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Software plays a key and ever expanding role in the development of products and applications across the wireless sector. Within this, open source is playing an increasingly important role by allowing the sector to concentrate on differentiating technology and by driving in innovation from outside the traditional supply chains through collaborative ecosystems. The Software & Open Source SIG considers issues across the software development life cycle from project initiation and requirements capture through to deployment, user support and community management.
Software and Open Source SIG Event ‘The Challenge of Things’
Whether it is 5 billion or 50 billion connected devices, the “Internet of Things” is set to transform the way that we live. Covering the hot topic of the moment, this half day event will explore the true promise of the Internet of Things and how this is reliant on the successful mining, processing and management of what will be vast amounts of data produced by these connected devices. Confirmed speakers include: Pat Walshe, Director of Privacy at GSMA and Nick Hunn of WiFore Consulting.
This stimulating event will look at the IoT in depth by focusing on real use cases and exploring the numerous benefits that the IoT can bring to the table. Speakers will also address how we can usefully obtain information out of what could be a data deluge and how “big data” is already being exploited in the current internet.
Confirmed speakers at this popular SIG event include:
The Software and Open Source SIG is championed by Phillip Burr of Mentor Graphics, David Roberts of Ogma Solutions and Kevin Rolph of MediaTek.
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This event is FREE to members of Cambridge Wireless. Tickets for non-members are £155 +VAT. To join Cambridge Wireless as a member and attend future events for free, please visit: www.cambridgewireless.co.uk/sign-up