Philly ETE 2019 – Maggie Bosak – In the world of IoT, wireless transports are not created equal

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Abstract

So you want to connect a “thing”…. or many “things”? In this journey, you need to make a very important decision (among many): which wireless protocol is right for your use case and how do you choose your platform? At the end of the day, no matter how good your application, if you don’t have reliable connectivity, you just have a [dumb] thing!

In this talk, we’ll cover the details of LoRa, how it works, what makes it special, discuss well fit use cases and poorly fit use cases — it all comes down to the application and its specific communication needs. We’ll also talk about what an IoT platform really is and how to choose one based on current and future business needs.

About Maggie Bosak

Maggie Bosak is the Product Technology Lead at MachineQ where she’s enthusiastically focused on the development and deployment of hardware and software for MachineQ’s best in class enterprise IoT platform. Maggie’s experiences span the commercial and aerospace industries where she’s worked in hardware development and deployment, software program and project management, and now focuses on product development.

Maggie holds an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a BS in the same from our local and awesome Rowan University.