Senior Lecturer at DOED department Galkin Pavlo participated in the TechWave meetup from Waverley Software
05.12.2019 Senior Lecturer at DOED department Galkin Pavlo participated in the first TechWave meetup from Waverley Software on the Internet of Things.
There were interesting reports on Silicon Valley IoT projects and the challenges that have come up with developing IoT solutions.
There was also a hands-on lecture on setting up a smart home using voice.
The speakers were: Sergey Korol – QA Automation Geek and Java fan with more than 10 years of experience in software testing, QA Automation Competence Lead at Waverley Software.
During the report “Voice-Controlled Smart Home: Myth or Reality?”, Sergei showed How to set up voice control of a smart home at home independently:
How to integrate cheap ESP8266 chips with common devices?
Why can tactile interaction with existing internal devices be uncomfortable?
How can voice interfaces improve our lives?
Comparing Alexa vs Google Home vs Self-hosted ASR
The second report was from Sergey Rossokha – Solutions Architect, CTO Office Representative at Waverley Software. Sergei shared the story of one IoT project, from design to implementation at the presentation of “IoT Project: Architect`s Adventures”.