Future Perfect Tech Episodes
A CONVERSATION WITH KLATU NETWORKS FOUNDER AND CEO, RICK KRISS, AND KLATU COO, CHRIS WILKES
Rick Kriss, Co-Founder and CEO of KLATU, is an industry veteran with 25 years’ experience in IT and wireless sensor networks and application frameworks and more than a decade of experience working with cold-chain applications in the Life Sciences industry.
Chris Wilkes, KLATU’s Chief Commercial Officer, has over 25 years’ experience leading teams to develop and deploy medical device, molecular biology and biotechnology products. He also founded two successful startups, both of which are now part of Thermo Fisher Scientific.
We’ll be talking to Rick and Chris about an issue that has been on everyone’s minds recently with the distribution of COVID vaccines: cold chain storage and transport. What is it, Why does it matter, and how are smart systems improving vaccine and pharmaceutical research and distribution?
CONTINUING OUR CONVERSATION WITH DOUG STANDLEY
Today we’re continuing our conversation on edge technology. We discuss hurdles to adoption, catalysts like COVID and climate change, emerging business models and who the “winners” in edge will be.
Read more on the Real Edge.
A CONVERSATION ABOUT EDGE TECH WITH NIOLABS FOUNDER AND CEO, DOUG STANDLEY
Doug is a recognized leader in the design of disruptive technology innovation strategies and applications. He is currently pioneering EDGE to CLOUD distributed computing as the founder and CEO of niolabs and the multiple patented nio platform.
Prior to niolabs, Doug spent 10-years with Deloitte Consulting as a “tip of the spear” principal, fellow, and technology evangelist and strategy leader.
Today we’re talking to him about all things edge. How do you define edge technology and why do we need it? How will it enable more Smart Systems use cases? And what will the next killer app in edge be?
Read more on the Real Edge.
WEBINAR: THE FUTURE OF THE OEM SOFTWARE OPPORTUNITY
Rapidly evolving software development and dissemination patterns are radically disrupting the traditional business and revenue models to which OEMs have long been accustomed. Harbor hosted a live webinar exploring new business models for OEM software ecosystems on November 19,2020.
What you will learn:
- How is the market structure evolving?
- How have M&A and COVID-19 trends contributed?
- Where are the disconnects between you and your customers?
- How are your competitors approaching the market?
- Where are the top growth opportunities for industrial software?
Additional dimensions of the webinar include:
- Evolving software market structure & key tech trends
- Segmentation of software tools, automation & applications
- Top software growth opportunities
- Go-to-market and ecosystem development
OEM SOFTWARE OPPORTUNITY Q&A
The president and founder of Harbor Research, Glen Allmendinger, is answering your questions on the evolving business models informing the OEM software opportunity, and the challenges that OEMs are facing as software rapidly expands within their businesses.