Solid Conference San Francisco 2014: Complete Video Compilation
Experience the revolution at the intersection of hardware and software—and imagine the future
By O'Reilly Media, Inc.
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: June 2014
Run time: 29 hours 19 minutes
Explore the new world where software, hardware, and networking intersect. With this complete video compilation, you’ll get a front-row seat at O’Reilly’s recent Solid 2014 Conference in San Francisco—including every keynote, workshop, and session by experts and entrepreneurs working in robotics, sensor networks, the Internet of Things, the Industrial Internet, the Maker movement, and hardware-oriented startups.
It’s happening all around us right now: homes with smart robots, self-driving cars, personal autonomous drones, locomotives with jet engines. Hardware, software, and networking are fusing into a single fluid entity. Download the Solid video compilation or stream it through our HD player, you’ll discover the possibilities, including:
Companies—Explore what’s working, from getting funding to design and marketing to moving from an early adopter market into the mainstream.
Foundations—Expand your notion of the possible, and learn how radically new products can spring from re-imagining existing services, processes, and machines.
Machines—Focus on how to make intelligent things real, from design and prototyping to manufacturing and shipping.
Society—Examine how to build products and services that improve our communities, personal health, and the world economy.
Tools—Learn the protocols, technologies, and techniques you need to understand to make your ideas become reality.
The Companies track will explore what's working: from getting funding to design and marketing to moving from an early adopter market into the mainstream - and how to build a culture of continuous innovation to sustain and grow your business.
How to Build a Great Hardware Brand - Rob Coneybeer 17m 56s
Beyond the Early Adopter, When IOT Cracks Mainstream - Alex Hawkinson 17m 43s
Building a Hardware MVP - Ben Einstein 19m 34s
Closing the Data-Loop - Daniel Koffler 20m 07s
Designing IoT Services with Cadences' in Mind - Zachary Pousman 17m 23s
How Lockitron Successfully Raised $2.2 Million on Its Own Crowdfunding Platform and How You Can Too - Cameron Robertson 15m 59s
Innovate While You're Winning: How to Stay on Top When Youre a Market Leader - Gordon Hui, Ben Rottler, Robert Curtis and Murphy Freelan 20m 48s
How to Prevent Crowd Funding from Destroying the Hardware Revolution - Scott N. Miller 19m 12s
Design For Your Early Adopters: Women - Anna Shaw 22m 27s
Integrated Product Development at the Intersection of Hardware and Software - Aren Kaser and Sean Murphy 21m 05s
Pre-commerce: Funding the Hardware Revolution - Katherine Hague 18m 27s
How Kickstarter Helped Oso Technologies Create a Hardware as a Service Business Model - Eduardo Torrealba 13m 27s
What Do Startups Need to Know about Patent Law - Jeffrey Schox 19m 39s
What Can IoT Entrepreneurs and the Mittelstand Learn from Each Other? - Peter Bihr 16m 24s