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Video: The Future of the Internet of Things

How will the Internet of Things change the world? Rob Coneybeer, Greg Winner and Gilad Meiri discuss

Innovation series by Steven Loeb
July 8, 2014 | Comments
Short URL: http://vator.tv/n/37ff

The Internet of Things is one of the most exciting, and fastest growing, sectors in the tech industry. In just a few years, all of the devices that we buy will be connected to each other through sensors, which will change the way we live our lives in ways we can't even imagine yet.

At Vator's Splash Oakland I moderated a panel that consisted of Rob Coneybeer (Founder & Managing Partner, Shasta Ventures), Greg Winner (CEO,GainSpan), Gilad Meiri (Founder & CEO, Neura). We took a look the at challenges, investment opportunities and potential challenges in this fast-growing market segment.

Check out the video below:

Save the Date: Splash LA is Oct. 2 in Santa Monica. A couple keynotes include Jessica Alba and Brian Lee, Founders of The Honest Company. Register here

Thanks to our Vator Splash Oakland video sponsor, Oakland Forward and Brian Parker, Oakland Mayoral candidate. 


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