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Noa Ghersin, research associate, Lux Research, says the Internet of Things is changing the healthcare space in three major ways.
Farhad Farahbakhshian, CEO, Naked Labs, explains the 3D fitness tracker is designed to help those in a workout plan stick to their regimen by showing them results they may not see on the scale or in the mirror.
Rebecca Hopkins, CEO, Sports Technology Awards, says technology has hit the sports industry in a big way.
Peggy explains healthcare providers realize patients require more personalized care and that connected devices can be harnessed to provide a more patient-centric approach.
Lee Silverstone, CEO, Gymtrack, explains Gymtrack brings the IoT (Internet of Things) into the gym by using sensors to transmit data.
Michael O'Neil, founder and CEO, GetWellNetwork, explains healthcare is in a transformative state where patients are becoming more involved.
Devra Davis, founder, Environmental Health Trust, says we don’t have all the information on Wi-Fi radiation that we need which is why it is important to practice precaution, especially when it comes to young children.
Peggy talks about the latest “moves and shakes” creating the change in the connected health landscape.
Venkat Rajan, global research director, visionary healthcare research and Victor Camlek, principal analyst, transformational health, Frost & Sullivan, explain the three biggest challenges surrounding the Internet of Medical Things are care quality, access and cost but connected healthcare is addressing these issues.
Christine Stoffel, founder & CEO, SEAT, LLC, says there is constant debate whether technology is enhancing fan experiences or taking their eyes off the field.
Todd Durniak, executive vice president and general manager, North America, Labstyle Innovations Corp., tells Peggy we are starting to see a movement into connected blood glucose meters.
Peggy says there is new research that suggests we have taken a major step towards hands-free surgery.
Rod Piechowski, senior director, health information systems, HIMSS, explains security and privacy have always been a big concern in connected healthcare.
Chris White, senior vice president, global IoE/IoT solutions sales & GM, sports and entertainment solutions group, Cisco, says there has never been a better time to utilize technology to improve our lives.
Wayne Maddever, president and CEO, ChroMedX Corp., tells Peggy that patient expectations and physician needs are aligned; they both want more information quicker.
Peggy says the experts in the industry that know they don’t know it all are the ones who are going to end up getting the most out of the IoT (Internet of Things).
Mike Kellenyi, president, People Against Distracted Driving, says his organization is trying to create a national law similar to drunk driving.
Jeff Haley, acting executive director, Distracted Driving Foundation, says the distracted-driving problem is caused by technology and should be solved by technology.
Brandon Dufour, general manager, The Next Street, urges listeners to take the challenge with family or friends to shut down their cellphones will driving for a week.
Peggy says educators need to focus on the next-generation to make sure they don’t lose the desire to get involved with STEM programs.
Tracie Bibb, agent spokesperson, Allstate, shares the goal of the Reality Rides campaign is to build awareness around distracted driving by giving people a safe, hands-on experience using virtual reality.
Jeremy Chalmers, COO, VRM Telematics, talks about the company’s tech solution for distracted driving.
Deb Trombley, senior program manager of transportation initiatives, National Safety Council, explains a recent report from the Council found 80% of respondents believe pressure from their own families to keep in touch while driving.
Peggy addresses a recent 2016 NowSecure Mobile Security which says 25% of mobile apps have at least one high-risk security flaw.
Peggy shares some solutions that can work together to put an end to the distracted-driving epidemic. She says raising awareness and education are the best tools for reducing driver distraction.
Jason Epstein, trial attorney and founder, (TADD)Teens Against Distracted Driving says every day he deals with the repercussions of deadly car accidents and thought there must be something he could do.
Irina Slavina, spokesperson, Hudway, LLC, explains the Hudway Glass, the first of its kind head-up display for smartphones.
Peggy shares shocking statistics from the National Safety Council saying motor deaths increased by 8% in 2015 over 2014.
Dave O’Connor, Solutions Lead, Black & Veatch Corp., explains the company has been in the data-analytics space for a while and it is hard to convince people they are missing opportunities.
Kiva Allgood, vice president, business development, smart cities and industrial IoT, Qualcomm Intelligent Solutions, Inc., believes if you think about cities, they are trying to do more with less and the footprint isn’t changing, so how can they do more with infrastructure?
Vin D’Agostino, vice president, general purpose products unit, Renesas Electronics America Inc., says security and secure data transmission needs to remain private, but that is only one piece of security.
Vin D’Agostino, vice president, general purpose products unit, Renesas Electronics America Inc., says you need to look at the process different than you have in the past.
Peggy asks, “Do you really know the IoT?” She urges listeners to attend the Peggy Smedley Institute on April 4 in San Francisco for a day of information sharing, education, and networking on critical IoT topics.
Dennis Bonilla, executive dean, University of Phoenix College of Information Systems & Technology, explains the idea behind the smart-city hackathon in Dallas was to have companies and government officials come together to help communities solve issues using big data.
Darren Dickson, president, Genfare, says commuters have to have options when it comes to payment and transit services, and that’s where Genfare comes in.
Peggy says manufacturing is in a transitory state and no matter what you call it, the IoT (Internet of Things) will help you get to the next level and make money.
Bruno Aracaty, co-founder, Colab.re, says his home state in Brazil is the epicenter of the Zika issue, which motivated him to create a platform that brings the citizens and government together to help fight the epidemic.
David Brady, president, Bedford Park Village, says the village is an industrial business town and adding smart tech could help attract more technology-based businesses.
Toni Oubari, strategic planning manager, new product development & innovation team, Verizon, says the time is now for Verizon to be involved in smart cities.
Peggy says the National Infrastructure Commission in the U.K. completed its first report with findings that a smart-power revolution could be game-changing for the U.K.
Daniel Obodovski, author and founder, The Silent Intelligence, says his consulting company helps people connect the dots, both in the direct sense, but also in the idiomatic sense.
Carter Lloyds, CMO, QAD, explains its customer-engagement program is crucial to its vision, explaining the company works hard to understand the goals of customers.
Dave Yarnold, CEO, ServiceMax, says the whole era of IoT is fundamentally changing and making mandatory the role of service.
Stuart Higgins, research associate in optoelectronics, University of Cambridge, says plastic electronics behave like conductors and are flexible, which opens up this interesting area that can be processed in different ways.
Mike Zeto, general manager, smart cities, AT&T, believes we are making progress toward creating smarter cities.
Jesse Berst, chairman, Smart Cities Council, says it has a Smart Cities Framework in its Smart Cities Readiness Guide that are the smart city’s responsibility, and for each vertical it has cross-cutting technologies.
Peggy says vehicle-safety technology is important both professionally and personally.
Peggy says with the IoT it is all about the data and one of the big things we see in the city of Chicago is it is all about the data.
Krish Kupathil, CEO, Mobiliya Technologies, says security cannot be stressed enough when it comes to IoT (Internet of Things).