Join us in Austin on Wednesday, April 19, for this month's IoT Central meetup, hosted by projekt202.
The April meeting will clear the air about fog computing, which is quickly emerging as the necessary architecture in the Internet of Things (IoT), 5G and other advanced digital scenarios.
Attendees will hear real-world case studies to learn how customers are currently using fog computing, technical advantages of fog computing, and security challenges presented by this technology.
The event will feature a panel discussion with leading fog computing experts and Austin-area OpenFog representatives. Scheduled speakers include Lynne Canavan, Executive Director of the OpenFog Consortium; Mung Chang, Doty Professor, PEC Chairman, Director of the Keller Center and Director of the EDGE Lab at Princeton University; Mitchell Golner, Founder of IoT Central; Steve Vandris, Director of Strategic Marketing at Intel; and Tao Zhang, Chief Scientist for Smart Connected Vehicles at Cisco Systems.
Austin's IoT Central welcomes anyone who wants to learn more about this emerging IoT resource, which makes use of a wide range of technologies and promises to impact several vertical markets.
IoT Central's mission is to inspire, engage and connect entrepreneurs, investors, professionals and enthusiasts worldwide who are active in IoT. The group's regularly-held meetings and events are opportunities to network with experts and others working in this field.
projekt202 is proud to support our local tech communities in Austin, Dallas and Seattle.
Fog Computing and IoT with the OpenFog Consortium, hosted by projekt202
An event in partnership with IoT Central, Austin
5 - 7 p.m.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
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