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IoT Hessen is Frankfurt's first IoT meetup. It is open to all those who would like to take part in the development of the Internet of Things – be it as an active participant, as an observer or as a participant-observer. In regular evening events, we explore this new, exciting industry from different angles and in different formats: talks, hackathons, discussions, and more. Currently our events take place in South and North Hesse (s. sister meetup https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/IoT-Hessen-Kassel/ )

Hype, engine of economic growth, innovation driver, technical gimmick: the Internet of Things (IoT) means something different to everyone. But all of us observe the proliferation of connected, intelligent devices and everyday objects. Since Kevin Ashton coined the term "Internet of Things" in 1999, the utopia that computers, sensors and actuators automatically exchange data and control one another is rapidly becoming a reality. This is also evident in the ubiquity of terms such as Industry 4.0, M2M, Industrial Internet or Internet of Everything. More and more traditional enterprises discover the IoT as a fountain of youth for their business. At the same time the IoT has inspired innovative business ideas on which many young startups thrive.


IoT Hessen ist das erste IoT Meetup in Frankfurt. Es steht allen offen, die an der Entwicklung des Internet of Things teilhaben wollen – als Teilnehmer, Beobachter oder teilnehmende Beobachter. In regelmäßigen Abendveranstaltungen möchten wir diesen neuen, spannenden Industriezweig gemeinsam und interdisziplinär erkunden – in Form von Vorträgen, Hackathons, Diskussionsrunden und mehr. Derzeit finden unsere Events in Südhessen (v.a. Frankfurt) und Nordhessen (Kassel) statt (s. auch https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/IoT-Hessen-Kassel/ ).

Hype, Wirtschaftsmotor, Innovationstreiber, technische Spielerei: Das Internet of Things (IoT) bedeutet für jeden etwas anderes. Aber wir alle beobachten die zunehmende Verbreitung vernetzter, intelligenter Geräte und Alltagsgegenstände in unserem Umfeld. Seit Kevin Ashton den Begriff „Internet of Things“ 1999 prägte, wird aus der einstigen Utopie, dass Computer, Sensoren und Aktoren selbständig Daten austauschen und einander steuern können, Stück für Stück Realität. Auch die Konjunktur verwandter Begriffe wie Industrie 4.0, M2M oder Internet of Everything spricht dafür. So entdecken viele Traditionsunternehmen im IoT einen Jungbrunnen, während sich junge Startups zu innovativen Geschäftsideen inspirieren lassen.

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There may be trouble ahead: the future of quality in a networked world (M #40)

Be sure to tune in for this online event! I'm more than happy that Alex Schladebeck, CEO & Head of Quality at Bredex, will be joining us from Braunschweig to deliver her talk on the importance of testing in the IoT. Zoom link will be provided shortly before the event. The meetup language will be English. Talk: ***There may be trouble ahead: the future of quality in a networked world*** Testers are often the bearers of bad news. And I’m afraid I’m no exception! Our world and our projects have become much more technical. But at the same time, so much more involved in human life and activities. Software is integrated everywhere into our lives, and so human factors can no longer be separated from the technology. I see a great deal of potential risks here – not only based on my experience, but also based on observations of current technologies in the news. Are the risks manageable or avoidable? Can testers save us? Is our only hope that we address technical complexity with more technology? Does that mean developers are the new testers? In this talk, I’ll look at the our interesting (and scary!) future through the eyes of a tester. We’ll look into the crystal ball and use current examples to make some predictions about the quality of tomorrow. About the speaker: Alex is a passionate tester whose favourite topics are quality, agility and humans. She is CEO and Head of Quality at Bredex GmbH. In these roles, she supports colleagues, customers and teams on their journey to better quality - be it in products, in processes or in their communication. In previous roles, she was responsible for enabling teams and growing quality. Now she enables others to do that work, and works on nurturing a system in the company where everyone can flourish. Alex views the world through the curious eyes of a tester and loves learning new things. She shares her knowledge and experience in workshops, coaching sessions and as a speaker or keynote speaker at conferences.

The Development Cycle for Smart IoT Apps: Interactive Walkthrough (Mtp. #41)

How do you develop custom apps for the IoT edge? And how do you test, deploy and monitor these apps on hundreds of connected IoT devices? We provide a live tour through the Record Evolution Platform for device management and IoT data analytics to show how you can efficiently create apps for IoT edge devices. Join us to find out how to develop your data collector apps or machine learning models using the platform. To give you an overview of the challenges of IoT app development, we will create a small app live as part of the interactive talk. We will also demonstrate how to easily work with industrial PLCs using the Apache PLC4X framework together with the Record Evolution Platform. During the talk, we will work with a live device swarm. If you own a Raspberry Pi and a fresh SD card, you are welcome to join the swarm with your own device. You can follow the steps in the presentation to create and deploy apps on your device. It’s easy and fun! About the speaker: Marko, Founder and CEO of Record Evolution (https://www.record-evolution.de/), has worked on numerous projects in data engineering, data science and cloud architectures in various industrial sectors. His vision is the combination of advanced analytics and custom machine learning with scalable IoT solutions. *Please note that this meetup will be hosted via Zoom.*

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