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<entry-title>Sensored Meetup #10: Data! APIs! Standards!</entry-title>

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Lemnos Labs, 85 Bluxome Street, San Francisco, CA
Sensored Meetup #10: Data! APIs! Standards!

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At this meetup, we're going to have 4 speakers and a panel discussion focused on different aspects of data. What are the different ways to access data from a sensor device, and what are the tradeoffs?

Data, data everywhere. Now what?

We, the community working with sensors and data, have many open questions and challenges. It's an exciting time to be in this field, but there are a lot of things we're still trying to figure out. We're not going to give out solutions here; the goal is to initiate a conversation about common problems we face. Then we can talk about how to solve them, in an ongoing iterative way.



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Things we talked about:

  • What is and how old is the oldest device you have with you that you're using?
    • Key fob
  • What is and how old is the oldest software you're running?
    • ...
  • What is and how old is the oldest piece of your own data you have?
    • ...

Rachel's questions: I can't get access to my data.

  • What's the best way to deal with data accessibility, from a technical and from a business perspective?

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