Applied Informatics @ Sierra Wireless Developer Day 2014

| October 20, 2014

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During Sierra Wireless Developer Day 2014, Günter from Applied Informatics presents a Javascript framework to develop applications for M2M and IoT systems.
Günter demonstrates it on a simple Legato embedded application running a web server on a Sierra Wireless WP7 dev kit, that sends data wirelessly to AirVantage M2M Cloud.

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