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rick merritt
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Re: IoT at GHTC
rick merritt   10/17/2013 5:31:45 PM
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Thanks for putting the IEEE event on my radar.

There's a long history of tech-for-good efforts including wiring and electrifying rural Africa and Asia using the stuff you can find there.

http://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1143397

 

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Re: IoT at GHTC
Elecia   10/17/2013 11:17:40 AM
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@Patk0317 Excellent, I will see you there!

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IoT at GHTC
Patk0317   10/16/2013 11:54:29 PM
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I will be giving a short presentation on IoT at this conference on Monday. This will be in session B3 in the Monte Carlo room that begins at 1:30 PM. I would love to meet with you and excahnge ideas. This will be my first time at the conference, but I am very passionate abut how technology can be used in the service science area.

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