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Year-end Wrap-up; Connected Tech Year in Review & Focus on the Future

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    1250 Stephenson Hwy, Suite 200, Troy, MI (map)

    42.544811 -83.117744

  • What happened in connected tech in 2016, and what does the future hold for all the industries where mobile/wireless technologies are being utilized?

    As always, 2016 was an incredible year for connected tech and once again, Mobile Monday Detroit is presenting its annual 'Connected Tech Year in Review & Focus on the Future' Year-end Wrap-up.

    The format for this event is slightly different than our usual meeting, as our year-end wrap-up meetings are always structured to encourage broad audience participation. Mobile Monday Detroit organizers Glenn Everitt and Randy Nunez will review our Mobile Monday Detroit events of the past year, as well as highlighting key industry issues and innovations of 2016 while looking at what we can expect in 2017. Specific discussion topics will be announced soon.

    Bring your thoughts, perspectives, opinions, and questions with you, as together we reflect on past events to understand the future impact they will have on our industry - and all the industries impacted by these technologies.


    Topics to be part of the discussion include, but are not limited to:

    • Apple vs. FBI: San Bernardino

    • Pokemon Go and Augmented Reality

    • New Connected / Autonomous Vehicle Laws in Michigan

    • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Battery Issues

    • Google's New Facility in Novi

    • 5G

    • Virtual Reality

    • Wearable computing

    • Internet of Things


    About our speakers:

    First, and most importantly, you our audience! 

    Randy Nunez, Ford Motor Company / MTAM / Mobile Monday Detroit

    Randy Nunez is a Senior Network Engineer for Ford Motor Company where he leads the Mobile Computing workstream in researching emerging mobile trends and technologies, performing proofs of concept for technology prove-out, writing internal technical briefs, and delivering presentations to various audiences. He is a member of the Mobile Technology Association of Michigan (MTAM) and an assistant organizer/planning committee member for Mobile Monday Detroit, serves on the advisory board for severeal mobile-related conferences, and is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Mr. Nunez has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (Telecommunications Option).

    Glenn Everitt, Compuware / MTAM / Mobile Monday Detroit

    Glenn Everitt is a Technical Consultant specializing in mobile technology and reporting to the CTO of Compuware. He works with Enterprise-level firms to develop their Mobile Strategic Direction, and has designed worldwide test infrastructure deployed for remote automated browser and SMS testing on mobile platforms, designed and built applications on multiple platforms, and deployed applications thru app stores around the world. He currently manages a team of develpers building apps with downloads in the tens of thousands, and focuses on efficiently building and deploying applications utilizing mobile platforms to their fullest. Glenn is a member of the Mobile Technology Association of Michigan (MTAM) and a co-organizer of Mobile Monday Detroit.

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  • @JeremyCee

    Any chance of doing an event actually in ... you know ... Detroit.

    September 19

    • Randy N.

      We've had many meetings over the years at Compuware headquarters, but they were no longer able to sponsor us. We were not able to find another organization in Detroit willing to do this. We have been fortunate to have RIIS as our most recent sponsor. They have been a wonderful host and we look forward to their continuing hospitality and support in 2017.

      November 20

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    Ken Morse is Managing Partner of Ann Arbor based Ilium Software, makers of mobile and PC... more

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