ThingsCon is a two-day conference about the future of the hardware business ranging from Internet of Things, wearables and connected devices to 3D printing and new manufacturing techniques. In talks, workshops and intimate sessions, an international line-up of top notch speakers will cover everything it takes to grow a hardware product from prototype to scaling business - and help participants build the companies of tomorrow.
Join us to see the future of hardware! Regular tickets are now on sale for 370 EUR (incl. VAT).
Alexandra is an interaction and product designer based in London. Among many other things, she is the founder of the Good Night Lamp, consults under designswarm and co-founded Internet of People as well as The Public Interest.
Usman is founding partner of Umbrellium and founder of Haque Design + Research as well as the founder of Pachube (now known as Xively.com, acquired by LogMeIn Inc in 2011), a real-time data infrastructure and community for the Internet of Things.
Brady is Vice President at Highway1, PCH International’s incubator program. A prolific speaker and maker on the geek scene, Brady can be found at speaking engagements around the world or inventing new forms of transportation at Burning Man.
Intel's Galileo development board is the first product in a new family of Arduino-compatible development boards featuring Intel architecture. The workshop will examine the possibilities and boundaries of this new breed of Arduino boards.
Gawin is CTO at Phonebloks. He has a passion for people, technologies, design and simplicity. And if he's not busy working at Phonebloks he can be often found outdoors.
Miquel takes care of the product and strategy in Fairphone's action areas. At Fairphone he participated in the exciting process to go from non-profit organization to a social enterprise.
Emily traded Physics at Oxford University for Product Design in Brighton, where she created BLAZE to drastically improve cyclist safety and started her own company to realise it.