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The Connected Life Zone is an all new exhibit area at Super Mobility Week that reflects the advancements made in wireless geared toward the connected user, radically changing the way consumers utilize mobile. Hurry and register by Monday, July 21 to get $300 off your registration!
The CTIA educational program is all new this year at Super Mobility Week with CTIA MobileTalks, a fast-paced and interactive experience designed to provide behind-the-scenes, one-on-one access to the people and technologies powering the next generation of mobility. Hurry and register by July 21 to get $300 off your registration!
With partners from around the world representing sectors that include the connected home, health and banking, Super Mobility Week will be the epicenter of the expanding wireless ecosystem and the connected world September 9, 10 & 11, 2014 at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas.
Submit your product or service for the Emerging Technology (E-Tech) Awards, Hot for the Holidays and/or The MobITS Awards by Monday, June 23. Each submission will be reviewed by a panel of trusted industry experts, analysts and reporters who are looking for cutting-edge innovation in each respective category. In addition, you will be able to [...]
From transportation to home appliances, the Internet of Things represents a great opportunity for other industries to better serve their consumers and improve their operations. Following his keynote address at IFA, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse highlighted the bi-continental relationship between CTIA and IFA and how it will help vendors and attendees further explore the connected [...]
From inside your home to inside your car, the Internet of Things is already helping consumers keep track of their appliances, utilities and health. Daniel Obodovski, managing partner at DND Ventures, LLC and the author of “The Silent Intelligence: The Internet of Things,” talks about the benefits of M2M communication and how this technological trend [...]
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, it makes sense that the City of San Jose would lead the way to connect their law enforcement, and their vehicles, to the wireless network. San Jose’s CIO Vijay Sammeta talks about how wireless technology replaces the traditional police citation book, which allows officers to process events in [...]
Wireless devices are replacing thousands of dollars of unique equipment in trucks, by allowing drivers to do everything from track hours and routes to conducting safety inspections on the trucks with the devices they already have with them. XRS CEO Jay Coughlan explains how mobile is keeping the trucking industry connected while reducing costs.