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IoT Podcast: Over the Air

English, Technology, 1 season, 88 episodes, 1 day, 19 hours, 21 minutes
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Budget overruns. Bricked devices. Data breaches. Building connected products is hard. Join us every other Tuesday for unfiltered conversations with executives about their IoT journeys — the mistakes they made, the lessons they learned, and what they wish they’d known when they started. In each episode of Over the Air, our expert guests will make bold predictions, reveal unpopular opinions, and share stories you won’t hear anywhere else.
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The Future of IoT Revealed: Inside Samsara's Data Revolution with Evan Welbourne

Connect with Ryan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanprosser/ Connect with Bill: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bbrock25/ Talk to Very: https://www.verytechnology.com/book-a-meeting Talk to Peridio: https://www.peridio.com/contact In the 87th episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, and Bill Brock, CEO of Peridio, sit down with Evan Welbourne, Head of AI and Data at Samsara. They explore the dynamic evolution of IoT technology, focusing on Samsara's pivotal role in driving industry innovation. If you’re passionate about the forefront of IoT and its potential to reshape industries, tune in to this insightful episode of Over the Air.
7/11/202420 minutes, 1 second
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Live Insights from Sensors Converge: IoT Innovations with Industry Leaders

Connect with Ryan: ⁠https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanprosser/⁠ Connect with Very: ⁠https://www.verytechnology.com/book-a-meeting⁠ The 86th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air takes you inside Sensors Converge Expo 2024 with Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very. Join him as he engages with industry leaders to explore the forefront of sensor technology and its applications in commercial and industrial IoT, tech, and AI. From discussions on generative AI, radio frequency, device control, and smart energy solutions, this episode unveils the latest advancements and challenges in connected technologies.
7/5/202446 minutes, 20 seconds
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Powering the Future: Wireless Electricity with Ori Mor from Wi-Charge

In the 85th episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very and Bill Brock, CEO of Peridio, are joined by Ori Mor, Chief Business Officer at Wi-Charge. They discuss the groundbreaking advancements in wireless power technology and how Wi-Charge is leading the charge to free billions of devices from batteries and cords. Ori shares insights on the development journey, market challenges, and the long-term potential of wireless power technology to revolutionize consumer electronics and IoT devices. If you’re interested in practical frameworks to deploy to find product-market fit and overcoming difficult problems to ensure long-term customer value, tune into this episode of Over the Air. Buyers Guide - How to Choose the Right IoT Company: Very
6/27/202431 minutes, 21 seconds
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Silicon Valley IoT Innovations: Insights from IoT Tech Expo 2024

The 84th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air finds Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, and Bill Brock, co-founder and CEO of Peridio, at the IoT Tech Expo 2024 connecting with a range of industry experts and thought leaders to explore the world of IoT and technology solutions.
6/19/202453 minutes, 4 seconds
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The Power of Generative AI in Predictive Maintenance: A Conversation with Rob Russell from Siemens

In the 83rd episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, and Bill Brock, COO of Very, are joined by Rob Russell, Head of Predictive Maintenance at Siemens, a leading technology company focused on industry, infrastructure, transport, and healthcare, and co-founder of Senseye, the leading cloud-based and AI-powered solution for predictive maintenance beyond single assets and production lines.
6/5/202419 minutes, 44 seconds
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Embedded Systems and IoT Connectivity: Lessons from Automate 2024

The 82nd episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air finds Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, at the Automate 2024 show. There, he connects with a galaxy of industry leaders to dig deep into the latest products in automation and the application of connected and embedded IoT devices. Hear from industry leaders like David Guy, Bill Bither, and Tristan Fogt, to name just a few, as they share their experiences and insights into their products and offerings. From AI-driven vision platforms to robotic safety solutions, this podcast covers a wide range of topics that will inspire and inform anyone interested in automation and AI technology. Don't miss out on this valuable conversation!
5/22/202439 minutes, 54 seconds
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Revolutionizing Agriculture: Smart Indoor Farming with Kevin Cazabon of AmplifiedAg

In the 81st episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Kevin Cazabon who is the Director of Engineering for Hardware and Software at AmplifiedAg Inc, a company that offers a suite of versatile technology solutions for CEA with a vision to create a global network of indoor farm operations powered by AmplifiedAg.
5/7/202422 minutes, 15 seconds
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The Future of Meat Processing with Blake Wortley of Flow Waterjet

In the 80th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Blake Wortley, Global Product Manager at Flow Waterjet, a global leader in ultrahigh-pressure process solutions for the last 60 years. Join Ryan and Blake as they explore how technology such as water jets, IoT, and robotics are revolutionizing the meat processing industry. As the labor shortage continues, companies are using robotics and advanced vision systems to improve efficiency, workplace conditions, and product quality, such as water jets. Blake shares how the technology reduces risks of cross-contamination and offers a safe method to meet consumer preferences for various meat cuts. Additionally, they dive into Flow Waterjet's innovations and goal of maintaining its industry-leading position into 2025 and beyond. If you want to learn more about using IoT and robotics for jobs people don’t want to do, subscribe to the podcast.
4/24/202422 minutes, 51 seconds
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From Landfills to Eco-Consciousness: Driving Sustainability with Reusable Filter Frames with Mark Dodd, Head of IoT at Woosh

In the 79th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Mark Dodd, Head of IoT at Woosh, a company that uses IoT to monitor air quality in homes and offices in real-time.
4/10/202423 minutes, 6 seconds
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User-Friendly AI & IoT with Steven Griggs, VP of Sales Engineering at Rajant

In the 78th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Steven Griggs, Vice President of Sales Engineering at Rajant Corporation, the broadband communications technology company that invented Kinetic Mesh networking, BreadCrumb wireless nodes, and InstaMesh networking software.
3/28/202422 minutes, 51 seconds
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IoT, the Secret Sauce to Make HVACs Smarter: Insights from AHR Expo 2024

The 77th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air finds Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, at the AHR Expo 2024. Ryan interviews several executives about their IoT journeys and experiences in the HVAC industry. Together, they explore the world of IoT and its impact on HVAC and indoor air quality solutions.
3/14/202450 minutes, 36 seconds
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From Closed to Open Source: Revolutionizing the Satellite Industry with Ian Itz, Director of IoT at Iridium

In the 76th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Ian Itz, Director IoT Line of Business at Iridium, a global satellite communications company, providing access to reliable voice and data services anywhere on Earth.
2/29/202422 minutes, 43 seconds
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Using IoT Solutions to Optimize HVAC Costs: A Discussion with Rahul Subramany, Co-Founder of Monaire

In the 75th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Rahul Subramany, Co-Founder of Monaire, a company that combines AI-powered detection with people-driven solutions to optimize heating, ventilation, and cooling (HVAC) costs at small commercial enterprises.
2/15/202421 minutes, 36 seconds
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Revolutionizing the Mining Industry with Sensor Fusion: A Conversation with Mel Torrie, Founder and CEO of ASI

In the 74th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Mel Torrie, Founder and CEO of ASI, a company that uses IoT for automation.
2/1/202425 minutes, 34 seconds
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Unlocking the Potential of Industrial IoT: Insights from Jeremy Frank, CEO of KCF Technologies

In the 72nd episode of IoT Pocast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Jeremy Frank, the CEO at KCF Technologies. Together they’re going to delve into industrial IoT, predictive maintenance, and bootstrapping a hardware company. So listen along!
1/18/202431 minutes, 17 seconds
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The Future of Smart Cities: Lighting, Parking, and Much More

In this episode of Over the Air: Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, heads to the Smart Cities 2023 conference to talk to the people who are, quite literally in some cases, lighting the way towards a smart city future. He is joined by Bethany Ibarra, Very’s Vice President of Sales and Client Strategy.
1/4/202427 minutes, 22 seconds
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Digital Transformation: From Tractors to Autonomous Agriculture

In this episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Jorge Heraud, VP of Automation and Autonomy at John Deere. They delve into the transformative impact of IoT and automation in agriculture. Jorge outlines John Deere's strides in autonomy, enabling tractors to perform tasks independently while farmers monitor progress remotely. They explore precision farming tools like See & Spray, discussing how these innovations optimize resource usage, reduce environmental impact, and enhance farming efficiency.
12/21/202318 minutes, 10 seconds
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Connected Manufacturing: Insights from WESTEC 2023

In the 70th episode of the IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, visits the 2023 WESTEC trade show and talks to five participants about their companies, IoT journeys, and experiences in the manufacturing industry.
12/7/202324 minutes, 11 seconds
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Using IoT to Revolutionize the Fastener Industry: Insights from the International Fastener Expo

In the 69th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, visits the International Fastener Expo in Las Vegas, interviewing various executives about their IoT journeys and experiences in the manufacturing industry.
11/23/202321 minutes, 59 seconds
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The Intersection of IoT and Manufacturing: Insights from FABTECH 2023

In the 68th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, and co-host Ben Wald, Founder of Very, visit FABTECH 2023, interviewing various executives about their IoT journeys and experiences in the manufacturing industry.
11/9/202326 minutes, 16 seconds
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Autonomous Navigation in GPS-Denied Environments with Ben Williams, COO at Exyn Technologies

In the 66th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, speaks with Ben Williams, COO of Exyn Technologies Inc., for a deep dive into the world of autonomous mapping and navigation.
10/26/202316 minutes, 12 seconds
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The Future of Industrial IoT: Insights from the 2023 AIMST Conference

In the 66th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, heads to the AI Manufacturing & SCADA Technology Conference and Exhibition to talk to leaders about the next moves in the industrial IoT space. He is joined by Bethany Ibarra, Very’s Vice President of Sales and Client Strategy.
10/13/202338 minutes, 1 second
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Product Development, Technical Challenges, and Trading Standards: Insights from LightFair 2023

In the 65th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, attends LightFair 2023 to look for who is driving innovation in the lighting space, and who is struggling (plus what they are struggling with). He is joined by special co-host Ben Wald, Founder at Very.
9/28/202334 minutes, 45 seconds
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The Role of AI in the Trucking Industry with Chris Torrence, CSO at Optym

In the 64th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very speaks with Chris Torrence, Chief Strategy Officer at Optym, an AI-driven platform for driving efficiency in the trucking industry.
9/14/202320 minutes, 3 seconds
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Smart Buildings, Global Impact with Arie Barendrecht, Founder of WiredScore

In the 63rd episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, speaks with Arie Barendrecht, Founder and CEO of WiredScore, to dive deep into the world of smart buildings.
8/31/202324 minutes, 29 seconds
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Industrial Digital Transformation with Aravind Yarlagadda, Chief Digital Officer at Eaton

In the 62nd episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, speaks with Aravind Yarlagadda, Chief Digital Officer at Eaton to discuss digital transformation in Industrials.
8/17/202325 minutes, 46 seconds
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IoT Security & The Importance Certificates with Ellen Boehm, SVP, IoT at Keyfactor

In the 61st episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, speaks with Ellen Boehm, SVP, IoT & Operations at Keyfactor, to discuss quantum computing, firmware, and open source.
8/3/202323 minutes, 49 seconds
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Sustainability, Preventative Maintenance, and Automation: Insights from BOMA 2023

In the 60th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, attends BOMA 2023 to find out what technology innovations are happening in commercial real estate. He is joined by Bethany Ibarra, VP of Sales and Client Strategy at Very.
7/20/202338 minutes, 45 seconds
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From B2C to B2B IoT with Davyeon Ross, Co-Founder & President at ShotTracker Inc

In the 59th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, speaks with Davyeon Ross, Co-Founder and President at ShotTracker Inc. They discuss transitioning from a B2C company to a B2B IoT company. He further delves into the evolution of sensor-based technology and how it's improving the game of basketball, bearing in mind the challenges faced over the years.
7/6/202332 minutes, 51 seconds
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Understanding Digital Twins in a Manufacturing Environment with Erik Udstuen, Co-Founder & CEO at TwinThread

In the 58th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, speaks with Erik Udstuen, Co-Founder & CEO at TwinThread. They discuss digital twins in the manufacturing sector and share insights into the best practices that can be adopted in this industry. Erik provides real-life examples of the successful implementation of their services and explains the different digital twin technologies, highlighting the three essential conditions for successful implementation. Erik, a visionary entrepreneur, is dedicated to addressing challenges in the IoT industry through innovative solutions. With a strong focus on enhancing productivity, he has developed groundbreaking technologies. Before founding TwinThread, Erik successfully launched Alpine Metrics, a platform designed to predict sales and marketing outcomes, optimizing business performance. His expertise and track record in developing transformative solutions make him a driving force in the industry.
6/22/202326 minutes, 37 seconds
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‘On the Road’ Special Episode: Improving the Hotel and Hospitality Sector with IoT Technology

In the 57th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very and special Co-Host Rob Tiffany attended the H D. Expo 2023, where they hosted the very first On The Air Roadshow. They spoke with several executives and innovators of IoT devices for the hotel and hospitality industry, where they discussed the impacts their devices have in the emerging industry and how they are finding solutions to hotel problems.
6/8/202332 minutes, 35 seconds
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The Biotech Revolution: How Technology is Transforming Smart Buildings with Vijay Sankaran, Chief Technology Officer at Johnson Controls

In the 56th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Vijay Sankaran, Chief Technology Officer at Johnson Controls. They discuss the overlap between biotechnology and the smart building industry, the role of data and metrics in improving smart buildings, and the key elements of successful smart buildings.
5/31/202338 minutes, 42 seconds
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Emerging Technologies in IoT with Patrick Wilbur, Co-Founder at Hologram

In the 55th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, speaks with Patrick Wilbur, CTO and Co-Founder at Hologram. They discuss the future of cellular connectivity and how it has greatly impacted the IoT industry. Patrick further delves into the challenges encountered with cellular connectivity and the solutions to them.
5/11/202324 minutes, 24 seconds
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Innovating Sustainable, Reliable, and Productive Technologies with David Vasko

In the 54nd episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, speaks with David Vasko, an industrial automation innovator, futurist and advisor. They discuss how Rockwell evolved over the years and how they have enabled productive innovations. They delve into how Rockwell has been constantly trying to de-risk new technology to make innovations viable and reliable. David further discusses the usage of AI and a digital twin-base control system in the development of new products, citing an instance in which the former was employed to cut down on steel waste during manufacturing. He also explains how Rockwell sees AI and how to use AI to make innovations better. They also talk about the benefits of preventative maintenance measures and how they might be applied to cut down on expenses.
4/27/202329 minutes, 33 seconds
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Turning IoT Challenges into Opportunities with Gerhard Loots, CEO at Madison Group and Kallipr

In the 53rd episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Gerhard Loots, CEO at Madison Group and Kallipr. They discuss the underappreciated art of solving hard but uncomplicated problems in IoT.
4/13/202319 minutes, 47 seconds
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Implementing Tech into Fresh-Food Vending Machines with Arne Saupe, VP of Technology at Farmer’s Fridge

In the 52nd episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Arne Saupe of Farmer’s Fridge to discuss the potential of IoT-powered vending machines for fresh and healthy food distribution.
3/30/202327 minutes, 41 seconds
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Making Smart Buildings a Reality with AI Computing with Stefan Schwab of Enlighted

In the 51st episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan is joined by Stefan Schwab to talk about how AI is helping to improve smart homes, how hard it is for entrepreneurs to win over customers, and what difficulties lie ahead for AI in the realm of computing.
3/16/202339 minutes, 11 seconds
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Competing with Tech Giants: Approaches and Challenges with Morgan Teachworth of Cisco

In the 50th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan is joined by Morgan Teachworth to discuss Meraki's meteoric rise and the steps a startup might take to establish a reputation.
3/2/202342 minutes, 53 seconds
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Implementing a Winning IoT Strategy at the Enterprise Level with Josh Becker of SAS

In the 49th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan is joined by Josh Becker to talk about the advancements and contributions AI technology has made to society and the importance of analytics in modern life.
2/16/202330 minutes, 1 second
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IoT Trends: A Year in Review and 2023 Predictions with Rob Tiffany and Bill Flaherty

In the 48th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, chats with Rob Tiffany, Founder of Sustainable Logix, and Bill Flaherty, Director of Hardware Engineering at Very. They share insights about the IoT trends in 2022 and predictions for 2023.
2/2/202343 minutes, 41 seconds
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Developing a Winning IoT Platform with André Jacobs of IoT.nxt

In the 47th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by André Jacobs, Chief of Product Engineering at IoT.nxt. They discussed how IoT.nxt entered the IoT space as a non-IoT company, the challenges they faced during the early stages of product launch, and approaches for transitioning from a service-focused to a product-focused company.
1/19/202322 minutes, 58 seconds
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Reinventing Sea Travel with Billy Thalheimer of REGENT

In the 46th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Billy Thalheimer, Co-Founder and CEO at REGENT. They discuss how REGENT came into being, the concept behind their design, and how they will change the face of transportation when launched. They discuss noise pollution and how REGENT intends to rectify it through innovation. They also talk about the meaning of ‘moonshot’ and what makes the Sea Glider an example of moonshot technology. Sea Gliders are a combination of boats and planes which can travel by sea and air. It is widely believed that they can solve transportation issues from noise pollution to ease of movement.
1/5/202342 minutes, 15 seconds
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Building a Connected Musical Instrument with Rafael Atijas of Loog Guitars

In the 45th episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Rafael Atijas, Founder and CEO at Loog Guitars. They discuss how Loog Guitars has been changing the musical experience of kids. They also look at the target market of their products: the kids' parents. They further elaborate on how Loog Guitars has evolved over the years to its present state. Rafael explains how Loog Guitars creates educational content for kids through the use of technology and storytelling. Loog Guitars creates musical products for children that employ storytelling and technology to pique and maintain their interest in music.
12/22/202232 minutes, 7 seconds
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The Secret to Beating Big Tech with Stuart Lombard of Ecobee

In this episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Stuart Lombard, Founder & CEO at Ecobee. They discuss how Ecobee has been challenging the big names in the IoT industry. They also discussed the idea behind the Ecobee thermostat product and how it has been integrated into smart homes to improve the owner's experience.
12/15/202228 minutes, 10 seconds
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Learning to Dance Alongside Elephants with Nathan Dyck of Nanoleaf

In this episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan is joined by Nathan Dyck to discuss the challenges of building a smart lighting system and how good innovations can be generated to compete with big companies or complement their innovations.
11/24/202233 minutes, 8 seconds
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Leveraging Customer Relationships to Build Authentic IoT Products with Dave Crosby, Co-founder, and CMO at WyzeLabs

In this episode of IoT Podcast: Over the Air, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Dave Crosby, Co-founder, and CMO at WyzeLabs. They talk about how small brands can leverage evolving market dynamics to take on big brands, achieving business success for budget-friendly IoT cameras, and approaches to customer relationships toward building successful products.
11/10/202237 minutes, 9 seconds
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Managing a World Class Commercial Ecosystem with Beverly Rider, CCO at Tonomus & CEO at Portfolio T

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Beverly Rider, CCO at Tonomus & CEO at Portfolio T, a Tonomus Company. They discuss how Tonomus is transforming the world by providing digital transformation at scale through integrating technology, machines, and a massive pool of human talent and experience.
10/20/202229 minutes, 26 seconds
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Converting to “Robotics-as-a-Service” with Michael Senske, Chairman & CEO of Pearson Packaging Systems

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Michael Senske, Chairman & CEO of Pearson Packaging Systems. They discuss how Pearson Packaging Systems employs a framework to deliver much better service with new ways for customers to pay for its end-of-line packaging equipment. They also investigate machinery-as-a-service and its potential for producing commercial value, enabling manufacturers to gradually employ automation without making a major initial investment in specialized machinery.
10/13/202230 minutes, 18 seconds
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Why IoT Has Been So Slow to Evolve with Don DeLoach, Co-founder of Rocket Wagon Venture Studios

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Don DeLoach, Co-founder of Rocket Wagon Venture Studios. They talk about the reasons behind the delayed advancement of IoT technology. They examine the development and deployment of IoT technology, how product-market fit is achieved in the market, and the significance of a well-balanced executive team in guaranteeing the long-term viability of a product.
9/29/202234 minutes, 50 seconds
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Navigating the Transition from Service-based to Product-Based Company with Ollie Smeenk, Co-CEO at SODAQ

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Ollie Smeenk, Co-CEO at SODAQ. They talk about how SODAQ is transitioning from being a service-based company to becoming successful as a product-based company.
9/15/202227 minutes, 59 seconds
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Leveraging Digital Technology for Health and Fitness with Florian Sauter, CTO and Co-founder at EGYM

In this episode of Over the Air — IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey… Ryan is joined by Florian Sauter to discuss how EGYM is leveraging digital technology for global health and fitness.
9/1/202220 minutes, 4 seconds
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Proof of Value (PoV) with Paul Glynn, CEO of Davra

In this episode of Over the Air — IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey… Ryan is joined by Paul Glynn to discuss the role of proof of value (PoV) in driving successful IoT products.
8/18/202227 minutes, 9 seconds
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Building Customer-Focused IoT Applications Easier with Charlie Key, Co-founder and CEO of Losant

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Charlie Key, Co-Founder and CEO of Losant, an IoT software platform that makes it easy to build and go to market with enterprise IoT products and solutions.
8/4/202219 minutes, 59 seconds
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Making IoT Economically Viable at Scale

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Ivo Rook, COO and President at 1NCE. They discuss making IoT economically viable at scale.
7/21/202226 minutes, 40 seconds
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Building A Low-cost Satellite IoT Solution

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Alastair Williamson, CEO of Wyld Networks. They discuss several use cases of low-power IoT sensors and IoT connectivity with satellites.
7/7/202222 minutes, 26 seconds
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Q&A with Rob Tiffany Part 2: Digital Twins, Edge Vs Cloud Computing & Industrial IoT

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Rob Tiffany, Managing Director at Digital Insights and Bill Flaherty, Director of Hardware Engineering at Very.
6/23/202225 minutes, 8 seconds
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Digital Twins and IoT for Robotics

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Kiva Allgood, President, CEO, and Board Member at Sarcos Technology and Robotics Corporation. They discuss how Sarcos is bringing industrial robotics and exoskeletons to life. They further talk about the role of IoT in product development and how to quickly bring these innovations to market in a way that has the greatest commercial viability.
6/9/202232 minutes, 1 second
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Q&A with Rob Tiffany Part 1: 5G, CBRS, Edge, IIoT & Agile

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Rob Tiffany, Managing Director at Digital Insights and Bill Flaherty, Director of Hardware Engineering at Very. In this Q&A session, they discuss the vast potential of CBRS and Enterprise 5G for industrial innovation in distributed environments. They investigate how much the impact of 5G will be determined by its use cases and degree of relevance, determined by the requirements of an IoT endpoint and application. Because 5G has potential to access more spectrum, it enhances overall bandwidth and allows a large number of IoT devices to connect.
5/26/202230 minutes, 17 seconds
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Managing 250 Million Messages Per Day

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Eric Simone, Founder, and CEO of ClearBlade. They discuss how ClearBlade has evolved to become the industry leader in intelligent assets and Industrial IoT. Eric shares his approach to edge computing (and the value this trend delivers to his customers), partnerships as a growth enabler, and ClearBlade's future vision.
5/12/202233 minutes, 34 seconds
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Building a Hub to Manage Millions of Other People’s Devices

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very, is joined by Lucas Haldeman, Founder and CEO of SmartRent. They discuss how SmartRent leverages the strategy of developing and maintaining quality partnerships to successfully manage IoT devices at scale. They also explore how to find product market fit in the rental ecosystem while balancing owner asset protection and renters' privacy concerns.
4/28/202231 minutes, 33 seconds
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Building Security Robots: a Hardware-as-a-Service Case Study

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Travis Deyle, Co-founder and CEO of Cobalt Robotics. They discuss how Cobalt employs a framework to deliver a much better service at a much lower cost to their customers. They also look at Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS) and its long-term viability in terms of delivering business value and reimagining how hardware is distributed.
4/14/202236 minutes, 19 seconds
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Super Intelligence. Friend or Enemy?

In this episode of Over the Air: IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Daniel Hulme, CEO of Satalia. They discuss artificial intelligence, its application, implications and variations. They delve into how artificial intelligence connects with both IoT, and business success.
3/31/202232 minutes, 16 seconds
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The Anatomy of a Hardware Product Recall

In this episode of Over the Air - IoT, Connected Devices, & the Journey, Ryan Prosser, CEO of Very is joined by Brandon Van Blerk, Co-founder and CEO of Tether. They delve into the anatomy of product recall, with Brandon describing his journey into market discovery and the origin of Tether. They talk about how to identify product-market fit, how to analyse the market gap, and how to engage with customers to create a successful IoT product.
3/17/202227 minutes, 1 second
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Intrapreneurship in Industry 4.0: What You Need to Succeed

Innovation is hard. According to Christopher Couch, SVP, Chief Technology and Procurement Officer at Cooper Standard, and Founder and CEO at Liveline Technologies, one of the keys to success is finding a low-cost and low-risk way to break things and continuously experiment.  But once you hit on something innovative, something that solves a thorny problem, how do you know whether it’s something you should spin off into its own standalone company? In this episode, we get into the weeds on intrapreneurship in industry 4.0. We discuss: The events that led to spinning off a new company Managing the culture clash between the new and old Navigating the paradigm of being both vendor and competitor What you need to succeed Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscrib ing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
2/1/202223 minutes, 53 seconds
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The OG of IoT Returns: A Chat w/ Rob Tiffany (Part 2)

Rob Tiffany, VP & IoT Intrapreneur at Ericsson and the Executive Director at the Moab Foundation, returns for part 2 of our wide-ranging conversation on IoT. In this episode, we discuss ethics in technology and how IoT can be further leveraged for the common good. We also chat about the future of IoT and how it fits into “Capitalism 2.0”. We discuss: IoT and technology thresholds: The lines that shouldn’t be crossed How the Moab Foundation helps the world What’s on the horizon for Ericsson  Mentioned during the podcast: RobTiffanyDigital.com   Rob Tiffany on YouTube  @RobTiffany on Twitter  IoT Coffee Talk on YouTube  Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
1/18/202222 minutes, 9 seconds
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The OG of IoT: A Chat w/ Rob Tiffany (Part 1)

There are a select few who were there at the dawn of IoT.  Rob Tiffany, VP & IoT Intrapreneur at Ericsson, is one of those.  In fact, Rob is known for showing up in the monumental stages of the IoT evolution and transitioning into the behemoth that it is today. Our conversation is so jam-packed with IoT insights that we had to separate it into two parts. In part one, Rob discusses the early days of IoT—pre-cloud, pre-sophisticated development tools, pre-wireless data networks—and weighs the cost and value sides of IoT. We discuss: The inventive spirit of the early days  The current state of consumer IoT Why the value of industrial IoT lies in moving users from guessing to knowing What the future holds for automation and the workforce Mentioned during the podcast: RobTiffanyDigital.com   Rob Tiffany on YouTube  @RobTiffany on Twitter  IoT Coffee Talk on YouTube  Stay tuned for Part 2 of our conversation with Rob. Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
1/4/202229 minutes, 56 seconds
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The Hero’s Journey Toward High-Level Hardware Execution

There’s a Maori proverb that goes like this: What is the most important thing in the world? It is the people, it is the people, it is the people. That certainly applies to high-level hardware execution. After all, there is no way it happens unless you have the right people around you. Matt Barber, Chief Executive Officer at Vutility, joins the show to share his tips on how to get the right people into the right mindset for executing hardware well. We discuss: 3 tips for high-level execution How one bad apple can ruin company culture Finding operational excellence in a partnership model Taking leadership inspiration from The Hero’s Journey What the future holds for Vutility Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
12/21/202129 minutes, 26 seconds
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IoT Lessons: How Software Opened the Door to Smart Locks

Yale has been manufacturing locks since 1840. Put another way, they have hardware on lockdown. Software, on the other hand, has been a relatively new addition to the company’s repertoire. In this episode, Jason Williams, President of August Home, Yale Real Living, and Smart Residential Global Accounts, shares his thoughts on the journey his company has been on since they started manufacturing smart locks and the lessons they have learned along the way.  We discuss: The story and strategy behind acquiring August Home Lessons from learning the language of software Reasoning behind entering the smart lock space Advice for companies starting their IoT journey Follow Yale Real Living and August Home on Twitter: @YaleHome  @AugustHomeInc  Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
12/7/202128 minutes, 4 seconds
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A Smart Approach for Doing Firmware Right

Nobody gets firmware right the first time. It’s a hard truth in the IoT space. Many developers of smart products trip up at this step in their journey. It’s not just the initial development that’s difficult either. As the product evolves, you need to constantly improve the experience—without breaking things in the process. Alan Vardon, Director - Smart Home Division at Globe Electric, is well-versed in the trials and tribulations of firmware development, and he’s learned a few lessons along the way. In this episode, we discuss: Transitioning an established company to the smart home space The importance of initial and continuous testing with firmware The challenges of working with firmware Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
11/23/202120 minutes, 53 seconds
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The Recipe For Creating a Culinary Connected Device

It’s hard enough to marry the worlds of hardware and software when creating a connected device. Imagine throwing another specialized discipline with its own language and rigid ways of working into the development process too. That’s exactly what David Rabie, Founder & CEO at Tovala, dealt with in creating a company that pairs a smart oven with a meal delivery service. In this episode, he describes how they established a culture of collaboration that brought all three disciplines together under a unified mission. Topics covered: Bridging the worlds of culinary and tech The strategy behind using Kickstarter How a marketing pivot drove new growth How finding product-market fit led to operational challenges Our exclusive discount code for Tovala to purchase the oven for $89 and includes six orders is: very possible Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
11/9/202123 minutes, 7 seconds
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Sustainability in the Robotics-as-a-Service Industry

For B2B robotics, all the customer cares about is the outcome. There’s no emotional attachment to having a brand new thing like there is in B2C. That’s one reason why it provides an incredible opportunity to bring sustainability and reusability to the industry. All it takes is one simple acronym: RaaS. Stefan Nusser, Chief Product Officer at Fetch Robotics, joins the show to discuss how his company approaches sustainability using a robotics-as-a-service model. We discuss: What made a partnership with Zebra Technologies so appealing The difference between building a product for B2B vs B2C The philosophy behind modular reusable components How RaaS is bringing sustainability to robotics Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
10/26/202136 minutes, 41 seconds
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Smart Grilling: How Tech Helps Cook a Better Brisket

People have been cooking meat over a fire for millions of years. But until recently, they haven’t had the benefit of using grills infused with smart capabilities. And that’s a crying shame. Jason Baker, Business Development at Green Mountain Grills, explains how the smart pellet grill works and the process that went into creating it. We discuss: - How the technology works - Three ways it makes grilling easier - Developing tech with a non-technical background - Lessons learned throughout the process Follow @Green Mountain Grills on TikTok.  Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
10/12/202131 minutes, 23 seconds
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IoT Strategy: Firing Bullets Instead of Cannonballs

You’ve been tasked with defining an IoT and automation strategy for your company. It’s a major initiative that will likely span the next decade or more. Where do you start? What’s the right path forward? Craig Salvalaggio, Chief Operating Officer at Applied Manufacturing Technologies, was in your shoes 18 years ago. In this episode, he offers advice on how to get started with an IoT strategy and the pitfalls to avoid along the way. We discuss: - What automation looked like 20 years ago - Tips for getting started with an IoT strategy - How building a team can inform internal culture transformation - How partnerships enable growth Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
9/28/202125 minutes, 43 seconds
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Star Trek Replicators? How Additive Manufacturing is Changing the Industry

We’re a lot closer to having a bona fide Star Trek replicator than you might think. Sure, we’re not to the point where you can just press a button and a part — or maybe a steak and some Romulan ale — will materialize out of nowhere. However, additive manufacturing has finally matured to such a degree that 3D printing is feasible for manufacturing applications. Blake Teipel, Cofounder and CEO at Essentium, shares how additive manufacturing is bringing agility and adaptability to manufacturers and product developers. We discuss: - What additive manufacturing is - Building a team vs finding partners - Electromagnetic energy and electrically conductive plastics Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
9/14/202131 minutes, 30 seconds
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Jumping Into the Ring w/ a Punchable Computer

Typical hardware devices aren’t designed to withstand getting punched repeatedly every day. One reason is most hardware isn’t meant to be punched. Another reason is it’s pretty hard to develop hardware for that purpose. In this episode, Jeff Morin, CEO and Founder at Liteboxer, discusses how his team tackled the challenges of creating a home boxing hardware platform that gamifies the workout experience. Topics covered: - Developing hardware in the consumer space - Strategies for raising capital - Leaving room for iteration - Determining core competencies and finding the right team Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
8/31/202136 minutes, 26 seconds
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Redefining the Imaginable in Space Exploration & Communication

The most enticing opportunities on earth involve finding solutions to problems that have traditionally been considered impossible. What could be better than that? How about redefining the imaginable outside of earth’s orbit — in deep space? Neil Mallik, Office of the Chief Engineer for Space Communications and Navigation at NASA, joins the show to chat about the commercialization opportunities available in space exploration and communication. We discuss: - Openings for commercialization in the aerospace industry - The technical challenges of interconnectivity outside of Earth - Impossible things which might become possible within the next 10 to 15 years Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
8/17/202138 minutes, 14 seconds
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Modularity in Robotics: A Vision for the Future

Most of our tech isn’t developed to be modular. Our cell phones, speakers, and TVs are designed to be used for a limited window of time and can’t be reused in any way — at least by the end consumer. However, Afshin Doust, CEO at Advanced Intelligent Systems, has a different vision for the future of robotics. In this episode, he explains how modularity minimizes development costs and time while empowering a bigger, better robotics industry for the future. Topics covered: - Making robotics scalable - Bringing modularity to consumer technology - Why Robotics-as-a-Service? - Determining the core skills needed on your team Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
8/3/202127 minutes, 52 seconds
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Designing IoT Solutions for Hard-to-Connect Places

IoT is transforming the way we approach intractable problems like poverty, sustainability, and climate change, especially in remote regions like Africa. But there are many challenges inherent in bringing connected devices to these isolated places. Jit Bhattacharya, Principal at Factor(e) Ventures, joins the podcast to talk about engineering IoT solutions for areas with unreliable connectivity. Topics we covered: - 3 challenges of developing an IoT solution for remote areas - How lithium-ion batteries are changing the landscape - The importance of data in developing products and gaining industry buy-in Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
7/20/202136 minutes, 34 seconds
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Intrapreneurship, Internal Incubation, Spinoffs, and IoT Product Development

Many of the world’s greatest innovations emerge from intrapreneurship. Given the space to incubate tangential ideas, employees often create products that become the basis for successful spinoff companies. In today’s episode, we chat with Bob Marshall and Joe McNulty from Whisker Labs — a company born out of intrapreneurship. Bob is the Founder and CEO and Joe is the SVP of Product and Partnerships. We discuss: - The origin story of Ting - Intrapreneurship and innovating within a company - Analyzing whether a personal mission has legs as a business Any questions for our guests? Contact Bob at [email protected] and Joe at [email protected]. Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
7/6/202138 minutes, 15 seconds
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IoT Data: Using Smart Tech to Outsmart Analog Competitors

IoT data can have a profound impact on the quality of your product. But don’t stop there. It can also potentially improve every single aspect of your business. In this episode, Sean Grundy, Co-Founder & CEO of Bevi, joins the show to explain how IoT data guides his business and sets the Bevi brand apart from the competition. We discuss: - Using IoT data to inform decision making - Hardware mistakes and lessons learned - Tips for entering a contract manufacturer relationship - Thoughts on core competencies and outsourcing Reach out to Sean on LinkedIn or at [email protected]. Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop and can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
6/22/202148 minutes, 34 seconds
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Embracing a Consumer-Centric Approach to Product Development

A lot of companies — even the big players — make the mistake of developing a product in search of a problem. But today’s guest, Doug Roberson, Chief Technology Officer at Alterco Robotics US, advocates for taking a consumer-centric approach to product development. In this episode, he shares why listening and interacting with customers is the key to delivering a viable outcome that actually solves their problems. What we talked about: - Honing a consumer-centric approach to product development - Ensuring there’s a large enough audience for a product - Lessons from a development cycle without a viable outcome - The importance of saying no to superfluous stuff Check out Doug’s podcast, Make IoT Simple. Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
6/8/202135 minutes, 2 seconds
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Moonshot Engineering Projects: Getting Innovative Initiatives Off the Ground

You’ve been given the reins of a moonshot engineering project. The company’s big, make-or-break initiative is in your hands and all eyes are on you. Feeling lost? Overwhelmed? No idea where to start? In this episode, new co-host, Luke Wilhelm — Chief Product Officer here at Very and a veteran leader of big consequential projects — doles out advice for overseeing critically strategic engineering initiatives. Topics covered: - Advice for newbies leading a really big initiative - Options for changing the scope of a project midstream - Tips for effectively managing up - Why saying “no” often makes saying “yes” more effective Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
5/25/202136 minutes, 53 seconds
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Silicon Savannah: Expanding Access to Clean Cooking Fuel

A significant amount of the world’s population — over 2 billion households — cooks with dirty fuels. For most, there simply isn’t access to clean cooking fuel. In Kenya, Nick Quintong (CEO and Co-Founder) and his team at PayGo Energy have designed an IoT solution that expands access to clean cooking. In this episode, Nick shares: - Why startups are abundant in Nairobi - How a piece of smart hardware brings clean cooking fuel to Kenya - The journey of developing new IoT technology - Advice for negotiating the right metrics for success Never miss an episode of Over The Air by subscribing wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over the Air in your favorite podcast player.
5/11/202129 minutes, 12 seconds
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Space IoT: The Final Frontier

The greatest transformation in the history of aerospace is happening now. The confluence of new technology combined with the evolution of space-based markets presents incredible opportunities for companies in the connected space. Joining us on this episode to break it all down is Dennis Muilenburg, Former CEO of Boeing and current CEO of New Vista Acquisition Corp., a SPAC focused on emerging technologies in the aerospace and defense sectors. Topics we covered: - Significant changes in the connected space over the last 20 years - How SPACs help emerging space IoT technologies - Evolving space-based markets - What’s on the horizon for space exploration Over The Air
4/27/202119 minutes, 38 seconds
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Guiding Agriculture Into the Digital Age

The digital transformation continues to upend industries and connect the world in new and innovative ways. But one industry remained untouched until recently: agriculture. In this episode, we’re joined by Praveen Penmetsa, CEO/Founder of Monarch Tractor & Motivo, to discuss how he’s revolutionizing the agriculture industry by bringing automation and connectivity to farms around the world. Topics that we covered: - Transforming a stagnant industry - Challenges of working in an agricultural environment - The merits of a modular vs. a non-modular approach to product development - How connected devices will change our lives in meaningful ways Over The Air
4/20/202134 minutes, 49 seconds
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What is Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS)?

We’ve all heard of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and, of course, the hardware needed for that software to work. But what happens when SaaS and complex hardware are combined? Paul Willard, a founding partner at grep -vc, refers to this as RaaS or Robotics-as-a-Service. In this episode of Over the Air, Paul tells Ryan about… - What RaaS is and why it’s valuable - How his rare background makes him the perfect RaaS investor - What he looks for in founders - The robot he can’t wait for someone to build Over The Air
4/13/202128 minutes, 34 seconds
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Tips for Early-Stage Smart Device Prototyping

The line between prototyping to perfection and analysis paralysis is fine. On one hand, you want to make sure your IoT-connected device is as customer pleasing as possible. On the other, you’ve got to get the thing to market. In this initial episode of Over the Air: IoT Connected Devices & the Journey, we speak with Keith Nothacker, Founder & CEO of BACtrack. Along with tips for early-stage smart device prototyping, Keith shares… BACtrack’s journey from idea to market leader Reasons why some IoT companies don’t fully prototype their products Early (bad) ideas BACtrack tested out Over The AirApple PodcastsSpotify
3/24/202123 minutes, 37 seconds
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An Introduction to Over The Air — IoT, Connected Devices & The Journey

You’re on your own unique journey, but those mistakes, failures, and setbacks you encounter…are really not that unique. The IoT executives who have been on the journey before you have insight into their mistakes and the solutions that made them successful, and we’ve created a platform for them to share their stories to help others looking to advance in the IoT space. Join Ryan Prosser, show host and CEO at Very to talk about: - SaaS and hardware background. - How Very serves those trying to advance in the IoT space. - What listeners can expect to hear in future episodes. Tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, our website, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening on a desktop & can’t see the links? Just search for Over The Air — IoT, Connected Devices & The Journey in your favorite podcast player.
3/24/20211 minute, 41 seconds