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by Michael
from Computer Scientist

Michael Schloh von Bennewitz is a computer scientist specializing in network engineering and mobile platform development. A long time OpenSUSE user and developer, Michael has introduced OpenSUSE RPM technology in the telecom industry as well as nurturing community software based on it. Fluent in four languages, Michael speaks at technical events every year. He has presented for companies and groups including Cable & Wireless, Nokia (Qt), the Linux Foundation (Tizen), CampJS, ClueCon, AstriCon, Opensource Treffen, and the Mobile World Congress. Michael's speaking style is humorous, using gestures and good eye contact. Michael's IoT knowlege profits from years of work at telecoms and relationships with industry groups, and he is an Intel Influencer with the mandate to promote IoT technology. Additional information is found at http://michael.schloh.com/

WARNING: THE PRESENTATION PART OF THIS SESSION IS REPLACED WITH AN INTERACTIVE DISCUSSION OF OPENSUSE IOT WHERE ALL ARE ENCOURAGED TO CONTRIBUTE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.

Misconceptions of the Internet of Things and OpenSUSE are cast away as we consider OpenSUSE's role in a hypothetical IoT system including sensors, actuators, mechanical nodes, and development boards. We connect an OpenSUSE client to a IoT mobile lab, and consider practical architecture, software components, available network transports, and topologies. An OpenSUSE NodeJS installation is demonstrated communicating with Intel Galileo development boards, further connecting to a ARM MQTT broker, serving IoT messaging applications and delegating between connected sensors and actuators. We'll learn how to use NodeJS to build simple yet portable IoT apps quickly and dream of fancy applications implementing practical IoT use cases while hardware and software demonstrations conclude our session.

Date:
2015 May 4 13:30
Duration:
30 min
Room:
Third room
Conference:
openSUSE Conference
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Track:
Difficulty:
Medium