As embedded development teams build IoT products, there are often questions about what visibility they'll have into devices once they are in the field. How are the devices performing? Is battery power lasting as long as we planned and marketed? What caused this connectivity issue and how do we fix it? What features are customers using most?
To properly assess the value of past and future product investments, embedded developers need to implement diagnostic capabilities that help monitor critical metrics that give them insight into overall fleet performance.
Watch this panel discussion with embedded engineering experts and hear them share success stories and lessons learned from implementing device metrics. They discuss why you need to implement a monitoring system, when to put it in place, what metrics you should track, and more.
Phillip Johnston is the founder of Embedded Artistry, an embedded systems consulting and education firm. Their mission is to bring embedded software development out of the dark ages and to help teams produce high-quality systems in a complex, fast-paced, rapidly changing world.
Tyler Hoffman is a Co-founder of Memfault and an embedded engineer with a passion for improving the productivity of development teams. Tyler is now an engineer at Memfault and previously worked at Fitbit and Pebble as a firmware developer.
Shiva Rajagopal is currently a Staff Embedded Software Engineer at Google, as part of the Fitbit team. Shiva's passion lies with using sensors and algorithms of various types to turn raw data from the world around us into something meaningful.