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Enabling the Next Billion Things: IoT Innovation Pillars that Drive Success


Jun 13, 2019 10:43 AM

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Ed Chao
CEO @Polte Corporation
Chao brings over 26 years of executive leadership experience in the global wireless industry working for industry leaders MetroPCS/T-Mobile and Lucent Technologies. Chao also served with the US Digital Service at the White House leading top digital talent from the industry to transform the user experience of citizenship and immigration services. Chao holds a Master of Business Administration from Columbia University, a Master of Science in electrical engineering from Georgia Tech, and a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering from Rutgers University. He is a co-inventor of three patents.
Pierre Parent
CEO @GeoTraq
As CTO and General Manager of GeoTraq, and a long time IoT Solution Architect, Pierre Parent helps organizations reduce the complexity of taking solutions to market by analyzing critical business processes and prudently deploying technologies that efficiently deliver bottom-line performance. Pierre’s breadth of experience spans product development, sales and business development, project management and the leadership of engineering from concept through manufacturing. Pierre has extensive leadership in technology companies, and the cellular IoT industry, holding roles as diverse as president, vice president, COO and CTO; he’s known for taking companies as large as $100MM, to those as small as start-ups, from concept to deployment. He has what it takes to ensure GeoTraq delivers on its promise of simple, smart, reliable technology that empower their customers to innovate.
Blake Fuller
Blake Fuller, no stranger to going fast, not only graduated college when he was 18 but also was awarded “Rookie of the Year” for winning the Pikes Peak Hill Climb Challenge. From there, Blake intent on making race cars faster, went on to founding a company that pioneers lightweight, lithium-ion batteries for the world’s fastest cars, including Formula 1 & every IndyCar. Frustrated with his ever dying mobile devices, Blake next set out to develop the best power solution for our devices, incorporating his race car technology and active lifestyle versatility needs. The wearable power company, GO PUCK, was born and focused on serving the 10 billion USB-powered device market.