IoT Israel Community Launch
Dancing Camel ( http://www.dancingcamel.com/ )
18:30 - Gathering, networking, ideas exchange
19:00 - “IoT Opportunities or Connecting the Unconnected”
Vice President of Product Marketing, Enterprise Networking and IoT at Cisco
19:35 – Break
19:40 – "Smart Home; Challenges and Barriers"
Prof. Noemi Bitterman
Head of Program Industrial Design, Technion
20:15 – Break
20:20 - “Enabling people to things relationship via PRM (Product Relationship Management)”
Ran Rosin - CEO and Founder at tag-a-bag
20:35 – Free discussion, networking, ideas exchange,
21:00 – Meetup end
Vice President of Product Marketing, Enterprise Networking and IoT, Cisco
Inbar Lasser-Raab is a Vice President of Product Marketing for Cisco’s Enterprise Networking portfolio, which encompasses Cisco’s Unified Access, IWAN, Mobility and Internet of Things solutions. These market-leading technologies are shaping the future of businesses and communities globally, helping IT and OT organizations accelerate network convergence, and the adoption of cloud, BYOD, mobility, video and data in motion.
In her role, Inbar frequently meets with industry leaders and influencers as well as Cisco’s customers and partners, to discuss market transformations, opportunities and innovations and drive the vision of connecting the unconnected, creating new innovative connected experiences. She is also responsible for some of Cisco’s most innovative marketing campaigns.
Prior to joining Cisco, Inbar was Vice President of Marketing at Riverstone Networks. She managed the company’s Worldwide Marketing and Channel activities, and was part of the Turn-Around Team driving the company's acquisition by Lucent.
Inbar received a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Tel Aviv University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Santa Clara University.
Assoc. Prof. Noemi Bitterman, Technion
Chair of Industrial Design at the Faculty of Architecture & Town Planning, Haifa and an academic advisor of a program for Masters of Industrial Design (MID) with focus on Medical and Social Design (‘Design for All’) at the Division of Continuing Education and External Studies of the Technion, Tel Aviv (opened 2010).
Holding D.Sc. in Medical Sciences (Physiology) and M.Sc. in Industrial Design, including Post Doctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Former position (1982- 1999): Director of Hyperbaric Research Unit of the Israeli Naval Hyperbaric Institute (INHI).
•Design and Human Factors in Healthcare
Innovative technologies and transfer of technology, Smart Home and future living, design for wellness, hospitals, healthcare facilities and the operating room of the future.
•Personalized Design, Design for All (Inclusive Design)
Design and innovative technologies for the elderly, disabled and chronic disease, People centered design, healthy environment.
•Human Factors and Design in Extreme Environments
Performance and design at high pressures and stressful environments, underwater architecture and the future submerged city.
•Evidence Based Design (EBD) Methodologies
Developing methods for research based design and planning.
CEO and Founder at tag-a-bag.
tag-a-bag is developing a platform to enable people to things relationship via PRM (Product Relationship Management) Ran is an experienced Product manager with great passion to develop products that bridges between technology and ease of use.