Lift99, Telliskivi 60a (B building 2nd floor), Tallinn
Hello IoT hackers!
Here is an event you might be interested:
Connected Baltics has swiftly covered 69% of populated area in Estonia with SigFox network. Come to LIFT99 on 16th November for a workshop, where you will learn more about SigFox, and get your hands dirty in a afternoon to bootstrap your first LPWAN application!
Also at the event, me and my colleague will represent Twilio Sync Product to show you how you will use Twilio services to boost your IoT application development efficiency and effectiveness.
!!! IMPORTANT !!! To get a free pass and Arduino MKRFox1200 board, make sure to register yourself at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSetL4_Tn3XCgL_Fpvzbsbar55SUZDJAq2DiDCOr5V53SJr4eA/viewform !!! IMPORTANT !!!
Original Event details can be found at https://www.facebook.com/events/2071496906415599/ or http://www.connectedbaltics.com/get-started/sigfox-makers-tour-tallinn-estonia/ """ Following the swift nationwide deployment of Internet of Things network and reaching 69% of population coverage in Estonia, Connected Baltics is bringing Sigfox Makers in Tallinn to connect with the future of the Internet of Things on November 16, 2017, for a half-day workshop at LIFT99.
Learn everything about our IoT connectivity solution, and get your own development kit to start experimenting on the network. This event is dedicated to people with a technical background. The goal is to get a deep knowledge of the Sigfox network, the underlying protocol & architecture, get details about the hardware solution, the cloud platforms integration, proven use cases in production.
What is Connected Baltics? As a Sigfox Operator, Connected Baltics is the first nationwide IoT-network operator in Estonia, deploying and selling Sigfox’s low power wide area (LPWA) IoT connectivity solution and enabling millions of connected devices to send small messages in a cost-effective and energy-efficient way.
What is Sigfox? Sigfox is the world’s leading provider of dedicated cellular connectivity for the Internet of Things and machine-to-machine communications. The company’s network complements existing high-bandwidth systems by providing economical, energy-efficient two-way transmission of small quantities of data over long distances, thus lowering barriers to wide implementation of IoT and M2M solutions, and greatly extending the battery and service life of connected devices.
What is on the agenda? The Sigfox Makers Tour in Tallinn will include a half-day workshop featuring a presentation on Sigfox’s connectivity solution and the opportunity for participants to use the company’s technology with an Arduino MKRFox1200 development kit. Each participant will be allowed to keep the kit and will receive a one-year subscription to the Sigfox network, allowing them to develop and test their ideas for future IoT applications.
Connected Baltics and Sigfox expect many enthusiastic participants, whose admission to the event is FREE. Seating is extremely limited and participants will be selected to ensure a homogenous group of technical profiles.
Registration: Event requires registration. Please apply to get a free pass and Arduino MKRFox1200 board. https://goo.gl/forms/vroVs4WqYZQseMWl2
Location: LIFT99, Telliskivi 60a, (B building 2nd floor), Tallinn, Estonia
Preliminary Agenda: 12:45 – Registrations, please be on time! 13:00 – Introduction of Connected Baltics and its partners. 14:00 – Workshop / Technical Presentation 16:00 – Workshop with a free development kit – develop your own project! 18:00 – Drinks and networking!