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IoT/Face-2-Face-Meeting-Jan31

Face to Face Meeting

Date: January 31, 2012

Time: 9:00 - 17:00 (UK time)

Location: IBM Hursley

The linked PDF File:Visiting IBM Hursley.pdf contains lots of good info for anyone visiting IBM Hursley

Google Map showing location of suggested hotels and restaurants, as well as IBM

NOTE: A dinner is being planned for the evening of January 30th, see below.

Attendees

NOTE: Attendence is open to individuals that are members of the M2M Industry Working Group and invited guests.

  1. Mike Milinkovich, Eclipse Foundation
  2. Ian Skerrett, Eclipse Foundation
  3. Benjamin Cabé, Sierra Wireless
  4. Gaétan Morice, Sierra Wireless
  5. Jean-Yves Reynaud, Sierra Wireless
  6. Andy Piper, IBM
  7. Dave Locke, IBM
  8. Peter Niblett, IBM
  9. Ian Craggs, IBM
  10. Nick O'Leary, IBM
  11. Andy Stanford-Clark, IBM (pm only)
  12. Roger Light, mosquitto.org
  13. Arlen Nipper, Eurotech
  14. Robert Andres, Eurotech
  15. Marco Carrer, Eurotech
  16. Jens Wiegand, Wind River

Hosts

  • Gerry Reilly, IBM (Director, WebSphere Messaging and Integration)
  • Mark Bunday, IBM (Briefing Consultant)

Invited Guests / Awaiting Confirmation

  • Scott de Deugd, IBM
  • Bosch
  • Nanode
  • Nicholas Humfrey, MQTT community

Agenda

Note: we need to add some timings prior to the event ~~andyp

  1. Breakfast available
  2. Introduction / Welcome to Hursley (Gerry)
  3. Company Introductions - Eurotech, IBM, Sierra Wireless (15 minutes each)
  4. Detailed discussions and review of M2M Roadmap (Benjamin & Scott)
    1. Project plan for M2M IWG for next 12-18 months
  5. Review of Koneki plans (Benjamin)
  6. Review of Paho plans (Arlen and Scott)
  7. Mosquitto Overview (Roger Light)
  8. Community and Marketing for M2M IWG (Ian)
  9. (between 12.30/1.30) tour of the Emerging Technologies lab (IBM ETS team)

Suggested Hotel

Mercure Winchester Wessex Hotel

Group Dinner Jan 30th

Those staying in Winchester overnight on Monday Jan 30th may wish to have dinner together.

Depending on the size of the group, there are a few options, most within easy walking distance of the hotel, all marked on the Google Map.

Those listed may be able to accommodate the expected ~15 people.

In all cases, booking is highly recommended. Ian Skerrett will coordinate numbers.