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Thursday, February 23 • 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Transforming New Product Development with Open Hardware - Stephano Cetola, Intel

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Traditionally, product development and intellectual property have been thought of as inextricably bound together. The rise of open-source hardware over the past decade has challenged these ideas by creating new markets that thrive on standards of sharing and transparency. Even if your upcoming product cannot be open-source, there is still enormous value to be gained and given back to the community. In his talk, Stephano Cetola will highlight specific use cases where OSH played a pivotal role in bringing to market a series of embedded devices. He will show how OSH can be leveraged to quickly get prototypes and demos in the hands of potential customers. He will also discuss the role of Open Source Hardware in educating a new generation of embedded developers.

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Stephano Cetola

Embedded Software Engineer, Intel
Stephano Cetola is an Embedded Software Engineer at Intel where he contributes to the Yocto Project. Before joining Intel, Stephano worked on a small team of engineers bringing a suite of embedded display modules to market. Even further back he worked at Oregon Health & Science University deploying mobile research and learning stations in rural Oregon. Throughout his career he has used his unconventional background and training to create unique... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 12:10pm - 1:00pm
Broadway III/IV