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This month’s discussion topic: IoT and Smart City product solutions. We’ll be discussing the design and development process of innovative IoT solutions and the role that they will play in improving our future.
Presenter: Nathan Nandhakumaran from Aversan Labs. AversanLabs is an embedded hardware and software development house with a focus on full IoT solutions and Smart City product development. their products address issues with home and building infrastructure, energy consumption, and management of city infrastructure in order to develop sustainable solutions. With legacy expertise in embedded systems development and testing, AversanLabs has the tools to help customers bring their innovative ideas to the global market.
The IoT Peer2Peer is open to: Silicon Halton members and Milton Education Village Innovation Centre members.
The MEV Innovation Centre will be closed on Monday, August 6, 2018 to observe the Civic Holiday. We will be back at 8:30 am on Tuesday, August 7.
“The blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value.” – Don Tapscott.
Blockchain technology has been hailed as everything from the renaissance of money to the new internet. Early adopters are looking for ways to apply the technology, with use cases currently focused on financial services at the industry level, and even in terms of new forms of governance at the discipline level. This meetup aims to present an overview of this fascinating technology. Continue reading
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