Antonio de Jesus Anaya Hernandez

DevOps, OKW Project Lead
Antonio posing in Lyon
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Anushka Deshpande 2021 CC by SA 4.0

Antonio de Jesús Anaya Hernández was born in Chiapas, Mexico. He's a technologist, and "fab academy" alumni. Since 2014, has ventured into the agrotech sector and was incubated in the GSL program at the M.I.T. Additionally, he has collaborated with NGOs to provide maker education for native communities in southern Mexico, and has been involved in projects like the Hackaday Prize Dream Teams, and mentored for the Open Hardware Makers initiative, for the project Libre Water. He's technical lead for the Open-Know-Where initiative at The Internet of Production Alliance.
To date, he has participated in projects in the Americas, Europe and the Middle East.


Maker Community Exchange

Kirstin Wiedow, Gertrude Goh, Fadia Elgharib, Tom Hansing, Jessica Guy, Rahim Md Abdur, Antonio de Jesus Anaya Hernandez

A meeting between networks of community networks supporting makers, makerspaces and hubs. Money can take a wide range of shapes, sizes and forms. We are meeting like-minded individuals to exchange knowledge and share the different mix of assets which are the social and natural capital that feeds the physical and financial capital of a community.
Home Base
Meet Up

Redistribute: Distributed Manufacturing for a Just Future

Martin Oloo, Regina Sipos, PhD, Antonio de Jesus Anaya Hernandez, Geraldine de Bastion

Making things close to where they are needed offers the world a potentially more sustainable production system. Yet many organizations trying to make it work are struggling. This panel will discuss the emerging business models around distributed manufacturing, and what changes to the economics of the system could enable it to spread faster.
Panel discussion