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Thursday, May 25 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Smart Buttons for Cheap Electronics - How I brought my car into the Internet of Things

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Newer cars tout smart features that allow owners to start or track their cars over the internet, but what are owners of pre-smart era cars to do? Adding wifi or cellular micro controllers to the car's key fob is not technically challenging and puts the owner in control of the features, pricing, and security of their car.  

Transportation business models can be generated or enriched by the internet of things. Learning how easy it is to add smart functionality to off-the-shelf devices could present serious cost savings.

PCB design and associated electrical engineering costs can be expensive to consider for bringing a finished product into the internet of things. By interfacing micro controllers with already developed products by hard wiring (like I will present in my presentation) or through an added 'smart port', consumers can choose to add smart features to industry products and industry can market the smart add-on separately. 


Thursday May 25, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT
#ChaseBasecamp - 2W | Masonic Temple 500 Temple Street, Detroit, MI 48201