ADAM MILTON-BARKER: INTEL SOFTWARE INNOVATOR, A.I., IOT, WEB & APP DEVELOPMENT
Adam Milton-Barker: Intel Software Innovator
Web, Mobile, Desktop, Business, CS, IoT, BCI & AI
The Intel® Software Innovator program supports innovative, independent developers who display an ability to create and demonstrate forward-looking projects by providing them with speaking and demonstration opportunities at industry events and developer gatherings. Through their expertise and innovation with cutting-edge technology, Intel Software Innovators demonstrate a spirit of ingenuity, experimentation, and forward thinking that inspires the greater developer community.
Since the early days of my involvement in IoT, I was very familiar with the Intel® Software Innovator program through the Intel® Galileo, it was one of my goals since the early days join the program. Three years later, in January 2017, I was approached by Francesco Baldassarri, EMEA Manager of the Intel® Innovators Program. Francesco informed me that after doing some research on my work, he would like to invite me onto the program which was an amazing honor. I am now engaged on the program and will be working specifically on Internet of Things (IoT) projects and inventions using the Intel® IoT Developer Kit for Intel® Galileo or Intel® Edison boards, and Artificial intelligence (IA) models or agents built for best performance on hardware from Intel.
Through my involvement with the program I will be working on projects related to my categories, releasing technical documents/tutorials and source codes, helping people learn about using Intel software/hardware in their projects, and taking part in speaking and demonstrating at Intel related meetups, hackathons and codefests.
As part of my role as an Intel® Software Innovator, I have created a repository of tutorials and guides that help people develop IoT devices and applications using Intel® hardware and the TechBubble IoT JumpWay as the communication platform. The tutorials include guides for devices such as the Galileo, Edison, Arduino 101 and more guides for other devices will be added regularly.
The guides include helpful documentation and source code that will allow you to easily setup your Intel® devices and connect them to the Internet of Things. You can find the repository HERE
The Home Automation Workshop at the National Institute of Technology in GOA
In March 2017 I gave a talk at the Home Automation Workshop at the National Institute of Technology in GOA through my role as an Intel Software Innovator. My talk was about the evolution of the Internet Of Things through Artificial Intelligence & BioHacking.
In March 2017 I supported my first Intel® event as an Intel Software Innovator where I was part of the support team that assisted developers from around the globe in the Intel® IoT Solutions Hackathon in Furth Germany. Over 50 people attended the event and some amazing projects were created using Intel® hardware and software.
Demonstrating TASS A.I. Hub at the Intel® booth at Codemotion Amsterdam
I was proud to demonstrate our Artificially Intelligent CCTV Network, TASS A.I. Network, at the Intel Booth at Codemotion this May as part of my role as an Intel Software Innovator. Codemotion is the biggest tech conference in Italy and one of the most important in Europe, with a network of more than 30k developers.
The TASS Network is made up of IoT connected video cameras and a local hub which homes an IoT connected Convolutional Neural Network. The hub can connect to multiple IP cameras on the network and first detects if there is a face, or faces, present in the frames, and if so passes the frames through the trained model to determine whether the face is a known person or an intruder. In the event of a known person or intruder the server communicates with the IoT JumpWay which executes the relevant commands that set by rules, for instance, controlling other devices on the network or raising alarms in applications etc.