(Last Updated: September 9, 2020)

SilLabs Virtual Meeting - looks at Hub that failed........



  • General Information - I thought some of the regulars would like to register. Links down the bottom,Interesting that they are looking into the failures....wonder if there will be any mention of you know what.....

    Z-Wave Works With Amazon, Google, Samsung, Apple, Comcast Virtual Conference
    by DrZWave
    Silicon Labs is hosting what was intended to be an in-person conference in Austin Texas but is now a virtual online conference on IoT ecosystems - the Works With Smart Home Developer Event September 9-10. The best part is it is now FREE to attend any of the in-depth technical sessions and you don't have to wear a mask. The downside is that we don't get to experience all that great music down in Austin - well, there's always next year!

    Virtual IoT Works With EcoSystems from Google, Amazon, Apple for Z-Wave development engineers

    I am hosting the Z-Wave track and will be making several presentations including a detailed look at Silicon Labs latest release of Simplicity Studio V5 which just came out yesterday. We'll also have presentations on developing Z-Wave Smart Hubs and Z-Wave Certification. I'll also be describing some IoT failures - you learn more from your failures than your successes. We have speakers and engineers from all of the ecosystem partners, not just Silicon Labs folks. Learn from the experts from across the industry!

    What is Works With 2020? The smart home developer’s virtual event where you will have the opportunity to interact with our ecosystem partners from Amazon, Google, Samsung, and Z-Wave to connect devices, platforms and protocols and be able to immerse yourself in keynotes, a panel discussion on Project CHIP, hands-on, and technical sessions led by smart home engineers who are building the latest advanced IoT devices. The Works With event is live, all-online, free of charge, and you can join from anywhere around the world.

    Works With Z-Wave Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung IoT SmartHome conference 2020
    Click here to Register Today and feel free to forward to the rest of your team.

    Here’s an overview of what you won’t want to miss:

    Specialized Engineer-Led Tracks – Educational sessions and technical training designed for engineers, executives, developers, business development and product managers.

    Hands-On Workshops More than 12 workshops and hands-on sessions to give you experience, knowledge and confidence to develop and accelerate smart home development.

    One-on-One Developer Meetings – Schedule a meeting with Silicon Labs or an ecosystem partner to get 1:1 technical guidance.

    Join me in September and learn how to smoothly get your IoT device plugged into any and all of the ecosystem partners. Register today, it's totally free and you can join from anywhere in the world. See you September!

    DrZWave | July 30, 2020 at 8:22 pm | Tags: WorksWith | Categories: 700 series, Best Practice, Coding Guides, News, Presentations, Summit, Z-Wave Controllers, Z-Wave Developers, Z-Wave Mesh, Z-Wave Network, Z-Wave Slaves, Z-Wave Users | URL: https://wp.me/p6tsK6-o5
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  • Thanks for that. Signed up to a few sessions. Not clear to be where 'failures' would be discussed... did I miss something? Must go back and take a closer look.



  • Wonder why ezlo, the biggest, the best, is not a sponsor or attender 🙂



  • If you want to talk about failures and it was my company that had to admit defeat with existing FW, then I wouldn't want to be present either. 🙂



  • Rather disappointed with the just-finished "How to Build a Gateway" session...

    ...perhaps the only marginally interesting bit was that they were advocating Raspberry Pi!



  • It was in the wrong time zone for me, middle of the night. Sounds like I didn't miss much.
    I use RaspPi's a lot and like the flexibility they have.
    With the price of SSD's now it's more feasible to ditch the SD Card and boot from it.
    I have a 340GB that cost me next to nothing which I plan to add to my test Homeseer Controller after our lockdown ends.


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