Fraunhofer FOKUS invites to the Internet of things Mash-up Day

News from July 17, 2013

On July 23, the webinos consortium will organize and provide a workshop entitled “Internet of things Mash-up Day “at the University of Oxford. Be invited to a one-day event where you can be briefed on state-of-the-art Internet of Things and Machine to Machine technologies.

webinos is an EU-funded project and affiliate program aiming to define and deliver an Open Source Platform and software components for the Future Internet in the form of web runtime extensions, to enable web applications and services to be used and shared consistently and securely over a broad spectrum of converged and connected devices, including mobile, PC, home media (TV) and in-car units. The FOKUS Competence Center Future Applications and Media – FAME  is proud to be the project leader of the large-scale EU funded webinos project.

The Internet of things Mash-up Day will be split into two halves:

Morning: A series of brief talks given by industry experts. Rapidly get up to speed with some of the most significant developments in the IOT/M2M/sensor industry.

Afternoon: webinos developers will give one-on-one consultation on deep technical issues, and for those bringing devices to the event, hands-on assistance working with and integrating the code.

Who is it relevant for: Device manufacturers and application developers.

Any device manufacturers and application developers that has an interest in working with a broad spectrum of devices and taking live data feeds from connected sensors. For example, driver and vehicle diagnostics, usage-based insurance, home automation controllers, health monitoring services, telematics black box vendors and eco-consultancies.

This event is free. You will get free implementation consultancy, meet with like minded people and be part of the expert briefing sessions. The value of the technology is ‘ecosystem benefit’. You will make your device connect with others and experience interoperability with the Apps and Services which run across the open source webinos platform.