Craig starts the show with the latest in the tech news. Highlights include the technology used in Google maps, safer approach with changing passwords, and how Apple aims to make your accounts more secured.
Dr. Javy Kong is expert in Cognitive Artificial Intelligent and founder of Cognitive AI Tecnologies. He got his PhD from University of Pittsburgh in the same area of research and has more than 10 years of experience in designing and developing technologies related to cognitive artificial intelligent.
Craig shares what he thinks about the benefits of Carloudy in driving, and what to expect with the Velodyne Lidar, as well as Skully.
Mike Jellen, President & Chief Operating Officer of Velodyne is a seasoned industrial automation executive with extensive global and domain experience. As President and COO, Jellen is responsible for overseeing the companies multiple divisions and all daily operations of Velodyne.
Jellen has an extensive background in sales and marketing, which attests to his deep understanding of customer requirements. With his attention to rigorous business process improvement, Jellen will help accelerate Velodyne to the next level, from a market leading innovator with recognized customers worldwide, to a sophisticated organization known for industry-leading business practices.
Jellen earned a BSEE in electrical engineering from Marquette University and an MBA from Boston University and specializes in business and engineering executive leadership in the US, EU, China, Japan and Korea. Jellen served most recently as Vice President of Adept Technology, Pleasanton, Calif., a leader in robotics and vision technology. Prior to Adept, Jellen worked 10 years with Danaher Corporation in successive roles of increasing responsibility, including Vice President & General Manager, Vehicle Systems Business in Stockholm, Sweden. As GM, Jellen oversaw a $100 million business with sales, marketing, R&D and operations in the U.S., the European Union and China. Earlier posts within Danaher included Vice President, Asia; Vice President, Strategic Accounts and Controls; and General Manager, Technology Business.
Corning (www.corning.com) is one of the world’s leading innovators in materials science. For more than 160 years, Corning has applied its unparalleled expertise in specialty glass, ceramics, and optical physics to develop products that have created new industries and transformed people’s lives. Corning succeeds through sustained investment in R&D, a unique combination of material and process innovation, and close collaboration with customers to solve tough technology challenges. Corning’s businesses and markets are constantly evolving. Today, Corning’s products enable diverse industries such as consumer electronics, telecommunications, transportation, and life sciences. They include damage-resistant cover glass for smartphones and tablets; precision glass for advanced displays; optical fiber, wireless technologies, and connectivity solutions for high-speed communications networks; trusted products that accelerate drug discovery and manufacturing; and emissions-control products for cars, trucks, and off-road vehicles.
Craig talks about how much more secured Apple is aiming to make their iCloud service, and how you can make an effective password for your own use.
Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made the news. This week he talks about the tech that makes travel secure.
Craig shares that Kanye West advises everyone to not pirate music, but he himself is also using Pirate Bay, with Twitter photo as proof.
Diego is a serial travel entrepreneur and software product leader. Prior to Bluesmart, Diego founded mobile travel startup WeHostels, which was acquired by StudentUniverse. Diego studied electromechanics and business.
Aike Müller is co-founder of Keezel and a skilled inventor with several companies under his belt. Aike’s career in information management and IT security began as an M&A IT expert at PwC. He went on to co-found a government-contract consulting firm specializing in automated assurance. As a freelance consultant Aike worked on process and supply chain assurance for national and international clients in logistics, retail and sustainable agriculture. He developed keezel as a solution to security issues he encountered while working at client locations. Aike’s previous ventures include starting a craft beer brewery.
Craig shares news about a Google's self-driving Lexus hits a public bus, and the pros and cons of autonomous vehicles.
Mr. Rymut specializes in healthcare technology, medical devices, and system design/architecture.
Mr. Rymut uses his passion for healthcare technology to build new technologies that solve healthcare problems, and his expertise is backed by more than 20 years in the healthcare industry. Prior to founding Nobo, Mr. Rymut worked for both Honeywell Life Care Solutions and GE Medical, among other positions in the healthcare and medical technologies fields.
Mr. Rymut earned his degree in electrical engineering from Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.
Craig continues with an update with the Apple vs FBI news.
Jon Ferrera, CEO of Nimble, joins Craig Peterson as they talk about how to grow and make every business successful with the use of efficient CRM.
A social entrepreneur at heart, Jon Ferrara founded GoldMine Software in 1989 where he served as the executive vice president of the company until it was sold in 2000. GoldMine is one of the best selling CRM products that helped pioneer the entire Sales Force Automation (SFA) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) market.
During this time, Ferrara was awarded the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award while GoldMine was named PC Magazine’s Editor’s Choice in 1993 and again in 1995, 1996 and 1997.
After selling GoldMine and watching the immense rise in power social media was experiencing, Ferrara entered the start up world again when he noticed a distinct lack of any products that effectively combined Relationship Management, Social Listening and Engagement, and Collaboration with Sales and Marketing. In 2009, Jon founded Nimble to create an extensive Social Business platform to fill this gap.
Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made the news. This week he talks about the tech that is beneficial to our health.
Laurel A. Christensen, Ph.D. is the Chief Audiology Officer for GN ReSound Group. In this role she leads a global team of 26 audiologists that are responsible for all aspects of audiology for the company including new product trials, audiology input to marketing, and global audiology relations which encompasses training and product support to subsidiaries world-wide. Previously, she was a tenured Associate Professor on the faculty at Louisiana State University Medical Center and part of the Kresge Hearing Research Laboratory in New Orleans, LA. In addition to her position at GN ReSound, she holds adjunct faculty appointments at Northwestern and Rush Universities. She served as an Associate Editor for both Trends in Amplification and the Journal of Speech and Hearing Research. Currently, she is on the board of the American Auditory Society and is a member of the advisory board for the Au.D. program at Rush University. Christensen received her Master’s degree in clinical audiology in 1989 and her Ph.D. in audiology in 1992, both from Indiana University.
Craig shares his commentary on Resound, and more updates on on-going studies caused by hearing loss.
In addition to his current role with MobileHelp, Mr. Otto is a technologist and healthcare IT entrepreneur. He has fifteen years of technology experience acting as a technology architect and product developer, and is passionate about developing technology solutions that enable seniors to remain healthy, well, and independent. Mr. Otto was also co-founder of Halo Monitoring, an “aging in place” technology company which was acquired by MobileHelp in 2012.
Craig continues on with discussing making sure not to get fake Hoverboards that may cause fire, Skypes new way to stay connected, ransomware attacks, and more.
Terry Duesterhoeft is President and CEO of A&D Medical. He is leading the evolution of A&D Medical’s business to one more laser focused on the total consumer and patient user experience, ensuring its products and services can bridge across lifestyle, wellness and professionally managed applications.
Since 1977, A&D Medical has manufactured and distributed a full line of advanced biometric monitoring solutions including blood pressure monitors, weight scales, activity trackers, and other health monitoring devices for consumer and professional use. A&D Medical is an innovative worldwide leader in connected health and biometric measurement devices and services for consumer wellness and chronic condition management, marketing under the A&D brand globally and additionally, under the LifeSource brand in North America. A&D Medical is a division of A&D Company, a global manufacturer of measurement equipment, with operations in Asia, Europe, Australia, Russia, North America, and South America.
Prior to joining A&D, Terry was the President of Honeywell HomMed, one of the pioneers and market leaders of the telehealth and remote patient monitoring industry. In his tenure at HomMed Terry was instrumental in moving towards ‘Cloud’ hosted solutions and away from proprietary HW to the integration of consumer mobile devices. He also spent over ten years with GE Healthcare in marketing and product development executive roles, including leadership of Global Marketing for its general imaging ultrasound, a $1B business. Additionally, Terry spent several years in entrepreneurial healthcare ventures as one of the early members of ZONARE Medical Systems, XStor Medical, and Vasamed.
Terry has an MBA from the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of MN.
Craig wraps up this week's show with Apple being ordered by FBI to unlock iOS devices by creating a software.
Craig opens the show with his review and comment on Tech that made news. This week he talks about the high tech sports.
Versatile maker who is passionate about innovation product. Got his patent in high school. Champion of internal robotics competition, HKUST, 2012. 1st Runner-Up of ABU Robocon Hong Kong Contest, 2013, designed robot represented Hong Kong to attend international competition. Only representative of Hong Kong to attend Design/ build / fly competition hold by AIAA, 2014. Invent transition UAV winning ASM Technology award, 2015.
Experienced in mechanical design/ hardware configuration and embedded software development.
Craig talks more about how today's technology make photography not only great for outputs, but also efficient with new and advance features.
Robert Bigler is a designer and an engineer with a passion for automation and electric vehicles. With a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, he taught himself electronics and computer programming to develop extremely compact and flexible motion-control and automation products. After growing his first company to be a global force among multi-billion-dollar competitors, Robert and his wife sold it and created Hoverboard Technologies, in the Silicon Valley.