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NYACC General Meeting
Thursday September 11, 2014 at 7PM
NOTE: New Location!
Meyer Hall
4 Washington Place
Room 122

The Exponential Growth of

Presented by Joe Jesson

The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) including the non-obvious, but surprising, new business and technical growth drivers. IoT is the new intersection of low-cost wireless networks, transceiver hardware and embedded software.

Several case-studies will will be presented and Joe will illustrate why autos, trucks, locomotives, airplanes, 200-ton ships, rail cars, shipping containers, fast food shipments, tires, and recently widespread auto insurance and security applications, pill bottles, diamond tracking, expensive music instrument cases, lights, refrigerators, organ transplants, heart monitors, NMR Magnetic and Liquid Helium, etc.

Joe Jesson currently owns an Internet-of-Things consulting company in NJ, and CTO of Assurenet, a Telematics company in NYC. Joe also is a Visiting Lecturer and Adjunct Electrical Engineering Professor at The College of New Jersey. He was co-founder and CTO of a new GE business unit, Asset Intelligence, when he received the GE Edison Award at GE R&D in NY, and has held Technical Management positions at Xact Technology, Amoco Oil R&D, BP Corporate, CNA and Engineering Positions at Motorola and MTS at the University of Chicago Jones & Searle Research Labs.

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