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All Along the RTOS

Wearable Software that Makes IoT Tick
In this week’s fish fry, we get down into the nitty gritty details of real time operating systems for wearable devices. Kim Rowe (founder and CEO of RoweBots) joins Fish Fry to discuss the future of machine-to-machine communication, the evolution of sensor technology, and the biggest challenges we face when tackling an RTOS for M2M designs.

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