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Expert Talk: Connecting things with IoT applications - how gateways can build the bridge

Expert Talk: Connecting things with IoT applications

How gateways can build the bridge
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Connecting devices opens up insights, new business models & revenue streams

The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about connecting things and devices. During the course of more than 150 IoT projects in different domains, we detected several IoT patterns and approaches for connecting devices.

In this session, our speakers will present our key findings and present IoT scenarios in a cloud environment vs. gateway-based applications in different industry domains. This 30-minute webinar is for IoT project leaders, IoT software architects, and OSGi/Java enthusiasts.

Join this live session on August 29, 1 pm CDT to learn about:

  • The pros and cons of gateway- and non-gateway-based IoT solutions
  • Benefits of using gateways as mediators between devices and IoT applications
  • Real-world use cases for gateway-based IoT solutions
  • The role of OSGi in connectivity projects

Dr. Dimitar Valtchev

Vice President & Head of Product Group ProSyst, Bosch Software Innovations

Dr. Dimitar Valtchev serves as Vice President & Head of Product Group ProSyst at Bosch Software Innovations. He was a successful academic researcher and lecturer at several renowned universities including the Technical University of Sofia; the Technical University of Vienna, and the University of California at Berkeley. He is the co-author of many technical papers and three textbooks. Dr. Valtchev has a Masters of Science in Electronics, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. He also obtained his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Technical University of Sofia.Best regards

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Dimitar Valtchev

Kai Hackbarth

Evangelist, Bosch Software Innovations

Kai Hackbarth joined ProSyst in 2001 (today product group of Bosch Software Innovations). Since then, he has been deeply involved in the technical standardization activities of the OSGi Alliance. Hackbarth is a member of the OSGi Alliance Board of Directors and since 2008, Co-Chair of the OSGi Residential Expert Group. His key areas are smart homes, automotive and the Internet of Things.

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Kai Hackbarth