Saverio Romeo is the mind behind the Emerging Technology Policy Monitoring. Saverio has long experience in the telecommunications and in the Internet of Things space in different roles, from software developer to technology analyst and innovation policy consultant.

Saverio Romeo – Short Bio

Saverio runs research in the areas of M2M, Internet of Things, and wearable technologies. He has published in areas such as mobile healthcare, smart cities, smart utility, data analytics, smart farming, M2M/IoT connectivity, and M2M/IoT platforms. On these subjects, Saverio has also advised organizations such as Vodafone Group, Sierra Wireless, Telit, Motorola Solutions, Telefonica, Sony, Inmarsat, Wireless Logic and GSMA.

He has talked about IoT related topics as presenter and panelist at several conferences such as IoT Tech Expo, IoT Forum, IoT Convivio, MWC, Wearable Technology Show, and IoT Week. He is also Seminar Lecturer on the IoT Market at Birkbeck College Ubiquitous Computing and IoT Course and Guest Seminar Lecturer at Embedded Systems Group University of Loughborough.

Previously, Saverio worked as an M2M/mobile analyst at Frost & Sullivan, telecommunications policy analyst at Technopolis Group and European Commission and as a software developer at DS Group.

Saverio is also a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Innovation Management Research at Birkbeck. His research revolves around entrepreneurship in high-tech sectors and IoT policy. On those topics, he has published 6 academic journal articles, 7 book chapters, and 11 academic conference papers.

He holds three Master Degrees, one in Telecommunications Engineering (University of Naples “Federico II”), one in Information Technologies (“Politecnico di Milano” University – CEFRIEL) and one in Innovation Management and Technology Policy (Birkbeck – Universtiy of London). He speaks fluent English; he is native Italian and he is intermediate in Modern Greek.