Works With Virtual Conference on September 9-10, 2020

Calling all engineers: The Works With Virtual Conference by Silicon Labs happens September 9-10, 2020. This free virtual event will bring together industry leaders, hardware engineers, application designers and developers for the largest smart home event dedicated to integrating smart home application designs with any hub or smart home ecosystem.

Keith Nesrsta, South-Central Regional Sales Manager at Silicon Labs, and Mike Wilkinson, Founder & CEO of Paragon Innovations, spoke about the upcoming event. Both agreed now the right time for engineers to take advantage of the current smart home ecosystems.

“The smart home, if you look at it today, is really in its infancy,” Nesrsta said. “There are a large number of ecosystems that are starting to get deployed into some high volumes. And so, what we wanted to do was create an event that hasn’t been done yet. It’s an event that really focuses in on the smart home itself.”

Works With will allow engineers and developers to innovate, design, collaborate, build and learn how to connect to these different ecosystems with key industry stakeholders.

“This is a conference very much focused on the engineering community,” Nesrsta said. “There will be panel events and technical discussions and over 15 hours of material, 40 sections, and 12 workshops spread throughout the two-day event.”

“This event is a place for us to share things that we’ve learned and learn from others in the smart home space,” Wilkinson said. “I’m hoping my team will get the opportunity to learn even more about technologies we can put to use in wireless smart home stuff we’re already doing.”

This two-day virtual event is free, but registration is required. Register Now.

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