How are STEM initiatives impacting the technology workforce now on a global basis ? Find out what the experts are saying. Find out what questions future technologists have as the best and brightest students from New Orleans challenge the panelists to forecast their future prospects.
Our panelists will be discussing how scanning and sensing are delivering fast, customized and timely services to end users across a wide range of industries.
Where are these technologies now and where are they heading ?
Is about far more than connecting our smartphones to faster speeds. Our homes, cars and countless other physical tools will become sentient, transforming whole sectors of our economy from transportation and energy to health care and manufacturing—as the 5G world connects virtually any and every “thing” a vibrant innovation ecosystem and massive private sector investment, the U.S. leads the mobile world today with an estimated half of all 4G LTE connections on earth. Yet a heated global race already is underway to claim the next-generation 5G crown.
Join the LIGO Team members for a discussion of the years greatest discovery, gravitational waves. What does this discovery mean for our understanding of the universe, space, time and the realm of future possibilities ?
Devices are changing and disrupting all kinds of industries. The power of the cloud, ever-expanding connectivity, affordable memory and processing power are delivering incredible functionality to everything from security to lighting to culinary arts, to radically changing the tobacco industry. Our panelists discuss how all of these industries and more have the potential to improve our world.
Our panelists will be discussing when people talk about “the next big thing,” they’re never thinking big enough. It’s not a lack of imagination; it’s a lack of observation. Growth in the Internet Of Things the number of connected devices will exceed 50 billion by 2020.
The Internet of Things revolves around increased machine-to-machine communication; it’s built on cloud computing and networks of data-gathering sensors; it’s mobile, virtual, and instantaneous connection; and they say it’s going to make everything in our lives from streetlights to seaports “smart.”
The computer industry moves in waves. We're at the tail end of one of those waves — the mobile revolution.
What's next? Robots.
But not the way you think.
Every 10 or 15 years, a convergence of favorable economics and technical advances kicks off a revolution in computing. Mainstream culture changes dramatically. New habits are formed. Multibillion-dollar companies are created. Companies and entire industries are disrupted and die.
This is about every piece of technology in your life working together to serve you. Robots everywhere, all the time.
We are living, increasingly, in a drone-saturated world. In recent years, drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), have proliferated rapidly around the globe in both military and civilian spheres. Today, over 90 nations and non-state groups are known to operate drones, including at least 30 countries that either operate or are developing armed drones. As this technology continues to proliferate.
In an effort to describe the kinds of capabilities that will be available to various types of actors, our panelist will examine and categorize UAVs based on two characteristics: (1) the degree to which they are accessible to any given actor; and (2) the technology base and infrastructure required to produce and/or operate them.
*FLUID STAFFING: From Virtual Assistants to CFO's as a Service.
*ONLINE MARKETING: Adwords, Technologies and Services.
*PRESS PLANS THAT WORK: Telling your Story Consistently.
*INFRASTRUCTURE SAVINGS: Office Space, Manufacturing and Services.
*3rd. PARTY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES FROM PROGRAMMING TO PROTOTYPING.
*HOW TO MAKE YOUR INVESTORS YOUR MOST ARDENT EVANGELISTS.
How to be human and maximize your existence in the digital age. The art of balancing digital realities on an analog planet.
Massive targeting resources represent a slew of valuable opportunities for programmers and advertisers.
Will this targeting make PPV, online and On Demand programming more viable ?
How do these new marketing resources enable advertisers and programmers alike to foster relationships with viewers ? What are the next generation services which all of the central players will be taking advantage of ?
*RESEARCHING THE RIGHT INVESTORS AND SAVING EVERYONES TIME IN THE PROCESS.
*CREATE THE LARGEST TARGETED POOL.
*PERFECT YOUR PITCH: DEMONSTRATE PRESENT VALUE, NEAR TERM VALUE AND LONG TERM RETURN.
*UNDERSTAND YOUR BUSINESS, YOUR COMPETITORS BUSINESS, WHERE YOU FIT IN THE LANDSCAPE AND OTHER IMPORTANT MARKET FOCUS.
*DO YOU HAVE “IT” ? HOW TO DEMONSTRATE YOU DO ?
*ONCE YOU HAVE THEM, HOW TO MAKE SURE YOUR INVESTORS ARE YOUR BIGGEST ADVOCATES AND STAY IN THE GAME.
Where are we headed on our planet and beyond ? What fuel and propulsion systems will get us there. Our panelists give you a glimpse of what the brightest minds in rocket science are thinking.
Driverless and clean vehicle innovations and updates. A discussion on the merging of navigation with recommendation and content distribution. How advanced interfaces are impacting the vehicle technology roadway. How are these advancements impacting future vehicle design ?
and Workforce Strategy
for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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