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Digesting Data and Making Our Algorithms Smarter

MEMS, LoRa and the Next Decade of Sensing

In this week’s Fish Fry, we take a closer look at three waves of technological advancement in the MEMS and sensors ecosystem with Marcellino Gemelli of Bosch Sensortec. Marcellino and I discuss what vision, value, and velocity have to do with the next decade of sensor technology, and why more data does not necessarily mean more information. Keeping with our IoT theme this week, Kevin Bromber (CEO – myDevices) also joins Fish Fry to introduce us to the world’s first LoRa™ IoT project builder.  

 

 

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