Arrow Electronics announced plans for a wide-ranging set of seminars on the Internet of Things (IoT) across Europe. The IoT in Focus tour will visit locations in Germany, France, UK, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Austria, and Switzerland, from October to December 2015: they will cover connectivity and embedded applications, system integration, big data and the cloud.
Arrow cites its network of suppliers with IoT capabilities, enabling it to advise and assist organisations that want to capture value from the development of the Internet of Things. The seminars will begin on 2nd of October and run throughout December. Dates and locations are on the following page.
The IoT in Focus seminars will cover where the IoT is now and where it is going. Correct selection of platform, technology, communication and data management architectures are essential for a scalable and secure IoT implementation. As with any new innovative emerging market, new standards, evolving designs and applications present challenges of implementation, but also offer significant opportunities for growth, increased operating efficiencies and the delivery of more value to end users.
Arrow and its suppliers are, the company asserts, well positioned to advise and deliver end-to-end solutions for the IoT that are secure, scalable and future proof. Guidance is available on all aspects of IoT systems including sensors, low power microcontrollers, wireless connectivity, networking protocols, gateways, operating systems, security, big data platform management, and Cloud solutions including device management, data analytics and visualisation.
The IoT in Focus tour is provided in collaboration with companies including Atmel, Cypress, Dell, Eurotech, Freescale, Intel, Microchip, Microsoft, NXP, Qualcomm, Silicon Labs, STMicroelectronics and Texas Instruments. More than 20 leading suppliers are involved in the tour. To see full details of the agenda, participating companies and schedule, and to register to attend, visit: www.arroweurope.com/iot_seminars
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