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Friday, May 20 • 3:00pm - 3:20pm
Data Design Challenges for Enterprise IoT Applications: Semantic Sensor Network Ontologies

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This presentation will outline the problem of designing for data-intensive applications and suggest some possible solutions.  Enterprise IoT presents a series of non-trivial challenges for designers. Unlike many consumer applications, enterprise IoT systems tend to be unintuitive to non-expert users and designers alike. Designers of these systems are challenged to represent the data that underlies these experiences. Taking a data-first approach to designing these systems will result in better applications and less design angst.    

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Zachary Taschdjian

Interaction/Product Lead, General Electric Digital
Zac makes tools for interacting with data and using data to drive business and user value, typically for enterprise platforms/products. His specialty is time series and graph data visualization for enterprise IoT applications. His skill set blends interaction design/HCI, visualization research and machine learning. Prior to GE, he researched and built data/info vis applications with IBM.



Friday May 20, 2016 3:00pm - 3:20pm
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