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This is the Sched for the IoTFuse Workshop Series Only. To view the seminar schedule for the Conference Day (April 25th), click here: https://iotfuseconference2019.sched.com/
Tuesday, April 23 • 8:00am - 10:00am
Voice Control for Industrial Applications LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

How This Fits Into IoT 
Over the recent two years, voice control has emerged as perhaps the most enticing new way to interact with the internet.  Building off of the concept of, “The World is Not a Desktop,” discussed in previous IoT Fuse Conferences, what was once a dream of interacting and manipulating industrial, agricultural, or business operations through voice commands is now within immediate reach through simple, easy to access tools. 

What Attendees Do
Using a Digi XBee3® Category M Cellular device, we are going to use some MicroPython code to enable your own Amazon Echo Alexa-enabled thermostat.  This could be applied to any home smart hub, but for the purpose of the class, this would be using an Echo. 

Learning Objectives 
Understand and get exposed to MicroPython, a wonderful IoT language!
See how to build a cellular-enabled voice-controlled IoT device, which could extend into a myriad of industrial applications.
A brief discussion on why one may select Category M as opposed to other cellular protocols. 

What Attendees Bring 
Preferably a Windows Laptop to make things easier, but we can accommodate Mac/Linux if needed. We will provide everything else.  You should make sure you have administrative rights on the laptop or at least the ability to plug in and add a new device to the system.  Basically, you are going to be adding a new USB-based serial port to the environment. 

Attendee Preparation Work (Downloads, Reading) 
None 

Knowledge Required 
We are not going to be actively doing any programming, everything will be set up in chunks so you should be able to put everything together.  Having pre-knowledge in python will be helpful so you can move quicker, but there will be no serious development work, just showing attendees how to, “put the bricks together,” so that it works.
 
Pre-class Set-up 
Just check out our notes about laptop type above and ensure that you have the capability to add a device through the USB serial port.
 
What Attendees Receive 
Participants would walk away with a Digi XBee3® Cellular LTE-M/NB-IoT Development Kit with 30MB of data or six months of service.

Link to Image of Giveaway if Applicable 
https://www.digi.com/products/embedded-systems/cellular-modems/xbee3-cellular-lte-m-nb-iot 

Links and Additional Reading Material 
TBD

Admins
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Cameron Haegle

Solution Sales Engineer, Digi International
https://www.linkedin.com/in/cameron-haegle-41234b8/


Tuesday April 23, 2019 8:00am - 10:00am
UST Room #407 46 S 11TH ST Minneapolis, MN 55403

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