TTN in Academic Institutions in Developing Countries: Lessons learned

This talk will present the lessons learned from using TTN in workshops on IoT organized in academic institutions in Developing Countries. Many issues encountered have nothing to do with the technical aspects. Some success stories will be presented.

  • 13:00 - 15:00 • 16th April 2020

Marco Zennaro, PhD

Research Officer, ICTP
Marco Zennaro is a researcher at the Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy, where he coordinates the Telecommunications/ICT4D Laboratory. He received his PhD from the KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, and his MSc degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Trieste. His research interest is in ICT4D, the use of ICT for Development, and in particular he investigates the use of Internet of Things for Development (#IoT4D). He has organized more than 30 training activities on IoT in Developing Countries. Marco is a Visiting Professor at Kobe Institute of Computing (KIC) in Kobe, Japan.

meteoblue delivers local weather information of high quality worldwide for any point on land or sea in the world.
meteoblue premium website contentproducts and services are designed for businesses that depend on the weather and for individuals having a special interest in meteorology; for commercial customers, they are available at competitive prices. For the general public, we offer a free high-resolution weather forecast that is second to none.
meteoblue uses cutting edge science and technology to generate, display and distribute weather information. Adapting the world-class NMM weather prediction model to meso-scale, we are able to detect climatic patterns typical of mountainous areas, lake shores and on the sea, as well as reconstruct weather patterns occurring in any place of the world with high precision.