

  • AI NEXTCon Silicon Valley 2018
    ***PLEASE register the conference from the event page. This conference is not organized by IoTD.We are just collaborating by promoting the event. The 5th NEXTCon: AI NEXTCon Silicon Valley 4/10-13th, 2018 Register before 3/10 to save 30% off. $100 extra discount for IoTD meetup members, use code: IOTD100 Join us at the 5th AI NEXTCon, the leading technology conference for AI hosted around the world. AI NEXTCon brings together top technical engineers, practitioners, influential technologists and data scientists to share solutions and practical experiences in machine/deep learning, computer vision, speech recognition and NLP. Here are just a few of the reasons why you cannot miss this must-attend event: * Speakers: 50+ speakers from companies like Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Uber, Airbnb, Linkedin, Pinterest, Nvidia, Intel, etc... * Topics: 50+ topics and practical experiences in Computer Vision, Speech, NLP, neuro network, Machine learning, deep learning and data science etc.. we also add special tracks on Blockchain. * Networking: Connect with 1000+ tech engineers, developers, learn from peers, small-group discussion, 1:1 with speakers, happy hours, networking event. * AI Night: VIP dinner reception with speakers, distinguished guests, AI night. * Hands-on Workshop: instructor-led hands workshop on Tensorflow, MxNET, Keras, reinforcement learning. * AI tech job fair: almost all speakers and sponsors team are hiring machine learning engineer, data scientists, we will host the job fair and come to talk to the tech leads and hiring managers. The conference features a blend of hands-on workshops, inspirational keynotes, deep dive tech talks, and networking opportunity with like minded colleagues. it's 4 days conference with 6 keynotes, 50+ tech lead speakers, 50+ tech talks, and 6 workshop/code labs. The NEXTCon has became one of premium tech events for tech engineers, and has attracted more than 500 tech speakers, more than 5000 tech engineers attending and more than 30 sponsors (like Microsoft, Amazon, Uber, Oracle, eBay, AI2, IBM, Zillow, Huawei, Alibaba, OfferUp, DiDi, etc..). Date: April 12-13th, 2018, 9:00am-5:30pm (April 10-11th are pre-conference workshop/trainings) Venue: Santa Clara Convention Center Audience: software engineers, developers, data scientists, machine learning engineers, etc.. Website : http://aisv18.xnextcon.com Confirmed speakers (short list): Jeff Dean, Senior Fellow, Google Jure Leskovec, Chief Scientist, Pinterest Rajat Monga, Engineering director, Google Brain Chris Moody, Manager of AI, Stitch Fix Joe Xie, Tech Lead, Twitter Sunil Mallya, Senior engineer, AWS Deep Learning Manohar Paluri, Senior research scientist, Facebook Yuandong Tian, Research Scientist and Manger, Facebook Martin Gorner, Engineer, Google Jeremy Hermann, Head of Machine Learning, Uber Sarah Aerni, Director of Einstein, Salesforce Romer Rosales, Director of AI, LinkedIn Nikhil Dandekar, Engineering Manager, Quora Avneesh Saluja, Research

    Santa Clara Convention Center

    5001 Great America Pkwy · Santa Clara, CA

  • IoTBuild US 2018
    IoTBuild US (https://internetofbusiness.com/events/iotbuild-usa/), taking place March 27 & 28, 2018 in San Francisco, focuses on the growing and complicated horizontal IoT platform discussion, and addresses the very real fact that, how to ‘do/build IoT’ is still a challenge for enterprises. The two-track agenda presents key lessons in IoT platform choice, business buy-in, edge computing, overcoming the lack of standardization, and answers questions over security and diverse connectivity options…blockchain and more. The 400+ audience of CIOs, CTOs, Engineering, Architecture and Development teams, walk away with solutions to the challenges preventing them deploying and integrating IoT software and hardware, as quickly as competitive markets demand. With leading Association Partners, including the OCF, EdgeX Foundry, Hyperledger and more, all sharing crucial insights, the event is not to be missed. Check out more information! Sample Attendee list (as of 1/17)- https://goo.gl/2LuTCV IoTBuild agenda (as of 1/17)- https://goo.gl/uq6PSz Click here to register! (https://internetofbusiness.com/events/iotbuild-usa/register/) ***PLEASE register the conference from the event page. This conference is not organized by IoTD. We are just collaborating by promoting the event.

    Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport

    1333 Old Bayshore Highway · Burlingame

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  • DeveloperWeek 2018
    ***PLEASE register the conference from the event page. This conference is not organized by IoTD. We are just collaborating by promoting the event. The DeveloperWeek team has offered our group 100 free OPEN Passes and discounted PRO Passes to DeveloperWeek 2018 (http://www.developerweek.com/) so our members can attend the event. DeveloperWeek 2018 (Feb. 3-7, SF Bay Area), is the nation’s largest developer festival with 8,000+ participants. DeveloperWeek includes 200+ DevTech sessions across Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, JavaScript, Microservices, Serverless Dev, and more. It also features 90+ innovators exhibiting at the DeveloperWeek Expo. You must register by 11:59 pm on December 31 (or before we run out) to get your free OPEN Pass or SAVE $300 on your PRO Pass. To register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developerweek-2018-tickets-36162005532?discount=MU893&utm_campaign=MU893&utm_source=Meetup&utm_medium=post Promotional code MU893, with a $300 discount, will automatically be applied to your order making your OPEN Pass completely free -- or use the discount towards an all-access PRO Pass. Your OPEN Pass will give you access to all OPEN sessions, keynotes, the Expo floor, and Mentor Mixers. If you use your $300 discount towards a PRO Pass, you will get unlimited access to all of DeveloperWeek 2018, including: all 10 conferences (JavaScript Conference, Serverless Dev Conference, Blockchain Dev Conference, API & Microservices Conference + 6 more); the Technical Workshop day; and the VIP Party. To get your free OPEN Pass or discounted PRO Pass you must register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/developerweek-2018-tickets-36162005532?discount=MU893&utm_campaign=MU893&utm_source=Meetup&utm_medium=post by 11:59 pm on December 31 (or before we run out).

    Oakland Convention Center

    550 10th Street · Oakland

  • MBE, IoT and Automation in Smart Manufacturing
    ***PLEASE register from the event page. This event is not organized by IoTD. We are just collaborating by promoting the event. TIME: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm with networking reception from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AGENDA: http://www.omg.org/events/ca-17/special-events/Manufacturing-agenda-for-website.pdf FEE: $99 includes refreshment breaks, lunch and evening networking reception REG: Required. Register here: http://www.omg.org/meetings/ca-2017/index3.cgi?noid=yes Co-hosted by Object Management Group and the Industrial Internet Consortium, this Information Day on “Model-Based Engineering, Automation and IoT in Smart Manufacturing" will focus on the requirements for standards that Industrie 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing strategies bring to the data infrastructure as manufacturing transforms from building complex products to complete systems. The added complexity will increasingly require the use of Model-Based Engineering (MBE) methods and technologies to design, build and manage the interconnected systems. The specification of IT standards and the development of MBE tools and methodologies is a kind of pre-competitive grease to support manufacturing collaboration and coopetition. More information here: http://www.omg.org/events/ca-17/special-events/Manufacturing-Day.htm

    Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport

    1333 Old Bayshore Highway · Burlingame