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Monday, April 4 • 5:10pm - 6:00pm
Real-Time IoT from the Edge of Space - Matt Long, Microsoft

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Matt Long describes an unusual journey through a decade of research and experimentation that culminates with an unexpected and unusual experiment in real-time IoT from the remote and hostile environment of the upper atmosphere, backed with 47 inspired volunteers. Matt tells the story of The Pegasus Mission's challenges delivering a unique, real-time, and interactive IoT experience from the edge of space to thousands of users. He discusses new architecture concepts for IoT using embedded Linux and Microsoft Azure that provides a powerful and simple interface that is extreme low latency, high throughput, linearly scalable, and economical using experimental technology. Matt Long will provide you the context of the experiment, lessons learned, and review the architecture behind the history making flight of Pegasus II.

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Matt Long

Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft
Matt Long is Principal Software Engineer at Microsoft where he helps ISVs leverage emerging technology. He has storied history exploring and working emerging technologies for the last 2 decades. Matt is a serial researcher and has a passion for creation, exploration, and innovation of new ideas. He is co-founder of the Pegasus Mission, an experiment in High Altitude Science, which challenges assumptions about what is possible from technology... Read More →


Monday April 4, 2016 5:10pm - 6:00pm
Harbor Ballroom C