Mon Jan 28, 2013 1:10pm EST —
Mon Jan 28, 2013 2:00pm EST
David Potter, Chief Technical Officer, Promise Innovation Oy
Ron Schuldt, Senior Partner, UDEF-IT, LLC
The “Internet of Things” is by its very nature, scope, and size one example of a Big Data source. This presentation will describe how The Open Group’s evolving Quantum Lifecycle Management (QLM) standard coupled with its complementary Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF) standard help to bring order to the terminology chaos that faces Big Data implementations. Together, the combined standards provide a consistent method for tagging and exchanging information about anything (the Internet of Things) that has a life cycle.
David Potter (top photo) is the Chief Technical Officer at Promise Innovation Oy, a Research Coordinator at the Politecnico di Milano and Chair of The Open Group’s Quantum Lifecycle Management (QLM) Work Group. He has a diverse skill set including technical, project management and consulting expertise. Based in the UK, David chaired the Project Steering Board of the EU PROMISE research project from which the principles of QLM emerged. With more than 40 years of experience in information systems, he has a broad range of expertise in logistics solutions, distributed architectures and enterprise systems management. David established his own consulting practice in 1997 after spending 27 years at IBM UK, latterly as an IT Architect in the IBM Consulting Group.
Ron Schuldt (bottom photo) has been involved with The Open Group’s Universal Data Element Framework (UDEF) standard since its inception. He has over twenty-eight years’ experience as a systems engineer for Lockheed Martin working in systems design and integration. He has been involved in multiple data interchange standards activities and is recognized as an expert on data standards. He is Chairman of The Open Group UDEF Interested Parties Project and previously served as Chairman of the Electronic Enterprise Integration Committee within the Aerospace Industries Association. Currently, he is a Senior Partner with UDEF-IT, LLC, providing data integration training and consulting services.