Maurizio is an information technology expert, services consultant, and service designer for mobile devices applications, and PhD in information and communication technologies. His research interests include physical computing, interaction design, embedded systems, and Internet of Things.
Currently, Maurizio is mainly involved in the UDOO lifecycle management and he is working on different projects regarding the design of new technological products for the home automation, wearable, and cyber physical system market.
Christian Gil González works as a biomedical applications developer and was studying for a degree in computer engineering while this book was being written.
In his current job, he is developing an AllinOne medical point using an UDOO and some medical sensors such as ECG, SpO2, Blood Pressure, and Glucometer.
Edward Jahn Sayadian is a network engineer and teaches network security and network engineering in Sydney, Australia. He has an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, which extends to his hobbies in motor mechanics, electronics, and programming. You can see some of Edward's projects on his blog, http://www.makeitbreakitfixit.com/, or find his projects online in the Arduino, UDOO, Kleb, and other hacking communities.
Primiano Tucci is a software engineer, hardware enthusiast, extreme DIYer and PhD in real-time embedded systems who enjoys working on open source projects.