Sascha Wolter

Ditch Constraints and connect YOUR World of Things

Thursday, October 8th

09:45 - 10:30

Key Learnings

  • Ideation/Innovation
  • Business Value
  • Prototyping

Details

Wearables and Smart Homes, Healthcare and Ambient Assisted Living – the Internet of Things is everywhere… It’s not just about generating business value, it’s not about the latest technology in the first place. It’s much more about creativity and finding (or creating) new needs. It’s about innovating with value. But how can one innovate with all these complexity, concerns, constraints, and regulations? Sascha will inspire you with a bunch of odd samples while introducing you to a playful way of hacking your very own connected (and hopefully smart) world that matters.


Thursday, October 8th

09:45 - 10:30

Required Experience
20% Level of Experience
Involvement
20% Involvement

Sascha Wolter

Senior Technical Business Development Manager - Deutsche Telekom AG, Products & Innovation

http://www.telekom.com/startseite

Sascha Wolter is a professional developer and user experience enthusiast with passion for the Internet of Things in all flavors. He also works as a consultant, trainer, lecturer, keynote-speaker, and author who focusses on understanding, innovation and value. Sascha is the founder of the User Group flashforum.de with more than 100,000 members, and as such he is committed to the interests of the user. After organizing internationally renowned events like FFK and beyond tellerrand for 10 years, he is now board member of the Usability & User Experience committee at the federal association BITKOM. When he is not tinkering with new soft- and hardware for Deutsche Telekom AG – Connected Home, he likes discovering the world together with his kids in an odd way.

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