Rimon Partner, Marc Kaufman, to speak at Conference: Smart homes meet innovation and Blockchain
The goal of the conference is to present and to address the technical, financial and legal challenges concerning smart homes.
About this Event
Any home can be a smart home, whether it’s a studio apartment or a mansion. An official definition of “smart home” doesn’t exist. What started as more of a buzzword has entered into a common usage. A smart home is probably best defined as a living area with connected technology meant to enhance the home and goes far beyond smart thermostats, smart lights, smart plugs or outlets, smart doorbells, and locks, or voice assistants like Google Assistant or Alexa.
The smart home is often already designed as smart by architects or by electricity engineers planning the smart use of energy long before we can have a smart discussion with Alexa.
One is however certain ‒ there is no smart home without data analytics, big data or Internet of things or Blockchain ‒ they are all essential to derive knowledge and support applications for smart homes.
Date & Time
Wed, March 2, 2020
5:30 – 8 PM CET
Building Excellence - Innovationspark Zentralschweiz
6343 Risch-Rotkreuz, Switzerland
Marc Kaufman concentrates his practice in the area of patent strategy, in particular, advising clients in protecting, managing and leveraging their intellectual property assets. He has also represented clients in defending against patent assertions in district courts and through post-grant administrative proceedings in the U.S. Patent Office. Mr. Kaufman has created structured procedures to secure and enforce intellectual property rights in a market-focused manner. Marc’s practice focuses on computer software including the areas of Fintech, database technology, content distribution, and computer security. Over the last several years, Marc has actively monitored and analyzed the emerging patent landscape related to blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. Marc is a co-founder of the Blockchain IP Council. Read more.