Internet of Things Developers Conference and Machine Learning & AI Developers Conference have been cancelled indefinitely
Resolving the Technical and Business Challenges of Getting Connected to the Internet of Things

JUNE 5-6, 2019 Santa Clara Convention Center, CA
Connecting Things, People, the World
  • The only Conferences and Trade Shows focused specifically on the IoT, Machine Learning and AI product developer
  • In-depth Technical Analysis, Tutorials, Business Strategies and Product Updates & Demos
  • Hands-on Demonstrations and the opportunity to learn first-hand from market leading experts

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Register to Attend BOTH events!

Upcoming 2019 Events:
Internet of Things Developers Conference
Santa Clara, CA
June 5-6, 2019
Machine Learning & AI Developers Conference
Santa Clara, CA
June 5-6, 2019
IoT Device Security Summit
Santa Clara, CA
Sept/Oct 2019 (TBA)


Contact: Clair Bright
Vice President,Sales


Register Now so you don't miss IoT DevCon 2019 on June 5-6 at the Santa Clara Convention Center! IoT DevCon 2019 will provide software and system developers, engineers, managers, directors and decision-makers with the latest knowledge, insights and resources to better understand and tackle the complex challenges of IoT in embedded systems - from the edge node to the cloud.

The two-day conference will feature multiple executive and technical tracks of authoritative perspectives on how the latest technologies are affecting product development and business, illuminating the future and opportunities of what IoT brings. This conference, exhibition and networking event will focus on technologies ranging from ultra-low power microcontrollers to multicore-enabled aggregation hubs, software strategies to security solutions as well as techniques required to monitor and manage the enormous loads of device-generated data. Experts and industry leaders will address critical topics such as:

  • Designing for ultra-low power IoT
  • Exploring industry standards and connectivity protocols
  • Building hubs that can harness the data explosion
  • Software development environments for M2M/IoT applications
  • IoT Gateways and beyond
  • Understanding and managing security-related issues
  • IoT Planning, Design, Deployment, and Provisioning on a budget
  • How IoT Technologies Translate into Key Markets & New Products
  • Leveraging Edge Computing for Lower Cost, Lower Latency, and more

Don't miss this year's IoT Developers Conference, co-located with the Machine Learning & AI Developers Conference. Registration to one or the other covers full access to both events! Learn and meet industry experts, view demos and new products from exhibitors, and network with colleagues.

2018 Sponsors and Participating Companies

Adesto, AMD, Arm, Bosch Sensortec, CA Technologies-KnowThings, CENTRI, congatec, Creation Technologies, Data I/O, eSilicon, GigaDevice, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Hanumayamma, IAR Systems, Infineon, InForce Computing, Irdeto, McObject, Mentor/Siemens, Micro Crystal, Microchip, Mouser, NXP, PubNub, Rohde & Schwartz, Rubicon Labs, Samsung, SecureRF, Silex Inside, Software Design Solutions, Soracom, ST Microelectronics, Synopsys, Tag-Connect, Texas Instruments, Toradex, Virtium, WinSystems, wolfSSL



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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 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 Chairs

Pete Singer

Pete Singer, Editor-in-Chief - Conference Chair of the IoT DevCon events, Pete also oversees the editorial operations of Electronic Systems Design Engineering (incorporating Chip Design) and Solid State Technology. In addition, he is the conference chair of The ConFab, our successful conference and networking event now in its 15th year. Pete has been covering the electronics industry for more than 36 years and has written over 200 articles on all aspects of electronics design, the IoT, security, artificial intelligence, semiconductor manufacturing, test and packaging. He holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.

Lynnette Reese

Lynnette Reese, Editor-in-Chief - Conference Co-chair of the IoT DevCon events, Lynnette is the Editor-in-Chief of Embedded Intel® Solutions, Embedded Systems Engineering and She has been working in various roles as an electrical engineer for over two decades including being part of the technical staff at Mouser and working for over 20 years in technical marketing in embedded hardware and software with Texas Instruments, Freescale, and Cypress Semiconductor. Lynnette started her career as an applications engineer at Johnson Controls. She holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Louisiana State University.








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