Golgi announced that CTO Brian Kelly will discuss “Bridging The Divide Between The Embedded and The Mobile World” at the Internet of Things World 2015 Conference in San Francisco, May 12 to 13. The presentation will occur on the Ecosystem Center Stage at Moscone West, San Francisco, 4:30 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, May 12.
The Internet of Things (IoT) market is expected to reach over 50 billion devices by 2020. This explosion of devices has set two software disciplines on a collision course. As the embedded devices emerge into a connected world, the tools and techniques for that world are different from what they have been used to using. Similarly, the mobile and web tools and techniques are completely unsuited to the embedded world. However, successful IoT solutions will need to leverage both of these fields effectively; however finding teams or individuals with expertise in both is difficult. Simply bolting two teams together also doesn’t work as an “impedance mismatch” of expectations and understanding will exist between them. Kelly will address these challenges and will discuss how a new set of services will allow these teams to work together, minimizing the mismatch and leading to shorter time to market and more innovative solutions.
Golgi’s CTO Brian Kelly speaking at Internet of Things World Conference
“Bridging The Divide Between The Embedded and The Mobile World”
Ecosystem Center Stage, Moscone West, 800 Howard Street (At corner of 4th St. and Howard St.) San Francisco, CA 94103
Tuesday, May 12, 4:30 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. PDT
Golgi recently entered into the IoT market with a developer kit solution that enables faster and easier development of the IoT products. The company supports native Arduino and Intel® Edison endpoints, making the power and simplicity of Golgi-based interactions available to IoT developers.
Prior to Golgi’s solution, device developers have had only two options; build code from the ground up for all device endpoints, compliance standards and transport methods, or they could employ multiple solutions to help develop each type of code. Golgi’s managed connectivity service is the first complete solution for the problems IoT developers encounter when dealing with multiple codes. Device manufacturers and application developers come from two different worlds, and they do not speak the same languages (codes); Golgi’s solution brings these worlds together by translating their languages.
Golgi is a cloud service for connectivity and data transport that substantially decreases time to market for delivering IoT solutions. Golgi’s IoT standards-compliant service is comprised of an intelligent delivery engine to manage the data between endpoints, a data contract to formalize interactions between devices, apps and servers. Golgi supports transport within iOS, Android, Web Applications, NodeJS, Server-side Java, WiFi, Ethernet, Serial and SMS. Plus, Golgi enables multilayered security for data transport that allows a developer to define custom security protocols. Golgi is backed by Openmind Networks, a communication platform deployed in over 120 sites across 30 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North America. Developers can register for free to use Golgi’s platform and tools to power their apps and connected devices. For more information, please visit http://www.golgi.io.