AT&T expert highlights Connected Home at NJTC IoT Conference in Hoboken

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Carl Bedingfield from the AT&T Foundry joined experts from Amazon and Netronix on a panel during the New Jersey Tech Council’s (NJTC) Internet of Things (IoT) conference in April at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken.

The conversation focused on the future of the connected home specifically, and IoT generally, the importance of security, and interoperability among smart home applications.

“We were excited that Carl was able to share his unique perspectives at the IoT conference,” said Charlene Brown, assistant vice president for AT&T External Affairs in New Jersey and member of the NJTC Board. “This event was a great way to highlight New Jersey’s innovation economy — and AT&T’s role in it.”

Bedingfield is an Innovation Coach at the AT&T Foundry. Learn more about Carl and his work here.

Combining ideas from engineers, designers, researchers, data scientists and entrepreneurs, the NJTC IoT Conference offered meaningful and tangible solutions that make the Internet of Things understandable, delivering practical advice on how enterprises will shape the future.

The event also featured a competition where entrepreneurs demonstrated products and services, particularly in smart cities/transportation, connected homes and mobile apps.

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