IoT Melbourne: Building IoT Devices with Moduware

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Full datetime event: 

Tuesday, August 7, 2018From 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


WeWork Collins Street
401 Collins Street, Melbourne, AU


In this event Moduware founder and CEO Jason Ko will share their story to date, the issues they faced building a hardware startup that started off more as a platform than product, and the challenges they have ahead of them. They'll bring product on the night and will also demonstrate some of the technical aspects of the platform for those that may be just starting out with hardware development.

Moduware builds modpack, the world's most versatile powerbank. It's fully customizable at a hardware level with modules and works seamlessly with iOS and Android smartphones. Modules are built on an innovative hardware/software platform that allows the community to create standard blocks, and the tile apps that run them.

The company has raised $5M to-date and been featured in The Verge, TechCrunch, Mashable and many more.

About the Speaker:
- CEO at Moduware, a consumer gadget IoT company creating moduware phone accessories and launching the first consumer gadget hardware ecosystem for developers.
- CTO at GoSave Inc., IOT next-generation piggy banks teaching kids the valuable lessons of financial literacy through play
- Non-Executive Director at Sensen Networks, a company specialising in Video/IoT analytics for smart city applications.
- Non-Executive Director at Speedshield Technologies, a company specialising in design and manufacture

This event is supported by:
WeWork - a coworking office at Collins Street that spans 11 full floors of a historic building with a dash of style.
FAB9 - provides tools, technology, and training for anyone interested in making.