Journey to Aquaculture Intelligence: Supercharged by Azure!

English Intermediate Data & AI

Dive with me, the newly-acquired admiral of the AIoT division, as we embark on a splashy journey to aquaculture intelligence at eFishery, Asia's premier aqua-tech startup! In this effervescent session, my trusty team of fellow speakers and I will share a sneak peek of how we're making waves with our cutting-edge aquaculture intelligence solutions at eFishery. And guess what? We're surfing on the power of Azure to bring it all to life! Don't miss this chance to swim along with us in the ocean of innovation!


Andri Yadi

VP of AIoT division, eFishery. Former CEO of DycodeX. Microsoft MVP of Azure

Andri is a Microsoft MVP for 15 years, boasts 24 years of experience as a hardware and software engineer. With nearly two decades as an entrepreneur, his latest AI and IoT venture was acquired by eFishery, Asia's leading aqua-tech startup.

Royyan Abdullah Dzakiy

AIoT Research & Development Manager, eFishery

Royyan is a software engineer and an IoT developer. He has 10 years of experience of leadership and management for non-profit organizations. His love for research has led him to start the Research & Development team in eFishery, focusing on developing Artificial Intelligence and Internet of Things solutions to solve many problems in the Aquaculture space. He is a drone pilot, ham radio hobbyist and a member of his local hackerspace in his free time. He is also an active technical reviewer for a soon to be released second edition of the best selling book "Packt - Developing IoT Projects with ESP32".

Alwin Arrasyid

Principal Engineer of AIoT, eFishery

Software engineer focusing on connecting IoT devices and bringing AI closer to the edge to solve real-world problems. Currently working as Principal Engineer at AIoT division in eFishery. Formerly IoT Software Lead of DycodeX.

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