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SMW 14: General Motors: Safety in Integration

During a keynote panel on the connected car at Super Mobility Week, General Motors President of Global Connected Consumer Mary Chan talks about how integrating wireless into the car can enhance safety.

SMW 14: AT&T: A Smartphone on Four Wheels

AT&T Mobility President and CEO Glenn Lurie talks about the rapid progression of wireless inside the car and consumer’s digital lives during a keynote stage panel on the connected car at Super Mobility Week.

SMW 14: VoiceBox: Voice Connections in the Car

During a connected car panel at Super Mobility Week, VoiceBox Co-founder and CEO Mike Kennewick illustrates how voice can help consumer use wireless safely in their vehicles.

Talley Delivers

Pat Flynn, Vice President, Market Development, Talley, discusses how his company delivers wireless products to distributors at Super Mobility Week.

SMW 14: Day Three

The final day of Super Mobility Week kicks off with a keynote session from 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PT (available via live stream) with a Sports Roundtable, hosted by NFL Network Chief Correspondent for Player Health & Safety Andrea Kremer and feature:

Colin Smith, Managing Director of ...

SMW 14: MobileCON Day Three

MobileCON wraps up today with these “can’t miss” events for mobile IT professionals:

The Connected Crystal Ball Combining Predictive Analytics with IoT Data, Sands Expo − MobileCON Show Floor, Stage 1, 11:30 a.m. – 11:59 a.m. From Mobile Apps to Mobile Data: The Natural Evolution of ...

Just Drive Safe

At Studio C during Super Mobility Week, Philip Huml, CEO, Just Drive Safe, describes the four pillars of the non-profit organization.

ARC: Blood Donation Goes Mobile

Donated blood is a life-saving resource, and Grant Hanson of the American Red Cross talks about the ARC’s new blood donation app which is designed to promote ease and convenience, and to reward blood donors, all of which is intended to encourage even more people to give the gift of ...

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