ThoughtWorksTalksTech x STACK-X Meetups: Scalable Software Architecture for IoT

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We are pleased to invite you to a joint Meetup between ThoughtWorks and GovTech!

This edition will explore how companies and governments are providing the software tools for seamless acquisition and analysis of data from the growing Internet of Things (IoT). ThoughtWorks Lead Consultant Archanaa Ravikumar and GovTech Director of Sensors and IoT Quek Yang Boon will share perspectives, applications and lessons learnt from their work as industry leaders.

6:30pm - 7:00pm – Registration

7:00pm - 8:00pm – Talks
(1) Scalable Software Architecture for IoT Applications (20mins) by Archanaa Ravikumar

(2) Introduction to DECADA Cloud – powering Smart Nation sensors (20mins) by Quek Yang Boon

(3) Q&A (20mins)

Till 9:00pm – Networking

About Archanaa Ravikumar
Archanaa is a tech lead at ThoughtWorks with experience in retail, micro-finance, IndiaStack & IoT domains and is proficient in facilitating product design, architecting applications, leading teams to deliver solutions and coaching individuals & teams. She is currently leading a platform rewrite and a new product rollout for a health tech startup. She is an avid reader, a board game geek and a coffee addict.

About Quek Yang Boon.
Yang Boon is Director of the Sensors and IoT (SIoT) Capability Centre (CapCen) at GovTech. He oversees the design and implementation of the SIoT components of the Singapore Government Tech Stack (SGTS), including platforms such as DECADA Cloud, which collectively empower government agencies’ acquisition and analysis of data from Smart Nation IoT systems. Prior to joining GovTech in 2017, Yang Boon worked at Apple between[masked] on the Audio HW System EE and the design and implementation of the sensor module of the Apple Watch. He was previously with Texas Instruments (TI) from 2005 to 2013, where he rose to the position of Strategic Solutions Manager and oversaw the set-up of a new Systems and Applications team at TI’s R&D centre in Shanghai.