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Wednesday, February 22 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
How Developers Can Prepare for IoT Standards - Jeff Maynard, Cloud Technology Partners

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IoT is no longer just the “next big thing.” It is a key disruptive technology impacting nearly every industry today. Despite the widespread adoption of IoT devices, there are no central IoT standards, and no real oversight over development on smart devices. As a result, many devices use proprietary technology, but there’s increased demand for standards.

Jeff Maynard of Cloud Technology Partners, a founding member of AWS’ IoT Competency, will speak to the evolution of IoT, the increasing push for standards and the benefits these standards can provide. For example, when consumers purchase an IoT-enabled home thermostat, they want it to use an open standard that allows third-party applications to communicate and control the device, as well as others; but it also needs to support an effective security standard. Jeff will explain how to develop devices that meet consumers’ expectations.

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Jeff Maynard

Principal Architect, IoT Practice, Cloud Technology Partners
Jeff Maynard is a principal architect at Cloud Technology Partners (CTP). Jeff is a lead within CTP’s IoT practice, where he helps clients ideate, design, and deploy enterprise IoT solutions globally. Before joining CTP, Jeff had worked at a number of companies where he led product teams building hardware, data, and software products focused around IoT and Big Data. Jeff has a BA in Sociology from Boston University.


Wednesday February 22, 2017 11:30am - 12:20pm
Broadway I/II

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