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Matt Jones, Technical Lead for the Next Generation of Infotainment systems at Jaguar Land Rover and the Vice President of the GENIVI Alliance
Chris Rommel, VP, M2M & Embedded Technology
Manprit Singh, IBM, GotoMarket Manager Automotive Industry
John McDonald is the Chief Executive Officer of CloudOne, the first IBM Business Partner to provide IBM Rational software development tools in the cloud through on-demand Software-as-a-Service licensing. Prior to joining CloudOne, John spent 20 years as an executive and leader in IBM, and was a part of IBM Software Group since it's formation in the early 1990s. Outside of work, John is a lay minister and author of two local history books about Indianapolis, where he lives with his wife and family.
IEEE Spectrum “Tech Talk” contributor Douglas McCormick is a New York City-based freelance writer and communications consultant specializing in technology and life science. He has been editor or editorial director of such publications as PM360 (for healthcare marketers), BioTechniques (for molecular biology researchers), Pharmaceutical Technology, and Nature Publishing Company’s Bio/Technology (now called Nature Biotechnology). He was founder, CEO, and CTO of Physician Verification Services (an internet based healthcare marketing start-up) and, earlier, corporate director of scientific communications at SmithKline Beecham and computer science editor at Hayden Book Company.
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