Urban Sensor Hack Masters
Alasdair Allan, Author of numerous books published by O’Reilly on sensors including “iOS Sensor Apps with Arduino.”
Kipp Bradford, co-author of “Distributed Network Data.”
Tero Karvinem & Kimmo Karvinem, Authors of the “Getting Started with Sensors.”
Patrick Di Jiusto & Emily Gertz, Authors of “DIY Environmental Monitoring with Arduino” and “Atmospheric Monitoring with Arduino.”
Sean Montgomery is an engineer, professor and new-media artist in New York City. After finishing his Ph.D. Neuroscience, Sean co-founded SENSORSTAR Labs, an agile R&D consulting group that utilizes a depth of expertise from electrical engineering and circuit design to algorithms and app development to transform product vision into product reality.
Tim Dye of Sonoma Technology leads initiatives to develop and deploy low-cost environmental instruments and sensors. His enthusiasm for communicating environmental information also inspires him, as a maker and an artist, to explore technology art in his spare time.
Dr. Iem Heng is Assistant Professor of Electrical/Computer Engineering at Manhattan College. Prior to Manhattan College, he was a faculty member at NYC College of Technology (City Tech), and prior to City Tech, he was a faculty member and chair of the CET department at DeVry College (Long Island City, NY). He worked as a researcher for NASA Langley Base in Hampton, VA, for two years.
Raymond Yap earned his Associate in Applied Science in Electromechanical Engineering Technology in 2007 and his Bachelor of Technology in Computer Engineering Technology in 2010 from New York City College of Technology. Currently he is enrolled as a graduate student at Manhattan College, majoring in computer engineering in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department.
Michael Heimbinder of Habitatmap.org.
Rob Faludi, Author of “Building Wireless Sensor Networks”.