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The OSGi Alliance is pleased to announce that we will be at CeBIT computer expo in Hannover, Germany next week from March 14 to 18. You will be able to find us in the IoT Solutions Eurotech & Partner space on stand E77 in Hall13 (see the press release).
OSGi IoT Demo @ CeBITThe OSGi IoT demo will be using LEGO®️ trains to show how simple it is to build, interoperate, run and change live services running in edge devices, gateways and the cloud using OSGi and OSGi enRoute. The seamless interoperation of open source projects and commercial products in the demo delivers an extensible and evolvable standards-based OSGi IoT solution.
The CeBIT demo is an extension of the 2015 Community Event demo with the inclusion of Eclipse Kura, Eurotech DynaCOR and Eurotech ReliaGATE 10-20 gateways. The demo will now allow stand visitors to interact with sensors that affect the trains' behavior.
You can find us and the demo in the IoT Solutions Eurotech & Partner space on stand E77 in Hall 13. There will be a number of other real word OSGi based IoT solutions on show in this space too from Eurotech partners and customers. These include analytics and predictive maintenance from Hitachi High-Tech Europe, industrial PLC integration, smart energy from Misurio Ltd., managed PDU from Om7Sense, facility management/retail from FSI Ltd., people counting, and smart city/environmental monitoring.
Please be sure to stop by stand E77 to see all the OSGi demos.
Thanks to the following OSGi Alliance contributors and members for making the OSGi IoT LEGO®️ train demo happen at CeBIT:
OSGi Presentation @ CeBITBoard member, and former president, Richard Nicholson will be representing the OSGi Alliance and presenting “Business and IoT - Economic Alchemy or Another Anticlimax ?” on Tuesday, March 15, at 1:30 p.m in Hall 13 at stand E48. His presentation will review the fundamental characteristics required for any pervasive IoT solution to transform markets and businesses, and he will discuss the central importance of an industry standard for software modularity.
This presentation is part of the CeBIT Communication and IoT SOLUTIONS Forum.