Thursday, November 13, 2014

Building the Internet of Things with Java

Streamed live on Nov 6, 2014

It may seem hard to get started with the Internet of Things (IoT) with so many technologies, protocols, hardware platforms, … involved. In this session, Benjamin Cabé from the Eclipse Foundation will cover all you need to know to start building IoT solutions using Java and open technologies like MQTT, CoAP, OSGi, or LWM2M. A real-life application (smart greenhouse) will be used as an example and you will most likely leave the session craving for building a very similar application yourself!

Speaker: Benjamin Cabé

Benjamin Cabé is IoT evangelist at the Eclipse Foundation. He advocates the use of open and innovative technologies for the Internet of Things and likes building crazy machines with Arduino kits and all kinds of open hardware platforms. You can find him online on Twitter (@kartben) or on his blog:

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