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Electric Imp has a big EmbeddedWorld 2017 presence at four partner booths: Arrow, ST Microelectronics, Cypress, and Murata. For more information, see our blog

Hugo Fiennes, our co-founder and CEO, and myself are also doing several sessions with live demos of our latest technologies explaining how you can rapidly build and deploy industrial-strength IoT solutions using Electric Imp:

Tuesday, March 13:

  • 12:00-12:45, Cypress theatre (Hall 4A-148): IIoT using LoRa Gateway integration with Electric Imp and IBM Watson IoT
  • 15:00-15:45, ST Microelectronics forum (Hall 4A-238): Secure IoT: using Electric Imp to deploy and scale your applications successfully

Wednesday, March 14:

  • 12:00-12:45, Cypress theatre (Hall 4A-148): Simplifying IoT Prototyping with Electric Imp imp005-ez

Thursday, March 15:

  • 12:00-12:45, Cypress theatre (Hall 4A-148): IIoT using LoRa Gateway integration with Electric Imp and IBM Watson IoT
  • 16:00-16:45, Cypress theatre (Hall 4A-148): Simplifying IoT Prototyping with Electric Imp imp005-ez

See you there!


— Terrence

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Next week, the embedded industry descends on Nuremberg, Germany, for the annual embeddedworld conference. 

In driving the “Device to Data Center” vision, Oracle has yet again increased its presence at the show:


You will find Oracle’s large booth located in hall 5, booth #134.


The Oracle presence is built around a total of six end-to-end demos which all integrate into Oracle’s “Device to Data Center” vision. The demos include intelligent embedded edge devices, mobile phones and tablets, gateways, databases, event processing and service bus functionality, end-to-end communication and security, and enterprise infrastructure, integration, and applications.

The demos highlight a variety of use cases ranging from intelligent home, building control, security management, healthcare and health monitoring, home gateway scenarios, to asset tracking and monitoring.


Our partners at the booth are Deutsche Telekom, Freescale, and Arkessa – who are showcasing products and services built around Java and Oracle products.


My colleagues and I are presenting four talks on topics across the Java embedded space (for the full conference program, see here):

Feb 26:

  • Harnessing the Explosion of Advanced Microcontrollers with Embedded Java, 16:30 (session 2)

Feb 27:

  • A New Platform for Ubiquitous Computing: Oracle Java ME Embedded, 16:00 (session 10)
  • Developing with Security for Java Embedded Devices, 14:30 (session 17)
  • Java SE Embedded Development Made Easy, 16:45 (session 10)

Feb 28:

  • Java-Based Home Gateway for the Intelligent Energy Grid of the Future, 11:00 (session 27)


A number of Oracle executives and experts will be available throughout the show, so please stop by if you have any questions or you want to learn more about Java embedded and Oracle products and technologies.

See you next week in Nuremberg!


— Terrence

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