OTA11 Schedule

Here is the schedule for Over the Air  2011  – although it is always subject to slight shifts as we confirm with all of our speakers, the timings are now set in stone, and there shouldn’t be any major changes.

Friday, 30 September 2011
9:30 to 10:00 Registration / Coffee  Marquee Tent 
10:00 to 11:00 Welcome from the Over the Air Team  Marquee Tent 
Daniel Appelquist, Matthew Cashmore, Margaret Gold
Opening Keynote: Dr. Sue Black: Building Bletchley Park
11:00 to 11:15 Coffee Break  Marquee Tent 
Ball Room Drawing Room Music Room Library Marquee Corner
11:15 to 12:15 Connected apps: delivering great user experiences using content rich APIs
Dan Murphy and Stephanie Seegmuller, Pearson; Steve Ellis, Metia; Greg Taylor, TigerSpike
Excellence in the Android User Experience
Nick Butcher, Google
I may not make you a millionaire – but I will pay for your beer
Terence Eden, inMobi
Stolen and lost phones – can mobile applications help with this problem?
Andy Williams, Metropolitan Police Service
Green Your Apps: an intro to using AMEEconnect
James Smith, AMEE
12:15 to 13:15 BBC Digital Public Space (“Spindle”)
Mo McRoberts, BBC
Web Anywhere: Mobile Optimisation With HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript – Bruce Lawson, Opera Software Game technologies – putting them to good use in AR
Paul Foster, Microsoft
Mobile Application Security and Mobile Security Applications: Sticks and Carrots
Craig Heath
Android Survival Guide: tips and tricks After Two Years of Development
Alfredo Morresi
13:15 to 14:30 Lunch  The Lawn 
14:30 to 15:30 On Your Markers…: Getting started with 3D Augmented Reality
Ivan Trajkovic, NudgeNudge
Crap! It Doesn’t Look Quite Right: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Set my Mobile Web Sites Free
Lyza Danger Gardner
Open Source Hardware
Paul Downey, SolderPad
Design for All goes Mobile
Denise Stephens, Enabled by Design and John Wyer, Vodafone
Wholesale Application Community (WAC) APIs
Ricardo Varela, WAC; Kevin Smith, Vodafone
15:30 to 16:30 Exploding the Gap Between Native and Web
James Hugman, Future Platforms
Google+ APIs Intro
Ade Oshineye, Google
Arduino ADK / Android
Francisco Javier Zorzano Mier, Telefónica I&D; David Cuartielles, Arduino
Hands on with the BlueVia APIs
Bernhard Walter, BlueVia
Storytelling, Games, and the Real World: Weaving it all Together
Adrian Hon and Alex Macmillan, Six to Start
16:30 to 17:00 Break
17:00 to 18:00 The Rubber Ducky’s Guide to Open Government Data
Hadley Beeman, Glyn Wintle
Debugging Web Apps on Real Mobile Devices
Dale Lane, IBM
OpenBTS – Open Source GSM Network for Development and Testing
Will Rogers, Detica
BlueVia Labs. Hands on with #Blue and some other surprises!
Richard Spence and Paul Golding, BlueVia
Ubiquitous Android
Jamie McDonald, Novoda
18:00 to 19:00 Securing your Internet Fridge: Web Security in a Networked Society
Kristoffer Gronowski & Oscar Ohlsson, Ericsson Labs
Session: Native [heart] Web (HTML5: Building Great Mobile Web Apps and More With Web Standards)
Dominique Hazaël-Massieux, W3C
Mobile Mindstorms — LEGO robots with Android (and iOS)
Adam Cohen-Rose
From zero to App-Super-Hero with Titanium
Liz Myers
Guardian APIs Workshop
Michael Brunton-Spall, The Guardian
19:00 to 22:00 Dinner, Drinks and Ignite Bletchley Park Talks  Marquee Tent 
BBC’s Bill Thompson and others…
23:00
…and beyond
All-night hacking  Various Rooms in the Mansion 
Saturday, 1 October, 2011
7:30 to 8:00 Wake Up: Revitaliser Workshop  The Lawn 
8:00 to 9:00 Breakfast  Marquee Tent
Morning Sessions
Ball Room Drawing Room Music Room Library Marquee Corner
9:30 to 10:30 The News. 27 Languages. One App.
David Vella, BBC World Service
The FT Web app – We’ve Got a Website for That
Andrew Betts, Assanka
QR Codes Under the Bonnet
Alistair MacDonald
10:30 to 11:30 Panel: Apps for Science
Brian Fuchs, Imperial College London
Navigating the Myriad of Mobile Payment Methods
Anthony Hicks, Paypal
What’s going on with security in the mobile industry and what’s coming up?
Charles Brookson, Zeeta Security Ltd.
Developing Network-Friendly Applications: A Mobile Operator’s View
Kamran Kordi, Deutsche Telekom
11:30 to 12:30 Developing Apps That Transform An Enterprise – Some Lessons Learned
Paul Johnston
Historical Code Cracking with Phones: What if Pontus, the Gauls, Germans, Nervii, Egyptians and Helvetii had iPhones?
David Rogers, Copper Horse Solutions
Mobile UI and fried chicken (or how angry birds will kill us all)
Arran Ross-Paterson
Mobile Web Apps: State of the Tools
Ernesto Jiménez, Vodafone
Location Based Services and Privacy (it’s not just where you are but who you’re with)
Steve Kennedy
12:30 to 13:30 Session: A better world – one mobile & web start-up at a time
Franco Papeschi, Web Foundation
Mobile Augmented Reality with junaio – easily creating own AR experience
Frank Angermann, Metaio
“Im in ur codez” or, Securing Mobile Apps
Nick Shearer, Mobile Interactive Group
NetMash: Native + Web + More
Duncan Cragg, Thoughtworks
13:45 to 14:30 Lunch  Marquee Tent 
14:30 to 14:50 Closing Keynote: Professor Fred Piper The Changing Face of Cryptography  Marquee Tent 
14:50 to 16:00 Competition Presentations  Marquee Tent 
16:00 to 16:30 Break for Judging
16:30 to 17:30 Awards & Wrap-up  Marquee Tent