IOT WORKSHOP WITH HACKSTER: REMOTELY CONTROL ESP8266 WITH KAA

KaaIoT

In case you have missed the webinar our friends at Hackster.io hosted last Thursday on Remote Control of Espressif ESP8266 with Android using Kaa, here is the video recording. Our CTO, Andrew Kokhanovskyi, was invited as a guest to the weekly hackster workshop series.He used an Android-based demo application, available in the Kaa Sandbox as GPIO controller, to remotely switch GPIO pins on an ESP8266 board.
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Spotlight

If the rapid adoption of the Internet is any indication to go by, the Internet of Things (IoT) will indeed be the next big thing for customers and businesses alike. The interconnectedness between everything is a concept that captured the imagination of millions, and opened up possibilities like never before. Today as most industries flirt with the idea of IoT, and some actually apply it quite successfully, the opportunity is ripe for the banking industry as well to play in the IoT space. Customers are looking for always-on convenience and this is no surprise. IoT, applied right can actually transform customer experiences and make them more personalized, contextual and relevant. But how does a bank begin to construct its IoT strategy? How can it actually craft IoT-based products that benefit customers? Interestingly, there is a formula for it! Finacle’s segmentation model is a strategic approach for banks to identify use cases that will deliver customer value, all the while keeping in mind the bank’s unique context.


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If the rapid adoption of the Internet is any indication to go by, the Internet of Things (IoT) will indeed be the next big thing for customers and businesses alike. The interconnectedness between everything is a concept that captured the imagination of millions, and opened up possibilities like never before. Today as most industries flirt with the idea of IoT, and some actually apply it quite successfully, the opportunity is ripe for the banking industry as well to play in the IoT space. Customers are looking for always-on convenience and this is no surprise. IoT, applied right can actually transform customer experiences and make them more personalized, contextual and relevant. But how does a bank begin to construct its IoT strategy? How can it actually craft IoT-based products that benefit customers? Interestingly, there is a formula for it! Finacle’s segmentation model is a strategic approach for banks to identify use cases that will deliver customer value, all the while keeping in mind the bank’s unique context.

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