IoT the IKEA way (some assembly required...), but you will like the results.

Think robotics, 3D printing and construction envision maker spaces, using design thinking framework for instruction, we will explore the possibilities.

16-17 Jun 2016 at San Jose TechShop, San Jose, US

Big Ideas/Think, Entrepreneurship & Startups

IoT the IKEA way (some assembly required...), but you will like the results. 16-17 Jun 2016 San Jose TechShop, San Jose, US
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By using design thinking as a framework for instruction, we will explore the possibilities for students to engage in empathy, seek new problems to solve, then prototype and test their solutions. 

When students start to create material for a larger audience, they ultimately need a way to make their ideas into physical realities. We will look at the pedagogy and the process to help make this happen.

Like Google, "We see being great at something as a starting point, not an endpoint. 

We set ourselves goals we know we can’t reach yet because we know that by stretching to meet them we can get further than we expected. 

Through innovation and iteration, we aim to take things that work well and improve upon them in unexpected ways."


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At CityLab, we know IT careers change the life trajectory of students by enabling them to work in meaningful internships, at major corporations, during their repatriation process.


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Future Maker Platforms will require a new intelligent network and enormous data storage capacity, plus the computational capabilities yet to be identified.

Per web visionary Marc Andreessen, “U.S. will need massive investment in existing and new networks for decades to come. Status quo not sufficient.” His words essentially are true for any country, city, and enterprise in the world.

Today's investments are being made in networks as well as intelligent networking, and skilled labor either installing, monitoring, and/or servicing, which is the only “thing” that may connect everything to everything and has the most profound impact on the quality of delivered services and products.

The Internet of Everything (IoE) is potentially the biggest business opportunity in the history of mankind. It will change the world with extraordinary and wide-ranging implications, affecting everyone on the planet. Research firm IDC predicts that this massive shift will generate nearly US$9 trillion in annual sales by 2020.

By comparison, the total annual sales of the San Francisco Bay Area’s 150 largest technology companies in 2012 were $677 billion. The total revenue of the consumer electronics industry in 2013 was about $1.1 trillion.

Most educators think robotics, 3D printing and construction when they envision maker spaces, so how does this concept fit into the curriculum? By using design thinking as a framework for instruction, we will explore the possibilities for students to engage in empathy, seek new problems to solve, then prototype and test their solutions. When students start to create material for a larger audience, they ultimately need a way to make their ideas into physical realities. We will look at the pedagogy and the process to help make this happen.

When
From: June 16, 2016 08:54
To: June 17, 2016 18:54
Where

San Jose TechShop, 300 S. 2nd Street, 95113, San Jose, US

Category

Big Ideas/Think, Entrepreneurship & Startups

Contact email
partners@citylab.pro

Contact phone
+1 4156914264

External link

Part of Summer Dreams: 2017 Cisco Network Essentials Class Preview "The Internet of Things" Live

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