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Internet of Things (IoT)

My vision of the Internet of Things, there are not only sensors, wired or wireless devices, but in my opinion, it is possible to give life to things on the Web without the use of active devices.

By this vision I have derived two approaches:

  • classic IoT applications, albeit with a look at mature technologies which will inevitably be with us for some more years, and those more recently introduced, such as BLE and NFC. This approach allows the use of almost all mobile devices, not just the latest generation. In this context I design and make both software and hardware;
  • dynamic and intelligent QR Code based applications, which give new life to a tag at each new step, accompanying a service or a product during its life along all its steps, and at the same time returning different contents depending on the context or used app. From this project derived the spin-off Flipp and a  scientific paper with Kaunas Forestry and Environanmental Engineering University of Applied Sciences in Lithuania.


Over the years I have gained expertise in many specializations, and I still continue my training following high-profile classes.
Until now I dealt mainly on applications, solutions and services to companies, professionals and institutions, both on desktop, mobile and web side.

I share my experience in classes, mainly to postgraduate students, where I teach programming techniques and subjects related to software, data science and web marketing.

At the moment my focus is on the emerging IoT (Internet of Things) and Industry 4.0 market that brings together my knowledge of hardware, software and marketing.

My vision is wide-ranging, involving a variety of technologies in order to achieve often unconventional but effective solutions, thanks to the use of methodologies such as TRIZ.