Are you developing an IoT product or deploying IoT in your business?
Learn IoT networking – the core tech of the Internet of Things – on November at the gogoNET LIVE! Conference being held at the Plug and Play Tech Center in California.
All consumer, commercial, industrial and infrastructure IoT products and deployments do the same thing: connect sensors to apps where the physical data is acted upon. To make these connections you will need to build, buy or rent networking technology to bring it all together.
gogoNET LIVE! 5 is a two-day technical conference that guides attendees through a curated agenda designed to teach the fundamentals of IoT networking – from sensor to app. We have assembled the leading IoT experts to present:
Janusz is considered as one of the pioneers of MEMS. He cofounded nine Silicon Valley MEMS companies: Sensym (now Honeywell), ICSensors (now Elmos/MSI), NovaSensor (now General Electric), Intelligent MicroSensor Technology (now Maxim), Transparent Networks (now Intel), LVSI (now Atmel), Jyve (now Fairchild Semiconductor), BN Ventures (Strategic Consulting) and TSensors Summit.
In 2013, Janusz started TSensors (Trillion Sensors) initiative, aiming at accelerated development of new sensor types to support the Abundance, targeting elimination of major global problems in one generation.
Are you Building, Buying or Renting your IoT Network?
Probably a little of all of the above. Join us to learn IoT networking from the ground up so you can make the right technical decisions.
Ways to Attend
Apply now to attend onsite. Only 30 onsite slots are currently available so they will sell out. There is no charge to apply but attendance is not guaranteed. Onsite registration will be based on submission date and use-cases, so apply now to keep your options open.
Register now to attend online. With the Virtual Pass you get access to EVERY session via a live stream or on-demand video, to watch, pause and continue the conference on your own schedule.
An Exclusive Format Made for Learning, and Networking
Our physical event is limited to 50 participants – 20 invited experts and 30 selected attendees, who will come to present and discuss the state of the art in networking IoT and IPv6.
If you want to learn networking for the Internet of Things, there is no better way than by immersing yourself for two days of intense instruction by the leading experts in the industry. Select onsite attendees will have the opportunity to present their use-case to our experts for feedback, advice and possibly a strategy makeover.
The High-level Agenda
Over 33,000 gogoNET members are implementing IoT today. That requires more than just a passing understanding of IoT networking… that requires expertise.
Expand your expertise beyond connecting people and learn how to connect the Internet of Things so you can make the right building and buying decisions:
- IP Sensors and Actuators
- IoT Platforms
- Sensor Networks
- Application Protocols
- IoT Network Deployment
- IoT Connectivity
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