The ITx 2016 Programme may change without notice
InternetNZ's NetHui-style sessions and TUANZ bring you a collaborative session on the Internet of Things.
The panel will examine what the Internet of Things (IoT) means in the immediate future when it comes to our everyday lives including:
How will the IoT impact us as we move from home to work, when and where we work, and how we make the most of our leisure time?
How will this also impact on the infrastructures of the future: the telecommunications network as well as others such as roads and property?
Should we call wearables & personal devices IoT at all? Aren't they the Internet of You?
Partner, Hudson Gavin Martin
Simon has specialised in the technology law area since 1990. He spent 5 years working at one of New Zealand's leading law firms before he headed to London. Simon then spent two years in London, most of this time working in the intellectual property and information technology team of a leading London law firm. On his return in 1997 he joined Bell Gully and in 2001 became a partner in that firm. In late 2007 Simon left Bell Gully and together with another partner from Bell Gully and a partner from another leading law firm set up Hudson Gavin Martin a firm specialising in Technology and Intellectual Property.
Simon is also involved in the areas of sponsorship, franchising, licensing supply and distribution contracts, as well as general corporate matters and acquisitions.