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Jfokus IoT 2-4 February 2015

Jfokus IoT is a conference with focus on Internet of Things and is arranged during Jfokus 2015. If you are registered for Jfokus IoT you can also listen on Jfokus sessions.

Zach Shelby

Zach Shelby

ARM

Zach Shelby is Director of Technology for Internet of Things at ARM and a thought leader for the whole industry. Zach was co-founder of Sensinode where he has acted as CEO, CTO and Chief Nerd for the ground-breaking company before recent acquisition by ARM. Before starting Sensinode, he led wireless networking research at the Centre for Wireless Communications and at the Technical Research Center of Finland. Zach is a key contributor at the IETF, OMA and ZigBee for IoT standards with contributions in 6LoWPAN, routing, web services and security related standards, and in several top international research programs. Zach is known is a pioneer in the use of IP and Web technology in low-power networks with 6LoWPAN and CoAP standards development, and is co-author of the book "6LoWPAN: The Wirel

Benjamin Cabé

Benjamin Cabé

Eclipse Foundation

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 assembling cool projects with Arduino kits and all kinds of open hardware platforms. Before joining the Eclipse Foundation, Benjamin was Open Source Manager at Sierra Wireless where he contributed to the creation of the Eclipse IoT Working Group. You can find him online on Twitter (@kartben) or on his blog: http://blog.benjamin-cabe.com.

Kai Kreuzer

Kai Kreuzer

Deutsche Telekom AG

Kai Kreuzer is a Java and OSGi expert, a Home Automation enthusiast, founder of openHAB.org, project lead of Eclipse SmartHome and co-lead of the Eclipse IoT top-level project. He works as a Developer Evangelist in the Connected Home department of Deutsche Telekom AG, which develops a smart home platform called QIVICON.

James McGivern

James McGivern

Rockshore Ltd

A mathematician turned programmer, James has been working in the software engineer for over 10 years in various industries. He revels in problems that involve data structures or algorithms. Currently working for Rockshore as a tech lead providing real time data and event processing for rail, aviation, and telecommunications systems. James's ambitions are to become a polymath and be a space tourist.

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