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Workshop: Ultra-Low Power Wi-fi Made Easy – Develop a Battery Powered Wi-fi Sensor in Hours

Oct 21
17:30 - 18:45


Chandra Duba

Lead Field Application Engineer, Dialog Semiconductor

This workshop will demonstrate that battery power Wi-Fi applications are now possible using AT Commands form and Arm Cortex based host MCU.

The workshop will be based on readily available development boards and all Source code will be available for download before the workshop.

AWS IoT cloud services will be integrated and demonstrated including a mobile application for control and displaying data access.

There are some additional system requirements for this session. If you're interested in taking part, log into your DevSummit profile and save the workshop session to your agenda. Once saved, we will send you further instructions.

Please note, we’re limiting space in each workshop session to ensure a quality experience for every participant, so hurry and reserve your seat for this hands-on experience. If you don't manage to reserve a hands-on spot, you can still watch all workshops live.

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Workshop: Ultra-Low Power Wi-fi Made Easy – Develop a Battery Powered Wi-fi Sensor in Hours
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> Roy Burgess
Software Engineer / None

Thanks Chandra for an informative workshop.

9 hours ago
> Joseph Kneffel
Developer / JK

Thank you all for this great workshop!

9 hours ago
> Youssef Faraj
Firmware Engineering Designer / Schneider Electric

Thanks a lot Chandra

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