Edinburgh Napier University is hosting our May meet-up! Once again, there is a great line-up of speakers to get Open Knowledge into the May mood.
Lightning talks confirmed so far:
Sally Kerr (Edinburgh Council)
Patricia McClay (Barclays Eagle Lab)
Allan Lloyds (Product Forge)
Oluwaseun Bamgboye (Edinburgh Napier University - ‘Dealing with quality issues in real world sensor data’)- Paul Bradley (SCVO)
Ingi Helgason (Edinburgh Napier University - ‘Try out our working MAZI Zone demo built using low cost hardware (Raspberry Pi) and open source software. MAZI means “together” in Greek, and the EU MAZI project is developing a toolkit for building local, community WiFi networks, complete with applications.’)
Christopher Stone (Edinburgh Napier University)
Paul Bradley (SCVO)
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Researching a DIY networking toolkit for location-based collective awareness. Mazi is an EU H2020 CAPS project starting on Jan 1st, 2016.
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