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Digi’s Data Sensing Lab at O’Reilly’s Strata Conference & NYC Data Week

Join us next week, Tuesday, October 23 – Thursday, October 25, for NYC Data Week and O’Reilly’s Strata Conference as we host the Data Sensing Lab.

The event will take place at the New York Hilton, Rhinelander North.
1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY, 10019
As a part of NYC Data Week, this event is open and free to the public.

Digi International’s Collaborative Strategy Leader, Rob Faludi will be joined by Alasdair Allan of Babilim Light Industries to give attendees a taste of the super-connected world that’s ahead of all of us. You can follow real-time updates and see photos on the Data Sensing Lab’s Google+ Page.

“By instrumenting the conference environment with basic off-the-shelf sensors and mesh networking, we will observe and report on the conference, and generate interesting sociological data from the distributed sensor network.

This data will then be analyzed in real time at Strata, with the results presented in the keynote sessions. From hardware and software, to data analysis and visualization the project will give the attendees a taste of their lives in a more measured and quantified world.”

What is Data Week

NYC Data Week celebrates and explores the people, industries, and organizations using data to fuel innovation in New York City. Spanning five days, Data Week events include a Startup Showcase with Fred Wilson and Tim O’Reilly, Ignite NYC @Strata, a hackathon, numerous meetups, and more. Unless otherwise noted, NYC Data Week events are free to attend.

Will you be attending Strata and Data Week? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter. We’d love to meet you. You can learn more about Strata on their website, Facebook and Twitter.

Wondering what other events you should attend? Here’s a full list of upcoming Internet of Things, M2M and Data Conferences and Events.

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