Internet of Things (IoT) biosensors + Big Data.


Internet of Things (IoT) biosensors + Big Data.

The talk outline follows.    

  • Review IoT & bio sensors

  • Review of Big Data

  • Define Big Data

  • Why do we care about it?

  • Review technology domains such as NoSQL and NewSQL

  • Discuss Fast Data as a subset of Big Data

  • Fog Computing

  • Azure

  Date and Time




  • SNHU Campus
  • Manchester , New Hampshire
  • United States 03106
  • Building: Robert Frost Hall
  • Room Number: 333

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  • Co-sponsored by IEEE NH EMBS
  • Starts 11 September 2017 12:00 AM
  • Ends 05 October 2017 11:00 PM
  • All times are EST5EDT
  • No Admission Charge
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Stephen Dillion


Stephen is a Chief Architect at Blacksmith Applications where he is focused on Cloud and Data architecture working with Microsoft Azure. He has over 18 year of experience in the Data Engineeing field including over 7 years working on Big Data technologies including NoSQL and NewSQL, Cloud technologies, as well as 8 years working in the IoT industry where he served as a Senior Engineering Fellow for a large IoT company in the Energy Management domain.


He holds a Masters Degree in Computer Information Systems from Boston University as well as numerous certifications including In-memory Databases and relational database systems.


Stephen has presented at numerous Big Data conferences on the topics of Fast Data, MongoDB, and Distributed Databases. He is co-inventor of two patents pending and has also authored White Papers and Research papers on the topics of Smart Grid, Fog Computing, and Fast Data for IoT.


Congratulations to Stephen, who was elevated to Senior Member, IEEE this past summer.

Stephen Dillion