David McCall - Intel
David McCall is a Senior Director of Consumer & Industrial IoT Standards at Intel Corporation. He brings over 20 years’ experience of both technical and business aspects of the high-tech industry, with a focus on unlincensed wireless. He joined Intel in 2011 as part of the acquisition by iCDG of Connectsoft – a 20-person software startup – and initially worked as a strategic planner in the Wireless Innovation & Solutions (WINS) group where, in 2014, he drove the formation of the Open Connectivity Foundation.
Prior to Connectsoft, David gained his initial experience with both hardware and software aspects of Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and other wireless technologies at CSR. He joined the nascent company in 2000 and was a significant part of building their PC business and eventually, as a Vice President, headed their PC business unit.
David hails from Northern Ireland and holds a Master’s degree in Electronics from the University of Edinburgh. He has called the USA home for the last 18 years.
Edward G. Tiedemann, Jr. - Qualcomm
Dr. Edward G. Tiedemann, Jr. is a QUALCOMM Fellow and a Senior Vice President of Engineering of QUALCOMM Technologies, Inc. He leads QUALCOMM’s worldwide standardization and industry organization activities, a function which he established. Dr. Tiedemann was instrumental in the design and development of the TIA/EIA/IS-95 CDMA system, also called cdmaOne™. He led QUALCOMM’s and much of the industry’s efforts in the design and development of the third-generation cdma2000® system. More recently, Dr. Tiedemann led an offline industry group on M2M convergence, which resulted in oneM2M. He currently sits on the board of several industry organizations, and is active in setting the direction of 5th generation wireless systems. From 1977 to 1988, Dr. Tiedemann was at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, where he worked on mmWave satellite communications systems.
Dr. Tiedemann holds the Ph.D. degree from MIT where he worked in the areas of queueing theory and communications networks. He holds the Master of Science degree from Purdue University where he worked on bandwidth efficient modulation. He also holds the Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Va Tech).
Dr. Tiedemann is past chairman of the Advisory Board of the College of Engineering at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Va Tech). He currently sits on the Advisory Board of the Purdue University School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is also a member of the Peabody Essex Museum Asian Export Art Visiting Committee. Dr. Tiedemann was General Chair of GLOBECOM 2015, one of the IEEE Communications Society flagship conferences.
Brian Scriber - CableLabs®
Brian Scriber is a Distinguished Technologist at CableLabs and the Vice President of Security Technology. Brian works with wired and wireless networking leaders on security strategy and implementation using advanced technologies and techniques including PKI, blockchains, encryption, and differential privacy.Brian holds a B.S.E in Computer Engineering (University of Michigan) a M.S. in Computer Science (University of Colorado), and an M.B.A. in Technical Strategy (University of Colorado). From 2015 through 2019, Brian was the chair of the Security Working Group here at the Open Connectivity Foundation. Brian brings his extensive experience in software, security, and cryptographic governance to both economic and technical analysis activities.Brian’s background includes technical and executive leadership roles creating and protecting strategic network communications at companies including Lockheed Martin, Sun Microsystems; protecting financial information and transactions in the financial sector as well as protecting privacy and portability of personal information with companies in the healthcare and insurance markets.
Judson Cary - CableLabs®
Judson Cary is Vice President & Deputy General Counsel at CableLabs, a non-profit research and development organization owned by the global cable industry. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Mr. Cary worked as an engineer in the Artificial Intelligence Group of U S WEST (now CenturyLink). He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Math and Computer Science, and Masters in Engineering, both from the University of Colorado at Boulder. After law school (Santa Clara University, cum laude, he worked as a patent attorney for the Silicon Valley-based law firm of Fenwick & West focusing on startups and pre-IPO companies, patents, and general intellectual property protection and counselling. Mr. Cary returned to Colorado and followed the legal chain of title from U S WEST, to MediaOne, to AT&T Broadband, now Comcast. After a short stint at an e-insurance “bomb” company, Mr. Cary returned to the cable industry at CableLabs. He provides general advice and counsel on a wide range of topics including patents, patent licensing, patent pools, standards, technology policy, complex multi-industry agreements, antitrust, and the laws and regulations governing cable operators in these areas. Mr. Cary is also President of Media Coding Industry Forum (MC-IF), and advises the Immersive Digital Experience Alliance (IDEA).
Chris Steck - Cisco
Chris Steck brings over 25 years of experience in telecom and software development to the OCF Board. He presently serves as Head of Standards, IoT & Industries for Cisco, where he is responsible for the overall strategy for Cisco’s IoT and industrial standards initiatives. Chris held a similar role at Jasper Technologies, prior to their acquisition by Cisco, driving Jasper’s standards interests in LPWA networking, device provisioning/management, and IoT security. Prior to that, he drove standardization of voice enhancement software and hardware capabilities for Audience (now a part of Knowles), and held similar responsibilities at RealNetworks, driving standards and guiding research in digital media, while serving on the board of the International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium as CTO. Much further back he spent several years at Microsoft on Win95 through XP.
A veteran of several startups along the way, he’s also created mobile apps for managing family life, a WiFi phone switch, an operating system GUI for early smartphones, and computer telephony & speech recognition software.
David Cronström - Electrolux
David Cronstrom is Senior Innovation Director at Electrolux. He is responsible for driving the Group’s extensive Innovation Portfolio, covering all Product Categories and Brands, globally. He also leads the development of the marketing and innovation strategy for connected appliances. In addition, he manages global strategic partnerships relating to Connectivity and Smart Home for the group. David’s breadth of expertise enables the development and delivery of connected appliances, based on use cases and value propositions, that deliver real benefits to consumers around the world. Electrolux is a global leader in home appliances and appliances for professional use, offering products including refrigerators, ovens, cookers, hobs, dishwashers, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, air conditioners and small domestic appliances. Under esteemed brands including Electrolux, AEG, Zanussi, Frigidaire and Electrolux Grand Cuisine, the Group sells more than 60 million products to customers in more than 150 markets every year.
David has 20 years experience from leading positions in Strategy, Innovation and Change within the Wireless industry and currently in the Home appliance industry. Before joining Electrolux, David held several senior positions at Ericsson, a world leader in technology and services to telecom operators. He was part of the team that ran the integration of Sony and Ericsson prior to the joint venture, Sony Ericsson, was established. At Sony Ericsson he held several senior positions, including positions as Head of Business Strategy and Head of Portfolio planning with the overall responsibility to drive the strategic planning of the company’s Product Portfolio for GSM and 3G mobile phones globally.
Miao Wang - Haier
Miao Wang, Ph.D, works with Haier in the area of standards, as the vice director of standard and patent department in Haier group. With professional experience, Miao Wang has been in IOT industry for 10 years and he focuses on the standardization activities management and technology innovation in smart home area.
HanGyu Cho - LG Electronics
HanGyu Cho received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, in 1999, 2001, and 2005, respectively. For two years from September 2005, he was with the Wireless Networking and Communications Group (WNCG), The University of Texas at Austin as a post-doctoral research associate. At August 2007, he joined LG Electronics and has worked for 4G Standardization like WiMAX and LTE/LTE-A. From 2012, he has been working for IoT connectivity technologies and standards including Wi-Fi, BT and service platforms. He is now leading a IoT connectivity standard team.
Haeyoung Jun - Samsung Electronics
Dr. Haeyoung Jun is a Principal Engineer & Director of Samsung Electronics. He has been working at the Standards Research Team in Samsung since 2006, and has widespread experiences in standards activities on PHY/MAC, Transport, Service/Application, Spectrum and Regulations.
Dr. Jun has contributed to Open Mobile Alliance (OMA), WiMax Forum, IEEE 802.11, CE4A, and many other standards developments. Especially he has represented Samsung as a member of Board of Directors at WiGig Alliance, Car Connectivity Consortium and Wi-Fi Allaince. He has also led founding activities and worked as an initial Board member of multiple consortia, such as Alliance for Wireless Power, UHD Alliance and more, which Samsung has founded.
In the international standards domains, Dr. Jun has represented Republic of Korea in IEC TC106/PT62209 and ITU-R SG5/WP5D. Especially he represented Korea at WRC-15, and worked as a Spokesperson on new agenda item regarding 5G spectrum allocation.
Dr. Haeyoung Jun holds the Ph.D., M.S. and B.S. degree from Seoul National University where he worked in the areas of GPS signal processing algorithms, software based receiver technologies, and indoor positioning systems.
Clarke Stevens - Shaw Communications
Clarke Stevens is Principal Architect of emerging technologies at Shaw Communications. Prior to Shaw, Clarke spent over a decade at CableLabs analyzing and developing new technologies for the cable television industry. He is a public speaker on the Internet of Things (IoT) and has been an active technical contributor to the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) since its inception. Clarke served on the board of directors of Universal Plug-n-Play Forum (UPnP), chaired the Technical Committee, and led the Internet of Things task force until UPnP was acquired by OCF. He currently chairs the developer tools group in OCF. He has also chaired various task forces related to video and television in the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Over his career Clarke has worked in engineering, research, product management and strategy around digital media and communications at Shaw, CableLabs, MediaOne, SonicBlue and Qwest. He built the world’s largest subwoofer and holds over twenty issued patents. He holds MSEE degrees from Brigham Young University and Georgia Tech and an MBA from the University of Colorado.
John Joonho Park
Dr. John Joonho Park has worked in the global ICT industry for over twenty-nine years. As a Senior Vice President at Samsung Electronics, he was responsible for the standards and technology enabling team, in which he headed Samsung’s IoT Task Force to globalize its IoT business, as well as established 5G development and strategy, led government affairs activities to resolve regulatory issues for Samsung smartphones and TVs, and built public relationships with several international government bodies. During his time at Samsung he was also head of Global Sales and Marketing for the Networks Business. He has previously served as a member of the Board of Directors within numerous alliances including WiFi, OMA, and WiMAX. Prior to his tenure at Samsung, he held research and development roles at Bell Labs of Lucent Technologies, Bell Communications Research, and IBM. Before joining OCF, he also served as a professor teaching courses on IoT technologies and ventures at Pohang University of Science and Technology (Postech).