Building IoT: First keynote speaker announced's Yodit Stanton to take the stage

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Building IoT We're chuffed to announce that IoT luminary and self-confessed data nerd Yodit Stanton will be joining us at Building IoT next March as a keynote speaker.

Yodit is founder and CEO of, the realtime data exchange which provides data infrastructure for the Internet of Things, enabling anyone to publish realtime open data from sensor networks.

As Yodit puts it: "OpenSensors came out of my own frustration at not being able to find realtime information about the world – and we are fixing that." The company is working on projects spanning building management, agriculture and transport, as well as supporting Open Data projects.

Before fixing the deluge of data the Internet of Things is going to produce, Yodit held a succession of top-end dev jobs at the likes of Nomura and Deutsche Bank.

Yodit's session will be just one of almost 40 at Building IoT, brought to you by Heise and The Register. We'll be covering topics such as designing, programming and testing IoT devices through to architecting and managing vast IoT networks.

Naturally, we'll be considering how to make sense of the vast amount of data the Internet of Things produces, and of of course we'll be taking a close look at security and privacy right up the stack. We'll be taking deep dives on a number of real-world IoT projects and products.

In addition, we're putting together a number of optional all-day workshops to allow you to explore selected topics, hands-on and in depth.

With The Register's famous approach to hospitality, and the space and time to network with your fellow attendees, 30 Euston Square will be the place to be on March 27-29 to explore the world of IoT and the enterprise.

You can view the confirmed sessions and buy tickets at our early-bird price at the website. ®

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