Working with IoT gives you the opportunity to work wherever your interests may be: from device-level sensor communication to microservice development to real-time streaming analytics, machine learning and Big Data systems that will power the app you have in mind.
Join us to hear techniques and lessons learned in developing IoT apps and services while also learning how to handle the supporting infrastructure.
The possible applications of IoT systems are endless: smart homes, agriculture, fleet management, healthcare and more. Analysts estimate the global IoT market at over $1 trillion by 2019 including devices, services, apps, infrastructure and more.
Attend to hear the possibilities and to connect with the right people to bring your idea to life!
The StampedeCon IoT Summit 2016 is April 21, 2016 from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM.
Check in + Meet & Greet
Everyone starts arriving at 3:00 PM — Check in and meet everyone!
Expert speakers share their IoT experience at 3:30 PM.
Networking, Food, Drinks
Join us for networking and refreshments after the presentations!
Emerson Climate Technologies - VP Software Solutions
Building an IoT Platform for your Enterprise, Pain or Gain?
Today, Enterprises venturing into the IoT space are faced with a dilemma: build an IoT platform in-house or choose a service provider? While security, cost, scalability and the influx of IoT service providers (big and small) are important factors; Business agility and the ability to innovate faster with the capability to learn/iterate in the marketplace are also driving factors. In this talk, we’ll discuss our experience developing an IoT platform for Emerson Climate Technologies’ smart home technologies.
Vivek Kestur has over 20 years of diverse experience in IT Strategy, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Software Development, Managed Services and Solution Architecture. He currently leads a Software Solutions team that support Internet of Things (IoT) Products and Services tied to Home Energy Management and Comfort Control.
Founder & CEO at Asteris + Core Committer on Mantl.io
Simplifying IoT Infrastructure Deployments
IoT applications often involve real-time analysis of data and rapid deployments of internal software. To enable this, we’ve seen incredible growth in modern tooling with new projects like Kafka, Spark and Elasticsearch. Unfortunately, most companies do not have the time and resources to manage and integrate disparate open source projects. Can we make the complex infrastructure that powers IoT data analysis pipelines easy to deploy and manage?
In this talk we’ll walk through a modern production stack from cloud deployment to load balancing based on our experience of developing Mantl.io. Mantl is an open-source (Apache 2.0) project sponsored by Cisco that makes it easy for anyone to deploy infrastructure for running containers and streaming data applications like Kafka, Spark and Elasticsearch. This will be a technical talk where we will walk through all of the components of a modern stack and explain usage, pain points, and how the pieces fit together. Attendees will get an understanding on how to compose a production system from disparate open-source technologies.
Steven Borrelli is the Founder & CEO of Asteris, located in St. Louis, Missouri. He’s the lead architect and a core committer for the Mantl.io project, and was one of the first organizers of the St. Louis Machine Learning & Data Science Meetup.
CTO at Aisle411
Case Study: Building the Internet of Stores
What does it take to apply an Internet of Things strategy to your specific existing environment? Aisle411, an indoor location services platform, has gone through this process of applying an IoT strategy for major global leading retailers. In this talk, Aisle411 will share their insights from developing an end-to-end IoT solution, which involves working with device manufacturers and existing retailer data, mobile device sensor integration, developing APIs and services and an analytics pipeline.
Dante Cannarozzi is the CTO of Aisle411 where he is responsible for overall technology strategy and vision. He has over 10 years of experience as a developer and computer science engineer. Dante enjoys working with new ideas from the prototype stage to large scale implementation.
911 Washington Ave (5th floor)
St. Louis, MO 63101
Paid parking ($5) is available in the lot adjacent to T-Rex building on Lucas Ave. between 9th and 10th street.
T‐REX is a world class venue providing the startup entrepreneur with low cost & flexible enterprise space, while serving the region with quality programming and inspiring community. It is now home to 100+ startups, iTEN, Capital Innovators, Cultivation Capital, SixThirty, Prosper, Arch Grants and home to many other entrepreneurial activity including Startup Weekend and StartLouis.
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