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After a morning of sharing and discussion on IoT product innovation, from user engagement and design research, to service development and prototyping of responsible IoT ideas. Lorna Goulden proposes to take these IoT product cases as a starting point for a hands-on workshop with constructive-critical discussion on the challenges of building a viable and responsible IoT business case.
Lorna has 20+ years’ experience working across a wide range of industries from smart city developments in Eindhoven, Amsterdam and Barcelona to customer-centric strategies and technology-impact innovations for companies such as ASML, Cisco, DAF-trucks, Deutsche Telekom, NXP, Philips and Ziggo. She has written and spoken extensively about the Internet of Things and Smart Cities with a particular focus on the role of people and the impact on society. She organizes the Eindhoven Internet of Things Meetup community (1500+members) in the Netherlands and initiated the Eindhoven The Things Network community, joining a global initiative that is building citywide community-owned LoraWAN IoT urban data networks.
Lorna is curator and presenter in the track Build a responsible business case (Thursday 10:30 – 17:30h)