The second option on Day 2 (Tuesday April 12th) apart from the Enterprise Communications track,  will be the WebRTC and IoT workshop. The programme is as follows:


1. Morning section (10.00 – 13.00, break at 11.20): TUTORIAL

1) Network-related challenges in UX design for connected products

Claire Rowland is a London-based independent UX and product consultant specialising in the internet of things (IoT).
She is the lead author of Designing Connected Products published in 2015 by O’Reilly ( ) .

2) The (in)security of connected things
Tim Panton is a webRTC expert and enthusiast, he is currently working at, building secure direct realtime connections between an owner’s smartphone and various connected objects.

3) The Identity of Things
Deborah Davies has unique experience as a creator of interactive sculptures and will help us understand how people relate to connected devices.

4) Web technology is getting physical, join the journey
Dan Jenkins is an expert in Web technologies, namely WebRTC and upcoming technologies which bring the physical world to your browser. Dan founded Nimble Ape Ltd in 2013 and is a Google Developer Expert.

2. Afternoon section (14.00 – 16.30, break at 15.10): HANDS-ON

14:00 – 14:15
Recap of the challenges and an introduction to the available hardware and software

14:15 – 16:15
Hands-on session

The afternoon session be a hands on session where attendees will explore the ability of webRTC to address the challenges described in the morning session. We will have a range of devices for up to 7 groups to control and use.
Each group will need at least one laptop with the chrome browser and at least one member who can code in javascript at a basic level.
The speakers from the morning session will be available to advise, as will the IoT hacking experts Sam Machin and Neil Stratford from Nexmo Ltd.

16:15 – 16:30
Show and Tell
Teams will show off what they got to work and most importantly share what they learned.

Workshop leader: Tim Panton, Protocol Droid,


You’ll be able to attend the workshop with your WebRTC conference pass, either a free pass if you’re a developer, operator or enterprise (registration here) or by purchasing a conference pass here. See you in London on April 12th!