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AndreaGalizia

Austria Austria

Business Developer

I've learned early on in my career that I love to be at the forefront of innovation. To see new technologies emerging and be a part of their creation. From the first days on the Internet and the Silicon Valley revolution to the IoT and Blockchain - I've seen it all, and I've done it all. I have over 25 years of experience in business development, driving revenue, and encouraging new ideas. I'm a co-founder of Modis and Fortebit, and business developer for Zerynth, Riverdi, and Chipsee.

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AndreaGalizia

Internet of Things

3 weeks ago

An access control system with speaker verification

Two-factor authentication with a Riverdi IoT Display module and EasyVR 3 Plus voice recognition system.

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AndreaGalizia

Internet of Things

1 month ago

Philips Hue Intelligent lighting control panel demo in Python – using Riverdi IoT Displays powered by Zerynth

In this article, we will build a simple control system for Philips Hue series bulbs, using the intelligent Riverdi IoT Display module, the dedicated Zerynth programming environment, and the OKdo IoT Cloud.

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AndreaGalizia

Internet of Things

2 months ago

Polaris at Tour de Branch explained - Python programmable vehicle tracker

Two Polaris boards tracked the RS Components team across the whole of the UK, from Aberdeen to London. The team collected £250,000 for Children with Cancer UK. While Polaris did its part by collecting weather and air quality data. Learn how we did it

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