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Open Source Data Turbine (OSDT) SensorPod and Open Source Software (OSS) management

on September 27, 2018 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Speaker Peter Shin Founder and CEO of Canvass Labs
Topic Info
The talk will include two parts: Open Source Data Turbine(OSDT) SensorPod and Open Source Software (OSS) management.

The first half of the talk will focus on OS HW and SW solution to create smart, flexible data logger to control various sensor devices and network modalities at a highly competitive price point.

The second half will focus on managing such OSS products from both legal and security perspectives.
Speaker Bio
Peter Shin, MSCS is the Founder and CEO of Canvass Labs. He has spent 17 years working at the San Diego Supercomputer Center and at Qualcomm conducting research in applying artificial intelligence and big data technologies.

While at UCSD, he developed and deployed smart sensor data loggers with remote telemetry functionalities. He and his colleagues deployed them in Australia, Thailand and French Polynesia. His experience in the Open Source Software (OSS) space at the University of California, San Diego led him to the Office of the Chief Scientist at Qualcomm, where he became a thought leader in OSS compliance and management. Peter also was a founding member of a SDSC Knowledge and Information Discovery Lab (SKIDL) at the San Diego Supercomputer Center at UCSD.

Peter lives in La Jolla, CA with his wife and son and has been a member of the greater San Diego community for over 20 years.

More info:
www.canvasslabs.com
http://dataturbine.org/sensor-pod/
https://www.meetup.com/San-Diego-IEEE-Meetup/events/254103373/
Location Sizzler Restaurant, 3755 Murphy Canyon Road, San Diego, CA
Directions Traffic can be heavy at this time of day. If you are coming from the North, via I-15 South, it is recommended you exit earlier than your GPS would tell you, specifically at the Clairemont Mesa Blvd Exit (Exit #11). From here, turn right onto Clairemont Mesa Blvd) and take a very quick left onto Murphy Canyon Road.
Agenda
Cost Free, but it is suggested that attendees patronize the venue
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