Last week, I was purchasing a bottle of wine at a retail establishment on Peachtree St. As I was checking out at the register, the young cashier asked to see my ID for the wine. This cashier looked to be high school or college age, probably his first summer job. I handed the cashier my ID card. First he typed
15 years after buying my first book on Amazon, I finally visited the physical Amazon bookstore. Isn’t it usually the other way around?
I flew to Chicago for Memorial Day weekend to see friends, run a 10 mile race, bike 30 miles, and of course, visit the Amazon bookstore (brick-and-mortar edition). The Chicago Amazon bookstore is about 6 miles north of downtown
In 2014, I posted that a renaissance was coming for virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR), and today (2017), I believe that to be true. In 2014, we saw Samsung and others lowering the barriers to entry for VR with cheaper headsets; coupled with faster processors in smartphones to handle intense graphics. Today, almost anyone can experience VR with Google
Each year, the Wireless Technology Forum invites a panel of experts to provide their insights into Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and now Mixed Reality (MR).
Confused? You’re not the only one, check out this article from Foundry on AR/VR/MR.
As AR/VR/MR has evolved, the applications, hardware, and software have grown tremendously since 2014. This year, a panel of experts came
Imagine you are CEO of a publicly traded company, and one of your employees has found an error in the books from the previous year. The error is that your company owes another company $1 million. The books from last year are closed and audited. There was no shady embezzlement on the part of your employees or the company, it
One of my favorite events at Georgia Tech is the semi-annual Capstone Expo. This is an event where students show off their senior design projects ranging from corporate sponsored to “make the world a better place” projects across all majors and disciplines. There are literally hundreds of senior design projects on display at McCamish Pavilion twice a year.
At the GT
Last week we had another packed house at the Wireless Technology Forum for the “Smart Cities of the Future” panel discussion with an expert panel of speakers.
First of all, why are we talking about smart cities, or even the future of smart cities?
Is Atlanta a smart city? What defines a smart city?
According to Samir Santi, CIO, City of Atlanta, “A
How ultra-connected logistics in fleet management will improve the quality of the food we eat, make our cities smarter, increase productivity, and re-engineer delivery vehicles.
The Wireless Technology Forum assembled a panel of fleet management technology experts from UPS, AT&T, Verizon Telematics, Deloitte, City of Atlanta, and TotalTrax on March 16, 2017 to provide insights into improving fleet management with ultra-connected