ET SIG: Self Configuring Wireless Sensor Networks
...and The WallFlower Systems Story: Wireless Digital Picture Frames
Smart Dust and TinyOS, Self-Configuring Wireless Sensor Networks
The talk will be an overview of TinyOS, an embedded operating system developed at UC Berkeley for programming wireless sensor networks, including theory and examples.
Wireless Digital Picture Frames
A brief, light hearted Insight into todays startup companies and their challenges will lead into a discussion of the potential value of the new product, and a demonstration. Attendees with 802 equipped laptops are encouraged to bring them and participate.
About the Presenters
Mike Horton, CEO, Crossbow
Graduated UC Berkeley 1996 with MSEE and focus in use of MEMS sensor technology. Started Crossbow immediately thereafter with focus on making sensors more ubiquitous.
Gordon Clyne, Wallflower Systems
Gordon Clyne, a 25 year veteran of the computer industry with many years at networking companies in europe, 8 years at Apple locations around the world, seven years in the valley, most recently at Palm, is now at a new startup, Wallflower systems, doing the sort of things that he has always been keen on, like recycling, high tech, software, imaging, wireless and creative talents in what can only be described as a unique blend of both modern technology and hand crafted products.
Cubberley Community Center
4000 Middlefield Road, Room H-1
Palo Alto, CA
$15 at the door for non-SDForum members
No charge for SDForum members
Free to sofTECH members for the month of July
Please call 408.494.8378 for student memberships
No registration required
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