Intel Labs at Intel Developer Forum 2014

In her keynote at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2013, Intel Fellow Dr. Genevieve Bell laid out the common themes across seven billion mobile futures. This year at IDF, we will show you Intel’s foundational research to make future Intel platforms more secure, personal, connected, and efficient, creating better futures for the current and future generations.

IDF14 takes place September 9-11 in San Francisco. The event will include:

  • Keynotes speeches from Intel executives, industry experts and developers
  • Six “Mega Sessions”
  • More than 150 technical sessions, panels, poster sessions and labs
  • One-of-a-kind hands-on demos in the IDF Labs exhibits

At the Intel Labs Innovation pavilion, get a glimpse of breakthrough advances that can empower future innovators and help them create better futures. Proof points being shown include:

  • “Jimmy,” the star of the 21st Century Robot Project, which aims to invent a new class of highly social, open source, “do-it-yourself” robots.
  • Scalable IoT Security
  • Estimation of How Human Faces Age
  • Solar Powered Devices for Disaster Relief
  • Micro-cluster: A Microserver Technology Development Vehicle

Other “Can’t Miss” Highlights: The “IoT Zone”, “Intel® Edison” pavilions and the MakerSpace

At the IoT Zone, look for ‘Smart City IoT Living Labs’ highlighting Intel’s thought leadership in creating smart cities.

At the Intel® Edison Pavilion, look for “Jimmy” powered by Intel® Edison.idf14-456

Also, visit MakerSpace where you can learn to use and create smart things with the Intel® Galileo Gen 2 development board with ConnectAnyThing, an easy to use tool for real-time electronic tinkering on Galileo, using a mobile device.

We have exciting giveaways such as Intel-powered tablets and laptops to five lucky winners who enter the Intel Labs drawing during the conference.

In addition to the proof points and giveaways, audience will also have access to Intel Labs researchers who are experts on various topics. Speakers include:

Please visit our pavilion to see when the raffle drawings are scheduled and the schedule for talking with our experts to get their insights about the future of technology. You can also follow @IntelLabs on Twitter for information on speaking sessions and giveaways.

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Please visit the IDF14 website to get more details, sign-up for IDF email updates, and to register.

See you there!

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Divya Kolar

About Divya Kolar

Divya Kolar holds a M.S in Computer Science conferred in 2006 from Portland State University. She joined Intel in 2005 and has previously worked as a Software Engineer where she was an active researcher in various security and manageability technologies like Intel® Active Management Technology. Today she is a Vision Strategist in the Intel’s largest research group and is responsible to promote Intel technologies to external media partners besides performing ecosystem enabling and competitive technology analysis for Intel Labs’ microprocessor research. Besides her responsibilities at Intel she has always been enthusiastic in promoting and encouraging young adults to stay in computing. She is an active board member for the largest women employee group at Intel and has been an active member in Anita Borg Institute and local SWE chapters since 2007 and has conducted multiple presentations at these conferences for over 5 years.

2 Responses to Intel Labs at Intel Developer Forum 2014

  1. David Prawel says:

    Hi. I have been trying to figure out who and how to reach inside Intel Labs to tell our story and investigate collaborative/funding opportunities. We started a unique community-access 3D technology lab (mostly 3D scanning and printing) last year. In our first year we’ve supported almost 2000 projects and educated 760 people across Northern Colorado (students, researchers, corporate folks, etc.) in the power of personal fabrication. We empower and enable innovation and creative artistry. We’re unique in our “community”, including numerous local companies, local makers, and students of literally all ages from numerous schools and 27 different departments on campus. And we have a direct connection with the University for helping small innovators without R&D budgets to figure out some of the tough problems. We are organically grown, leverage resources and funding from many sources (including gifts from Autodesk, 3D Systems and others) and receive only small funding from the University, but nice lab space, etc. It’s basically a maker-space with frills, no rent, and student staff (to help build a sustainable model so many maker spaces fail to achieve). We made open-source 3D printers for 6 local schools (so far) and taught them how we made them and how to print things, and to repair and improve the devices. And we are just concluding a collaboration with an Indian University and company to bring our model to Pune. We will provide all our infrastructure and expertise to build a similar community center there. Could you help me establish a dialog? Thanks in advance.