The next meeting of Mobile Monday Boston will be on June 18th at 7PM. Our topic is Mobile Location. Jeff Glass will be our moderator.
We will have speakers on mobile location from 7pm to 8pm at MIT Sloan, room E51-335, 70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA
Immediately following the speaking portion of the event, we’ll have complimentary food and drink at the Cambridge Brewing Company. Our sponsors are Autodesk, WHERE, and TeleAtlas.
If you are coming, please RSVP.
We’ve got a great lineup for speakers on Mobile Location:
Jeff Glass, Bain Capital Ventures
As a partner at Bain Capital Ventures, Jeffrey Glass focuses on wireless, digital media and consumer marketing technologies. Prior to joining Bain Capital, Jeff was President & CEO of m-Qube, Inc., a Bain Capital portfolio company recently acquired by VeriSign Inc, in a cash and stock deal valued at nearly $300M.
Ivan Mitrovic, uLocate (WHERE)
Ivan is VP of Engineering at uLocate and is responsible for the existence of WHERE. Ivan boasts a breadth of wide ranging experience including the design and implementation of some of the world’s largest Financial Enterprise Applications for clients including Bank of America, Fleet, ABN AMRO, Nova Scotia Bank, CIBC and Sovereign Bank.
Ryan Sarver, Skyhook
Ryan is in charge of Product Development for Skyhook Wireless which includes products like Loki and Loki Mobile. He is also the Chair of LocationAware.org and is an Invited Expert for the W3C Ubiquitous Web Applications Working Group.
Evan Shelby, Tele Atlas
Evan Shelby manages critical product definition and development strategy for Tele Atlas enhancement products and partner programs globally, including developer tools and Tele AtlasÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ Map Insight system. Shelby joined Tele Atlas in 2006.
Ameesh Bhandari, Autodesk
Ameesh has twenty years of successful sales and management experience in the wireless industry that includes Unisys Channel Partner Management, Regional Sales Management for the IDEN Group managing Nextel, and ten years at Verizon Wireless.
Amir Rozenberg, Nextcode
Amir is Director of Product Management at Nextcode Corporation. Nextcode is providing ConnexTo, the mobile code scanning solution that enables tourists to access digital content in the DiMO project.
Aaron Willette, DiMo Project
After working in the architecture industry, Aaron decided to return to his Alma Mater to run the small tools lab. His current investigations delve into the relationship between technology and craft in fabrication and its role in architecture.
Ashley D’Ambrosio, DiMo Project
Ashley is a 3rd year BArch student. Being in architecture school, she tries to balance her other discipline, dance, in her spare time. Her other interests include art, photography and travel.
Matthew Cawley, DiMo Project
Matt is a 4th year BArch student. He is interested in urban environment, art, and history. He is also interested in studying the network of localÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s favorite destinations being juxtaposed in a linear network.
Topic: Mobile Location
Who: Anyone interested in mobile
When: Monday June 18th at 7PM
RSVP: please rsvp
Where: At MIT Sloan, room E51-335, 70 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA (entrance at Amherst and Wadsworth Streets near Kendall Square) Directions: (Map): From the Kendall Square Subway Stop, exit the Red Line at the east (river) end of the platform. Walk towards the river and make a right on Wadsworth Street (Bank of America on corner). Walk one block to Amherst Street. Building E51 will be on the corner facing you. Walk through the lobby of E51 and up the stairs and bear to your right. Take the stairs or elevator to the 3rd floor.