On Sept. 9-10, we’re bringing the smart home world together for the first time ever at Works With. This two-day virtual conference will serve as the defining annual smart home developer event, and we’re excited to host developers from beginners to advanced, industry influencers, wireless alliances, ecosystem partners, and more.
While we’re launching Works With virtually, we’re pulling out all the stops to make sure you don’t miss typical conference extra-curricular activities like networking and winning cool stuff. With that in mind, we’ve gamified the conference, and 16 winners will receive our new Thunderboard BG22 Kits!
The Thunderboard BG22 is a small form-factor, optimized development platform for adding Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity to battery-powered IoT products. Our EFR32BG22 secure SoC is at the heart of this dev kit and is able to operate for more than 5 years, and potentially up to 10, on a CR2032. The Thunderboard BG22 has humidity, temperature, UV, ambient light, and hall effect sensors, and the ready-to-go iOS and Android apps let you remotely manage and monitor the kits by toggling LEDs, detecting push-button presses, and viewing sensor data.
Sound interesting to you? Review the challenges below:
There’s still time to register for free to join us at Works With.
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