Frank is the Founder and Managing Director at Nextcloud. He also founded the ownCloud project in 2010 to return control over the storing and sharing of information to consumers. Frank is also a KDE contributor since 2001.
Naomi Wu is known for her work in the open source hardware Sino:Bit, Creality3D Ender-3, Wu Ying Shoes & many other wearable technologies. She was listed as one of the 43 most influential women in 3D printing by 3D Printer & 3D Printing News.
Mario Behling is the CEO of OpnTec. He is a technologist with 15 years of experience in leading international development teams in Europe, Asia and India. He helped to get FOSSASIA started and advises Open Source Neurotech projects in Germany.
Hong Phuc Dang is the founder of FOSSASIA, the Open Source organization from Asia with the goal to bring together a global community to develop Open Tech solutions to form a better future. She advises open source and inner source strategies for NGOs and corporations such as Daimler and Zalando.
The OpenTechSummit is dedicated to Open Technologies. This year's focus is Artificial Intelligence. What are the technologies and scientific achievements that make our world run? What is the role of Data Scientists today? We have tracks on AI and machine learning personal assistants, sessions on Open Source solutions, customized hardware production and applications using Arduinos, Rapsberry PIs, and design focused workshops with topics ranging from UX design to small scale production of prototypes by the maker fablab community. In the Science track you will learn about how you can participate in the Citizen Science community.
OpenTechSummit China 2018 is looking for team members who are interested to co-host tracks at the event. Please get in touch!
The OpenTechSummit is a place where developers, start-ups, and contributors around the world get together. Previous events took place in Singapore, Taiwan, Germany and Vietnam. Presentations range from hardware, to design, graphics and software. The OpenTechSummit was established in 2006.
Visit factories, labs, and co-working spaces
Opening, Keynotes, and presentations
Visit city attractions and social event