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5 Steps to Developing Killer M2M Apps


5 Steps to Developing Killer M2M Apps

Date / Time
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Time: 8:00 am PT / 11:00 am ET
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Duration
1 hour

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Dr. Dobb's Webinar

Overview

Register now to learn how you can start building killer M2M apps for connected products. Hear Dr. Dobb’s and M2M experts from Axeda show you how to build and deploy these applications in 5 steps:

  1. Connect your product to the Axeda Platform using Internet, cellular, or satellite communication methods for data transfer.
  2. Process product data using threshold rules, expression rules, state machines, and scripts.
  3. Build a rich Internet application in HTML, HTML 5, Flash, Silverlight, AJAX or other languages and deploy them easily with cloud-based services, enabling users to interact with your connected product.
  4. Use Location-Based Services and geofences to locate and track your products and react to changes in location.
  5. Integrate with enterprise applications, such as CRM, ERP, or billing systems, using Web Services for two-way communications.

Register now.

Featured Speakers:

Joseph Biron, Senior Architect & Technology Evangelist, Axeda

Dan Murphy, Director, Axeda Developer Connection, Axeda


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