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Moving People & Things Safely in the COVID Era

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December 16, 2020 @ 1:00 pm 2:00 pm PST

WCA’s 1st Event of their IoT Application Series

Doing business in the Covid-19 era has changed the rules of engagement across every industry.
Two sectors which have been challenged to change public perception and create a safer commuter & working environment is Public Transportation and Logistics.

WCA, in association with SensorWorks, is pleased to present a new IoT Application series:
Moving People & Things Safely in the Covid Era.   

Two globally recognized leaders will share their thoughts on the business challenges they’ve seen during the pandemic, and how they’ve implemented IoT and Wireless technologies to help increase customer confidence. 

Our esteemed panelists will provide real-world examples which are being implemented throughout major cities and shipping hubs around the world. 

How is wireless technology being used commercially in a contactless future?

Which new applications or opportunities have grown (or will fail) out of this pandemic?  

What new IoT inventions will come about in a post-Covid era?

Speakers:

Andy Do – Moderator – CEO, SensorWorks

Hannah Kain- CEO, ALOM

Paul Comfort – Author & VP, Trapeze group

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December 16, 2020 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm PST

Doing business in the Covid-19 era has changed the rules of engagement across every industry. Two sectors which have been challenged to change public perception and create a safer commuter & working environment is Public Transportation and Logistics.

WCA, in association with SensorWorks, is pleased to present a new IoT Application series: Moving People & Things Safely in the Covid Era.

Two globally recognized leaders will share their thoughts on the business challenges they’ve seen during the pandemic, and how they’ve implemented IoT and Wireless technologies to help increase customer confidence.

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