Gerrit Grünwald
Presentation by: Gerrit Grünwald

Sensor networks with Java [ Hands on IoT Labs ]

Sensor networks are the way to go if you have to monitor environmental data like temperature etc. in a wide area. Usually you need some infrastructure including servers for communication, data storage etc. and to manage the network and make the sensor data available. This session will show how one could build a sensor network incl. the infrastructure based on embedded devices only. Therefor several embedded devices will be used like a Raspberry Pi, a BeagleBoneBlack, a CubieBoard2 and an i.MX6 based Cubox-i. The idea is to use cheap standard devices in combination with Java technology to realize a sensor network. In addition also mobile clients like a SmartWatch will be shown for visualizing the sensor network data.

Gerrit Grünwald

Gerrit Grünwald is a software engineer with more than eight years of experience in software development. He has been involved in Java desktop application and controls development. His current interests include JavaFX, HTML5, and Swing, especially development of custom controls in these technologies. Grunwald is also interested in Java-driven embedded technologies. He is a true believer in open source and has participated in popular projects like JFXtras.org as well as his own projects (Enzo, SteelSeries Swing, SteelSeries Canvas). Gerrit is an active member of the Java community, where he founded and leads the Java User Group Münster (Germany), he co-leads the JavaFX and IoT community, is a JavaOne rockstar and Java Champion. He is a speaker at conferences and user groups internationally.

Ron van Kemenade
Presentation by: Ron van Kemenade

IoT by Ron van Kemenade [CIO ING GLOBAL]

The ability to change affects us all: people, companies and banks. This not only concerns the recognition of the changes that will be met, but more so our preparation and how we will deal with it. Three years ago, Ron van Kemenade, CIO of ING Bank, started to direct the IT department towards more focus on customer orientation and how to make IT part Of the business rather than being In the business. Which technological developments will determine our way of life, both work- and personal-wise? What will be the effect of the ever-rising speed of technological innovation? What changes were and are needed within IT of banks? How will banks confine to IoT, and achieve banking anywhere, always!

Ron van Kemenade

Ron is a senior technology executive with over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, as well as telecommunications and internet. Currently he is broadening his field of knowledge with AngularJS. Over the past couple of years Ron’s career focus has gradually shifted from more commercial and operations roles towards information technology. “I find the influence that the (changes in) information technology can make on the customer experience of a companies customers very motivating. Though I do not have a technical education originally, I have learned a lot by self study and from the experience of working with some very good IT professionals”. Van Kemenades’vision for ING bank is to make a “true engineering culture, with people who are proud and able and continuously seek further specialisation within their field of work”.

Sander Mak Paul Bakker
Presentation by: Sander Mak and Paul Bakker

Provisioning the IoT

How do we get our software out on the Internet of Things? Many assumptions in current deployment practices don't hold up. Devices can be occasionally connected, through low-bandwidth networks and are generally outside of direct control. Manually shuffling around binaries is not an option. Apache ACE is an open-source Java provisioning tool tackling such challenges.You can manage Java apps and configs in a modular fashion. The foundations of ACE are OSGi, semantic versioning and reliable communication. Pushing out incremental updates and managing numerous devices becomes possible. We’ll show an example where a fictional car-entertainment system is updated and extended using ACE. Although the talk focusses on IoT, the mechanisms demonstrated applies to environments like the cloud too.

Sander Mak

Sander crafts scalable software at Luminis Technologies. With almost a decade of experience on the JVM platform, he specializes in modular Java and JavaScript development. Additionally, data analysis and machine learning are part of his ever growing list of interests. Sander loves sharing knowledge, for example through his blog at http://branchandbound.net and by writing for the Dutch Java Magazine. He speaks regularly at international developer conferences, sharing his passion for Java, alternative JVM languages and related technologies.

Paul Bakker

Paul is a software architect for Luminis Technologies and the author of ?Building Modular Cloud Apps With OSGi? published by O'Reilly. He believes that modularity and the cloud are two of the main challenges we have to deal with to bring technology to the next level, and is working on making this possible for mainstream software development. Paul is an active contributor on open source projects such as Amdatu, Apache ACE and BndTools. He has a background as a trainer on Java related technology and is a regular speaker on conferences.

Bas Geerdink
Presentation by: Bas Geerdink

Fast data in the IoT – presenting Coral: a framework for streaming, real-time anomalies detection

The Internet of Things (mobile phones, payment terminals, households, cars, etc.), streaming and real time data processing and analytics are the key elements to an improved customer experience and real-time transactions processing. In this way, you can get the most targeted processing for your domain (fraud detection, marketing customization, personalized recommenders, real time security alerting, etc.). This streaming “data flow” model implies processing customers’ events as soon as they enter via web APIs. This approach borrows a lot from distributed “data flow” concepts developed for processor architectures back in the 80’s. ING is investing in big data, analytics and stream processing to improve business processes such as fraud detection and customer relation management. In this talk we’ll present a framework that is currently under development with the aim of providing real-time analysis of financial transactions to detect fraud. After providing a brief introduction of the streaming computing landscape, we describe a RESTful API called “Coral” meant to design and deploy customized and flexible data flows. The user can compose data flow for a number of data streaming goals such as on-the-fly data clustering and classifiers, streaming analytics, per-event predictive analysis , real time recommenders. Once the events are processed, Coral passes the resulting analysis as actionable events for alerting, messaging or further processing to other systems. Coral is a flexible and generic event processing platform to transform streaming data into actionable events via a RESTful API. Those data flows are defined via the Web API by connecting together basic streaming processing elements named “coral actors”. The Coral framework manages those actors on a distributed and scalable architecture. The “Coral” streaming processing engine is generic and built on top of world class libraries such as Akka and Spark, and fully exposed via a RESTful web API.

Bas Geerdink

Bas is a programmer, scientist, and IT manager. At ING, he is responsible for setting up a data lake where data from all core systems of the bank is gathered and distributed. His academic background is in Artificial Intelligence and Informatics. His research on reference architectures for big data solutions was published at the IEEE conference ICITST 2013. Bas has a background in software development, design and architecture with a broad technical view from C++ to Prolog to Scala. He occasionally teaches programming courses and is a regular speaker on conferences and informal meetings.

Vinicius Senger Yara Mascarenhas Hornos Senger
Presentation by: Vinicius Senger and Yara Mascarenhas Hornos Senger

Designing end-to-end architectures for Internet of Things

During this session we will present many different types of boards, IoT scenarios and how Java can be useful in different contexts. We will present D.I.Y / maker project which is our automated sailboat in Brazil running Java on Raspberry Pi and Gemalto Concept Board. In the startup IoT perpspective we will show the IoT Surfboard that was designed in Ubatuba / Brazil and is being release in California showing a real product that came from prototype to the market, we will share many lessons about hardware factoring and prototypes going to production. We will also talk about Gemalto Concept Board / EHS6 module to show how you can add 3g / 4g connection to your legacy project or you can you the EHS6 module itself to produce real industry solutions with certified phone connection.

We also reserved 30 minutes to present different types of demos including:
- Bluetooth Robot with Intel Galileo
- IoT RESTFul Dashboard framework
- MQTT demosntration with images, twitter and Google Voice recognition
- Things API and Things Power Gateway using Java ME, Java SE an Java EE
- Gemalto Concept Board Demonstration (depend on phone data connection in the local)

In the end of this presentation you will be aware many different single-board computers: Intel Edison, Galileo, Raspberry Pi, Beagle Bone Black and also architectures for IoT edge devices to gateways and cloud. You will also learn how and when to use Java, when to not use Java and how to integrate all the IoT layers.

Vinicius Senger [Brazil]

Working with software development the last 20 years Senger founded Globalcode, the largest Brazilian educational center specialized in software development. Senger had presented more than 200 talks about Software Development, Java, Java EE and open-source hardware and nowadays is investing in a new company for open-source home automation and educational robotics.

Yara Mascarenhas Hornos Senger [Brazil]

Yara Senger (Brazil) has been a tireless Java activist in Brazil for many years. She is President of SouJava and she is an alternate representative of the group on the JCP Executive Committee. Yara has led SouJava in many initiatives, from technical events to social activities. She is co-founder and director of Globalcode, which trains developers throughout Brazil and The Developer's Conference besides several Hackathons and other events. In 2011, she was recipient of the Duke Choice's Award, for the JHome embedded environment. Yara is also an active speaker, giving presentations in many countries, including JavaOne SF, JavaOne Latin Ameria, JavaOne India, Devoxx, JFokus, and JUGs throughout Brazil and get recognized asJavaOne Rockstar Speaker.

Lena Bazylevska Willem Veelenturf
Presentation by: Lena Bazylevska and Willem Veelenturf

Humans at the heart of IoT Ecosystem – the Future is Already Around the Corner

Every minute moves us closer to a future where we, as humans, will not be independent individuals anymore. Rather, we will become a part of a mixed ecosystem of organic and non organic things, and of interconnected lives and technologies. Does this sound scary to you? Or do you want to be a part of this new world? Capgemini is already a part of this new world and have started preparing for the future. In this session, you will hear about initiatives we have started that incorporates technology into the lives of every modern community. You will walk away from this session with new insights about smart interconnected cities, examples of “connected” solutions, and a better understanding of the technology that works behind them.

Lena Bazylevska

Lena Bazylevska is Solution Architect voor digital transformation initiatieven en projecten bij Capgemini. Innovatie, architectuur en digitale business modellen zijn haar primaire focus gebieden.

Willem Veelenturf

Martin Förtsch Thomas Endres
Presentation by: Martin Förtsch and Thomas Endres

Gesture control and the new wave of 3-D camera devices. Fiction or reality?

Within the last few years gesture cameras started their triumphal march through the world of video gaming. A lot of new devices and games are showing the possibilities of this new way to control games in a spectacular way. This session is about different camera technologies, their binding to Java, and the advantages and disadvantages of the underlying technology. Via visualizers the presentation introduces the Leap Motion, Intel RealSense and Kinect 2. It includes many amazing demo showcases such as controlling a Parrot AR.Drone with bare hands and different metaphors. Other demos such as games present different applications for this new way to control computers and other systems.

Martin Förtsch

Software Consultant TNG Technology Consulting GmbH

Thomas Endres

Software Consultant TNG Technology Consulting GmbH

Rob van Kranenburg
Presentation by: Rob van Kranenburg

Internet of Things, wat is het en waar gaat het naar toe?

Alle kwaliteiten om positief te gaan werken met de connectiviteit in Internet of Things zijn aanwezig. Een generatie Millennium die niet bang is van de samenhang, die begrijpt dat de wereld en de politiek als een georganiseerd netwerk – een platform – moet opereren, die lokaal wil investeren in waarde (zie de G1000’s, de explosie van buurt initiatieven, Peerby,thuisafgehaald.nl, die snapt dat leasen het logische business model is in een wereld waar apparaten online zijn (autodelen.nl,deelauto.nl,meolease.nlvoor wasmachines…) en die bereid is na te denken over privacy als privacies, profielen van jezelf die samenhangen met activiteiten die je doet. Ik ga winkelen, dan zet ik dit profiel op mijn telefoon en ben ik zo aanspreekbaar en zo niet.

Als we Internet of Things maatschappelijk met zoveel mogelijk stakeholders uitdenken dan kunnen we Nederland zien als een platform met de grootte van een Chinese middelgrote smartcity die nu worden gebouwd. Nederland is altijd sterk geweest in het juist op tijd vervellen van organisatorisch model. Daar is altijd onze rijkdom en welvaart, en daaraan gekoppeld breed sociaal project aan te danken geweest.

Het is tijd voor een breed maatschappelijk debat.

Eén ding is zeker. We kunnen niet terug.

Rob van Kranenburg

Rob van Kranenburg is oprichter van Council, theinternetofthings.eu, de IoT Meetup Gent, en Internationale Internet of Things Dag, iotday.org, 9 April. Hij werkt als Community Manager in Novi Sad en Santander in het FP7 EU Smart City projectsociotal.eu

Gerard Boersema
Presentation by: Gerard Boersema

Connect globally, mesh locally. A bright future at low power

Wireless connectivity is still growing. New long range low power techniques offer an amazing future potential for IoT. In a highly interactive session this bright future is illustrated and challenging questions come along. How will it change our daily live? And how do we assure a backup in times of crisis? Anywhere connection to everything: will it bring heaven on earth or a turn out into a nightmare of complexity? After a plenary introduction the session is split-up in sub-groups. Join in! Do connect devices yourself using LoRa development kits. Think out-of-the-box and discuss local wireless mesh solutions. Be creative, share and discuss non-conventional solutions to stay in control of our own daily context. Despite the complexity of a world wide internet of things.

Gerard Boersema

As an electronics engineer Gerard Boersema has more than 15 years experience in technical software development. He uses technology creating innovative solutions, e.g. in the field of public transport. Gerard has hands on experience on Java, Python, Raspberry Pi, Arduino and electronics. He is a technology trendwatcher with sense of humor and a lot of creativity. Gerard Boersema is a Solution Architect at Ordina.

Hans Crijns
Presentation by: Hans Crijns

How to built IoT hardware

Last year, Internet-of-Things has become a very hot topic, with 10M$+investments and 1M$ Kickstarter campaigns, and the cost of hardware development dropping a lot. As a IoT hardware developer myself and with experience in developing many IoT devices (Bluetooth, wifi, Ethernet, GSM) and getting them into (pilot) production, this presentation will explain the steps needed to get from idea to a product by means of real life examples. Second, the presentation will show how a software developer can get started with IoT hardware in a relatively short time and a limited budget.

Hans Crijns

Founder of CloudSensor, a IoT hardware design firm. Designed and manufactured IoT devices for many startups and larger companies, ranging from smart energy, location tracking, weather tracking, etc. Previously co-founded Genexis, a telecoms hardware company that has 100.000s of devices installed all over Europe.

Ralph Bisschops
Presentation by: Ralph Bisschops

Thinking Things [CGI]

The Internet of Things is already part of our daily live. It is expected that the Internet of Things will change our environment more and more. Therefor CGI is approaching the Internet of Things not just from a technical perspective. We offer our clients secure, mission critical business solutions with short development cycles taking into account our social responsibility. Your role as a developer, but also as a part of society is the key subject in this inspiring session. CGI offers an outlook on the possibilities and the future of Internet of Things. CGI intents to make you think about your role in this exciting development.

Ralph Bisschops is product manager at CGI with a strong background in Telecommunications and ICT. Ralph is bridging the gap between customer demand and the development of functionality. Currently Ralph is responsible for the development of productised solutions around Internet of Things.

Kai Kreuzer
Presentation by: Kai Kreuzer

Smart Home Development Made Easy

Despite the buzz around the Internet of Things (IoT) there are still many devices, systems and protocols for home automation that cannot be directly hooked up to your wifi and used through IP. To enable smartphone apps to access them and to integrate them with other devices, a home gateway is required. Eclipse SmartHome is a flexible software framework for such home gateways. It was initiated by the popular open-source project openHAB, which connects to a multitude of different systems and comes with powerful automation rules and nice UIs. Its modular architecture guarantees simple extensibility. This session includes live hacking and you will of course see a smart home live demo that goes way beyond the standard use cases.

Kai Kreuzer

Kai Kreuzer is a Java and OSGi expert, a Home Automation enthusiast, founder of openHAB.org, project lead of Eclipse SmartHome and co-lead of the Eclipse IoT top-level project. He works as a Developer Evangelist in the Connected Home department of Deutsche Telekom AG and is a regular speaker at international conferences.

Jan Toebes
Presentation by: Jan Toebes

How to build your own robot

Door internet of things is het eenvoudig om nu zelf toepassingen te bedenken die voorheen niet mogelijk waren. Het enige wat rest is de ontwikkelaar te overtuigen en tot inzicht te laten komen hoe makkelijk het is. Doel van deze presentatie is hieraan bij te dragen. Een robot bouwen met een raspberry pi en een arduino. Wie wil dat nou niet? Wat komt er bij kijken? Waar loop je tegen aan? Gedurende deze sessie presentatie wordt het publiek in drie kwartier geinspireerd en gemotiveerd om daarna zelf aan de slag te gaan. Voor het bouwen van de robot is er gekozen voor de volgende stack: • een motorblok • arduino • raspberry pi, met nodejs • user interface, dmv angular Gedurende deze sessie zullen verschillende thema’s aan bod komen. Denk hierbij aan hoe het systeem van stroom voorzien wordt, hoe de communicatie verloopt tussen arduino en het motorblok, de communicatie tussen de raspberry pi en arduino en natuurlijk de user interface. Uniek aan deze opstelling is dat de robot volledig autonoom is. Er draait een webserver op en de arduino is te programmeren is via de raspberry pi. Deze sessie is eerder gegeven op een meetup en goed ontvangen. Met name de afwisseling tussen theorie, code en live demo zorgt ervoor dat het publiek voortdurend geprikkeld wordt en tot inzicht komt hoe relatief eenvoudig dit tegenwoordig is geworden.

Jan Toebes

Meer dan een decennium software ervaring en altijd een passie gehad voor de technische informatica. Mijn motto is 'quality without compromise' en wil altijd het maximale geven om het beste ergens neer te zetten. De scheidslijn tussen IT en techniek is waarin ik het beste opereer. Gedurende mijn carriere heb ik verschillende complexe systemen ontworpen; denk aan het aansturen van een olieraffinaderij en het nieuwe bagagetransport systeem van Londen Heathrow. Binnen Xebia, mijn huidige werkgever, hebben wij de makerslab opgericht, waarin wij elke dinsdagavond coole gadgets maken.

Flavia Sequeira
Presentation by: Flavia Sequeira

The API Developer Experience

These days, many people are learning how to build REST Hypermedia APIs. Developers that build great client applications recognize a great API immediately. In this talk, I discuss what makes a great Developer Experience happen. For many teams, this journey starts with creating poor APIs ( “it talks Json, right?”) and ends sometimes with great APIs (“Wow, as a client app developer I immediately get what I can do with this”) In my talk I want to share what I have learned the last 3 years as a developer and coachAs an API developer, you are building a programmable platform for other developers. What they need from you is: ease of use, documentation, sandbox environments, etc. You are building a product. Instead of the UX you have to design the DX.

Flavia Sequeira

I’m working a a lead developer and coach of multiple teams at ING Domestic Bank NL. My day-to-day job involves designing and building APIs and training other teams to build APIs. I’m a fan of engineering and information technology. I have been developing software for the last decade, and have been lucky so far in being able to work with some of the best people in the field. I’ve come to cherish concepts like Domain Driven Design, Model Driven Architecture, Scrum and the latest additions – API’s. Gamification and Service Design. Being able to apply these concepts makes the journey fulfilling.

Ron Peereboom
Presentation by: Ron Peereboom

IoT – Internet of Trains

Doordat de treinreiziger van vandaag met een smartphone op zak toegang heeft tot het internet, veranderen de vragen aan het NS personeel. Tel daarbij op wat technisch mogelijk is en je ziet een nieuwe wereld ontstaan. Door aan de voorkant alle medewerkers te voorzien van smartphones met apps, en in de backend allerlei sensordata uit treinen en plansystemen bijeen te brengen ontstaat er een schat aan nieuwe mogelijkheden. Zowel voor de eigen operatie als voor reizigers. De eigen operatie krijgt de mogelijkheid de interne processen beter te laten verlopen en tegelijkertijd de reiziger beter, op maat, te informeren over zijn of haar reis. Hierdoor wordt de impact van verstoringen verkleind en is de reiziger steeds meer ‘in-control’. Door middel van een kijkje onder de motorkap word je deelgenoot van de complexiteit en uitdagingen die hierbij komen kijken en krijg je een beeld van het innovatieve IT landschap bij NS.

Ron Peereboom

Ron Peereboom is Business Consultant at NS. His focus area is mobile in the blue collar environment where he is responsible for transforming innovative ideas into business solutions. Ron has over 20 years experience in the mobile arena and is specialised in bridging the gap between people and technology.

Oliver Heuser
Presentation by: Oliver Heuser

Multiplexing Data Streams with Java Embedded, OSGi and JMS for the Internet of Things

The session presents the theory behind smooth multiplexing of wireless sensor protocols to adapt and control sensors of different manufacturers very easily. This is done through a high performance multiplexing protocol specially developed for embedded systems like RPi, BBB or CubieTruck. The multiplexer runs on the former mentioned hardware and consists of a bunch of different bundles running within an OSGi container – here Equinox. The product is currently under development and prepared for usage within areas of e-Health, smart cities/environment, building/industry automation and M2M in general. In general the session should show the open possibilities the solution can address by using one protocol for controling different sensors and applicances.

Oliver Heuser

Oliver works as the lead software architect for his company. His interests are lying in the whole area of development on the Java embedded platform, OSGi and their optimizations on miniaturized systems. He is notable advisor on the Telecommunication and Automotive branches, author of several publications including books like 'Java WebServices' and is engaged in scientific projects regarding the usage of transponder technologies/protocols in the automation area at all and the IoT.

Hugo Visser
Presentation by: Hugo Visser

Connecting the Bean: the bumpy road of Bluetooth Low Energy on Android

Connecting smart, low energy peripherals using Bluetooth Low Energy seems easy enough; the devices and API’s are available since Android 4.3, but only until you start using those API’s you’ll encounter strange, undocumented and sometimes surprising details. In this session I’ll talk about Android BLE and the particularities of it, by taking the experience and learnings of building the unofficial SDK for the LightBlue Bean. This session will cover what BLE is, the key API’s involved and will highlight tips, tricks and issues for each API.

Hugo Visser

Hugo has over 15 years of experience as a software engineer, ranging from server side to desktop and from web to mobile. Since the original announcement he closely follows the developments of the Android platform which resulted in his first app in 2009, Rainy Days, which has since been downloaded nearly 1.000.000 times worldwide. He runs his own company Little Robots that focuses on apps and other clever uses of the Android platform. Hugo is also an organiser of The Dutch Android User Group, where Android professionals can meet and share knowledge with each other during monthly meetings.

Frank Wammes
Presentation by: Frank Wammes

The Internet of Things vs. The Internet of Services; which game to play

Things will change our lives. We will be connected to potentially every object in the world and the data gathered from this will drive decision making into a whole new perspective. But it is not the Thing as such that developers should be focused on. It is the Service we can build out of connecting with the Things. Think about Philips Hue light, it is not so much a light bulb, it is creating a new experience based on connectivity, cloud and integration with other apps. That is the service that is provided towards customers and drivers, all based on a connected world.
This presentation gives some small insights in the Things, the main part will be on the challenge to drive the Service out of it. What is the impact on the mindset of a developer to really drive value out of the connected world.
Will you be building Things the rest of your life, or will you make a Dent in the Service Universe?

Frank Wammes

Expert in SAP, Mobility, TechnoVision, Insights & Data. My broad perspective on technology and insight in mobile solutions helps me to advice companies how to apply mobile technology to gain competitive advantage as well provide architectural perspective as well as from a change management perspective.

Dierk Koenig
Presentation by: Dierk Koenig

Stop! Or My Duke Will Shoot!

The Internet of Things needs an application architecture that enables the gathering of information from many devices; aggregation and processing of that data, including human supervision and intervention; and, finally, appropriate reaction to close the cybernetic feedback loop. This session proposes a reactive architecture based on OpenDolphin in which all application logic runs on the Java EE platform. The attendees will become part of a live experiment in which they have to collaborate, with the help of many devices, to balance a JavaFX 3D scene so that a physical shooting device in the room can launch its missiles. Expect a lot of fun and some surprises.

Dierk Koenig

Soon.

Folkert Schram de Jong
Presentation by: Folkert Schram de Jong

Continuous Delivery for the Internet of things

The IoT is a relatively new topic, but, soon we will be expected to develop IoT apps at an enterprise level with a high level of maturity and flexibility. In a collaborative session, I want to demonstrate the power of the IBM Bluemix platform. This platform is IoT-ready, offering the Internet of Things Foundation and Node-red integration. We will connect our devices and create an app that interprets the data. Furthermore, our code will enter a proper Continuous Delivery pipeline, doing which, we will have become enterprise-ready.

Folkert Schram de Jong

Folkert Schram de Jong is a Solution Architect at Capgemini. He works on digital transformation for financial institutions and is continuously looking for improvements in the software delivery process.

Ben Ooms
Presentation by: Ben Ooms

Getting started with IoT with Arduino

Do you want to start developing IoT devices but you don't know where to start? Then this hands on is for you. You will learn the electronic basics you need to know and the Arduino platform. We will start with small cases and gradually work up until the end of the presentation you will have build a Arduino sensor client what will be able to connect with a server. By the end off this hands on you will be able to work with Arduino's and know the basics to put your IoT idea's into reality. For this hands on you need a laptop, the Arduino hardware will be provided.

Ben Ooms

Ben Ooms is a Java technology specialist working at Sogeti. He is passionate by technology and uses his free time working on both hardware and software projects that interact with the surrounding environment.

Nienke Alma
Presentation by: Nienke Alma

Humans at the heart of IoT Ecosystem – the Future is Already Around the Corner

Every minute moves us closer to a future where we, as humans, will not be independent individuals anymore. Rather, we will become a part of a mixed ecosystem of organic and non organic things, and of interconnected lives and technologies. Does this sound scary to you? Or do you want to be a part of this new world? Capgemini is already a part of this new world and have started preparing for the future. In this session, you will hear about initiatives we have started that incorporates technology into the lives of every modern community. You will walk away from this session with new insights about smart interconnected cities, examples of “connected” solutions, and a better understanding of the technology that works behind them.

Nienke Alma

Nienke Alma is an ambitious and open minded person, always eager to learn and develop herself. She has an eye for detail with a constant focus on quality, She likes to work in teams, where she is very well able to connect people with different backgrounds.

Jan Thijn van Lisdonk
Presentation by: Jan Thijn van Lisdonk

De impact van IoT op technical software engineering, een praktijkcase

Op dit moment zijn er vele producten op de markt die relatie hebben tot IoT. Één van deze producten is Philips hue. Na jaren aan dit product te hebben gewerkt blijf ik ervan houden. Het werken aan dit product heeft me geïnspireerd om IoT ook in mijn thuissituatie toe te passen. Ik zal jullie laten zien hoe je thuis eenvoudig de eerste stappen kunt maken richting je eigen IoT-implementatie. Hierbij gaan we niet diep in op de code of complete oplossingen, maar ik geef je de handvatten om zelf aan de slag te gaan. Door slim gebruik te maken van de community, bestaande hardware en bestaande software kun je je einddoel snel bereiken. Daarna is het maken van je eigen IoT nog een kwestie van tijd. Tot slot kijken we hoe IoT in dit kader een stempel gaat drukken op de toekomst..

Jan Thijn van Lisdonk

Jan-Thijn werkt als Technical Software Engineer consultant en afstudeer begeleider voor CGI. In de afgelopen jaren heeft hij bij verschillende grote bedrijven gewerkt in de chip-fabricage en licht industrie. Mede door zijn werk aan Philips hue is hij in contact gekomen met IoT, heeft deze technologie omarmd en is deze breed gaan toepassen.

Gerard Boersema
Presentation by: Gerard Boersema

Build your own Intranet of Things

IoT changes our life at an incredible rate. Moore’s Law shows exponential growth for so many years now. Global connectivity and M2M for a few euro’s: the future is ours. There is no way back. Privacy and security issues have never been so important. Mankind is increasingly dependent on technical solutions, the world needs smart developers! Ordina has a strong focus on sustainable innovation. At the Smart Technologies department we fly drones using VR devices, build Pi and Arduino robotics and inspire customers sharing these hightech magic. Our session will be highly interactive. Let’s talk about “Simple and Offline” versus “Complex and Google”. How do you build your own intranet of things? Private, secure and independent? ICT for human beings! Same technology, different mindset?

Gerard Boersema

As an electronics engineer Gerard Boersema has more than 15 years experience in technical software development. He uses technology creating innovative solutions, e.g. in the field of public transport. Gerard has hands on experience on Java, Python, Raspberry Pi, Arduino and electronics. He is a technology trendwatcher with sense of humor and a lot of creativity.

Rob Brinkman
Presentation by: Rob Brinkman

Westy Tracking Platform op basis van Vert.x, Redis, AngularJS en Docker

Rond reizen door Europa met een Volkswagen Westfalia Camper staat met stip boven aan mijn lijstje. Om, bij terugkomst, maximaal na te kunnen genieten wordt de hele reis gelogd en is ons avontuur, voor vrienden en bekenden, realtime online te volgen. Om tijdens de reis maximaal te kunnen genieten en minimaal afgeleid te zijn door mijn passie voor techniek heb ik er voor gekozen om een kant en klare tracker aan te schaffen. Het gevolg hiervan is inderdaad minimale afleiding omdat het kastje geen knoppen e.d.. heeft. Dit betekend echter ook minimale invloed op de werking van de tracker. De in China aangeschafte trackers zijn uitgerust met een Sim kaart en via GPRS 24/7 online. De locatie updates, en evt. aanvullende informatie, worden als een continue stroom van TCP pakketjes naar de applicatie verstuurd. De in Vert.x gerealiseerde applicatie handelt de communicatie met tracker af, archiveert de events in Redis en visualiseert dit live via een AngularJS gebaseerde applicatie. Tijdens deze sessie wordt de architectuur en implementatie van de applicatie toegelicht. Het doel van de sessie is dat de deelnemers: een goed beeld hebben van deze moderne applicatie architectuur en de componenten in deze architectuur; een introductie krijgen in de gebruikte technieken als Vert.x, Redis, AngularJS, D3 en Docker; de behoefte hebben om zelf ook een Westy aan te schaffen en op reis te gaan.

Rob Brinkman

Rob is een van de oprichters van JDriven en binnen JDriven primair verantwoordelijk voor de ontwikkeling van zijn collega's en de organisatie. Op basis van zijn passie voor techniek en ruime ervaring als ontwikkelaar, architect en vakidioot grijpt hij elke kans om de code in te duiken.

Aurelius Wosylus
Presentation by: Aurelius Wosylus

Developing in the Age of IoT Connectivity

The IoT represents an enormous business opportunity for intelligent device software developers – an opportunity not to be missed. Intelligent devices are becoming an integral part of daily life. From medical equipment to wearable tech, the connectivity capabilities of such devices shift the value from the hardware to the software that controls it. At the same time, connectivity capabilities make the software intellectual property of hardware more vulnerable to security threats. Therefore, it is crucial that developers protect and secure their software. In this talk, we will introduce technology, tools, and processes available for embedded development environments, used to protect and control intellectual property and its distribution. This technology protects software from reverse engineering and tampering. The audience will learn how this licensing technology is easily integrated via an auto-installer and the benefit this brings to the development environment. Business models new to the embedded world, made technically possible by licensing, will be introduced and explained as well. Capabilities such as on-the-fly feature management, usage data collection, product activation, and contract enforcement, will be covered. Last but not least, developers, by taking advantage of this technology, will benefit from a quicker time to market.

Aurelius Wosylus

Aurelius Wosylus joined SafeNet in 2012 as Software Monetisation Director Business Development for Embedded Markets and IoT. During his 18-year career in technology, Aurelius has worked for several multinational companies. Previously to working with SafeNet, he was Sales Director EMEA for AMD, where he worked for 7 years. Aurelius started as a lab operator for FEI, and later as a field application engineer for Lattice Semiconductor. He also worked for STMicroelectronics for 5 years as product marketing, then key account sales. Subsequently he held several senior sales leadership positions within EMEA for AMD. Aurelius was also the owner and general manager of Mycon Technologies. Aurelius has an Engineer Diploma in Electrotechnics from University of Applied Sciences, München, and a Business Administration and Management degree from St. Galler Business School. He specializes in Embedded Markets, IoT and CAS, CRM, customer profile and demand analysis, online marketing and search engine technologies.

Pim Hazebroek
Presentation by: Pim Hazebroek

Bouw je eigen IoT weerstation met Arduino en Bluetooth

Het open source hardware platform Arduino is door zijn populariteit enorm geschikt als “thing” in het Internet of Things (IoT). Een Arduino hoeft niet perse rechtstreeks op het internet aangesloten te zijn maar kan ook door middel van draadloze technologie communiceren met andere things om zo indirect deel uit te maken van het IoT netwerk. Bluetooth is erg geschikt als draadloze communicatie technologie voor IoT omdat het energie zuinig is en automatisch verbinding kan maken met een peer netwerk. Voor je aan de slag gaat met de Arduino zal een korte introductie gegeven worden om de basis van de Arduino te leren. Daarna ga je met deze Hands on Lab zelf aan de slag met je eigen laptop en krijg je een Arduino met accessoires te leen. Je gaat een temperatuur en vochtigheidssensor aansluiten op de Arduino en die uitlezen met behulp van Bluetooth. Op je laptop zal een Java applicatie ontwikkeld worden waarmee je via Bluetooth contact maakt met de Arduino. De Java applicatie zal een REST API aan gaan bieden om de data van de sensors lokaal via de browser te kunnen raadplegen. Deze Hands on Lab is gebaseerd op een 1-daagse IoT workshop die Pim regelmatig bij Info Support geeft. Na deze sessie heb je de kennis om zelf aan de slag te kunnen gaan met een Arduino en sensoren. Je kan sensoren uitlezen en Arduino libraries gebruiken. Tevens heb je geleerd hoe je via Bluetooth kan communiceren met de Arduino om gegevens uit te wisselen en hoe je die informatie online beschikbaar kunt maken via een REST API. Voor deze Hands on Lab worden er 12 Arduino’s beschikbaar gesteld inclusief sensoren, Bluetooth module en accessoires. Deze kant en klare prototype kit maakt het mogelijk om heel eenvoudig zonder solderen een “thing” te bouwen. Het aantal plaatsen is dus beperkt.

Pim Hazebroek

Pim werkt als Java Consultant en trainer bij Info Support. Momenteel werkt hij in een DevOps team voor een grote financiële dienstverlener in Nederland. In zijn vrije tijd ontwikkeld hij graag projecten met zowel software als hardware. Hij is een expert op het gebied van Arduino. Hij heeft zelfs een bestuurbaar wagentje gebouwd met de Arduino. Door middel van een JavaFX applicatie worden de signalen van een Xbox-controller doorgestuurd, en informatie verzameld zoals de snelheid.

Geert Schuring
Presentation by: Geert Schuring

There's a Camel in my house

This talk will demonstrate what Apache Camel is doing in my house, and how it makes a perfect combination with Tinkerforge hardware. From preventing the door bell from ringing in the middle of the night, to collecting indoor climate data and switching lights based on movement and ambient lighting conditions, to creating a nice ambiance by mixing colors on an RGB LED matrix. Apache Camel is a very powerful integration tool, and has a solid 10 year history in which the total number of ready-to-go endpoints has reached a stunning 160! It also scales very well from a simple hello world example printing messages in a log, to large scale enterprise deployments using message brokers, load balancers and fail-over. In this session you will not only learn how Apache Camel can be used in your home environment, but also how this can be extended to a corporate environment. The session will demonstrate the small footprint, as well as some of the most powerful features. This talk will feature a live demonstration of Tinkerforge hardware controlled by Apache Camel running on an Odroid U3 and cover the following topics: * What is Apache Camel and why is it such a great choice for home automation? * What is Tinkerforge and why is it perfect for software developers with hardware needs? * What is the Odroid U3, and why would I use it? * How can Apache Camel, Tinkerforge and an Odroid be combined to do great stuff? Apache Camel is an incredibly versatile message router and integration tool: http://camel.apache.org/ Tinkerforge is open source hardware from Germany: http://www.tinkerforge.com/en The Odroid U3 is a very small but also powerful nano computer from Hardkernel, South Korea: http://www.hardkernel.com/main/products/prdt_info.php?g_code=G138745696275

Geert Schuring

Geert is very passionate in sharing how he combines and extends different open source products, and usually brings something beeping, blinking and ticking to the stage. He is a passionate Java developer who's focusing on backend and integration technology. He has a lot of experience with apache projects like Camel, ActiveMQ, ServiceMix, Karaf, and is an active contributor to these projects. He's also a big Redhat fan and an expert on the JBoss Fuse middleware stack. During the day Geert solves integration problems using the said technology, but when the sun goes down, his house becomes the subject of his technical adventures. He has used Camel and Tinkerforge to gather all kinds of data, and control door bells, room lights and even self-made LED matrix screens that his daughters can control with a real control panel in their room.

François Girodolle
Presentation by: François Girodolle

Creating the Thoughtful Home

For years, people have been talking about home automation. There are universal remotes, digital wall panels and apps that let you control the devices in your home. But ‘Works with Nest’ is more than just an on/off switch. It’s about making your house a more thoughtful and conscious home. ‘Works with Nest’ makes it possible for your Nest devices to securely interact with the things you already use every day, both inside and outside of your home. Because when we connect these different parts of your life, we can work behind the scenes to deliver personalized comfort, safety and energy savings. Nest already works with all kinds of things – lights, appliances, fitness bands and even cars. More information about all current partnerships and the developer program can be found here: https://developer.nest.com/ The Nest Developer Program isn’t about simply linking and remote controlling the devices in your home. Anyone can do that. This is about working behind the scenes to anticipate people’s needs and make their lives easier. And with the Nest Developer Program, we’re providing the tools to make that a reality. Nest products don’t just hang on the wall. They interact with people and their homes. They learn from our users, communicate with local energy providers and work seamlessly with the complicated HVAC systems people have in their homes. And now with the Nest API, we’re letting you leverage what our products can do. By giving you access to Home and Away states, smoke and CO alerts, and peak energy rush hour events, we’re giving you the tools you need to build interesting and meaningful integrations, while still maintaining control of your own user experiences. We can’t wait to see what you come up with. So go for it. Build away. Get to know the Nest API, how to communicate with the Nest service, access shared data values and manage data access controls and security protocol. The Nest API is a near real-time data API, offering subscription-based access to data shared by Nest devices. With the Nest API, developers can build clients that access Nest device data, and get the ability to read or write shared data values.

François Girodolle

Francois is the head of European product partnerships at Nest, working closely with iconic brands including Whirlpool, Mercedes-Benz, and Philips Hue to create meaningful and thoughtful product integrations. Through the Works with Nest developer program, Nest and partners can build connections that anticipate people’s needs to make their lives easier. Prior to Nest, Francois held senior product, marketing and business development roles at several major European tech players, as well as being an advisor to technology start-ups, and a judge and mentor in various globally recognised innovation accelerators and competitions. François holds a Master's degree in Engineering from Supelec, and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management (Sloan Fellows).

Chris de Vreeze
Presentation by: Chris de Vreeze

Validatie van complexe gegevensstromen op basis van Scala en XML

Bij de term Internet of Things wordt al snel gedacht aan domotica toepassingen. In zo'n setting levert gebrekkige data-kwaliteit hooguit wat ongemak op. Dezelfde technieken hebben ook grote toepassingen, zoals in de zorg, petrochemie, transport en voedingsmiddelenindustrie. Daar is data-kwaliteit van levensbelang. De grote uitdaging voor een bredere inzet van IoT toepassingen is dan ook het vertrouwen in goede kwaliteitssystemen.

Binnen EBPI is veel ervaring met keteninformatiesystemen die alleen tot stand kunnen komen door het vertrouwen van alle aansluitende partijen. Een facet hierin is het gebruik van duidelijke berichtstandaarden. Voorbeelden zijn keteninformatiestandaarden als XBRL, of IoT protocollen als XMPP.

Bij berichtstandaarden hoort validatie. EBPI heeft veel ervaring met complexe validaties rond diverse XML standaarden, door gebruik van Scala en de yaidom XML querying API. Yaidom wordt in de presentatie getoond aan de hand van voorbeelden van XMPP berichten en van XBRL rapportages. We hopen daarmee te laten zien hoe beknoptheid en expressiviteit (van Scala en yaidom) bijdragen aan correctheid en kwaliteit van data en daarmee van de hele keten.

Chris de Vreeze

Chris de Vreeze is senior Scala/Java programmeur bij EBPI. Na afronding van zijn Informatica studie aan de Universiteit Twente is hij meer dan 20 jaar actief geweest als programmeur. Chris heeft daarbij meer dan eens bijgedragen aan hogere team-productiviteit en software-kwaliteit. Bij EBPI heeft hij Scala geintroduceerd, en heeft hij aan de basis gestaan van een "software stack" waarmee complexe gegevensstromen worden gevalideerd.

Pim Stolk
Presentation by: Pim Stolk

Internet of things: The Connected Bank

Within the mobile banking department a feature team (Think Forward team) focuses on the exploration and realization of customer innovations. The significant improvements in mobility and the internet of things challenges this team and ING to adopt new innovative solutions. However for a bank these new technologies also bring a lot of responsibilities such as privacy and security. In this presentation we will share some of our current and future solutions and will explain their relation with the internet of things and how they interact with each other. We will cover the following topics:

Available or near future:
• Android Wear - It is easy to check your balance straight from your wrist.
• Android Mobile Payment - Paying your coffee is as easy as tapping your phone against the payment terminal.
• Voice Recognition (Inge) and Voice Authorization - As already known, ING released a virtual assistant called Inge. With Inge you can do your daily banking with your voice, it is as easy as saying "Transfer 25 euro's to Jan". It is also very easy to use Inge in your car when connected to your car kit.

Exploratory Home Automation
• What would happen if you let the mobile banking app communicate with Homey; you can ask your home automation system for your current balance straight from your couch.
When a deposit or withdrawal is made on one of your accounts, Homey can blink the lights in your living room in red or green. In the future we can even go a step further and let Homey check your fridge and ask ING Mobile app to authorize a payment for those most needed groceries.

Connected lion toy
• For our youngest costumers, during a hackathon we created a connected toy called "Bankey".
Bankey will wiggle his tail when a you got your pocket money added to your savings account.

However, there is than innovation, we want to talk about how we think we can connect all these "things" together to act as an connected bank. The ING Mobile Application is capable of helping more than just your daily banking, it is built in such a way that it is modular and easy to connect to. Our ultimate goal is to help all our costumers getting financially fit and we believe that by connecting all these devices we can make that possible.

Pim Stolk

Pim is a true mobile and technology enthusiast and is currently working as an Engineer in the ThinkForward team at ING. This team created ‘Inge’ the virtual assistant that incorporated vocal password in the mobile banking app.” Beside mobile his biggest passion is home automation. Connecting our home using pervasive networks is creating the ultimate internet of things which Pim believe is the future of home living.

Jan Peter Jansen
Presentation by: Jan Peter Jansen

Continuous Destroyment – changing the world with Docker

Bij de ICTU Software Delivery afdeling wordt op kwaliteitsgedreven en Agile wijze gewerkt aan softwareontwikkeling voor de overheid. Momenteel werken zo’n 90 man in 10 Scrumteams aan een dito aantal projecten. Eén van de grootste technische uitdagingen van de laatste jaren was het omgevingenbeheer. Voor ieder project bestond – en bestaat - er een continuous delivery pipeline langs een projectspecifieke ontwikkel-, test-, regressie-, integratie-, performance- en securityomgeving. Daarnaast waren er per project gespiegelde omgevingen voor de acceptatie- en productieomgevingen, omgevingen voor demo-, GAT- en PAT-doeleinden en omgevingen voor het uitvoeren van middleware-testen. In combinatie met de relatief complexe omgevingsconfiguraties, een groeiend aantal projecten en een strategie waarin de servers handmatig beheerd werden, leidde dit tot een steeds moeilijker beheersbare situatie en een lange time-to-market. Een aantal jaar geleden zijn we overgestapt naar een infrastructure-as-code aanpak, waarin we het dependency-management principe, zoals ook gebruikt door maven, hebben verruimd naar de serverconfiguraties, databasestructuren, systeemkoppelingen en datasets. Met behulp van het Docker-platform is het nu mogelijk om voor iedere softwarerelease, databasepatch of omgevingsconfiguratiewijziging een nieuwe versie van een “omgevingsrecept” te genereren. Dit omgevingsrecept kan vervolgens in onze private Docker-cloud worden ingelezen, wat resulteert in de gewenste combinatie van servers, packages, software en configuratie “ergens in de cloud”. Naast het grote voordeel dat met deze aanpak het beheer is teruggebracht van zo’n 500 virtuele servers naar 10 omgevingsrecepten, biedt de aanpak de mogelijkheid om omgevingen alleen te laten bestaan als ze werkelijk nodig zijn. Dat betekent dat we voor een groot deel van de tijd geen omgevingen meer in de lucht hoeven te houden. De continuous delivery pipeline creëert voor iedere stap zelf een nieuwe omgeving en ruimt deze weer op wanneer ze niet meer nodig is. En als een tester een softwareversie wil testen, maakt hij of zij simpelweg een nieuwe omgeving aan op basis van het bijbehorende omgevingsrecept en de gewenste dataset, voert zijn of haar tests uit en verwijdert de omgeving weer. Kortom: van continuous deployment naar continuous creation en continuous destru… destroyment. Jan Peter licht in deze sessie de technische opzet van de Docker-cloud en de huidige gebruikspatronen van de omgevingsrecepten toe. Hij geeft een visie op hoe Docker kan bijdragen aan een betere samenwerking tussen softwareontwikkelorganisaties en schetst een beeld over de mogelijke rol van Docker in the Internet of Things.

Jan Peter Jansen

Jan Peter is in 2006 als Java softwareontwikkelaar en –architect gestart bij ICTU, de organisatie die werkt aan een digitale overheid. Jan Peter is in die periode één van de drijvende krachten geweest voor het kwaliteitsgericht ontwikkelen en iteratief werken conform DSDM en RUP bij ICTU. In 2009 is in het project “Landelijk Register Kinderopvang (LRK)” voor het eerst gestart met het in-huis realiseren van software conform de Agile Scrum methodiek. Jan Peter had in dit project de rol van technisch projectleider. Binnen ICTU is die rol een combinatie van softwarearchitect, integrator en projectleider. Met het LRK-project is de basis gelegd voor de huidige ICTU aanpak op het terrein van Software Delivery. Op deze afdeling werken momenteel zo’n 100 IT-experts die allen vanuit hun specifieke expertise onder ICTU-regie en op de Agile Scrum wijze werken aan projecten voor de overheid. Jan Peter is als lid van het driekoppig managementteam verantwoordelijk voor het technisch beleid, de technische strategie en het borgen van de procesconformiteit binnen de projecten. Speerpunten zijn transparantie, wendbaarheid, kwaliteit en kortcyclische productiewaardige opleveringen. Deze worden gerealiseerd door o.a. het open-huis-principe, een Agile werkproces, een realtime kwaliteitsmonitoringsysteem en continuous delivery. Jan Peter heeft een mensgedreven kijk op softwareontwikkeling: het succes van een project is grotendeels afhankelijk van de juiste combinatie van mensen. Het creëren van een omgeving waarin iedereen optimaal tot zijn recht komt, blijft een continue prioriteit.

Irene de Ruijter
Presentation by: Irene de Ruijter

Ontwikkel meer met behulp van de Internet of Things Academy

De Internet of Things Academy heeft als missie om de groei van Internet of Things te stimuleren. Enerzijds door het vergroten van kennis rondom IoT. Anderzijds stelt de Academy developers in staat beter te prototypen, testen en ontwikkelen door het beschikbaar maken van IoT-Development kits. De IoT Developers Day heeft de primeur. Tijdens het event wordt de Internet of Things Academy officieel gelanceerd in Nederland. In de plenaire talk licht Irene de Ruijter, general manager IoT Academy, de activiteiten van de Academy toe. Ontdek hoe je in aanmerking komt voor de eerste IoT Development Kits en welke uitdagende Challenges er voor je op stapel staan. Tijdens de netwerkborrel staat bovendien een Tesla, de coolste IoT toepassing , voor je klaar om een testritje in te maken. De IoT Academy is geïnitieerd door KPN en RDM Makerspace.

Irene de Ruijter

Irene de Ruijter is general manager van de Internet of Things Academy. De Internet of Things Academy stimuleert de groei van IoT. Enerzijds door het vergroten van kennis rondom IoT. Anderzijds stelt de Academy developers in staat nog meer te kunnen prototypen, testen en ontwikkelen door het beschikbaar maken van IoT-Development kits. De Internet of Things Academy is geïnitieerd door KPN en RDM Makerspace en is open voor andere partners. Irene de Ruijter heeft als marketing manager Internet of Things bij KPN veel kennis opgedaan over IoT. Dit zet zij nu op enthousiaste wijze in, samen met collega’s van o.a. RDM Makerspace, om Nederland smart te maken.


Internet of Things - Manage the Complexity, Seize the Opportunity

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a vision gaining greater momentum for making the world with which we engage smarter and more interactive. Whether it's for intelligent homes, autonomous manufacturing, or smart cities, edge computing is bringing forward embedded devices, machine-to-machine (M2M) technologies, intelligent systems, smartcards, and other secure endpoints that are becoming pervasive manifestations of technology in everyday life. Contributing to this momentum making the IoT vision a reality are advances in the different development platforms like Java, Linux and Android and that are driving and supporting expanded application capabilities. These technologies provides an ideal platform for applications in emerging edge environments such as robotics, smartcards, secure elements, metering devices, home gateways, telehealth devices, industrial automation, and vehicles. The IoT developersday 2015 is devoted to discussing and to experience those source technology as the ultimate platforms for embedded and M2M environments. So if are you are a developer or you just interested in the IoT environment than don’t miss the developersday 2015.
Therefore we hope to see you !

  • Raspberry Pi
  • Java Embedded
  • Hacking / Security
  • Hands-on labs
  • Drones, mobile
  • and many more...
  • Program 2015

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  • 9:30 - 10:00
  •  Coffee cup
  • Transitzone (central hall): coffee and tea

  • 10:00 - 10:30
  •  Rob van Kranenburg
  • Internet of Things, wat is het en waar gaat het naar toe? - Rob van Kranenburg

  • 10:30 - 11:00
  •  Frank Wammes
  • The Internet of Things vs. The Internet of Services; which game to play - Frank Wammes

  • 11:00 - 11:30
  •  Coffee cup
  • Break

  • 11:40 - 12:25
  •  
    • Progress Martin Foertsch

      Gesture Control and the New Wave of 3D Camera Devices - Martin Foertsch & Thomas Endres

    • Expedition Pim Stolk

      Internet of things: The Connected Bank - Pim Stolk

    • Mission 1 François Girodolle

      Creating the Thoughtful Home - François Girodolle

    • Mission 2 Soon

      Provisioning the IoT - Sander Mak & Paul Bakker

    • Quest Jan Thijn van Lisdonk

      De impact van IoT - Jan Thijn van Lisdonk

    • TransitZone Ben Ooms

      Getting started with IoT with Arduino - Ben Ooms

  • 12:30 - 13:15
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    • Kai Kreuzer

      Smart Home Development Made Easy - Kai Kreuzer

    • Hans Crijns

      How to built IoT hardware - Hans Crijns

    • Gerard Boersema

      Connect globally, mesh locally. A bright future at low power - Gerard Boersema

    • Jan Toebes

      How to build your own robot - Jan Toebes

    • folkert_schram_de_jong

      Continuous Delivery for the Internet of things - Folkert Schram de Jong

    • Ben Ooms

      Getting started with IoT with Arduino - Ben Ooms

  • 13:15 - 14:00
  •  Cutlery
  • Central hall: lunch buffet

  • 14:10 - 14:25
  •  Irene de Ruijter
  • Ontwikkel meer met behulp van de Internet of Things Academy - Irene de Ruijter

  • 14:25 - 14:55
  •  Jan Peter Jansen
  • Continuous Destroyment – changing the world with Docker - Jan Peter Jansen

  • 15:00 - 15:45
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    • Progress Dierk Koenig

      Stop! Or My Duke Will Shoot! - Dierk Koenig

    • Expedition Chris de Vreeze

      Validatie van gegevensstromen - Chris de Vreeze

    • Mission 1 Bas Geerdink

      Fast data in the IoT - Bas Geerdink

    • Mission 2 Geert Schuring

      There's a Camel in my house - Geert Schuring

    • Quest Ron Peereboom

      IoT – Internet of Trains - Ron Peereboom

    • TransitZone Pim Hazebroek

      Bouw je eigen IoT weerstation met Arduino en Bluetooth - Pim Hazebroek

  • 15:45 - 16:00
  •  Coffee cup
  • Tea Break

  • 16:05 - 16:50
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    • Oliver Heuser

      Multiplexing Data Streams with Java Embedded, OSGi and JMS for the Internet of Things - Oliver Heuser

    • Aurelius Wosylus

      Developing in the Age of IoT Connectivity - Aurelius Wosylus

    • Rob Brinkman

      Westy Tracking Platform op basis van Vert.x, Redis, AngularJS en Docker - Rob Brinkman

    • Hugo Visser

      Connecting the Bean: the bumpy road of Bluetooth Low Energy on Android - Hugo Visser

    • lena_bazylevska

      Humans at the heart of IoT Ecosystem - Lena Bazylevska & Willem Veelenturf

    • Pim Hazebroek

      Bouw je eigen IoT weerstation met Arduino en Bluetooth - Pim Hazebroek

  • 16:50 - 18:00
  •  BeerBeer
  • Central hall: Food, drinks & live DJ

Meet the Program Committee

  • Jeroen van Erp

    Jeroen van Erp

    Jeroen van Erp is a senior consultant and architect at XebiaLabs. He is responsible for the core architecture of the Deployit product and he is co-commiter of the open source project Overthere. Jeroen has more than ten years of experience in the Java EE field with experience ranging from Scala through Scrum to deployment automation.

  • Erno de Korte

    Erno de Korte

    After studying Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, Erno has worked for more than 20 years as a consultant. He specialises in the cohesion of hard technology and the corporate user. For the last 12 years Erno has positioned himself as the founder of a global community around the collaboration of Linux and open-source solutions. Furthermore he has organised successful events all over the world.

  • Johan Janssen

    Johan Janssen

    Johan Janssen is a Java developer / trainer at Info Support. Currently Johan is working as lead developer / architect in a DevOps team at ING. Johan is interested in lots of topics including architecture, code quality, continuous delivery and IoT. He actively shares his knowledge through presentations, articles, blogs, or just during a discussion over a cup of coffee.

  • Bert Jan Schrijver

    Bert Jan Schrijver

    Bert Jan Schrijver is Software craftsman at JPoint and editor for Java Magazine. Bert Jan is a skilled software engineer with excellent knowledge of web application architecture. His insight in complex issues, no-nonsense approach to tackle these issues and valuable opinions make him a valuable sparring partner.

  • Tim Prijn

    Tim Prijn

    Tim Prijn is a Java software architect and trainer at Info Support. Besides his day time job consulting companies in Agile (architecting), Tim loves to share knowledge through presentations and as an editor and writer for Java Magazine. Tim's primary interests are in proces, architectures and of course the Internet Of Things and how the latter has a (positive) impact on our society.​

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