Geoweb Summit #7
Thursday, November 7, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)
Brooklyn, United States
Thursday, November 7, 2013
3.00 pm - Doors open
4.00 - 4.40 pm - Panel 1
4.40 - 4.50 pm - Path Intelligence Keynote
Joel Hadley is head of International Business Development at Path Intelligence, a fast growing, venture-capital backed company that measure billions of shopper movements in hundreds of locations every year.
4.50 - 5.30 pm - Panel 2
Indoor positioning and navigation
Ganesh Pattabiraman is co-founder and President of NextNav, the developer of a next generation technology that brings accurate location service into buildings and urban areas where satellite-based GPS signals can't reach.
Kris Kolodziej is VP of Location Services at Aisle411, that lets retailers, app publishers and brand advertisers leverage indoor location data and searchable indoor maps to monetize and enhance the mobile user experience.
5.30 - 6.30 pm - Reception break
Drinks + networking
6.30 - 7.10 pm - Panel 3
7.10 - 7.20 pm - InterDigital keynote
7.20 - 8.00 pm - Panel 4
Internet of Things
8.00 - 9.00 pm - Reception continues
Drinks + networking
When & Where
Modified Ventures is a post-internet market development company that builds communities around emerging industries, supported with events, web content and research.
PlaceIQ strategy leader Drew Breunig talks about the ‘huge success’ of the Place Visit Rate (PVR) metric the audience company launched last year. ‘The appetite is huge for a metric that actually measures visitation.’
InterDigital is developing a service layer platform for M2M and Internet of Things. ‘Our strength is innovating ahead of the curve,’ says Narayan Menon, who also comments on ARM’s recent acquisition of Sensinode.
'Connecting the digital world to the real world is augmented reality,' says Maarten Lens-Fitzgerald, founder of groundbreaking AR browser Layar.
Chad Jones of Xively and John Canosa of ThingWorx threw out some big numbers in the Internet of Things panel at Geoweb Summit #6 last Thursday. 'There's 5 to 10 million applications that will have to be created,' Canosa said.