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With Bryan Knouse (Founder/CEO, Project Owl), Nick Feuer (Creator, Project Owl), Timo Wielink (Head of Product Development, Project Owl), Daniel Krook (Software Enggr & Developer Advocate, IBM).
Monday, May 03, 2021 at 09:00 AM   Absolutely Free   Online
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Join this workshop to learn about the ClusterDuck Protocol, created by Project OWL to be an easy-to-use mobile mesh network that can be accessed without the need to have specific hardware/software. This project has been open sourced to reach the communities quickly & effectively!

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What you will learn:
In 2017 a category-5 hurricane, Maria, hit Puerto Rico & wreaked havoc on the island's infrastructure. Communication & power were disabled for an extended period of time, causing lasting effects long after the hurricane had passed. Many of these issues could have been prevented if civilians had access to a basic network where they could send short messages to emergency services & local governments.

The ClusterDuck network is made up of multiple nodes called "Ducks" that push & receive data without the need for people to have specific hardware, mobile devices, or even WiFi. Since it's creation, the vision has moved towards additional use cases around earthquakes, wildfires, cellular congestion (large events), sensor networks, & more. Join us to learn about this project & it's continued development & deployment.

Meetup Agenda:
- Introduction to Call for Code
- Introduction/Updates from the ClusterDuck Protocol team

Who should attend?
This IBM Developer event is open to everyone, & we encourage everyone to join the conversation. Developers & those interested in open source application development & deployment should join this event.

Bryan Knouse, Project Owl
Nick Feuer, Project Owl
Timo Wielink, Project Owl
Daniel Krook, IBM

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