Tag Archives: Tony Rogvall

  • Exosense – Demonstrating a Connected Device Application – Tony Rogvall
    2014-06-11 Erlang Central

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    Tony Rogvall is a programmer and entrepreneur who has been active for more than thirty years in the computer business. With an education (M.Sc) in mathematics and computer science, Tony's first task as the first employee at Prover Technology (www.prover.com) was to develop a ground breaking formal verification and proof system for safety critical systems in nuclear- train-, automotive- and the aviation industries. In 1993 he joined Ericsson CSLab, computer science laboratory, as a co-worker a ...


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  • Exosense – Demonstrating a Connected Device Application
    2013-06-13 Erlang Central

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    Feuerlabs' Exosense, a modern framework for managing connected devices, is now operational and has been demonstrated in a number of prototypes. In this talk, we will describe our approach to Connected Device life-cycle management, and walk through an Erlang-based embedded application for in-vehicle performance monitoring. We will make the case that a reasonably competent programmer can produce a working end-to-end demonstration within a few days, and be well prepared for rapid deployment, suppor ...


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  • Device Management in a Connected Society
    2012-05-28 Erlang Central

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    As we move toward the Internet of Things, Over-The-Air (OTA) device management becomes increasingly critical. The battle against the difficulties of remote authentication, configuration, monitoring and upgrades has been raging for over a decade of Man-to-Machine (M2M) technology development. In this talk, we will introduce you to the challenges with some history, anecdotes and stats, and suggest a path forward in part based on some of Erlang's cooler features. Talk objectives: Teach some Dev ...


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  • SeaZone, CAN based power distribution system
    2010-06-07 Erlang Central

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    I will talk and demonstrate a CAN based power distribution system called the powerZone. And how is this related to Erlang? I will talk about that too. The SeaZone products are using a CAN based protocol called CANopen. I will spend some time talking about how this protocol is designed and why SeaZone is using it. ...


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