Prof Andy Stanford-Clark is an innovation leader in IBM Research and an IBM Distinguished Engineer and Master Inventor with 40 + patents.
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Andy reflects on the past 10 years of his innovative home energy saving projects, and how these have led to involvement in a community energy scheme, an island-scale renewable energy programme, and assisted living technology for the elderly.
His talk concludes with his outlook on technologies to watch in the coming years.
About the speaker
Prof Andy Stanford-Clark
Prof Andy Stanford-Clark is an innovation leader in IBM Research. He is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and Master Inventor with more than 40 patents. Andy is based at IBM's Hursley Park laboratories in the UK, and has has been working in the area we now call the Internet of Things for more than 25 years: he co-developed the MQTT messaging protocol in 1998, which is now an ISO/IEC standard.
He is an enthusiastic "maker", and is exploring 3D printing. He has a BSc in Computing and Mathematics, and a PhD in Computer Science. He is a Visiting Professor at the University of Newcastle, an Honorary Professor at the University of East Anglia, an Adjunct Professor at the University of Southampton, and a Fellow of the British Computer Society.
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