Munich Wearable Data Hack
Friday, June 19, 2015
Sunday, June 21, 2015
The Wearable Data Hack Munich 2015 is the first hack day on wearable tech applications and data. It will take place right after the launch of the Apple Watch. We aim to kick-off app development for the emerging smartwatch and wearable tech market. The Wearable Data Hack Munich 2015 will be the first occasion for most of the participants to share their views and ideas and jointly gather experience with the new data realm.


IoT Use Cases with MapR

Patric Uebele View Bio

The Internet of Things (IoT) provides significant opportunities for companies to transform their competitive positions. In just a few years, all companies will create products and services that fit into a world of smart connected devices, services and ecosystems. By 2020 there will be over 50 billion devices, and the organizations that are prepared to handle the data volume along with the ability to process, analyze, and operationally exploit this data will be the winners in their respective markets. This session will provide insight into the Internet of Things and show several examples of IoT use cases with real life examples of how to gain business intelligence with several tools on the MapR Data Platform.


Patric Uebele

As a Data Engineer for MapR, Patric is responsible for delivering a variety of engineering services to MapR customers, as well as architecting solutions to solve complex big data problems.

Patric brings 20 years of experience in systems engineering and technical product management to MapR. Patric most recently served as Principal Technical Product Manager for Symantec, where he was globally responsible for the Linux aspects of Symantec’s storage and availability product line. Prior to Symantec, he was a Senior Solution Architect for Red Hat, where he provided presales support of the Red Hat Storage product family for enterprise customers in the EMEA region. Previously, he served as Senior Principal Systems Engineer for Symantec, and also held system engineer roles at Sun Microsystems, Siemens Business Services, and E-Plus.

Patric holds a Diploma in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics from the University of Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany.