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Wednesday, April 6 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Creating the Open Source Building Blocks for IoT - Ian Skerett, Eclipse Foundation

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The Internet of Things (IoT) will need to be based on open standards and open source software. Openness is the only way the industry will achieve widespread adoption and interoperability. There are many examples in the technology industry, including the Internet itself, that open technology creates a platform for commercial innovation.

The Eclipse IoT community was created to host key open source IoT building blocks that will be required for IoT solutions. Eclipse IoT now has 20+ open source projects that implement key IoT standards, like MQTT, CoAP, LWM2M, DNS-SEC, and IoT frameworks for building IoT gateways, home automation solutions, SCADA solutions.

In this presentation, we will present common architectures for IoT solutions, how the different open standards can be used to implement IoT capabilities, and introduce how open source projects, like Eclipse IoT can be used to create IoT solutions based on the open standards.

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Ian Skerrett

VP of Marketing, Eclipse Foundation
Ian Skerrett is the VP of Marketing for the Eclipse Foundation and leads the Eclipse IoT open source community. The Eclipse IoT community consists of over 20 open source projects that are building some of the core technology that is required to build IoT solutions


Wednesday April 6, 2016 9:00am - 9:50am
Harbor Ballroom C

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