Last this week ThingForward was at the 2017 Digital Hub Bonn Summer Slam with colleagues from the University of Cologne, demonstrating their impressive Water Leakage Detection and Prevention Prototype.
Exciting insights into the world of IoT and the linking of theory and practice in the course of real pioneering work during actual prototyping at the 2-days Workshop and Hackathon of ThingForward at Nexum, Cologne.
Andreas Schmidt - Head of Technology at ThingForward - introduced the latest product development called SLYFT in the Arena of Solutions during the 5th Zukunftskongress Staat und Verwaltung in Berlin, Germany.
On 1st June Edgar Jager enters the management board of ThingForward as a Chief Commercial Officer.
After their third agile embedded sprint, the team of six students at University of Cologne finished their Guided Project’s IoT/Embedded part, a demo’ed their prototype last week!
Last week we held our first webinar about Software developement and tooling for the Internet of Things. We’d like to share the links and pointers to additional resources.
At TH Cologne’s „Guided Project“, with Slyft, two agile sprints are moving into one. Students work in lab environment on an IoT device solutions. ThingForward supported the project with a 2-day deep dive workshop IoT prototyping, IoT architecture and IoT protocol fundamentals, as well as component and software development.
"The support of ThingForward provided us with a good start in the project. It only took two days to build the first devices equipped with CoAP interfaces,“ said Prof. Bente. "This despite the fact that the students had no prior experience in the IoT area.“
New partner for engineering services in the partner portfolio of ThingForward.
New Version of slyft Software now available online at slyft.io
As the third member of the Advisory Board, Holger Wellner brings with him a deep understanding of the German IoT scene.
As the newest member of the Advisory Board, IETF member and IPv6 expert Benedikt Stockebrand gives the board a high level of technology know-how.
Michael Schuller substantially adds to ThingForward skills in terms of supporting the development of technology-driven business models.
With slyft.io, ThingForward has now put a demo version of its game-changing tool online.