Ubuntu at Internet of Things World 2019

Internet of Things World

Date: May 13/16
Location: Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Booth: 1708

Four years ago Canonical launched Ubuntu Core at Internet of Things World. The last four years have seen Ubuntu not only build a name for itself in IoT but also impose itself as a leading Embedded Linux, as highlighted in the latest Eclipse Developer survey.

  • Autonomous vehicles and robots
  • Digital signage, retail analytics and smart screens
  • Industrial and commercial analytics
  • Networking equipment

You can also see Ubuntu in action as part of the following demos:

  • Edge analytics on EdgeX Foundry with Dell Edge Gateway
  • Edge analytics using AWS Greengrass and the Rigado gateway

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