Friday 25th September, 2015
12:15pm to 1:15pm
The Digital Catapult is a national centre designed to advance rapidly the UK's best digital ideas and to help unlock new value from sharing closed and proprietary data. One of our key areas of focus is IoT and most recently we have been working closely with Camden Council to deploy a number of sensors a various locations across the borough to monitor intrusion and CO levels. To allow data backhaul from these remote locations we have deployed a trial Weightless-N based radio network. The talk will cover the project, the user cases and the network involved.
Head of Engineering, Digital Catapult
Peter currently heads up the Engineering team at the Digital Catapult - a national centre to rapidly advance the UK’s best digital ideas. Current projects include the Copyright Hub - A digital licensing platform to enable online marketplaces for copyright holders. Data Catalyser - A platform and proposition to help organisations create value from mixing and analysing closed data in a highly secure and robust way and the Environmental Data Exchange - A discovery platform enabling users to search, discover, use and share both open and closed environmental datasets.
Prior to joining the Digital Catapult Peter was Head of Product Innovation Engineering at Hibu Labs (Yell.com). He has also held the position of Product Director for Whole Application Community and Livewire Mobile and was involved in 5 Vodafone mobile network launches across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Peter’s academic origins and background are in Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering but over the course of his career he has embraced the areas of Product Management and User Experience.
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