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Monday, 2 December 2013

Mobile & Ubiquitous computing - Internet of Things

Viimasel ajal on aina rohkem kuulda olnud nähtusest nimega "Internet of Things". Idee on lihtne, reaalse maailma objektidel on küljes identifikaatorid, mille abil on neid võimalik esitada internetisarnases virtuaal-struktuuris (või -maailmas). Tänsel päeval oleme me arenenud RFID identifikaatoritest juba pideva andmeühendusega vidinate ja seadmeteni. Nn. asjade internet on juba sisuliselt siin.

Seekord liigume me veidi välja oma tavapärasest teemaderingist nagu nutitelefoni platvormid, mobiiliarendus või mobiilitööstuse ärimudelid. Me vaatame mida tehakse targa tolmu ning pisikeste mobiilsete tööstusarvutitega.

Ürituse korraldame koostöös Garage48'ga, kuna Garage48 on plaanimas Baltimaade esimest riistvara hackathoni, kus elektroonikud, mehhatroonikud, tootedisainerid, visionärid ja turundusinimesed viivad 48 tunni jooksul ideed toimivate prototüüpideni. Seekord töötatakse aga ideede kallal, mille tulemusi saab pühapäeval käega katsuda. Üritus toimub Tartus 7-9 veebruar 2014.

See tähendab, et töötatakse elektroonika kit'idega nagu Raspberry-Pi või Arduino, samal ajal kui meeskondade tootedisainerid vormivad penoplastist või 3D printerite abil prototüüpidele kestasid.

Meie üritusel käsitleme mobiilühendusega vidinate temaatikat ning tutvustame Garage48 Hardware & Arts arendusnädalavahetust.

Üritus on tasuta, kuid registreerimine on kohustuslik:

Eventbrite - MobileMonday - Mobile & Ubiquitous computing - the Internet of Things

Ajakava:

18:00 Priit Salumaa - Co-founder @ MoMo Estonia & Garage48 - Introducing Garage48 Hardware & Arts
18:20 Indrek Rebane - Co-founder @ Hedgehog: "Raspberry Pi, the misfit."
18:35 Steve Perkson - Java engineer by day (Reach-U), embedded C hacker by night (Teadusmosaiik):
"Arduino, bringing prototyping into masses and funny gotchas with GSM modules and temperamental Estonian telcos."

18:50 Refreshment and networking break

19:15 In case our Skype bridge with France works, we have a surprise guest:
Paul Guermonprez from Intel Software Academic Program talking on "Intel® Galileo Development Board"
19:35 Jüri Tarkpea - Chief Technologist @ Oskando / SeeMe: "What does M2M mean and how to track & connect trucks driving all over Europe"
19:50 Tauri Tuubel - Co-founder @ Defendec on Smart Dust: "Our company and technology we use"

20:10 Networking and drinks! As usual for MobileMonday :)

Koht: Ülikooli Kohvik, II korruse Rõdusaal. Ülikooli 20, Tartu. Üritus toimub inglise keeles.

Üritust toetavad  Department of Business Development at Tartu City GovernmentMooncascadeFortumoMessenteMobi Lab.

Lately there has been more and more talk about the Internet of Things. It's idea is simple - the objects in real world are equipped with ID's which enable to represent them in a virutal internet-like structure. By today we are far further than just sticking RFID tags on gadgets - today, most of the gadgets and devices feature a data connection. The internet of things is here.

This time we will venture out a little bit from or our familiar mobile related topics like smartphone platfomrs, mobile development or mobile business models. We will look into mobile and ubiquitous computing, into the internet of things.

We'll organize the event together with Garage48 Foundation. Garage48 is planning the first hardware hackathon in Baltics: "Hardware & Arts". Hardware & Arts will be one of its kind Garage48 hackathon bringing together the creative communities of electronics, mechatronics, and software engineers, artists, product designers, and marketers in Tartu, Estonia, on February 7-9, 2014.

This means that the teams will work on ideas whose prototypes can be touched and felt by Sunday. The event will feature electonics kits like Raspberry Pi or Arduino boards and while engineers hack away, the product designers will work on Styrofoam and 3D printers to make the "shells" for the prototypes.

We will introduce our audience the topics relevant for mobile connected gadgets and the Garage48 Hardware & Arts hackathon.
The attendance is for free, but registration is mandatory

Eventbrite - MobileMonday - Mobile & Ubiquitous computing - the Internet of Things

Schedule:

18:00 Priit Salumaa - Co-founder @ MoMo Estonia & Garage48 - Introducing Garage48 Hardware & Arts
18:20 Indrek Rebane - Co-founder @ Hedgehog: "Raspberry Pi, the misfit."
18:35 Steve Perkson - Java engineer by day (Reach-U), embedded C hacker by night (Teadusmosaiik):
"Arduino, bringing prototyping into masses and funny gotchas with GSM modules and temperamental Estonian telcos."

18:50 Refreshment and networking break

19:15 In case our Skype bridge with France works, we have a surprise guest:
Paul Guermonprez from Intel Software Academic Program talking on "Intel® Galileo Development Board"
19:35 Jüri Tarkpea - Chief Technologist @ Oskando / SeeMe: "What does M2M mean and how to track & connect trucks driving all over Europe"
19:50 Tauri Tuubel - Co-founder @ Defendec on Smart Dust: "Our company and technology we use"

20:10 Networking and drinks! As usual for MobileMonday :)

Venue: Ülikooli Kohvik (University Caffee), II floor Rõdusaal. Ülikooli 20, Tartu. Event is held in English

Supporters:  Department of Business Development at Tartu City GovernmentMooncascadeFortumoMessenteMobi Lab.

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