Using Open Source Technologies to Rapidly Build Secure IoT Devices
The internet of things is bringing with it new ways to connect products, new ways to deliver services, and valuable new data sets. And with all new things comes challenges.
- Starting every idea from scratch can be expensive and time consuming. How can you prototype quickly? Where do you start?
- And when the prototypes succeed and stakeholders are ready to back the new product or service, how can you quickly productize it before the window of opportunity closes or cash runs out?
In this webinar, we will look at two open source initiatives that address these challenges and help bring IoT ideas to market quickly: mangOH Green open hardware platform and the Legato open source Linux platform.
Who should attend?
If you’re an embedded hardware or software engineer exploring new IoT applications and services for your company, this webinar is for you.
Ashish Syal, Principal Engineer, CTO Office
Ashish Syal, Principal IoT Evangelist and lead architect of the mangOH Green open hardware platform. Ashish brings 16 years of embedded wireless experience and has successfully driven multiple innovative hardware designs within the Advanced Technology group at Sierra Wireless.
Jen Chitty, Principal Engineer, CTO Group
Jen Chitty, Principal IoT Evangelist and lead architect of the Legato open source Linux platform. Jen brings over 25 years of software development experience and has been a key contributor to the Legato project.
Ken Arnold, Senior Marketing Manager
Ken Arnold, Senior Marketing Manager, brings 15 years of embedded marketing experience from development tools and engineering services to software and wireless components.
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