Top 5 Things to Consider When Developing an M2M Solution
Wednesday July 24, 2013 12:00 PM ET/ 9:00 AM PT

Developing and deploying a Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solution is much different than launching a Web application. There are unique device communication patterns, distinct security profiles, and far-reaching implications around data normalization and fan-out strategies. Connected products can take on a number of different forms, and planning is essential. Join Axeda and Modus in this first customer spotlight series focused on building M2M solutions.

Join Axeda and Modus to learn more about the top five:
  • Understand the types of M2M edge devices and their applicability to various use cases
  • Understand the security challenges for collecting and transmitting machine data
  • Understand data normalization and transcoding into business domain data
  • Learn how to orchestrate real-time and batch business processes with a M2M platform
  • Discover the common pitfalls M2M solution implementers encounter

Who should attend:
  • Developers
  • Engineers
  • Solution Architects
  • Line of Business Managers

Joe Biron
Vice President, Technology and Innovation

Joe Biron has worked as a software engineer, architect, and technology leader for more than 15 years. An expert in machine-to-machine (M2M) platform and application technology, Joe is responsible for running cross-functional initiatives that drive technical strategies across the company and served as Senior Architect during the design and implementation of Axeda's award-winning cloud platform. Joe also leads the Axeda Innovationeers – a group that enables both new and existing customers to get the most out of M2M through innovative applications and enterprise integrations, all built on the Axeda Platform. Joe holds a B.S. degree in computer science from University of Massachusetts Dartmouth.

Nathan George
VP Fleet Technology

Nathan George, VP of Fleet Technology at Modus, is dedicated to using wireless technology and a culture of Open Innovation to create solutions that bring real business value to customers. He brings over 12 years of sales and business development experience in cellular wireless data solutions including work with cellular router manufacturers, wireless carriers and mobile application companies, and has led deployments of multiple UBI solutions with insurance carriers. Nathan proudly holds an MBA in Management of Technology from Georgia Tech…Go Jackets!

Doug Barney
TMCnet Editor at Large

Doug Barney has been a technology journalist for nearly 30 years. Doug was the founding editor of Redmond Magazine, Redmond Channel Partner, Redmond Developer News and Virtualization Review, and served as Editorial Director for Visual Studio magazine. Doug also served as Executive Editor of Network World, Editor in Chief of AmigaWorld, and Editor in Chief of Network Computing. Barney also reported for ComputerWorld and InfoWorld. Doug has been a frequent guest on CNN, CNNfn, NECN, and NPR commenting on PC and networking technologies.