Developing IoT with Samsung ARTIK Platform
Instructors: Dan Gross, Wei Xiao
Level: Beginner / Intermediate

This exclusive, hands-on workshop will cover IoT from module to cloud with ARTIK as the centerpiece, using tools including ARTIK Cloud, Node-RED and Arduino.

We will start with IoT basics, board bring-up, and GPIO, then build our own smart parking system (yes!). We will also let the parking spaces in our system communicate with each other by using M2M. In addition, we will introduce ARTIK Cloud integration and use ARTIK Cloud Rules Engine to trigger cross-device actions. In addition, we will introduce ARTIK APIs and IDE.

We only have room for a limited number of developers to join us that day, so apply now. In order to be eligible, you must correctly answer a few questions first – you do have to be a developer to get in! If you are selected to attend, we promise that it will be an incredible experience.

Limited places available. These will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis.

20th October

Time Details
12:30  Meet the Mentors, Networking and Refreshments
13:00  Overview of IoT and Samsung ARTIK
13:30  Board bring-up and collect sensor data from ARTIK GPIO pins
14:00  Working with web service and database
15:00  Communicating with MQTT
15:30  Integrating with ARTIK Cloud
16:00  Using Cloud Rules Engine to trigger cross-device actions
17:30  Wrapping up

Dan Gross:
Dan leads Ecosystem Developer Support for Samsung’s new IoT platform, ARTIK. He has been a professional software developer for over 20 years, most of the time spent in Silicon Valley. His passions are the pursuit of frictionless developer tools and solving real business issues. Prior to joining Samsung, he has helped companies such as: Sun Microsystems, Oracle, HP, and TRX Training. Dan lives in San Francisco.

Wei Xiao :
Wei is a technical evangelist, Sr. Staff Engineer for Samsung’s IoT platform ARTIK. Wei has a passion to inspire and work with partners and developers. Prior to Samsung IoT, she worked as a tech evangelist for Samsung Mobile and wearables.

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