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Innovation Review: May 2017
Imagination Technologies
3201 Scott Boulevard
Santa Clara, CA 95054
1-408- 530-5000
Thursday, May 11, 2017, 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM PST
Category: Member Only


Members of the IoT Forum meet monthly to discover technologies, products, services and to meet partner prospects in person.

The IoT Forum community is focused on discovering innovation, exchanging knowledge, growing professional networks, and above all building partnerships across the ecosystem. Participants from around the world convene in Silicon Valley each month to meet startups, see demos, review new products, listen to case studies, and introduce buyers to sellers - in highly efficient 1/2 day meetings.

Date & Time
Thursday, May 11, 2017, 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Imagination Technologies, Santa Clara, CA

Registration for this meeting is currently at capacity

Member Registration:
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Non-Member Request:
If your company is interested in evaluating membership, non-members can register for our next meeting in June.


8:30 - Breakfast & Introductions
9:00 - Startup Review Session

  • Data Compression
  • LTE-W
  • Beacon Platform
  • Security

10:00 - Startup Demos & Networking
10:30 - New Product Reviews

  • Synchronization
  • Streaming
  • Tracking

11:30 - Customer Case Study by Sri Rajagopal, CTO at IoTium

  • IoT Network Management

12:00 - Lunch
12:30 - Keynote: From Disappointing to Delightful:  How to Build with IoT

  • Mike Vladimer, Co-Founder at Orange Studio IoT
    Many engineers, designers and business folks want to work with IoT devices, but don’t know where to begin. Come learn which mistakes to avoid and which best practices to copy as you integrate with IoT or build your own IoT products. This presentation examines the consistent, systematic ways that IoT tends to fail and delight. The talk also defines IoT, explains what makes IoT unique, and examines why it’s now so easy to IoT-ify devices. You’ll come away from this talk with a framework to delight your users.

1:00 - Private Discussions