The 3rd Mad Hatters’ Tea Party in London on April 17 saw a good turnout of those interested in how the development of the HAT Platform is coming along.
At the event, HAT Project Lead Irene Ng unveiled the first HAT Hyperdata Browser, and demonstrated how vertical structures of data are ‘flattened’ and ‘liberated’ to create new mashups and new ways of putting together data for new services. Enable iD presented its proposition as the UK and Europe’s HAT Platform Provider, while HAT Project Partner Autonect discussed how they are working with the HAT Project. The afternoon wrapped up with a panel discussion with all presenters, facilitated by Matt Stroud, Digital Catapult Head of Personal Data and Trust.
The following presentations from last Friday’s 3rd Mad Hatters event are now available for download:
- Hello, Hello, Has IoT Got Vertigo? – Data silos, personal value and interoperability by Chris Thompson, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, Enable iD (HAT Platform Provider)
- Autonect Presentation by Jon Cooper, Director, Autonect