CWIC 2022 - Moe Sani, Dyson

Connected Development of Connected Devices

Connectivity is increasingly becoming a vital part of new devices, but the prototyping and development process for these products might involve some challenges.

Efficient development of connected products requires multidisciplinary teams of App, Cloud, Embedded, UI/UX and other engineers to closely collaborate on the same project while avoiding getting out of sync.

In this talk, I am going to present our success story during the development of the Dyson Zone, Dyson's first connected wearable product that was launched recently. I will share some of the challenges we were facing and some insights on how we facilitated the remote and connected collaboration of different global teams on the same project.

About Moe Sani

Moe-SaniMoe is currently a Lead Embedded Software Engineer in the New Product Innovation (NPI) Software Team at Dyson. He has been actively contributing to various stages of several new products across different categories at Dyson. He and his team are responsible for ensuring the next generation of connected products are utilising the right technologies that are refined in readiness to transition to the delivery teams. Core to this is exploring the proposition by developing proof of concept integrations and systems. Some key technologies include: IoT/Connected Systems; Embedded Linux systems; Bluetooth Low Energy Moe is also an Industrial Mentor for the Dyson Institute of Technology (DIET) and the University of Bristol (UoB). Before Dyson, he was a Research Associate at Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL), working on SMARTsurg European project to build a more intuitive teleoperated surgical robot. Moe has also worked as a Fellow at the Italian Institute of Technology(IIT)'s Advanced Robotics Lab (ADVR), where he was part of The Robot Teleoperativo project, that aims for substituting humans in hazardous environments with a quadruped robotic platform operated by an immersive virtual reality master station. Before IIT, Moe was a member of the R&D department at Sobh Parlar Industrial Co. where he designed several products in the field of household appliances.

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