A three hour workshop will be co-hosted by Hardware Academy and Qoitech, a Sony Group company, which is due to take place in London on November 30th 2017 based on battery life in IoT products.
The workshop will focus on how engineers can optimize IoT products for longer battery life, and will feature Qoitech’s energy optimization tool, Otii.
Created by developers for developers, Otii is easy to use, requires minimal setup, and lets developers measure and analyze energy usage at any stage of product research and development.
The Otii solution comprises a compact and portable measuring unit, Otii Arc, and comprehensive desktop app for Windows, MacOS and Ubuntu.
“Our common goal is to bring hardware developers closer to discovering new and efficient ways of prolonging battery life in IoT devices,” said Vanja Samuelsson, Founder of Qoitech.
Co-founder and CEO of Hardware Academy, David Bellisario, added: “We want to give developers the chance to get hands on with the latest IoT technologies to help speed up product development, whilst also receiving the best technical support directly from the companies who create the technology.”
Tickets are available from the Hardware Academy website, and the deadline to register is 12th November.