Like 120,000 other people, we are really edf-logo-300x150xcited for Dreamforce 2014!   The Internet of Things (IoT) has grown substantially in the last 12 months and that momentum will certainly carry into Dreamforce. ThingLogix will be supporting our customers and partners during Dreamforce. We are looking forward to seeing you there!

ThingLogix Session

IoT Track Session:  “IoCP & Salesforce1: Driving Business Transformation Together, A Real Case Study,” will be presented by Tim Higgins,  EVP of Dependable Auto Shippers (DAS) and Carl Kruptizer, CEO of ThingLogix.  The promise of the Internet of Things creates significant pressure for companies to envision how they are to take advantage of this major technological leap – or get left behind.  As a result, we are seeing a boom in traditional companies rethinking how they run their business or even reinventing themselves with completely new business models. Join us as we take a close look at DAS and how they began their IoT journey a year ago.  They have seen tangible results using the combined powers of the IoT and Salesforce to transform their business – streamlining operations and providing improved and expanded customer services.

  • Date: Monday, October 13
  • Time: 1PM – 1:40PM
  • Location: Century Theaters / Theater 4

2lemetry Sessions

Our partner 2lemetry will be located in the DevZone Internet of Things area with plenty of labs, presentations, and sessions.

Developer Track Session:  “Why HTTP Won’t Work For The Internet of Things” will be presented by one of our Sr. Developers, Tim Kellogg.   While HTTP has worked great for web browsers, it is a terrible solution for IoT applications for several reasons.  Join us to learn more about the problems that IoT apps face and how leading alternative protocols solve those problems.

  • Date: Monday, October 13th
  • Time: 3PM – 3:40PM
  • Location: Moscone Center West / 2007

Developer Track Session: “Build, Deploy, and Scale Internet of Connected Products Apps” will be presented by our CEO, Kyle Roche and Matthew Creager, Member of Technical Staff, Software Engineering at  Join us to learn how to build an Internet of Connected Products (IoCP) app on Heroku. We’ll walk through architectural and design considerations for the developer and demo an IoCP app running on Heroku.

  • Date: Monday, October 13th
  • Time: 4PM – 4:45PM
  • Location: IoT Zone – Moscone Center West / 2011

Lab (Workshop) Session: “Geo-Oriented Sensor Analytics with 2lemetry and” will be presented by our Sr. Embedded Engineer, John Rotach.  See  ThingFabric Integrate, our IoT platform for Salesforce, learn how to visualize mass amounts of geo JSON sensor data, and build engaging dashboards for your customers. We’ll use a 2lemetry-powered device simulator to send data to

  • Date: Monday, October 13th
  • Time: 4PM – 4:45PM
  • Location: IoT Zone – Moscone Center West / Internet of Things Lab #1

Lab (Workshop) Session #2: “Geo-Oriented Sensor Analytics with 2lemetry and” This will be a repeat of the above Lab Session and presentation by John Rotach.

  • Date: Tuesday, October 14th
  • Time: 9AM – 9:45AM
  • Location: IoT Zone – Moscone Center West / Internet of Things Lab #1

Salesforce Live: Salesforce Live IoT with Reid Carlberg and Kyle Roche. This will be a live spot from a mini-studio during Dreamforce. We will be discussing IoT trends, the IoT Coyote Court story along with an overview of our time this year at Dreamforce.

  • Date: Tuesday October 14
  • Time: 10AM to 11:15AM (on air time is 10:35-10:55)
  • Location: It is in the Howard St. mini-studio

IoT Track Session:  “Delivering Superior Customer Service Through the Power of Connected Products” will be presented by Paul Wareham, CEO of DynaGen and Antony Passemard, ‎Director of Strategic Alliances – Service Cloud, IoT, M2M at  The Internet of Things empowers equipment to communicate, enabling enterprises to remotely monitor and manage these systems to deliver advanced customer service, while enhancing productivity and driving operational efficiency. But in order take full advantage of these capabilities, enterprises need the right tools and business processes to proactively listen when machines start talking. Furthermore, industries like Oil & Gas require reliable, high capacity data transfer to operate over large areas and under extreme conditions. Join us to discover how DynaGen Technologies is transforming service and operations in the Oil & Gas industry by integrating their industrial machine controller with Salesforce and the 2lemetry ThingFabric platform.

  • Date: Wednesday, October 15
  • Time: 1PM – 1:40PM
  • Location: Century Theaters / Theater 4



Carl Krupitzer

Carl is CEO and co-founder of ThingLogix

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