Last week, I was invited by the nice people at CREATE-NET to speak at the First Italian Internet of Things Day event that they held in Trento.
It was the first time I'd visited Italy since I lived in Turin in 2008, and it was lovely to go back, if an all-too-short trip.
There was an interesting mix of attendees and discusions, and some good debate following on from my talk about whether Europe, and Italy in particular, with its long history of design and networks of small and creative manufacturers could leverage that to lead the way in the Internet of Things. I think there's a real opportunity there, and would love to discuss it further.
Anyway, here are the slides from my talk, along with my notes of what I intended, at least, to say...