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Mr. Pete Basiliere

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Research Vice President

Local Address: Milford, New Hampshire, United States
Gartner , Inc.
56 Top Gallant Rd P O Box 10212
Stamford , Connecticut 06904
United States

Company Description: Gartner, Inc. offers independent and objective research and analysis on information technology, computer hardware, software, communications and related technology...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • MBA
    The University of New Hampshire
  • BA
    Bates College
  • master's degree
    The University of New Hampshire
  • bachelor's degree
    Bates College
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Pete Basiliere
Information Management Institute - Digital Printing 2020 Opportunities & Challenges Symposium
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Pete Basiliere, Gartner Inc.
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Pete Basiliere, Gartner Inc. Pete Basiliere is Gartner's research director for imaging and print services, conducting research and providing advice on best practices, market strategies and technology trends. Pete assists technology providers and end users with practical insight relating to strategic document outsourcing, context-enriched content strategies, cloud printing services, managed print services, 3D printing, operations and security matters, and Gartner's Automated Document Factory 2.0 architecture.
Pete has 35 years of industry experience, including roles as operations manager for Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, purchasing manager for PVA-EPVA, and engineering manager for NEBS.
"By printing tissues and organs, it's ...
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"By printing tissues and organs, it's going to result in a debate about whether we should ban or regulate," says Gartner research director Pete Basiliere.
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"By printing tissues and organs, it's going to result in a debate about whether we should ban or regulate," says Gartner research director Pete Basiliere, in an interview. "When you start looking at those constructs, there will be people who will have moral, ethical and religious concerns. Gartner expects to see that discussion start by 2016. Basiliere says widespread counterfeiting is likely to be dangerous, particularly if it involves complex products. "People who make these copies may not make them well. The counterfeit could be extremely hazardous to the person who uses it," - Gartner research director Pete Basiliere
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"The 3D printer market has reached its inflection point," notes Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner. "While still a nascent market, with hype ...
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"The 3D printer market has reached its inflection point," notes Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner. "While still a nascent market, with hype outpacing the technical realities, the speed of development and rise in buyer interest are pressing hardware, software and service providers to offer easier-to-use tools and materials that produce consistently high-quality results." "As the products rapidly mature, organizations will increasingly exploit 3D printing's potential in their laboratory, product development and manufacturing operations," adds Basiliere. "In the next 18 months, we foresee consumers moving from being curious about the technology to finding reasons to justify purchases as price points, applications and functionality become more attractive. - Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner "3D printing has a huge growth potential, especially, in markets that are characterized by low volume, complex architecture and highly individualized applications. - Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner
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Gartner: 3D printing to spark major ethical debates by 2016 ... of the ramifications of this technology," said Pete Basiliere, Research Director, Gartner.
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"3D bioprinting facilities with the ability to print human organs and tissue will advance far faster than general understanding and acceptance of the ramifications of this technology," said Pete Basiliere, Research Director, Gartner. Basiliere added: "These initiatives are well-intentioned, but raise a number of questions that remain unanswered.
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"The very factors that foster innovation - crowdsourcing, R&D pooling and funding of start-ups - coupled with shorter product life cycles, provide a fertile ground for intellectual property theft using 3D printers," said Basiliere. "Already, it's possible to 3D print many items, including toys, machine and automotive parts, and even weapons. - Pete Basiliere, Research Director, Gartner.
3D printing will ignite major debate on ethics, regulation Today's Medical Developments - ... ramifications of this technology," said Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner. Already in August 2013, the Hangzhou Dianzi University in China
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"3D bioprinting facilities with the ability to print human organs and tissue will advance far faster than general understanding and acceptance of the ramifications of this technology," said Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner. Basiliere added: "These initiatives are well-intentioned, but raise a number of questions that remain unanswered. What happens when complex 'enhanced' organs involving nonhuman cells are made? Who will control the ability to produce them? Who will ensure the quality of the resulting organs? - Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner "The overall success rates of 3D printing use cases in emerging regions will escalate for three main reasons: the increasing ease of access and commoditization of the technology; ROI; and because it simplifies supply chain issues with getting medical devices to these regions," Basiliere said.
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"The very factors that foster innovation - crowdsourcing, R&D pooling and funding of start-ups - coupled with shorter product life cycles, provide a fertile ground for intellectual property theft using 3D printers," Basiliere stated. "Already, it's possible to 3D print many items, including toys, machine and automotive parts, and even weapons. - Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner
Does 3D printing threaten retail's models and intellectual properties TG Daily - A report from Gartner says that 3D printing will create debate on ethics and ... of this technology," said Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner.
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"3D bioprinting facilities with the ability to print human organs and tissue will advance far faster than general understanding and acceptance of the ramifications of this technology," said Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner. Mr. Basiliere added: "These initiatives are well-intentioned, but raise a number of questions that remain unanswered. What happens when complex 'enhanced' organs involving nonhuman cells are made? Who will control the ability to produce them? Who will ensure the quality of the resulting organs? - Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner. "The overall success rates of 3D printing use cases in emerging regions will escalate for three main reasons: the increasing ease of access and commoditization of the technology; ROI; and because it simplifies supply chain issues with getting medical devices to these regions," said Mr. Basiliere.
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"The very factors that foster innovation - crowdsourcing, R&D pooling and funding of start-ups - coupled with shorter product life cycles, provide a fertile ground for intellectual property theft using 3D printers," said Mr. Basiliere. "Already, it's possible to 3D print many items, including toys, machine and automotive parts, and even weapons. - Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner
Medical application of 3D printing could trigger ethical debate: Gartner domain-B - The Times of India quoted Pete Basiliere, research director at Gartner, as saying 3D bioprinting facilities with the ability to print human organs and ..
As is always the case, there ...
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As is always the case, there is an element of truth in conventional wisdom and major consumer goods companies, utilities, manufacturers and other large enterprises are, indeed, developing IoT product offerings," said Pete Basiliere, research vice president at Gartner.
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However, these firms are slow-moving elephants that cannot react quickly to what is happening underneath their feet," said Mr Basiliere.
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Yet in many organisations, the corporate culture and processes stagnate and harden, discouraging innovation as a result," said Mr Basiliere. "In the meantime, makers and start-ups worldwide are charging ahead with identifying numerous, often niche problems and innovating solutions using IoT concepts. They will drive not only consumer and enterprise acceptance of the IoT, but also the creative solutions that organisations could not possibly discern, resulting in an "Internet of Very Different Things."
Mr Basiliere cited the example of entrepreneurs and individuals who are leveraging the low-cost Arduino open-source electronics platform, entry-level 3D printers, and traditional woodworking and machine tools to build their own IoT devices.
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Certainly there is no small number of factors working against makers and start-ups, whether they have an IoT offering or a more traditional product or service," said Mr Basiliere.
people : :: The Syber Technology Group ::
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"There is so much hype," said Pete Basiliere, an analyst at technology research firm Gartner. "People are getting a little bit misled as to how easy it is," he said.
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