What happens when the digital service that powers your favourite smart product stops working? You are often left with a beautiful but lifeless pobject. But in special cases communities form that bring your smart darling back to life. In this Thingscon Salon on May 16th we want to learn from these IoT voodoo-masters.
You might have followed the journey of ThingsCon over the past five years: from a two-day conference on hardware entrepreneurship in 2014, to a series of community-driven events all over the globe, from a small group of friends in Berlin to a broad and global community of peers that work toward ethical and connected technologies. […]
or click below to The ThingsCon report The State of Responsible IoT is an annual collection of essays by experts from the ThingsCon community. You can find all other year’s issues in our publications section. The State of Responsible IoT 2018 With the Riot Report 2018 we want to investigate the current state of responsible IoT. In […]
At this year’s ThingsCon we will have our second edition of the student IoT Talent Award. Enter your project and you can win a nice award and attention for you work. How does it work? You apply to be part of the Talent AwardsWhen you meet the requirements you project will be part of the […]
We look back at a great edition of ThingsCon in Rotterdam last December. We taped all plenary talks and made a bunch of pictures. Please check them out. Some impressions of the first day. See more at our Flickr. We have a great after-movie, and all talks at our YouTube. In the media Before the […]
Summary: For Mozilla, we explored the potentials and challenges of a trustmark for the Internet of Things (IoT). That research is now publicly available. Update 2018: We’re happy to announce that we’re preparing to launch a trustmark for IoT based on the research of this report. Learn more about the Trustable Tech mark at trustabletech.org. f […]
The ThingsCon report The State of Responsible IoT is an annual collection of essays by experts from the ThingsCon community. With the Riot Report 2018 we want to investigate the current state of responsible IoT. In this report we explore observations, questions, concerns and hopes from practitioners and researchers alike. The authors share the challenges and opportunities […]
6 & 7 December our yearly conference is planned. We will be in Rotterdam this year, at BlueCity, a venue that really fits ThingsCon we think. We will have about 10 keynote talks and more than 20 sessions planned. Next to that we will have an even more interactive demo-market with not only companies showing […]
At ThingsCon, we gather to discuss and show how we can make technology work for everyone rather than a few, and build trustable and responsible connected products & services.