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Harnessing the IOT Data Flood

    

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Presenter: Arkady Zaslasky, Data 61, CSIRO

Description: With billions of "things" delivering big data at brontobyte scale in next few years, this talk focuses on challenges of IoT data management architecture paradigm shift. The talk will also showcase a CSIRO IoT technology which brings together sensing and cloud computing and is an efficient platform for handling big IoT data. 

When: 12 midday AEST (Sydney) on Tuesday 16 August 2016 . The presentation will last 30 minutes followed by question time.

Where: The presentation is by webinar. After registering you will be sent details of how to logon.

Cost: This presentation is free to members of Engineers Australia (EA), the Australian Computer Society (ACS), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and IEEE. Just provide your membership number during registration for the event. The cost for non-members is $30.

How to register: Please register on the Engineers Australia event system. Note, to register you need to have a free EA ID which you can get on the first screen of the registration page. Take note of your ID number for future events.

About the presenter: Arkady Zaslavsky is a Senior Principal Research Scientist at Data61 business unit, CSIRO with positions a number of universities. He is currently involved in or leading a number of research projects including SensMA (Sensing Middleware Architecture); and OpenIoT, an Open Source blueprint for large scale self-organizing cloud environments for IoT applications.

Arkady is expert in Internet of Things, disconnected transaction management, replication in mobile computing environments, context-awareness and mobile agents, with over 350 research papers published and he has supervised to completion more than 35 PhD students. 


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