Giovanni Mancini, head of global marketing, E Ink Holdings, says the company is known for making electronic ink.
Frankie Smith, director of consumer sales, SureCall, says the company is a manufacturer of cellphone signal boosters and it started in the commercial space, and recently moved more toward the consumer model only to make it move to be leader across all segments
Paul Meyhoefer, vice president of marketing, JK Imaging, Ltd., says the company works with Kodak and has released a new action cam.
Maria Ranchod, marketing director, Dog & Bone, says the company has received a huge response to the new Bluetooth padlock.
Vlad Sejnoha, chief technology officer, Nuance Communications, says language technology has had a long gestation, and the thing to understand about it is it is getting better every year.
Mike Richmond, Open Interconnect Consortium, says it is a consortium of leading companies in the computer communications software industries that have come together to write software specifications.
Thibaut Jarrousse, CEO and cofounder, D-Vine, says it came up with the idea because it is very complicated to sell wine and it wanted to have the first electronic product like Nespresso for the wine industry.
Laura Hubbard, spokesperson, Consumer Technology Assn., tells Peggy what she is most excited about for this year’s CES. S
Mike Roberts, director of disruptive innovation, LS Research, says the common denominator is wireless technology, and the company is three business units in one, all under one roof.
Jason Greenspan, CEO, WHOOSH!, says it is all about keeping devices clean and protected.
Peggy addresses two seemingly conflicting reports on mobile and online shopping trends from Cyber Monday 2015. S
Shawn Stavseth, Cofounder and Executive Director, Technovation, Minnesota, says the organization inspires girls to code apps, specifically on the Android platform.
Jim Caraccio, director of channel sales, Exosite, walks Peggy through the IoT alliance program and MultiTech’s role as one of the early partners in it.
Ray Zinn, author, Tough Things First, says his book is a missionary tool to help managers and CEOs understand the principals of making someone a better person.
Ray Zinn, author, Tough Things First, explains how the Internet and the cloud is getting everything more connected.
Jim McGuirk, executive director and CEO, Astor Services for Children & Families, shares how the organization’s uses technology to keep clients connected, and also uses it on the business side to improve efficiency.
Barry Lunn, CEO, Arralis, says there is this intersection that is going to happen in the next year or so, because people want more data, people are now starting to build product.
Peggy continues the discussion on mobile payment and how to use mobile devices and apps.
Peggy talks about how data is becoming more important in todays connected world as evidence by a new cabinet position: DJ Patil being named as the U.S. government's chief data scientist.
Ciarán Stapleton, head of sales and business development, Acquirer Systems, says the company helps customers protect brand value, enabling customers to launch products to the market in much faster time, and focuses particularly on EMV certification and compliance.
On the third segment, Eamonn O’Shea, CEO, Continuum Commerce, says the company has technology that allow merchants to set products online.
On the second segment, Denis McCarthy, CEO, Fexco, says the company has invested heavily in technology and customers have changed. He says merchants need services, and Fexco has been in the industry for 20 years and has a huge amount of expertise in the acquiring market. T
Peggy says the IoT (Internet of Things) will change how enterprises will conduct business, saying announcements related to IoT in the enterprise have made a big showing at this year’s CTIA Super Mobility Week 2015.
Peggy says big-box retailers are building their own mobile wallet, and it is clear the mobile payment space is going to have some great competition.
Diego Ventura, CEO, noHold, says by the end of the century potentially AI (artificial intelligence) systems will be as intelligent or more intelligent than the computational intelligence of humans.
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Peggy starts the show by discussing Google’s Alphabet. Why is Google doing all of this? She says Larry Page suggests Google is not a conventional company, and Peggy agrees, quoting Page from an original founders’ letter 11 years ago.
Ed Coffin, senior product advisor, ConEst, says the biggest pain point for construction customers is an estimating process and the handover of the estimating process to project managers.
John Grady, president, Epic BIM, says the ultimate goal is to see BIM (building information modeling) and wearables interact with the jobsite and have RFID (radio-frequency identification) tag badges, so first responders can know where the individuals are located in case of an accident.
Chad Pearson, director of business development, Plexxis Software, says a big trend in the construction industry right now is having the quickest access to the best information and putting all knowledge under one roof.
Anthony Caliendo, author, The Sales Assassin, explains people need to learn how to learn and prepare themselves mentally as much as learning the product and services.v
Cameron Lilly, vice president of software and financial services, Enterprise Ireland, says the Irish market is a small market, but in terms of technology it does punch above its weight.
Peggy gives her thoughts on how crowdfunding plays a role in innovation and has become a proving ground for IoT.
Brendan Walsh, CEO, SmartBin, explains how his company helps clients optimize business processes and how they collect waste.
Suzanna Kovoor, founder, Zohmic, discusses Apple, Amazon, and Google getting involved in home automation, launching innovative IoT solutions, and integrated platforms that make it easier for consumers to embrace and adopt connected-home solutions.
Monique Morrow, CTO-evangelist-new frontiers, Cisco, stresses the importance of sharing one’s passion with the next generation of IoT innovators.
Peggy touches on the impressive role of women in the IoT space, and the importance of inspiring the next generation to get involved.
Sarah Cooper, chief operating officer, M2Mi Corp., talks about the shift from long-lasting, complex IoT (Internet of Things) and connected-device solutions in the M2M space, to what has been achieved to improve flexibility.
Sarah Cooper, chief operating officer, M2Mi Corp., explains why there are a lot of big technology disrupters, and one is moving beyond connecting devices and to understanding the context of individual devices.
Sheri Horowitz, vice president of cloud services, Synchronoss Technologies, explains subscribers that use a carrier’s personal cloud solution are less likely to switch providers.
Andrea Bennett, executive director, CETPA, CETPA, says a CTO is important for schools because the technology is ubiquitous at this point—it is in everything.
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