Dubai, United Arab Emirates : On behalf of Skey Network, Dr Sebastian Grabowski, Director, Domestic Cloud Operator will be a keynote speaker at GITEX on October 20th. He will address audiences on: The Future of Smart Cities - a Common Communication Standard based on Blockchain with a case study on how Skey Networks is successfully applying this to cities across Poland.
Starting at 11:20AM, at the Green Stage in Za'abeel Hall 3, Dr. Grabowski will speak about what causes communication problems and how smart city applications can remedy them thanks to blockchain and BIoT (Buildings Internet of Things). He will showcase the architecture of the solution with an example of the Domestic Cloud Provider (Chmura Krajowa) and BC nodes which are based on the Google Cloud and an app for city municipalities.
According to Grabowski, “The cities of the future will have a global hospitable ecosystem and every individual will be able to shape their lives the way they intend to. The vision is to create a solution that promotes compatibility and creates a standard for communication that does not favor any interests but constitutes a level playing field where all parties involved will benefit.”
His case study will delve into how keys within the blockchain will connect not only singular devices but whole clouds of IoTs to one another. The proof of concept is the successful smart city implementation by SKEY Network which shows the harmonization of the communication standard, where ambulances and other medical services have direct access to all areas where help is needed.
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Biography of Dr Sebastian Grabowski
For 20 years he has been professionally involved in the telecommunications industry, where he was the Director of the Internet of Things and Advanced Technologies of Orange Polska, Director of the Orange Polska Research and Development Center, Director of Service Platforms and Middleware Orange Labs and API Transformation Leader for Europe. The most interesting projects in which he participated include: BIHAPI www.bihapi.pl, the largest Polish initiative opening Polish local governments awarded with a special award as the best Smart City project in 2016. "Data in Warsaw" - a project funded by the National Center for Research and Development, thanks to which over 230 open data collections representing the Capital City of Warsaw have been made available in Warsaw. A graduate of the Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications of the Koszalin University of Technology, the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw and the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw, doctorate at the Faculty of Journalism, Information and Book Studies at the University of Warsaw. In his research work, he deals with the subject of Open Information Ecosystems, Open Data and Interactions between users of telecommunications networks and the Internet. Lecturer at the Institute of Entrepreneurship at the Faculty of Management and Social Communication of the Jagiellonian University, where he deals with the subject of crowdsourcing. These projects are an innovative combination of teaching and experimentation in the "living" social space of Krakow. For several years he has also been associated with the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków, member of the Social Council of the Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications and the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Mathematics and Information Sciences, and a member of the Employers' Council. President of the ArchitectsPL Foundation dealing with the popularization of the idea of openness and new technologies in Polish cities, where i.a. in cooperation with the local governments of Poland and Lithuania, in 2019 the Foundation established the Guinness Record. ArchitectsPL is one of the Polish precursors dealing with the subject of Open Data and has been successfully developing open data platforms in Kołobrzeg, Gdańsk and Warsaw. In the years 2018-2021, Plenipotentiary of the President of the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications for Smart City. In 2017, awarded by the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications with the title of "Digital Personality of the Year 2017 in Poland". In 2021, he received a special award from the editorial office of MIT Sloan Management Review Polska and ICAN Institute in the Responsible Technology category - Master of Innovative Transformation for the project - Transformation of the city of Bolesławiec into a Smart City - implementation of an ecosystem of intelligent solutions improving the management of urban infrastructure ”.
About Skey Networks
Skey Network is the only connector that combines the Internet of Things devices with Blockchain technology, creating the Blockchain of Things. Our goal is to become the communication standard for IoT devices just as bluetooth technology is the standard for wireless connectivity and be the connective tissue for the smart cities of the future. Skey Network combines Oracle, BoT and DeFi technologies to create a unique Access Key called Smart NFT. This provides blockchain managed access to physical assets such as cars, apartment buildings or sharing economy assets such as smart bikes.
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