Resolving the Technical and Business Challenges of Getting Connected to the Internet of Things
June 5-6, 2018 - SANTA CLARA, CA - Santa Clara Convention Center

Connecting Things, People, the World

  • The only conference and trade show focused specifically on the IoT product developer.
  • In-depth technical analysis, tutorials, business strategies, and product updates.
  • Hands-on demonstrations help you learn by first-hand experience.

Internet of Things Developers Conference

The Big Show – June 5-6, 2018
Santa Clara Convention Center


Contact: Clair Bright
Vice President,Sales

The 2018 IoT DevCon focuses on technologies ranging from IoT device design to gateway deployment and from software optimization strategies to security solutions, as well as applying deep-learning techniques to monitor and manage the enormous loads of device-generated data. Topics include:

  • Designing ultra-low power IoT nodes
  • Exploring connectivity protocols and industry standards
  • Building hubs to harness the data explosion
  • Utilizing software development environments for M2M applications
  • IoT Gateways
  • Understanding and managing security-related issues, taking the IoT into the cloud
  • Making money with the Internet of Things
  • How IoT Technologies are Impacting Key Markets & New Products
  • Machine Learning & AI
  • The future of what IoT will bring
2017 Sponsors and Participating Companies

Adesto Technologies, ADLINK, aicas, Altran, asicNorth, Ayla Networks, Barco Silex, CAST, CENTRI, Cisco DevNet, congatec, DeepScale, EEMBC, Electric Imp, Flex, FreeWave Technologies, GALAXYWIND Network Systems, GE Digital, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Greenwave Systems, Hanumayamma Innovations & Technologies, IAR Systems, IBASE, IBM, Infineon, INSIDE Secure, Intel, Intrinsic ID, JB Systems, Lattice Semiconductor, McObject, Mentor Graphics, Microchip, MIPI Alliance, Mocana, oneM2M, Open-Silicon, Plantronics, Pluto AI, Podsystem, PolyCore Software, Presto Engineering, prpl Foundation, PTC, RoweBots, SECO, SecureRF, Silicon Labs, Silvaco, SoC Solutions, STMicroelectronics, Supermicro, Synopsys, Teledyne-LeCroy, Texas Instruments, The Qt Company, ThingWorx, TIRIAS Research, Toradex, Uber, Virtium, Warthman Associates, WinSystems, wolfSSL, Xilinx




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Attendees Remarks -

"The IoT Developers Conference is different. IoT DevCon seems to be the only conference and trade show focused specifically on the IoT product developer with real solutions discussed in technical sessions and several IoT modules/platforms displayed on the exhibit floor. That’s why we found the conference very refreshing."

"It’s no wonder that at IoTDevCon 2017 the interest in security was so high. Jennifer Gilburg, Director of Strategy, IoT Security at Intel corporation gave a talk about IoT security. Afterwards, Gilburg was like the belle at the ball, surrounded three-deep by engineers wanting to talk about security for the internet of things."

"This year at the IoT Developer’s Conference in Santa Clara, many software developers, managers, CTOs, and innovators came together to share and discuss the challenges and opportunities in IoT from a deeper, more technical perspective."

Conference Chair

The 2018 IoT DevCon 2018 is directed by Kevin Krewell, Conference Chair

Kevin Krewell

Kevin Krewell is Principal Analyst at TIRIAS Research. He is focused on computing industry challenges, including AR/VR, autonomous machines, connectivity, CPU architecture, gaming, graphics, machine learning, and security. Prior to joining TIRIAS Research, Kevin was a senior analyst The Linley Group and a senior editor of Microprocessor Report. He spent nine years at MPR contributing numerous articles on Mobile SoCs, PC processors, graphics processors, server processors, CPU IP cores, and related technology. For The Linley Group he also co-authored reports that analyzed market positioning and technical features of the various vendor products.

Kevin has more than 30 years of industry experience in both engineering and marketing positions. He was Director of Strategic Marketing at Nvidia and also Director of Technical Marketing at Raza Microelectronics (now part of Broadcom). Kevin spent more than a decade at AMD as a technical marketing manager and field application engineer. He understands the needs of engineers, having spent 10 years in product design at several smaller companies.




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