TIA's IoT Week: Mobile Monday DC
Date: Monday, September 19, 2016 - 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: TIA Headquarters, 1320 N. Courthouse Rd., Arlington, VA
Presented by Mobile Monday DC
As mobile practitioners, we’re all experts on creating successful solutions for the small screen, but now even Google and Apple are focusing on screenless products. As American companies prepare to spend nearly $30B on Machine-to-Machine services in 2017, how are you and your organization keeping up with this opportunity?
We’ll discuss the components of a successful IoT partnership with practitioners who are actively negotiating with a number of IoT companies as well as:
• Examine the new communication standards of limited connectivity devices
• Explore the challenges of designing for a screenless world
• Share personal experiences in an interactive Q&A format
- Levent Gurses, President, Movel
- Ha-Hoa Hamano, Senior Product Manager for Platforms, NPR
- Greg Toth, Founder, IoT Dev Labs and Internet of Things DC.
Levent Gurses is the President of Movel, an enterprise mobile solutions provider, and a nationally recognized mobile expert with passion for creating engaging mobile apps, with the best data security. Levent is also actively engaged in several communities on mobile and full-stack development across the Washington DC metro area. He can be reached at @gursesl
Senior Product manager for Platforms, NPR
Ha-Hoa Hamano is the Senior Product Manager for Platforms at NPR where she is tasked with anticipating trends and new business opportunities for delivering NPR content on digital platforms in the home, car, or on the go. Her team of developers, tech writers, designers and data scientists are leading the charge around supporting a ubiquitous, pure-play listening experience on large screens, small screens, and -- ever increasingly -- screenless devices.
Founder, IoT Dev Labs and Internet of Things DC
Greg Toth is the founder of IoT Dev Labs, a company that designs hardware and software for connected device products and applications. He's the founder and organizer of Internet of Things DC, a community of more than 4,000 people in the Washington DC region who are interested in the Internet of Things industry. Greg has extensive experience in all facets of IoT including embedded systems, hardware design, communications, application development, cloud computing and data analytics.