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.
Alex Voica, senior marketing manager, Imagination Technologies, says the company licenses semiconductor IP.
David Moss, president and CTO, People Power, says the company gives people the power to connect with things that matter the most to them.
Mike Bell, president and CEO, Silver Spring Networks, says the company specializes in the smart gird and smart cities.
Dr. Curtis White, WHOOSH!, talks about the product, saying it is a kit that takes into consideration the cleaning and the removing of germs.
Mitchell Klein, executive director, Z-Wave Alliance, says it is a group of manufacturers and adopters of the Z-Wave standard.
Mark Bowyer, director of wireless business development, Anaren, says the company started out developing microwave and radio-frequency products for the military.
Rafi Zauer, head of marketing, Essence, says CES is big and impressive.
Marc Eisenberg, CEO, ORBCOMM Inc., says the company is about to finish its next-generation of satellites.
Georges Karam, president and CEO, Sequans Communications, explains in the old days the M2M applications were industrial and using the 2G technology, and it was not very efficient in the ways it was using spectrum.
Del Palacheck, COO, MultiTech, explains the team the company has assembled now is probably one of the best teams and the people are truly motivated to be there. Rick Nozel, vice president of sales and marketing, MultiTech, shares why this is his first experience working for a family company and agrees with Del that there is a tremendous amount of excitement both within the walls of the building and within the industry.
Stefan Lindvall, CEO, MultiTech, joins Peggy live from Mounds View, Minn., and says he has never been as excited about this industry and the prospects of the IoT (Internet of Things) as he is today.
Joe Catrambone, head of product, Uptake, continues the discussion, explaining any industry that requires you to surface insight based on the data collected requires it to be visualized in a compelling way.
Joe Catrambone, head of product, Uptake, says the company is focused on the predictive analytics space.
Live from Renesas Electronics DevCon, Ali Sebt, president, Renesas Electronics America, says in order to traverse from what we do today—collecting data and displaying information or transferring data—to monetize what is known as IoT (Internet of Things) requires going to the next step and garnering intelligence from it.
John Petze, cofounder, SkyFoundry, shares why he is concerned about the use of the term Big Data because it implies we need a lot of data, but what we really need is the right data.
Brenna Berman, CIO, City of Chicago, and co-chair of the IoT Council, and Don DeLoach, president & CEO, Infobright, conclude their discussion with Peggy by explaining what the IoT means to them.
John Elliot, managing director global product and offering development, Accenture Mobility, talks about what his company is doing in the connected product space, how change is will affect enterprise customers, and how B2B relationships are changing the end product.
Gerry Baranano, director, Tech Futures Group, explains what his company does, how it goes about attracting high quality advisors and clients, and shares some success stories.
Neil Postlethwaite, IoT project manager, messaging product portfolio, IBM, describes how long IBM has worked with the Internet of Things, and what is happening in the space, and keys to profitability.
Craig Lee, director M2M/connected devices, AT&T Foundry, explains what his organization does, the capabilities it has, and why failure can be a good thing.
Chris White, senior vice president of IoT/IoE group, Cisco, tells of what’s happening at the Internet of Things World Forum, why the event is important, and what small companies can do to make an impact.
Glenn Schleicher, senior deirector of services, Cisco, breaks down his company’s IoE (Internet of Everything) strategy, where the IoE will be in 10 years, and what challenges lie ahead in getting there.
Lieutenant General James McLaughlin talks to Peggy Smedley about what businesses can do to educate customers on cyber threats and what he wants to accomplish as Deputy Commander of U.S. Cyber Command.
Lieutenant General James McLaughlin addresses the issue of consumer awareness regarding cyber threats and the need for basic cyber hygiene.
Peggy Smedley and Lieutenant General McLaughlin discuss protecting critical infrastructure from cyber attacks, public preparedness for cyber incidents, and how to get different entities to work together to combat this issue.
Lieutenant General James McLaughlin talks about the mission of the 24th Air Force, team work to accomplish the mission, and San Antonio’s becoming “Cyber City, USA.”
Peggy Smedley looks ahead to next month’s topic which will center around cybersecurity, featuring a special interview with the new Deputy Commander of U.S. Cyber Command, Lieutenant General James McLaughlin.
Scott Schober, president and CEO for Berkeley Varitronics Systems Inc., and Peggy give their insights on what to expect from M2M in the future.
John Pletz, senior reporter for Crain's Chicago Business talks tech, 4G, startups and so much more at the Connected World Conference.
Sandra Guy, reporter for the Chicago Sun-Times joins Peggy at the Connected World Conference and gives insight to listeners on how interconnectivity is becoming more and more personalized.
Peggy wraps up her first show of the conference and gives listeners some insight on what to expect from the Connected Car of the Year announcement.
Peggy wraps up the show leading into the Connected World Conference by breaking down what you can expected from the jam-packed agenda at the event.
Peggy kicks off the show by discussing some of the key 2014 predications from the research and analysis firm, Ovum and also talks about the unique NFC (Near Field Communication) applications that have caught her attention.