AWS IoT for Developers: Amazon Kinesis Video Streams with WebRTC

AWS User Groups of Florida - Fort Lauderdale
AWS User Groups of Florida - Fort Lauderdale
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Please join David Malone for a live coding session, where you will learn how to use common device hardware such as a Raspberry Pi to build end-to-end IoT applications. In this session, we will walk you through the steps necessary to provision a device as an IoT Thing, and then how to use AWS SDKs to integrate a live video feed from your device to Amazon Kinesis Video Streams. Finally, we will demonstrate how you can integrate those live video streams into your web or mobile applications.

Dave Malone is an IoT Specialist Solutions Architect at AWS and has been working with IoT customers across the eastern region of North America for the past three years. In that time, he has worked with companies that range in size from startups to globals, and across a variety of industry verticals including consumer electronics, healthcare, manufacturing, and power and utilities. Dave enjoys engaging with developers, architects, and fleet operators to help them understand how AWS IoT services enable them to build highly scalable, end-to-end IoT applications rapidly and securely.

This event is sponsored by CloudHesive. CloudHesive is an Amazon Premiere Partner and an Amazon Managed Services Partner founded in 2014 by veterans in the cloud technology space. We help our customers adapt and transform their organizations by leveraging the power of the public cloud ecosystem through consulting and next generation managed services with a focus on Operational Excellence, Security, Reliability, Performance Efficiency and Cost Optimization. We service customers in North America, South America and beyond with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, FL, and offices in Norfolk, Virginia, Santiago, Chile, and Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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