Guildford, 28th October 2015 – Eseye CTO Ian Marsden has been invited to the Geoweb summit to participate in a panel discussion today. The Geoweb summit is an evening conference for founders who are at the intersection of geographic information systems, location-based services and the Internet of Things. It’s a fast-paced program consisting of panel discussions and a networking reception.
Ian will participate in the ‘IoT development’ panel, where he will talk to the audience about what it is like to be a pioneer and a global tech leader in the Internet of Things. He will be joined by Yodit Stanton, founder and CEO at OpenSensors.io, building a connected world that puts people first, and Steve Marsh, the founder and CEO at GeoSpoke, the search engine for the physical world. Each panellist will represent the IoT’s fundamental building blocks: sensors and management services, data messaging systems and location data storage databases.
“Connected technology and inter-device communication is greatly increasing, leading to the rapid growth of the Internet of Things. We refer to this as the semantic web where devices from different manufacturers and service providers start to “talk” to each other to enrich the value delivered to enterprises or end users. At Eseye we take an open approach to how solutions are delivered, our primary focus is on strengthening our ability to meet the needs of our customers today and in the future. I am happy to share Eseye’s journey and give insights into how we deliver platform, infrastructure, and support to our customers. We have some great collaboration opportunities for start-ups.” – says Ian.
Ian Marsden will be speaking tonight 6:20 to 7:10 pm at IDEA, London, 26 Wilson Street, Shoreditch, London.