It’s not only rock stars that go on tour, engineers do, too. The Things Conference on Tour is heading to Pisa, Italy, and you better be ready.

The Zerynth team is hosting the conference, and we hope you can make it to Pisa this October. So, read on to find out what the main topics are, who is joining us, when you need to start packing your bags, and how to get the tickets.

More about The Things Conference

The Things Conference is an inclusive event where all the participants get a chance to gain real-life experience with the LoRaWAN ecosystem. Everyone will bring their laptops and get ready for some awesome learning experiences.

Do you remember when we wrote about the Things Conference we went to this spring? With 750 visitors from 45 countries around the world, The Things Conference in Amsterdam this spring was a huge success, and we had a lot of fun.

To replicate this event on a global level, and to make it accessible to people in different countries, The Things Conference decided to go on a World Tour. After a few other stops, it’s coming right where we are. So, we are very happy to announce that we’ll be hosting The Things Conference Italy.

More About Zerynth

Zerynth simplifies IoT development providing an easy and efficient way to program the most popular 32-bit microcontrollers in Python and connect them to the top Cloud infrastructures, with high-level standards of security. With headquarters in Pisa, Italy, and a global sales team, Zerynth is helping thousands of developers around the world to develop new IoT products and Industry 4.0 applications with reduced costs and improved time-to-market.

Python and LoRaWAN for IoT and Industry 4.0 applications

The main topic of the event will be “Python and LoRaWAN for IoT and Industry 4.0 applications”. A topic that the Zerynth team is more than familiar with, and we will be happy to share all the knowledge that we’ve accumulated over the years. In the meantime, you can start with these tutorials:

The conference is also sponsored by The Things NetworkMicrochipAAEON, RS Components Italia, Futura Elettronica,  and TOI Srl (and more are on the way), as well as the University of Pisa and Internet Festival.

To find more info and the complete agenda, head to the official page.

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Get the tickets

By now, you are probably wondering where you can get the conference tickets, and book your place. You’ll be glad to know that discounted tickets are available! The tickets are on a 20% discount, which means you can get them for 60€, instead of 75€. Follow this link, and get yours today.

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Keep in mind that the number of tickets on the 20% discount is limited, so don’t wait too long. We’ll let you know when we release the regular tickets.

All tickets include:

  • Access to all event sessions (keynotes and hands-on workshops)
  • Event marketing materials
  • Lunch
  • Networking breaks with snacks

The Things Conference Italy: Where and when

The Thing Conference Italy will take place on the 11th of October this year, at the innovative GATE Centre (where Zerynth’s R&D offices are). And since Zerynth is the main organizer you’ll get a chance to meet the team.

The GATE Centre is just 5 minutes from the Leaning Tower of Pisa, which means your coffee break will also serve as a photo op. Meanwhile, check out the photos of the recent inauguration of the GATE Centre:

Visit the Internet Festival and Maker Faire Rome

Maker Faire Rome and the Internet Festival in Pisa are happening around the same time as well, so it seems that Italy is the right place to visit this autumn. Pack your bags and surround yourself with great technology, beauty, and art.

The Internet Festival takes place from the 11th until the 14th of October, and it’s an excellent chance to explore Pisa since it’s happening all over the city. You can see from the program that the topics cover everything from consumer electronics to LEGO.

While you’re planning the trip to Italy this October, here are some images of Pisa to help you along: