Monday, February 6, 2017

OSGi and IoT in Berlin March 15-16

Interested in OSGi? Interested in IoT? Then read on.....

Bosch is holding two events in Berlin between March 15 to 16 this year and you can join them to find out more about their IoT activities and get involved with some of their OSGi IoT solutions in the Connected Manufacturing Hack Challenge.

Bosch ConnectedExperience 2017 featuring the IoT Hackathon and Connected Manufacturing Hack Challenge is taking place from 15 to 16 March with a pre-meeting from 18.30hrs on 14 March.

As one of over 500 developers attending the ConnectedExperience you will get the opportunity to take part in four IoT Hack Hhallenges (Connected Mobility, Connected Manufacturing, Connected Building & City and Open Hack Challenge). You can find more information about the event and how to register at http://bcw.bosch-si.com/berlin/hackathon.

Bosch ConnectedWorld 2017 conference is taking place from 15 to 16 March offering more than 150 speakers across 5 stages with a mixture of keynotes, break out sessions, demos and case studies. This is a business conference focused on IoT. You can find out more about the conference agenda and how to register at http://bcw.bosch-si.com/berlin/conference.

OSGi Alliance members should contact Kai Hackbath who can provide special access codes to secure you a free spot at the Hackathon or a discount for the conference ticket.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

OSGi PushStreams @ Portland JUG

The recent OSGi evening at the Portland JUG included a number of talks from members of the OSGi Expert Groups.  Co-chair of the IoT Expert Group, Tim Ward, can be seen in the video below discussing OSGi PushStreams and demonstrating them in use with real time train information.

Thanks to Portland JUG (@pjug) for organising the event and making the video. Thanks also to New Relic for hosting the meeting.

What are OSGi PushStreams? from Ian Downard on Vimeo.

In case you missed it previously, you can also watch a video of OSGi Alliance CTO, BJ Hargrave, presenting 'What is OSGi?' at the same meeting.

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