We are pleased to announce that Vodafone is an Event Sponsor of OTA12.
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The mbed Rapid Prototyping platform provides the tools for efficiently prototyping ARM Cortex-M microcontroller-based designs. The mbed Microcontrollers are a series of ARM microcontroller development boards supported by an online tools platform, which provide a productive environment to build projects with the backing of libraries, resources and support shared in the mbed community. mbed is a versatile platform that enables developers to rapidly build intelligent embedded projects, including multiple transport ‘Internet of Things’ applications with a interface the physical world. http://mbed.org
OTA12 Programme – Friday @ 12:15 & 18:00
Nicolas Herriot and Ashley Mills of Vodafone Group R&D will be presenting the workshop Anyone Can Code an Embedded Controller on Friday at 12:15 in the Morning Room.
OTA12 Hack Day – The Vodafone M2M Challenge
Create the most innovate and cool embedded hardware hack. This hack should show how an embedded device can be used to connect some aspect of a users life more intuitively to them. It can use any embedded hardware on the market (preferably Mbed) and connect using any wireless or fixed line technology (preferably a GSM, GPRS, or 3G one). It can even use a non-Vodafone cellular network!
The hack can connect:
- embedded to embedded;
- embedded to mobile; or
- embedded to web.
Examples could be home control, energy saving by monitoring and control, industrial applications, generic cloud based asset tracking, home or industrial gateways and hubs, exposing UI’s of embedded devices for enhanced control, integration with CAN bus on vehicles, embedded safety equipment, sensor networks, telemetry tracking and activation or anything else you can imagine!