Founder & Chair
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Geoff Mulligan is the chairman of the LoRa Alliance and was previously founder and Chairman of the Internet Protocol for Smart Objects (IPSO) Alliance and in 2013, was appointed a Presidential Innovation Fellow. He developed embedded internet technology and 6LoWPAN. He was one of the founding board members of the Zigbee Alliance and was co-chair of the 6LoWPAN Working Group in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). He was instrumental in the design of the IPv6 protocol and created and named 6LoWPAN. In 2006, he started the firm Proto6, consulting for companies and the US Department of Defense. Mulligan worked with others to launch the IPSO Alliance in 2008. He was also the co-creator of the White House’s SmartAmerica Challenge. He is currently serving as the US representative to the ISO Strategic Advisory Group on Smart and Sustainable Cities and is also currently serving as the Chairman of the LoRa Alliance and on the Board of Directors for the IPSO Alliance. He holds over 15 patents in computer security, networking and electronic mail.
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