Yodit Stanton on Open Data, SAM Labs on IOT Tools and Ales Teska on IOT Security
During the October 20th Marconi Symposium at the Royal Society, the Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholars are presenting three talks. October 20, 2015 12:30 – 1:45 PM at the Royal Society. Join us.
Yodit StantonScaling the Internet of Things with Open Data
IoT application security challenges
The SAM IoT Tool Kit
From Yodit Stanton, Founder and CEO, Opensensors.io
I am a data nerd who now runs OpenSensors.io, a startup incubated in the ODI. OpenSensors provides public and private data infrastructure for the Internet of Things enabling anyone to publish real time open data from sensor networks. OpenSensors came out of my own frustration at not being able to find real time information about the world and we are fixing that… Open Data naturally scales the Internet of Things allowing expensive sensor networks to be used by multiple users and use cases from smart cities, agriculture and buildings.
Ales teskaFrom Ales Teska, Founder and CEO at TeskaLabs
Ales has been a technical visionary and software architect his entire professional life. He run several IoT businesses long time prior the term Internet of Things was adopted. For ten years, he worked as a Principal Software Development Manager at DHL, a Fortune 100 and the world’s largest logistics company. During the time at this logistic giant, he managed the production of global mobile enterprise solutions used by employees, partners, and customers across the organization. He is an established expert in enterprise mobility, IoT and most particularly in information security. Two years ago Ales founded TeskaLabs, company specializing on mobile and IoT application security. TeskaLabs’ solutions are used by companies such as British Gas and Network Rail.
From David Weiss, SAM Labs about the SAM IoT Toolkit
Meet SAM, the most engaging Internet of Things toolkit a disruptive IoT technology kit, with an unrivalled approach to instantly building smart objects, learning electronics, and engineering. SAM’s integration of hardware and software empowers the students and creatives of today to become the industry leaders of tomorrow. SAM empowers anyone to innovate and build interactive prototypes, products and apps in seconds without any previous coding experience needed.
Joachim Horn founded SAM Labs. Even in its early stages of development, SAM Labs was runner-up at last year’s Pitch@Palace in London and won three Editor’s Choice Awards at the World Maker Faire in New York. This year, SAM powered wirelessly controlled cars under a moving Tower Bridge model in a race between Arianna Huffington and Boris Johnson. We also lead workshops with students, won a “Best in Class” award at Maker Faire Bay Area, spoke at TED Institute and partook in Google’s Youth IO to promote education about coding and electronics..