Most of our consumer appliances and for example coffee machines are being connected online. IoT allows the manufactures to create better user experience for both the end user and the people operating the machines. The Covid19 pandemic has generated additional pressure to find new ways of using the machines since we’ve started to avoid touching public objects. In this webinar, we will show you a new way that allows users to order coffee by using just their smartphone. In addition, we will demonstrate how a technician can easily get all the information about the machine fleet allowing them to plan their visits at the right time.
The presentation team consists of four participants. Each represent one key role in a real project team, from a technical artist to front-end, middleware and connectivity/back-end developer, to explain you the choices we have made.
By the end of this webinar, you will be able to order your latte from your smartphone by touching only the cup handle. We will introduce you the connected coffee machine with interactive UI, mobile applications, global and specific dashboards and a centralized back-end.
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