Co-Founder of Arduino, University Professor
The keynotes by Massimo Banzi focus on the possibilities in open-source electronics. He explains how his company Arduino works with interactive projects around the world, and how openness can open up doors to produce endless possibilities.
Massimo Banzi received his degree from ITIS Enrico Fermi Desio. He has worked as an associate professor at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, and as an architect at Sapient and Tanning Technology. He is currently a professor at SUPSI and Domus Academy, and founder of Fablab Italia. He is most notably known for being the co-founder of the open-source electronics company Arduino. This business creates easy-to-use technology for designers, hobbyists and artists.
The keynotes by Massimo Banzi describe how openness inspires imagination. Banzi identifies the power of open sourcing and insight sharing for producing innovative ideas.