The Samsung Developer Conference 2022 (SDC22) will take place at Moscone North in San Francisco on October 12, according to a recent announcement from Samsung Electronics.
The yearly conference, which will take place physically and virtually, will highlight Samsung’s plans to advance the SmartThings platform and work with creators and developers to create the next generation of connected experiences for millions of people worldwide.
To enable a better, more interconnected world for all, Samsung is anticipated to share updates for its software, services, and platforms, including SmartThings, at SDC22. Samsung will present its vision for Calm Technology, in which gadgets seamlessly connect for a quicker and more intelligent consumer experience.
Jong-Hee (JH) Han, Vice Chairman, CEO, and Head of Device eXperience (DX) Division at Samsung Electronics, will deliver the opening keynote address. Other Samsung executives will join him and discuss the company’s plans for things like emerging technologies.
Other speakers include Samsung Research Head and President Sebastian Seung; Visual Display Business R&D Team Deputy Head Yongjae Kim; Samsung Electronics America SVP and Head of Product & Marketing Sang Kim; Mobile eXperience Business VP and Head of SmartThings Jaeyeon Jung; Mobile eXperience Business VP and Head of Framework R&D Group Hyesoon Jung; Head of SmartThings Mark Benson; and Samsung Research America Head of Bixby Lab Anil Yadav.
The SDC22 will also include breakout sessions accessible to live attendees and remote participants. Along with the chance to explore partner ecosystems, these breakout sessions offer opportunities for collaboration and learning more about Samsung’s most recent developer-focused platforms and tools, such as Bixby, One UI 5, SmartThings and Matter, Samsung Wallet, Tizen, and more.
The on-site event will offer interactive opportunities to experience new SmartThings scenarios and Samsung’s most recent innovations in Tech Square at Samsung. Additionally, the event will provide chances for networking and several on-site activities.
SDC22 will also host additional activations, such as the Code Lab, where programmers can collaborate and hone their coding abilities.