Telit DevCon 2011 to Connect Industry Experts with Embedded Application Developers Ahead of CTIA Enterprise & Applications
Telit Wireless Solutions, Inc., an internationally leading specialist in machine-to-machine (M2M) technology, announced today its inaugural M2M developers conference, Telit DevCon 2011, set to take place in San Diego on October 10 at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Preceding CTIA Enterprise & Applications, Telit DevCon 2011 is a one-day forum that will connect M2M application engineers with industry experts, offering educational sessions and insights for developing embedded cellular devices. Keynote speaker Robin Duke-Woolley of Beecham Research will kick off the conference as one of many M2M leaders lending their perspectives on this booming sector.
“Telit DevCon comes at a critical point in the M2M industry, as overall market growth and the rapid uptake of vertical applications, such as mobile health devices and in-vehicle infotainment systems, calls for technology experts like Telit to educate developers and provide guidance in navigating the complex M2M value chain,” said Duke-Woolley, founder and CEO of Beecham Research Ltd.
At Telit DevCon 2011, attendees will come to understand the intricacies and challenges of developing M2M devices and learn how to leverage the module maker’s technology for connected applications from Telit’s trusted and experienced engineers. Sessions on a wide range of M2M topics will include carrier selection, best practices for cellular development and maintaining cost efficiencies in device design.
“Cellular technology provides the greatest opportunity for companies to create a broad spectrum of innovative M2M applications unbound by geographic constraints,” said Mike Ueland, vice president and general manager of Telit Wireless Solutions North America. “Telit DevCon is an ideal opportunity for both engineers and executives to gain the business insights and technical tools necessary to successfully launch M2M applications that will bring value to their customers.”
Registration is now open. For more information, please visit the Telit DevCon 2011 event website.