Arm AIoT Dev Summit! @Arm Mountain View, California, December 2 – 3, 2019 #ArmAIoTDevSummit #AIoT #Arm


Arm AIoT Dev Summit, Mountain View, California, December 2 – 3, 2019

The Arm AIoT Dev Summit is a developer-focused conference that provides a platform for you to exchange knowledge, discuss real-world use cases and solutions, and get hands-on with expert-led, deep-dive training and workshops. Along with like-minded developers, data scientists, and innovators, you will experience technologies enabling the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and robotics.

Get your hands on free hardware worth up to $500!

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AND Adafruit Machine Learning hardware will be there!


PyBadge Making Workshop

Are you interested in learning and experiencing how to build inference at the edge? Then, the Adafruit Pybadge Making workshop is designed for you. Using Adafruit Pybadges, you will learn how to build inference at the edge and much more. The badge is set to recognize the words “yes” and “no” but are easy to retrain using any of the micro speech vocabulary. You can even flash new models on the badge. Join us in the Innovator lounge where we will show you how to do all this and more! Plus, you will get to take the badges home with you to continue your learning experience.

*one badge per person, limited number available

What else?

IoT – From Edge to Cloud
Looking to accelerate your development journey and alleviate the pressure of time-to-market? Join us for in-depth, hands-on training on prototyping, development, production and management, and scaling your IoT solution.

You’ll get to grips with the latest technology for the on-device processing needed for edge IoT, including the latest Arm-based chips, software development and device manageability tools, networking technologies, and end-to-end security. With practical, hands-on deep-dive workshops, this is an event you don’t want to miss!

Intelligent and Autonomous Machines
From building your first robot to designing complex autonomous systems, you will get the lowdown on the software, hardware and development tools you need to build autonomous robots, drones and rovers.

You’ll examine the present – and future – of intelligent machines, and the vast Arm ecosystem that’s enabling them. Technical workshops will give you hands-on experience of the operating systems, tools and techniques that you’ll need to make your project a success, help you hone your technical skills to embrace this new revolution.

AI from Development to Deployment
Whether you’re a data scientist, researcher, software developer or product manager, we will help you unleash the power of AI on Arm!

You’ll learn about today’s breakthrough technologies, as well as forward-looking approaches to creating real-world AI solutions. Meeting with AI thought leaders, Arm technology experts, and fellow developers, you’ll exchange knowledge and gain hands-on experience in building the AI solutions of tomorrow.

Learn more and register now!

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