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We work with a lot of developers in edge computing, embedded development and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), and you know what we’re finding? The IoT use cases they’re asking us about apply to many lines of business. In other words, most companies have use cases around industrial control, automation, metering, condition monitoring, asset management and tracking. That means a big IoT opportunity for developers and engineers.
The start of a new year is often time to look ahead, to set resolutions, and make bold predictions. In the New Year’s spirit, we wanted to share our crystal ball of how we envision technology playing into the future world of ambient computing in the hopes of putting our Qualcomm Developer Network (QDN) community ahead of the curve. On that same note, I want to give you an insider’s view on what we shared at our Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ Technology Summit last month with a glimpse into how we see the future world of ambient computing.
Integrating Compelling Chatbots In AI Development
Qualcomm Developer Network November Developer of the Month is Tony Tang from Aquila Solutions, based in Suzhou, China.
Aquila is focused on end to end solutions for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Cellular based IoT gateways, modules for the service providers, smart homes, consumer electronics, connected cars and industrial applications.
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