Peter was given the challenge of producing a low cost customer tracking solution for the Microsoft Technology Centre in Sydney.
The team was astounded at how he made a working prototype in just 3 days, using open source technology, RFID tags and Azure IoT services.
Watch this presentation and see how you can do it too!
About the speakers
Peter Cole, Technical Solutions Professional for Azure app development. He has a very diverse background in electrical engineering and naturally gravitated to IoT solutions.
Combining his passion of electronics with his development skills allows him to rapidly prototype solutions on the Azure platform.
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