You can find the YouTube livestream of the event below.
The Mbed Fest executive committee organized the event.
Sponsors (in no particular order):
- Arm Japan.
- Fuji Electronics Co..
- Junichi Katsu of Uhuru Corporation.
- NADA Electronics.
- NXP Semiconductor Japan.
- Renesas Electronics Corporation.
- Running electronics.
- Seeed Studio Japan.
- STMicroelectronics Japan.
- Switch Science.
A big thanks to all the sponsors for providing give-aways, prizes and development kits for Mbed Fest!
|Opening remarks||Mbed Fest executive committee|
|Mbed ecosystem overview||Arm - Toyomasa Watarai|
|What I learned creating hardware with Mbed||Kiyoshi Abe|
|Enebular web service with Mbed Cloud||Uhuru|
|Image processing on Mbed with GR-Lychee||Kato Daiki of Renesas|
|Advertising industry applications with Mbed||Ryusuke Izumida|
|Mbed Cloud introduction||Austin Blackstone of Arm Mbed|
|Speech recognition keyword spotting with CMSIS NN||Yoshihiro Tsuboi of Seeed Studio Japan|
|FOTA with EVK-ODIN-W2||Hiroaki Ogoshi of Fuji Electronics|
|Creating a new Mbed platform||ChibiTamago of Sakura.io|
|Eagle loves Fusion 360 with micro:bit||Yuki Ota|
The community in Japan had a strong showing with a wide range of projects that ranged from professional deployments to research focused projects to those that were just for fun.
In addition to formal scheduled presentations, we also had a series of 5-minute lightning talks that were open to the community to discuss their ongoing or upcoming projects. The theme this time was open ended.
|Omicro - Open source robot ball||Takuya Ichise|
|How is FOTA done?||ChibiEgg of Sakura.io|
|Uhuru and the Enebular.com IoT platform||Junichi Katsu of Uhuru|
For users who are new to Mbed, we also ran an Intro to Mbed workshop during Mbed Fest and had great turnout from a wide range of professionals. Big thanks to Katsuo san from Uhuru for running this workshop.
At the end of the event, we took a photo with everyone.
Scheduling is tentative for the next Mbed Fest, but it should happen some time this summer in Japan. To keep up to date, follow the event on twitter .
A big thanks to all the partners, sponsors and community members who helped make this event possible and came out. We look forward to seeing everyone at the next event.