Ocean Tomo CEO Jim Malackowski Thoroughly Enjoyed Day 1 at CES
The day began with the National Inventors Hall of Fame, (our CEO Jim Malackowski serves on the board), announcement of the 2019 Inductees. Looking forward to the Induction Ceremony which will take place in May in DC.
Ocean Tomo CEO Jim Malackowski, participated in a demonstration of Alibaba’s Real-Time Translator During Video Calls technology. Developed by Alibaba’s Machine Intelligence Technology Laboratory, the system for cross-border communication could be a real game-changer both for e-commerce as well as business-to-business communication.
Panasonic Corporations LastMile Hub was on display. Leveraging Panasonic’s IoT technology, the modular refrigerated cabinet system is designed to provide customizable storage units of various sizes and temperature settings. The LastMile Hub also includes a UI integration that allows for delivery tracking and cabinet access.
Really enjoyed seeing the renewal of this iconic brand – Victrola. Purchased in 2016 by Innovative Technology Electronics Corporation, the company has created a variety of consumer electronic products around this nostalgic brand.
Over at the Intel display, we enjoyed watching the virtual assembly of a drone demonstrating the Intel – Mimesys and Ericsson collaboration on holographic technology.
We wrapped up the Day 1 at CES at the WIRED Café. Had the opportunity to reconnect with an old friend from Ocean Tomo’s Racing Days – Sam Schmidt, Team Owner of Schmidt Peterson Racing. Sam accompanied the team from Arrow Electronics (one of his team sponsors) to the WIRED Café, also sponsored by Arrow. Special thanks to Nick Thompson for the invite!
Pictured: Jim Malackowski, Ocean Tomo CEO; Sam Schmidt, Schmidt Peterson Racing; Nick Thompson, Editor, WIRED; Jack Stewart, Senior Writer, WIRED.
Off to visit with I-EEE to explore the Eureka Village this morning.