Smart mobility uses advanced communication and sensing technologies to create more efficient, sustainable, and interconnected transportation systems. It aims to improve the transportation experience while reducing the negative impacts of transportation on the environment and urban infrastructure. Join us as we discuss how MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) significantly enables smart mobility by facilitating efficient and reliable communication between various components of a smart mobility ecosystem.
This Webinar is Ideal for:
Role: Project Managers, Developers, IT/Engineering Director System integrators, City operations/IT managers.
Industry: Connected cars, vehicle charging, intelligent transportation, smart manufacturing
Fireside Chat with Josh & Ernest Russell:
Josh Eastburn | Director of Technical Marketing | EMQ
After more than a decade as a control systems integrator, automation engineer, project manager, and marketer, Josh Eastburn now works as Director of Technical Marketing at EMQ. Before starting his career in tech marketing, Josh studied Computer Science at Cal Poly and worked in industrial automation projects supporting process equipment for semiconductor giants like Intel, TSMC, and Samsung as well as applications in the petrochemical, food and beverage, and life sciences industries. As a marketer, his work has focused on educating the engineering community about MQTT and other technologies for IoT.
Ernest Russell | Technical Content Manager | EMQ
Ernest brings over a decade of experience in Information Technology and Broadcast Engineering, supporting some of the largest media companies in the world, including CNN, Turner, and Fox. Ernest has always been passionate about learning and writing, earning a master’s degree in Networking and Telecom Management. As a Technical Content Manager at EMQ, Ernest is focused on knowledge sharing and best practices for MQTT and IoT.