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[liberationtech] 15th WiGiT Meeting

Andrés Leopoldo Pacheco Sanfuentes alps6085 at
Wed May 1 09:44:26 PDT 2013

The link to the proposed specs seems to point to a site requiring a login:

Open Specifications For Wireless Grids Technical Requirements (v0.2),
Best Regards | Cordiales Saludos | Grato,

Andrés L. Pacheco Sanfuentes
<alps at>
+1 (817) 271-9619

On Sat, Apr 27, 2013 at 7:58 PM, Edward Nanno <nannometrics at> wrote:
> Hello fellow WiGiT friends and partners:
> I am announcing the upcoming 15th WiGiT meeting to be held  May 10, 2013
> 10a.m.-12p.m.    We will be running the meeting virtually as a Wireless Grid
> Open Online Course (WOOC), and physically at the Syracuse Center of
> Excellence in Energy and Environmental Systems, Syracuse University,
> Syracuse, New York.
> There will be an introduction by Lee McKnight of Syracuse University and
> Peter Wong of Tufts University followed by a brief statement of the state of
> the Wireless Grids Innovation Testbeds (WiGiT).
> First on the agenda will be a discussion led by Joe Treglia  of our award
> winning Advanced Situational Awareness project (including the component
> hardware and edgeware):  Social Emergency Response in a Symphony of
> Destruction: iDAWG & GridstreamX.
> Kevin Lair of  the Indiana University Center for Art + Design will be
> discussing his collaborative healthcare work:  WiGiT Experimental Testbeds:
> Design, Art and Architecture.
> Janet Marsden and Sidney Clouston will present on WiGiT Environmental
> Science and Best Practices.
> Moving to our African Partners, Edmund Okoroigwe will present on  how
> wireless grids can improve energy distribution and conservation.   WiGiT
> Experimental Testbeds:  Africa Energy Sustainability.
> Darren Oliveiro-Priestnall of Redskies Oxford, United Kingdom will
> demonstrate how wireless grids can be used to control UAVS:  Unmanned
> Vehicles and the Oxford Cluster.
> The final presentation will be with Igor Tyukhov, UNESCO Chair on Renewable
> Energy, Moscow State University on Ecologically Clean Engineering.
> There will be a short question and answer time at the end of each
> presentation.  This will require you to have a microphone enabled to speak,
> or a question can be submitted in real-time using the chat function found on
> our virtual platform.
> Additionally, we have formally released
> Open Specifications For Wireless Grids Technical Requirements (v0.2),
> outlining new 'use cases' and we will be gathering feedback regarding the
> specifications before, during and after the meeting.
> To join us virtually, please enter our seminar room here:
> Thanks and we look forward to seeing you there, either in person or
> virtually,
> Ed Nanno
> ___________________________
> Edward Nanno, Ph.D.
> Executive Director, WiGiT
> Center for Convergence and Emerging Network Technologies
> School of Information Studies
> 205 Hinds Hall
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