Internet of Things: Powering Smart Homes, Cities and more!

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Dear members of Big Data Groningen!

The next edition of the Big Data Groningen meetup will be hosted Thursday the 15th of December at the Launch Cafe.

The topic for this edition is Internet of Things: Powering Smart Homes, Cities and more!

We are proud to announce that this edition is sponsored by Hewlett-Packard (HP) and their local partner Bossers en Cnossen!

The programme for the evening with the approx. starting times is given below:

Pizza! (~18:00 hrs)

Adri Wischmann - Internet of Things Netherlands (~18:30 hrs)

Adri will talk about "developing hardware and software for IoT"; the many real-life development-choices and the broad skillset needed to bring an idea to life. What is behind the curtains of an IoT-device.

Joshua Peper - The Things Network & LoRaWAN (~19:15 hrs)

Joshua will tell us about the unique properties of community driven development of a network and how The Things Network (TTN) handles and processes this huge amount of data.

Coffee! (~20:00 hrs)

Ronald Teijken - Business Development / Evangelist IBM Watson IoT (~20:15 hrs)

Ronald will talk about Watson IoT: Unlocking business value to gain a competitive edge... Internet of Things is radically changing the way businesses operate and people interact with the physical world. As virtually everything becomes connected—from cars to conveyor belts to buildings—businesses can harness the resulting data to improve virtually every aspect of what they do. Cognitive Internet of Things will transform the way every person experiences the physical world. At a time when organizations are looking to gain a competitive edge, data produced from sensors in the Internet of Things offers an opportunity to gather even more information that can improve processes, drive innovation and improve the customer experience. The challenge lies in understanding which data is most valuable and figuring out what do to with it. IoT is one of the most disruptive developments at the moment, which is no longer only a hype, but reality.

Matthijs de Vries - Secure Apps (~21:00 hrs)

Internet of Things, privacy and security. How to handle privacy when every device has one or more sensors? How to take care of security when every device is connected to the internet?

Drinks! (~21:30 hrs)

With kind regards,

Tim van Elteren

Big Data Groningen

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Beste leden van Big Data Groningen!

De volgende editie van de Big Data Groningen meetup zal gehouden worden op donderdag 15 December bij het Launch Cafe.

Het onderwerp van de avond is Internet of Things: Powering Smart Homes, Cities and more!

We zijn trots te mogen vermelden dat deze editie gesponsord wordt door Hewlett-Packard (HP) en haar lokale partner Bossers en Cnossen!

Het programma voor de avond met geschatte starttijden is hieronder te vinden;

Pizza! (~18:00 uur)

Adri Wischmann - Internet of Things Netherlands (~18:30 uur)

Adri zal vertellen over het ontwikkelen van hardware en software voor IoT; de vele levensechte ontwikkelkeuzes en de brede hoeveelheid vaardigheden benodigd om een idee te verwezenlijken. Wat schuilt er achter een IoT apparaat?

Joshua Peper - The Things Network & LoraWAN (~19:15 uur)

Joshua zal vertellen over de unieke eigenschappen van het community gedreven bouwen van een netwerk en hoe The Things Network (TTN) omgaat met de enorme hoeveelheid data en hoe deze verwerkt wordt.

Koffie! (~20:00 uur)

Ronald Teijken - Business Development / Evangelist IBM Watson IoT (~20:15 uur)

Ronald will talk about Watson IoT: Unlocking business value to gain a competitive edge... Internet of Things is radically changing the way businesses operate and people interact with the physical world. As virtually everything becomes connected—from cars to conveyor belts to buildings—businesses can harness the resulting data to improve virtually every aspect of what they do. Cognitive Internet of Things will transform the way every person experiences the physical world. At a time when organizations are looking to gain a competitive edge, data produced from sensors in the Internet of Things offers an opportunity to gather even more information that can improve processes, drive innovation and improve the customer experience. The challenge lies in understanding which data is most valuable and figuring out what do to with it. IoT is one of the most disruptive developments at the moment, which is no longer only a hype, but reality.

Matthijs de Vries - Secure Apps (~21:00 uur)

Internet of Things, privacy en beveiliging. Hoe zorg je voor privacy als elk apparaat sensoren heeft? Hoe zorg je voor veiligheid als elk apparaat het internet gebruikt?

Borrel! (~21:30 uur)

Met vriendelijke groet,

Tim van Elteren

Big Data Groningen