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Many believe that smartwatches or other wearables, with inertial sensors, GPS receivers and cell phones built-in are going to be essential equipment for leaving home on routine excursions in the community. At this event, you will see several device types on display and hear about real-world use cases and how the wearable is integrated as part of the users daily living experience. Also, we will discuss what we can expect as new technologies like 5G cellphone technology are deployed. We are inviting all wearable innovators who wish to participate to join with us in the presentation and discussion. So, if you are interested email the chapter at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clairvoyant Networks-Theora Care
Chief Marketing Officer + Partner
Aging2.0 San Francisco Chapter
Justn graduated from UCLA in 2011. From 2012 - 2014 he worked on Bubbleboard (http://www.justinboogaard.com/bubbleboard) in a local LA accelerator as an EIR.
In 2015 Justin joined Soothe as a Product and Operations Manager & the first hire after the CTO. He built the Customer Service team, managed ops in ten cities and helped the company grow to a $25 million dollar valuation.
When his grandmother told him she was afraid of driving at night, and asked for a way to call Uber from her flip phone. GoGoGrandparent was born and she took her first trip to CoCo's Diner. She ordered a stack of buttermilk pancakes and extra crispy bacon.
Justin now spends most of my time thinking about solving aging and/or making it better.
A serial entrepreneur, Jean Anne Booth has 30 years of experience in high technology. Her background spans from P&L business unit management to marketing; product definition; systems, software, and applications engineering; silicon development engineering; and operations and product engineering.
Jean Anne was the founder of Luminary Micro, the creators of the Stellaris® microcontroller (MCU) platform and the first to market with ARM® Cortex™-M3-based microcontroller solutions. Luminary Micro was purchased by Texas Instruments in May 2009. Jean Anne left TI in November 2011 after serving as the General Manager for TI’s Stellaris family of products. Early in her career, Jean Anne worked with AMD’s embedded microprocessor products for 10 years in a number of management, marketing and engineering roles. Jean Anne holds a BSEE from the University of Texas and an MSCE degree from National Technical University.
Aging2.0 Palo Alto Chapter
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