Modular M2M Architecture
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 | 2pm ET | 11am PT
If you are looking for M2M technology to help control or monitor something, there are a lot of solutions available. But how do you choose? This webinar will detail the top three best practices to help you select a cost effective M2M solution and streamline product development. We will also review the five most critical components of a complete M2M solution. Common implementation pitfalls will be reviewed, and tips on how to avoid them. Although the M2M market is relatively young, we will review several current and upcoming technology standards to help simplify product development.
What Attendees will learn about:
Who should attend:
- Recommended selection process for M2M solutions
- Critical components of an M2M solution
- Common M2M implementation pitfalls, and tips to avoid them
- M2M solution developers
- System Integrators and VARs
- IT Managers
Director of Product Management & Business Development, Systech Corporation
Robert Lutz is the director of product management and business development at Systech Corporation. Mr. Lutz is responsible for the development and launch of new products and ecosystem partner relationships at Systech. Previously, Mr. Lutz was a product director at LSI, responsible for DPI network security devices. Mr. Lutz has also held engineering, product management, and marketing positions at Iomega, Hifn, and National Semiconductor. Mr. Lutz has presented at various conferences and technical seminars, directed marketing activities for the Storage Network Industry Association (SNIA), and participated in technical standards activities for IEEE and ANSI. Mr. Lutz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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