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Voice, vision and text are the most natural means of human communication by which we interact. These communication mechanisms can be extended to machines to achieve a natural digital experience (NDE). Touch revolutionized the way humans interact with devices such as mobile phones. Now, with the advent of digital assistants like Amazon Alexa* and ambient intelligence, voice is already on its way to heralding the next revolution.
This session provides an overview of NDE, including:
• Real-world use cases
• An architecture deep dive for NDE proof-of-concept (POC) involving voice, intelligent vision, and gestures, as well as a POC demo
• A vision for how machines can collaborate with humans, and each other, to achieve an autonomous ecosystem
We’ve moved beyond the initial IoT hype. Technology and connectivity are here and sensors are collecting robust data. The foundation stage is complete, and now we can turn our attention to more exciting experimentation and development.
This session is for IoT developers with a desire to embed cellular communications into solutions. Prepare for a journey from proof-of-concept and tinkering with small-scale tests to larger scale deployments and lifecycle management.
Gemalto, a longtime Intel® IoT Solutions Alliance member, offers a range of simple and reliable, Intel® technology-based development kits that ship with embedded Java* allowing for easy and fast application development. Receive an expert introduction to Gemalto's Cinterion* Connect Shield, to help accelerate deployment through rapid experimentation and building proof-of-concept solutions. Learn how you can bring your IoT ideas to life, fast. The easy-to-use maker board features on-board sensors and combines the flexible and widely used Arduino open source platform with Gemalto’s reliable and highly efficient cellular 2G, 3G and 4G LTE connectivity.
In a pair of live demos, we’ll explore the Arduino* library through an MQTT example and demonstrate the IoT module’s embedded Java processing capabilities by reading sensor values and lifecycle management of hardware and devices.
IoT gateways are an important component in the IoT infrastucture. With the emergence of intelligence at the edge, how do we ensure productivity, i.e., collecting actionable sensor data, connecting more devices, and processing large data streams from a variety of sources, from cameras to sensor nodes, and ensuring security of these data.
This session demonstrates how to use the power of Intel® processors, as well as technologies such as Intel® Movidius™ Compute Module, and Intel Atom® processors. We’ll share some firmware and Os tricks to promote safety and increased productivity of IoT Gateways. And, the session offers a detailed guide for quickly prototyping a gateway to add Bluetooth*, NFR, GSM and LTE, and build an application sending data to the cloud.
Connectivity is the core of the Internet of Things, yet numerous connectivity protocols exist for different IoT domains. MQTT stands out with its low-bandwidth, high latency, decoupled applications where systems don't require precise timings. It simplifies IoT application integration for all systems.
This session details the advantages of MQTT and guides you to available software libraries, security applications, real-world use cases, open source applications, and server creation using Docker*.