MLUG Benelux

Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Time: 18h00 – 22h00 CET
Location: Grand Central Food Market - Firma Pickles - Den Haag CS | Kon. Julianaplein 10, 2595 AA Den Haag, Netherlands


Overview

The overall theme of the evening is “Situational Awareness” and we have several guests who will speak about their interpretation and implementation of this topic. It promises to be an exciting evening with great content, cool demos, and at a great location.


Agenda

18h00 – 18h45 Welcome, Food, and Drinks
18h45 – 19h00 MarkLogic Business Update
19h15 – 19h45 Situational Awareness, Creating a Common Operational Picture — Harold Kasperink, NCIM Groep
19h45 – 20h15 MilSenz, a Dutch Defence Concept to Increase Situational Awareness — Edwin Bron, KPN
20h15 – 20h45 Turning Wild Spaces Into Safe Havens  — Jan Kees Schakel, Sensing Clues 
20h45 – 21h00 Q&A and Closing
21h00 – 22h00 Networking, Snacks, and Drinks

Speakers

Harold Kasperink
Harold Kasperink
COO/CTO,
NCIM Groep

Harold Kasperink is an organizer of /dev/070 meetup group, a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and is a certified scrum master.

Specialties include: project management, consultancy, software architecture, software development, enterprise systems, big data, internet technology, and lean/agile.


Edwin bron
Edwin Bron
Principal Technical Consultant,
KPN

Edwin Bron builds bridges between complex/innovative techniques and the business.

Specialties include: broad ICT and management background: ICT architecture, integration projects, group Management and people management, business cases, due diligences, business-IT alignment, strategy development, telecommunications, PMR architecture TETRA, Flarion, CDMA450, software development, special solutions/software development management, cable access techniques, HFC networking/architecture, xDSL systems, broadband access systems, and business cases.


Jan Kees Schakel
Jan Kees Schakel
Founder, CEO and Senior Advisor,
Sensing Clues

Jan Kees is the founder of Sensing Clues which applies IoT and data science technologies for the protection and conservation of wildlife. As a social enterprise, Sensing Clues brings hands-on support to develop, implement, and maintain real-time sensor-based early warning systems. It is their contribution to turn wild spaces into safe havens.

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If you have any questions, please contact
Milo Van Boeijen.