Online Session to Address How Machine-to-Machine Communications Can Help Government Entities Achieve their Missions Faster and at Lower Cost
Reston, VA and TORONTO, ON— Sept 8, 2008—KORE Telematics (www.koretelematics.com), the world's largest digital wireless services provider specializing in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, will host an interactive online discussion on M2M communications in government applications on September 10th at 11 AM EDT.
The web conference will be moderated by Teresa Bozzelli, managing director of Government Insights, an IDC Company.
This web conference will define M2M and explore how the technology is enabling government entities to more effectively execute their missions and improve service delivery through real-time data collection and remote control. From better fleet management to reduce fuel consumption, to remote sensors for environmental monitoring, to smart meters designed to reduce energy consumption, to ubiquitous surveillance for improved security, M2M applications are driving innovation, reducing costs and delivering results.
Experts in technology for the government will outline successful M2M scenarios, describe real-world initiatives that are already underway, and preview opportunities for future M2M-enabled communication and collaboration in the government sector.
Attendees will learn:
* What is Machine-to-Machine Communications * Why government entities should consider M2M
* Where M2M is already in use ... but may not be identified as M2M
* Areas where M2M can soon create significant improvements in government missions
* Futurescope: where M2M communications will be used in 2-3 years
Teresa Bozzelli, managing director, Government Insights
Richard Meyers, president and CEO, GlobalTrak®
Stephen M Dye, associate, Booz Allen
Ed Bursk, chief marketing officer, KORE Telematics
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2008, 11:00 a.m. EDT
Who should attend:
Government executives involved in fleet management,
environmental affairs and conservation, homeland security and energy matters.