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#001 - Global Internet of Things Day

April 9th

IoTLive

Cost: Free
Location: Online

The Eclipse IoT community and Postscapes are organizing IoTLive #001. The plan is to host a series of online discussions from the Global IoT Community as part of the Fourth Annual Internet of Things Day on April 9th.

On this day, local IoT communities are invited to host meetups, hackathons or just share a beer or coffee with a friend or fellow collaborator. New this year will be an online event to connect IoT individuals and communities from around the world.

We plan to kickoff the event in Europe and finish on the west coast of North America. It is going to be a marathon but there are a lot of great things happening in IoT so it should be an exciting day.

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European
- 1330-1445 CEST (7:30-8:45am EDT) - Watch Here
Americas - 4:15-5:15pm EDT (2215-2315 CEST) - Watch Here


Speaker Lineup

Experts from around the globe

IoT Live Companies
Emile Petrone - Tindie
Emile Petrone is founder & CEO of Tindie, the marketplace for innovation. After seeing so many interesting projects pop up over the last few years, he built the marketplace as a way for markers to bring their creations to market. In a year and a half, over 1,900 products have been listed by over 400 maker businesses. Emile is also on the board of the Open Source Hardware Association.
Emile Petrone

Founder & CEO, Tindie
Panel: Open Hardware

Alicia Asín
Alicia Asín is the CEO and co-founder of Libelium, the Zaragoza, Spain based wireless sensor hardware provider, creators of Waspmote, a modular, open source sensor platform for the Internet of Things. Alicia is a computer engineer focused on how IoT can change our world, starting with Smart Cities. She is a frequent speaker at international conferences on issues related to Smart Cities, wireless sensor networks and IoT.
Alicia Asín Pérez

CEO and co-founder, Libelium
Panel: Business of IoT
- Slides

Speaker
Dirk Slama, Director Business Development at Bosch Software Innovations, is specializing in M2M / IoT, BPM, and the design of distributed application systems. His work has taken him across the world and he has helped customers such as Boeing, Lufthansa Systems, AT&T, and the Halifax Bank of Scotland in implementing very large IT projects. Dirk is the co-author of Enterprise BPM, Enterprise SOA, and Enterprise CORBA.
Dirk Slama

Director of Business Development, Bosch Software Innovations
Panel: Connecting to the Enterprise
- Slides

Grant Miller Zatar
Grant is a business development and sales leader in the technology industry. He has 20+ years of successful experience selling software, hardware and services in the mobile, AIDC and the Internet of Things space. As Director of Business Development for Zebra Technologies’ New Growth Platforms Team he is responsible for bringing advanced Internet of Things solutions to his customers through their Zatar platform.
Grant Miller

Director of Business Development for Zebra Technologies’ New Growth Platforms
Panel: Connecting to the Enterprise
- Slides

Ken Burns Tiny Circuits
Ken Burns is the founder and President of TinyCircuits, a startup company based in Akron Ohio, developing and manufacturing electronic modules for use in a wide variety of products. The initial product family was the TinyDuino - a miniature version of the popular Arduino embedded system, with a form factor smaller than a quarter and built to be embedded into products. TinyCircuits has grown into a profitable company by late 2013, currently employing seven people with plans to further expand in 2014.
Ken Burns

Founder and President, TinyCircuits
Panel: Open Hardware
- Slides

Cooking Hacks Portrait
David Bordonada and Jorge Casanova from Cooking Hacks. Cooking Hacks, the open source DIY hardware division of Libelium, is an online retail store that brings the Internet of Things (IoT) to everyone by making electronics affordable, easy to learn and fun. Cooking Hacks knows that—just as in cooking—you can produce amazing electronics projects with first-class ingredients and step-by-step instructions.
David Bordonada and Jorge Casanova

Cooking Hacks
Panel: Open Hardware
- Slides

Paul Hopton
Paul Hopton is Chief Engineer at relayr, a Berlin based startup. He has been building real world and Internet based Interactive Applications for over 20 years. Together with his team he is building a Platform for IoT, as well as The Wunderbar - a starter kit for the Internet of Things designed for App developers.
Paul Hopton

Chief Engineer relayr
Panel: Open Hardware
- Slides

Brian Anderson Portrait
Brian Anderson joined Sierra Wireless in 2010, and is responsible for product marketing and management for the AirVantage and AirLink product lines. Mr. Anderson is a leader in expanding the company's strategy of providing M2M services as part of a complete device-to-cloud solution including hardware, software and services.
Brian Anderson

VP of Marketing, AirVantage at Sierra Wireless
Panel: Business of IoT

Adam Justice
Adam Justice is vice president and general manager of Grid Connect, a manufacturer and distributor of networking products and wireless sensors. He is responsible for developing the vision for the ConnectSense product line, a family of wireless sensors that monitor the things you care about and notify you when something goes awry.
Adam Justice

Vice President and General Manager Grid Connect
Panel: IoT Standards and Protocols
- Slides

Daniel Friedman
Daniel Friedman

President & CEO at Ninja Blocks Inc
Panel: Open Hardware

Brian Anderson Portrait
Bernd Heinrichs has 20 years of professional experience in the high tech communications market. He was actively involved in early research on and development of TCP/IP and ATM protocols when he was with Technical University of Aachen, Germany. After that he managed several engineering projects for Ericsson. It followed a move to Cisco in 1996, where he was running different Sales, Channel, Business Development and Marketing Operations. Since August 2013 he is Managing Director for Internet of Things Sales and R&D in EMEAR.
Bernd Heinrichs

Managing Director Industrial (IOE) Solutions EMEAR at Cisco
Panel: Connecting to the Enterprise

Gari Singh
Gari Singh is the chief architect for emerging technologies in IBM's middleware group. His current focus is on M2M and Internet of Things technologies across a number of different industries including automotive, electronics, industrial and energy/utilities. Gari is also heavily involved in the technical and business strategy across IBM, with focus on gateway, security, messaging, integration and appliance technologies.
Gari Singh

Chief Architect for Emerging Technologies in IBM's middleware group
Panel: Connecting to the Enterprise

Matthias Kovatsch
Matthias Kovatsch is an Internet of Things researcher with a focus on Web technology for highly resource-constrained devices. Besides academia, he is active in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), in particular the CoRE and LWIG working groups. Since March 2009, he is a PhD student at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, where he joined the Distributed Systems Group of the Institute for Pervasive Computing.
Matthias Kovatsch

IETF CoRE working group and Researcher at ETH
Panel: IoT Standards and Protocols

Tim Kellogg
Tim is a software engineer @2lemetry where he researches protocols and builds software services for IoT applications. He also is in the process of writing a book, Mastering The Internet of Things, due to be released in June.
Tim Kellogg

‎Senior Software Engineer at 2lemetry
Panel: IoT Standards and Protocols

Marco Carrer
Marco Carrer joined EUROTECH as VP of Software Engineering after a successful 15-year career in the software industry. He started as an R&D Engineer at Sony, Brussels, where he contributed to a pioneering video streaming solution for closed networks. Later, he joined the Server Technologies group at Oracle, USA. Over the course of a 13-year career, he became Senior Director and was directly responsible for the design and development of several innovative Oracle products in the areas of Web Services, Enterprise Collaboration, and CRM Service.
Marco Carrer

VP of Software Engineering Eurotech
Panel: Open Software

Benjamin Cabé Eclipse
Benjamin Cabé is IoT evangelist at the Eclipse Foundation. He advocates the use of open and innovative technologies for the Internet of Things and likes building crazy machines with Arduino kits and all kinds of open hardware platforms. You can find him online on Twitter (@kartben) or on his blog: http://blog.benjamin-cabe.com
Benjamin Cabé

IoT evangelist at the Eclipse Foundation
Panel: Open Software

Ken Figueredo
Ken Figueredo consults with companies on business innovation and new market offerings in the connected devices sector. He advised the GSM Association on its Connected Living market development strategy. Ken now focuses on corporate IoT strategy including business-model, operational support and product development issues. Ken has worked with major mobile operators, institutional investors and equipment vendors from China, Europe and North America.
Ken Figueredo

Founder, More With Mobile
Panel Moderator: Business of IoT
- Slides

Trevor Portrait
Trevor is the Founder of Postscapes, a company dedicated to tracking the emerging Internet of Things market through trend reports, insider interviews, and educational resources. You can find Trevor online at @Trevor_Harwood
Trevor Harwood

Founder, Postscapes
Panel Moderator: Open Hardware

Dominik Obermaier
Dominik Obermaier is founder and CTO of dc-square, a German company specialized in highly scalable M2M + IoT backend solutions and customized software development. He is the chief architect of HiveMQ, a MQTT message broker for enterprises and helps customers to bring innovative M2M/IoT solutions and business solutions together. Dominik is an author for several specialist magazines with an focus on Java Application Architecture, Eclipse Technologies, IoT and MQTT and speaks at conferences about these topics.
Dominik Obermaier

Founder and CTO of dc-square
Panel: IoT Standards and Protocols

Emmanuel Baccelli
Emmanuel Baccelli currently works for INRIA as researcher, and Freie Universität Berlin as professor. He obtained his PhD in 2006 from Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France, after some time spent in the United Sates in 2000-2002, working for AT&T in New Jersey, then for Metro Optix Inc. in the Silicon Valley, as software engineer. Emmanuel Baccelli contributes to the fields of spontaneous wireless networking, the Internet of Things, protocol design and analysis, including a continuous and active participation in standardization within the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
Emmanuel Baccelli

INRIA Researcher, and Professor at Freie Universität Berlin
Panel: Open Software

IoTLive Speakers

Panels & Topics

  • Open Hardware
  • Open Software
  • IoT Standards and Protocols
  • Connecting to the Enterprise
  • Business of IoT
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