5th Annual Auto ID and Sensing Solutions Expo

May 7, 2014

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to have been a sponsor of this year's 5th Annual Auto ID and Sensing Solutions Expo, hosted by the MIT Enterprise Forum on May 7, 2014.

MIT Event Description:

RFID ExpoCome to the top floor of the MIT Media Lab for a supercharged event featuring two distinguished panels plus an expected 50-60 tabletop technology exhibits.  Gain some clarity about the often wacky world of wireless and identification technologies that are experiencing much broader traction in the marketplace.  This expo attracts a diverse crowd – people interested in the business benefits of Auto-ID, implementers, developers, investors, research analysts, end users, consultants, educators, integrators, students, hardware and software providers – plus many others.

The Auto ID Expo, one of four events celebrating IoT week in Boston, is a supercharged event that will feature two distinguished panels, an expected 60 technology exhibits, and an ‘Ask the Experts’ session where attendees can schedule a brief one-on-one meeting with 15 leading experts in their respective fields.

 

  • 50+ Exhibitors – Attendees get free entry to the exhibit & demo areas.
  • Interactive demos for retail applications leveraging wireless solutions.
  • Expert madness from  8-9pm: 10-minute, one-on-one meetings with world-leading experts in IoT on a variety of topics – VC’s, Marketing, Technology, Legal, Strategy, Market Research.
  • Expo Panel #1: Reinventing Proximity
    • Ryan N. Morrison, CEO, True Mileage
    • Brad Durbin, Co-founder and CEO, übersimple llc
    • Mark Robinton, Software Engineering – Strategic Innovation at HID Global
    • Marcelo Coelho, Researcher + Designer, Marcelo Coelho Studio, MIT Media Lab
    • Michael Thompson, Founder and President, InProximity, LLC
    • Moderator: Ed Mitukiewicz, MiTu Consulting
  • Expo Panel #2: The Future of Retail
    •  Dr. Sanjay Sarma, Auto-ID Labs & MIT Director of Digital Learning
    • Stacey Shulman, former CIO of American Apparel
    • Raghu Das, CEO, IDTechEx
    • Vivek Farias, Assoc. Professor of Operations Management, MIT Sloan School
    • Moderator: Tom Coyle, Chair, Auto-ID & Sensing Circle, MIT Enterprise Forum
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May 7, 2014

Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds is pleased to have been a sponsor of this year's 5th Annual Auto ID and Sensing Solutions Expo, hosted by the MIT Enterprise Forum on May 7, 2014.

MIT Event Description:

RFID ExpoCome to the top floor of the MIT Media Lab for a supercharged event featuring two distinguished panels plus an expected 50-60 tabletop technology exhibits.  Gain some clarity about the often wacky world of wireless and identification technologies that are experiencing much broader traction in the marketplace.  This expo attracts a diverse crowd – people interested in the business benefits of Auto-ID, implementers, developers, investors, research analysts, end users, consultants, educators, integrators, students, hardware and software providers – plus many others.

The Auto ID Expo, one of four events celebrating IoT week in Boston, is a supercharged event that will feature two distinguished panels, an expected 60 technology exhibits, and an ‘Ask the Experts’ session where attendees can schedule a brief one-on-one meeting with 15 leading experts in their respective fields.

 

  • 50+ Exhibitors – Attendees get free entry to the exhibit & demo areas.
  • Interactive demos for retail applications leveraging wireless solutions.
  • Expert madness from  8-9pm: 10-minute, one-on-one meetings with world-leading experts in IoT on a variety of topics – VC’s, Marketing, Technology, Legal, Strategy, Market Research.
  • Expo Panel #1: Reinventing Proximity
    • Ryan N. Morrison, CEO, True Mileage
    • Brad Durbin, Co-founder and CEO, übersimple llc
    • Mark Robinton, Software Engineering – Strategic Innovation at HID Global
    • Marcelo Coelho, Researcher + Designer, Marcelo Coelho Studio, MIT Media Lab
    • Michael Thompson, Founder and President, InProximity, LLC
    • Moderator: Ed Mitukiewicz, MiTu Consulting
  • Expo Panel #2: The Future of Retail
    •  Dr. Sanjay Sarma, Auto-ID Labs & MIT Director of Digital Learning
    • Stacey Shulman, former CIO of American Apparel
    • Raghu Das, CEO, IDTechEx
    • Vivek Farias, Assoc. Professor of Operations Management, MIT Sloan School
    • Moderator: Tom Coyle, Chair, Auto-ID & Sensing Circle, MIT Enterprise Forum

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