Mobile Monday Detroit Reviews Connected Technologies in 2016, Previews 2017

Mobile Monday Detroit Reviews Connected Technologies in 2016, Previews 2017

TROY – Mobile Monday Detroit will again hold its’ Year-end Wrap-up event “Connected Tech Year in Review & Focus on the Future” on Monday, December 12 at 6 p.m. at RIIS in Troy. As it is every year, the format for this event is modified to be much more interactive; audience members are highly encouraged to participate in the conversation that will be led by Mobile Monday Detroit organizers, Randy Nunez of Ford Motor Company and Glenn Everitt of Compuware.

The discussion will review Mobile Monday Detroit events from 2016, as well as highlighting key connected technology innovations and issues that occurred during the year in Michigan and elsewhere, while looking at what we can expect moving forward into 2017. The audience is asked to bring their thoughts, perspectives, opinions and questions as the Mobile Monday Detroit team and audience together reflect on past events to understand the future impact they will have on connected technologies – and all the industries that use them.

Specific topics to be included in 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

The event is free to attend but advance reservations via Meetup ARE REQUIRED in order to attend; make your reservation at http://meetup.com/Mobile-Monday-Detroit

 

By |2016-12-01T20:49:39+00:00December 1st, 2016|Connected Tech|

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Founder of Michigan News Network, and serves as CEO, as well as Editor & Publisher of MITECHNEWS.COM. Brennan has worked since 1980 as a technology writer at newspapers in New York, NY, San Jose, CA., Seattle, WA., Memphis, TN., Detroit, MI., and London, England. He co-founded and served as managing editor of Pacific Rim News Service (SEATTLE), which developed a network of more than 100 freelance journalists in 17 Asia-Pacific countries.

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