Category: Conference


Teaching the Web of Things at MIT

The world has changed quite a bit since in 2007 a handful of researchers (yours truly included) got together to talk about the need for working on the application layer of the Internet of Things, aka the Web of Things: The Web of Things is a refinement of the Internet of Things by integrating smart things not only into the Internet (network), but into the Web Architecture (application). @domguinard @vladounet What once seemed a rather sub-optimal idea has now grown into being a de-facto standard for connected products in the IoT. As a result of increasing research and industry interest...


Influencer Series event at USVP

Hi all, we have a short notice but great opportunity for our Californian followers: an invitation to participate to the next Influencer Series. A high profile evening that will be focused on “Unearthing Software & Service Winners in IoT”. These series are high end networking events, capped at 60 leaders chosen by a hosting committee, and hosted at a VC fund office. The event will be the night of Tuesday, September 13 (specific location will be disclosed if an invite is extended) in Menlo Park from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Because these invites are invite-only and capped, a screening...


Supporting ThingMonk 2016 & IoT Diversity Program

In the early days of the IoT there were a handful of conferences you had to attend every year. Most of these early birds are still in play such as Ubicomp & Pervasive, ACM IoT, RFID Journal Live, O’Reilly Solid or smaller ones such as the very fine Sketching in Hardware or our very own WoT Workshop (edition 2016 taking place real soon!). Things have changed however, with the IoT developing at light speed, conferences and events started to mushroom. There isn’t a city that isn’t organizing it’s dozen of IoT events every month. This is all a bit overwhelming...