Robin foreman, vice president of business development, Sengled, explains the future of lighting and what consumers can expect from smart-lighting solutions.
Peggy Smedley answers listener questions involving smart-grid implementation, use of technology in the banking industry, and if businesses can be held negligent for cyber breaches.
David Ewing, CTO, Synapse Wireless, looks at how the IoT space has changed, current and future trends, and what is happening with standardization.
Michael Koenig, project leader, Honda Smart Home, talks about the Honda Smart Home, key energy technologies used in it, and what people should know in building a smart home.
Julio Guerrero, president-elect, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, discusses what the ASME does, Draper’s work in the field of energy, and what can be done to get young people into science and engineering.
Arturo Gomez, president, Field Intell, offers his insight as to how Field Intell’s smart-monitoring solutions are helping agricultural, environmental, and industrial assets.
Alan Lesesky, president for Innovative Global Systems breaks down their climb to the top and becoming a Connected World Award Finalist.
Kevin Link, senior VP for Verizon Telematics kicks off the show with Peggy at the Connected World Conference and discusses what Verizon Telematics is doing with in-vehicle technology.
Dave Buchko, product and technology communications for BMW talks to Peggy about why BMW stands out from its competition in the 2014 Connected Car of the Year.
Dan Miklovic, Founder and Principal Analyst for Manufacturing Research discusses what it takes to be considered an exceptional entry for the 2014 Connected World Awards.
Howard Tullman, CEO for 1871 joins Peggy to discuss his vision for the future of 1871 and the digital startup companies that call this incubator home.
Mike Muller, CTO for ARM talks to Peggy about how ARM has created a strong impact to the industry.