Current Technical Session
IEEE Communications Society New York Chapter Technical Session
Co-sponsor: LaGuardia Women in Technology Student Club
Cisco Workshop on Mobile Location Technologies
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Location: LaGuardia Community College, Room: E322
3110 Thomson Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101
Time: 4:30pm – 5:30pm
We will discuss technologies that are available to provide relevant information to clients using mobile applications. Specifically, will focus on mobile location technologies their effectiveness and how they can make the user experience better. There are various technologies commercially available to do location, Global Positioning System (GPS) , Low Energy Blue-tooth (BLE), Compass, accelerometers, tri-lateration and Hyper-Location. Each technology has its effectiveness and we will quickly investigate each of these technologies and how they can impact the mobile users’ experience.
Nathan Boyd is a Solutions Architect for Cisco Systems and is currently responsible for designing large complex Wi-Fi networks for his customer base. Nathan is an expert in Wi-Fi and mobility technologies and leveraging them for mobile and location applications. Nathan has been in the technology industry for 20+ years and has architect advanced designs covering a wide variety of technologies from optical networks to advanced state-wide collaboration systems.
In his spare time Nathan sits on a board of directors for a small independent college and consults on a technology steering committee for a New Hampshire community college. Nathan also enjoys Photography, the Outdoors and Scuba Diving.
IEEE members are eligible to apply for 0.1CEU/ 1.0 PDH credit
Dr. Yun Ye, Chair, ComSoc NY Chapter, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org