Let’s Talk IoT Devices: Sony’s Spresense

Let’s Talk IoT Devices: Sony’s Spresense
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Let’s Talk IoT Devices: Sony’s Spresense

Have you discovered the development capabilities of Sony’s powerful Spresense? It’s a high-performance microcontroller board with hi-res audio, camera input, internal GPS, and Edge AI support, coupled with the power of cellular IoT connectivity. And it’s a game-changer for IoT developers.

In the next episode of our Let’s Talk IoT Devices webinar series, we look at the ins and outs of Sony’s Spresense microcontroller board and why developers, CTOs and technical founders are using Spresense for applications in a range of industries.

Join us live with Soracom IoT Device Product Manager Dora Terjek and our special guest Camila Souza, Senior Partner Engineer at Sony, to learn:

  • ✅ 5 features IoT developers love about the Spresense
  • ✅ How the Spresense enables AI development
  • ✅ Target applications and use cases
  • ✅ Connecting Spresense over cellular LTE-M
  • ✅ Getting started with Spresense

When: Tuesday, December 13th – 2 pm GMT / 9 am EST

Can’t make it on the day? Register anyway and we’ll send you a recording of the webinar afterward.

Speakers

Let’s Talk IoT Devices: Sony’s Spresense

Dora Terjek

IoT Device Product Manager

Dora is an IoT Product Manager with over 10 years of experience in the telecommunications industry. She is responsible for building up Soracom's device strategy and hardware portfolio outside of Japan. Dora has been focusing on driving the commercial business strategy and IoT product roadmap at OEMs like Deutsche Telekom and Telia Company prior to joining Soracom.

Let’s Talk IoT Devices: Sony’s Spresense

Camila Souza

Senior Partner Engineer

Camila is an experienced Embedded Engineer with a master's degree in Machine Learning. Previously, she worked in the automotive industry with projects focus on robotics and artificial intelligence. Currently, works at Sony and hopes to contribute to Sony’s Spresense by creating demos, writing tutorials, and supporting the developer forum.