From the Workshop

The popular IoT podcast is coming to a city near you!

This live workshop covers:

  • Cellular for the IoT
  • Hardware design considerations
  • Hands-on rapid proof of concept development

NimbeLink provides a M1 Development Kit with a M1 Skywire modem.

FTW Roadshow
@ Utepils Brewing
October 25, 2017

Born out of the NimbeLink educational podcast, the “From the Workshop” series has drawn a dedicated viewership serious about IoT Development.

This unique workshop is designed for engineers interested in a practical Introduction to Cellular IoT Design and is for enterprise design engineers at all levels.

Cellular Device Connectivity can be a challenging endeavor and this class aims to simplify the process through an introduction to NimbeLink’s easy-to-connect hardware with expert guidance. Through a unique combination of lecture and hands-on experiments, class participants will understand various elements of cellular, hardware, command sets, componentry and design decision making. By participating in this class, design engineers will be able to accelerate time-to- market design and deployment.


Welcome to our “From the Workshop” video series.

Here we’ll cover all things around the Internet of Things, from beginning to end, and all the development in between. We’ll learn about components, parts, pieces, modules, modems, certifications, applications and a whole lot more. This page will offer a variety of resources to help support your project.

Episode 20: Skywire Socket Flexibility

Brandon walks us through the Skywire’s socket design – the 20 pin design. He answers questions like what’s the fuctionality of each pin? What’s their behavior like? And what other things to keep in mind as you design.

More From the Workshop

Ep 19

Ep 18

Ep 17

Ep 16

Ep 15

Ep 14

Ep 13

Ep 12

Ep 11

Ep 10

Ep 9

Ep 8

Ep 7

Ep 6

Ep 5

Ep 4

Ep 2

Ep 3

Ep 1


The components, parts, modems – connectors that make up a basic IoT Device.

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