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Multimodal SIG - The Promise of RFID:A Conversation with IBM Executives

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  • The Monthly Meeting of the Multimodal Interactive SIG


     

    Presentation Overview

    The transformational promise of RFID, and sensors and actuators in general, is exciting. These technologies, coupled with process change, can bring customers significant business value by empowering executives to make fast, accurate decisions to improve efficiency, update business processes, and find new ways to reduce costs. A growing proportion of IBM's customers are looking to increase their RFID and Machine to Machine (M2M) efforts, and IBM now has the program infrastructure and strategy to both address our customers' agendas and enhance our partner ecosystem. At the center of IBM's commitment to this market space is the Sensors and Actuators (S&A) Solution Unit, which drives the RFID related efforts across IBM's hardware, software and services to deliver solutions to the on demand enterprise.


     

    Presenter

    Robert Mayberry, Vice President of Sensor and Actuator Solutions, IBM

    About the Presenter:

    Robert L. Mayberry

    Robert Mayberry was named Vice President of Sensor and Actuator Solutions at IBM in March, 2004. In his new role, Mayberry oversees technologies and solutions developed for customer business opportunities, including RFID technology and Industrial Automation. Previously, he was Director of Business Partner Technical Enablement at IBM, responsible for leading the technical activities of an international unit managing the architecture and technology enablement of independent software vendor enterprise and mid -market applications across IBM's software group. From 1986 to 1993 he worked at IBM as a Laboratory Product Manager, overseeing software engineering for application development. His development responsibilities cover all middleware servers, messaging and development tools in IBM's portfolio. He also has been responsible for artificial intelligence and compiler design work in IBM's development and research laboratories.

    Robert Mayberry received a Masters Degree in Computer Science & Education from Stanford University and a PhD and Sc. B. in Applied Mathematics from Polytechnic University - Pomona.

    Event Logistics

    Location

    Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
    2475 Hanover Street
    Palo Alto, CA 94304
    Tel: 650.233.4500

    Agenda

    6:00 PM Registration and Networking
    6:30 PM -8:40 PM Presentations
     

    Price

    $15 at the door for non-SDForum members
    No charge for SDForum members
    No registration required

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