2017 27th Annual DFW-ASEE Software Engineering Conference
Conference materials coming soon!
April 4, 2017, Registration 6:20 p.m., Meeting 6:45 p.m., TI campus – Raytheon North Building (Gate 1)
May 2, 2017, Registration 6:20 p.m., Meeting 6:45 p.m., TI campus – Raytheon North Building (Gate 1)
“Current State of Software Engineering”, Presented by Mary Sakry, The Process Group
January 3, 2017, Registration 6:30 p.m., Meeting 6:45 p.m., TI campus – Raytheon North Building (Gate 1)
Topic: “ The Internet of Things (IoT), Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Communications”– Presented By: Ed Hightower, Ingenu Consultant Abstract:
The Internet of Things (IoT), Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications and the many technologies that enable IoT/M2M are driving the next industrial revolution. We’ll be able to monitor and control… and analyze objects and conditions that were never technically or economically possible before.
Connectivity technologies like cellular, satellite, wireline, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, mesh, etc. will be joined by powerful Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technologies that will enable low cost, long range, deep-building penetration and long-battery-life connectivity that will make possible applications that were never practical before.
This presentation will give a brief history of IoT/M2M, then explain what LPWANs are and why they will be so important in enabling IoT/M2M, and finally who the most likely long-term players will be in LPWAN arena.