Nowadays it is very common that everyday objects are connected to the internet: Internet of Things. Electronics have become so small and cheap that even a clothes peg can have an internet connection. But how does that work?
During the next 5G Masterclass on Thursday, September 19, Rudi Niemeijer of Testconsultancy Group tells more about the Internet of Things in practice.
The 5G Masterclass starts at 4 p.m. and lasts until 6 p.m. Walk in from 3.30 pm.
Location: Digital Society Hub, Zernikepark 10, 9747 AN Groningen.
Entrance is free.
Parking is available at the Digital Society Hub. Due to possible crowds, we recommend to come by bicycle if this is possible. Register in time to be sure of a place!
Main language: Dutch
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