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When Daryl Wilding-McBride graduated in Electronics Engineering from RMIT in the mid-1980s, he was unable to find his dream job designing VLSI chips in Australia, but he found real-time control software for scientific instruments just as interesting. Later he worked on control systems for air traffic control radars, and enterprise web and mobile software. With the growing emergence of the Internet of Things over the last few years, and ubiquitous sensing before that, he has found good reason to dust off his embedded software toolchains, prototyping breadboard, and soldering iron, initially for fun and more lately for profit as part of his work as CTO at DiUS. He is particularly interested in autonomous flying robots, low-power mesh radio networks, and solving worthwhile problems by applying these technologies to create shared value.