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This edition of The Peggy Smedley Show begins with Peggy discussing Deutsche Telekom’s recent plan to create the "Smart City" as well as connected hospital workstations.
Peggy updates listeners about the Sochi 2014 Olympic winter games app called "Wow." She will also highlight the first-ever self-learning eldercare solution to facilitate senior independence.
Denis Mason, president, Kings III Emergency talks about how they took home the gold for the 2014 Connected World Awards.
Robert Mckeeman, chairman and CEO for Utility discusses what is new for connecting utilities and customers.
Gerard Cullen, CEO for Cellular Machines discusses with Peggy exactly how they became a finalist for the 2014 Connected World Awards.
Adam Leubbers, lead global connected customer specialist for Cadillac discusses what separates this automaker from its competition.
Richard Baxtor, CEO for Mesh Systems join The Peggy Smedley Show and gives listeners insight on what Mesh Systems is doing to be a leader in the industry.
Mike McCaskey, former chairman of the Chicago Bears joins Peggy at the Connected World Conference to discuss his thoughts on the connected car.
Jim Dunlap, president for Cycle30 joins Peggy to discuss what type of surprises M2M companies may not see coming in 2014.