About the webinar

Embedded developers have historically found it difficult to obtain high-quality data on the performance and health of their devices once deployed in the field. They've had to rely on customer reports and navigate through complex and time-consuming processes to effectively address any issues that arise.

For companies like Latch, who care deeply about product reliability and quality, this isn’t good enough. Find out how they use Memfault to collect high-quality debugging and performance data from their devices in the field and use it to ensure their customers get the best possible product.

In this webinar you'll learn:

  • The power of observability for embedded device development
  • What a true DevOps process can look like for embedded development teams
  • How Latch uses data to develop ultra-reliable smart locks

Read the Latch case study here.


Tyler Hoffman

Co-Founder & Head of Developer Experience, Memfault

Tyler Hoffman is the Head of Developer Experience and 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.


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Dave Webster

Engineering Manager, Latch

Dave Webster has spent his entire career developing firmware for commercial and consumer IoT devices with fleets ranging from hundreds to millions of devices.  Prior to Latch, he focused on data driven approaches to improve the reliability of large proprietary wireless smart meter networks. He has combined this experience with Latch’s extensive usage of the Memfault platform to deliver secure and reliable smart access products.  Dave holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Computer Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology.


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