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Open Source IoT at Eclipse: Frameworks & Tools for IoT Developers

At Internet of Things Expo, Ian Skerrett will introduce the 12 open source projects at Eclipse, including support for IoT

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The Eclipse IoT community is growing community of open source projects focused on providing the building blocks for the IoT industry. The goal of the community is to provide open source implementations of important IoT standards, frameworks that implement key services for IoT applications and tools to make it easier for developers to create IoT applications. If IoT is going to achieve success and interoperability then the industry will need these basic building blocks.

In his session at @ThingsExpo, Ian Skerrett, VP of Marketing at the Eclipse Foundation, will introduce the Eclipse IoT open source community. He will provide a detailed introduction to the 12 different open source projects already at Eclipse, including support for IoT standards such as MQT, CoAP, One M2M and Lightweight M2M. He will also discuss how companies and individuals can use the Eclipse open source building blocks to build IoT applications.

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Speaker Bio:
Ian Skerrett is the VP of Marketing for the Eclipse Foundation. He has been involved with the open source and Eclipse community for over 9 years. An important part of his role at Eclipse is educating organizations on the business benefits of open source collaboration.

Ian is currently focused on building an open source community for the Internet of Things. Eclipse has currently 10 open source projects for M2M and IoT software development. The goal is provide production quality open source implementations of IoT standards, frameworks and developer tools.

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