Mobile Applications Forum
|Date: June 14, 2012
Online Registration is Closed.
|Time: 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
|Princeton, NJ 08542|
Building applications for wireless, mobile Internet and broadband services is one of the most exciting areas of development in the technology arena. The New Jersey Technology Council looks to foster this innovation in the region so that developers, entrepreneurs, market leaders and investors can come together to discuss strategic direction, showcase and share their ideas and connect with resources and partners. We will present some of the best applications in development in the US.
Working with the Canadian Consulate General, NJTC will present two panels and a Mobile Application Showcase where selected developers from the US and Canada will make presentations of their applications.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Sign up for 15 minute meetings with Canadian firms participating in the program. These meetings will be from 10AM - Noon and a free box lunch will be provided. Register in advance by clicking HERE
Panel 1: Application Trends
Mung Chiang, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University
Mobile App Showcase
Bryce Hunter, Mobile and Gaming Specialist, DHX Media
Bert Navarrete, Co-Founder, Connected Sports
Paul Nolting, Senior Counsel, Verizon Wireless
Guy Story, CTO, Audible, Inc.
Jordan Usdan, Deputy Director, Public-Private Partnerships, FCC
Presentations by SubCategory Winners of the Mobile Application Competition
Content SubCategory - Rant Network, Freehold, NJ
Location Services SubCategory - Public Stuff, New York City
M Health SubCategory - paSafeShare, Colts Neck, NJ
Mobile Media SubCategory - The Casey Group, Parsippany, NJ
Personalized Services SubCategory - HATCHEDit, Westfield, NJ
Smart Cities SubCategory - 2XM Interactive, Montreal, Quebec
Social Meeting SubCategory - Vonage, Lincroft
Best of Canada Submission - AlfredNFC, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Panel 2: Enterprise in the Mobile Sector
James Ouyang, Business Development, QUALCOMM
Rich Napoli, COO, ObjectFrontier
William Petruck, President and CEO, iShare.com.
Vaibhav Rampuria, Mobile Practice Head, Diaspark, Inc.
From 1 - 2 pm there will be three WorkGroups Meeting: Click below for more information:
Application Development - to register for this session, click here
Telecommunications/Media Industry Network Sponsors
Internet Infrastructure - to register for this session, click here
Mobile Learning - to register for this session, click here
Mobile Application Program Supporters
IT/Software Industry Network Sponsor
CIO Peer Network Sponsors
Co-Promoted by Mobile Monday, Philadelphia
Members - $25.00
Non-Members - $50.00
Students - $5.00
Requests for refunds must be received in writing one week prior to an event. Paid registrations are transferrable to another qualified guest.
Directions to Friend Center Convocation Room, Princeton University
If you are using a GPS navigation system to find the Engineering Quad, please enter “41 Olden Street, Princeton, NJ”
PARKING - LOT 21 - SEE DIRECTIONS BELOW
Please plan on arriving 15 minutes early to allow Tiger Transit transportation to the Friend Center
Directions to Lot 21
Heading north on Washington Road (away from Route 1), turn right onto Faculty Road.
(If you are heading south on Washington Road from Nassau Street/Route 27, turn left onto Faculty Road instead.)
After passing Jadwin Gym, turn left on Fitzrandolph Road and then take the first left turn into Lot 21. Look for the NJTC signs.
Getting to Princeton University by train from New York City
Take the New Jersey Transit northeast corridor line from New York Penn station to Princeton. You will have to change trains at Princeton Junction and take a smaller train, called the "dinky" to Princeton. A round-trip ticket from New York City costs $24.
The E-Quad (the area where the conference is going to be) is at a walking distance from the Princeton train station.
Another option is to take the "Blue Line" campus shuttle. The shuttle stop is right next to the train station.
Tiger Transit is the Lot 21 parking shuttle for faculty, staff, visitors and students. It is free to all members of the University community.
Tiger Transit Parking Shuttle provides service to and from campus, Monday - Friday, between the hours of 5:00 AM and 9:00 PM. The route is a continuous loop with service every 5 to 10 minutes and stops directly in front of the Friend Center.
From the NORTH/ NEW YORK CITY
Take the New Jersey Turnpike south to Exit 9 ( New Brunswick). After the toll booths, take the first right turn onto the ramp for Route 18 north. Soon after you enter Route 18, take the left side of a fork in the road, staying in the right lane. Immediately bear right for an exit to U.S. Route 1 south/Trenton. Drive south on Route 1 for about 18 miles, turn right onto Washington Road. Proceed on the Washington Road to the third traffic light, which is Prospect Avenue and turn right. Turn left onto Olden Street. Friend Center is on the corner of Olden and William streets. Look for the NJTC signs.
From the WEST
Drive east on Interstate 78 into New Jersey. Exit onto southbound Interstate 287 (toward Somerville). Follow signs for Routes 202/206 south. Go south on 202 for a short distance and then follow signs to 206 south, which will take you around a traffic circle. Go south on 206 for about 18 miles to Nassau Street (Route 27) in the center of Princeton. Turn left onto Nassau Street, and follow it to the third traffic light. Turn left onto Prospect Avenue. Then turn left onto Olden Street. Friend Center is on the corner of Olden and William Streets. Look for the NJTC signs.
Alternative from the WEST:
Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike east to the exit for Route 1 north. Travel on Route 1 north for approximately 23 miles. (When you cross into New Jersey, there will be a small toll fee on the bridge.) Turn left onto Washington Road. Proceed on the Washington Road to the third traffic light, which is Prospect Avenue and turn right. Turn left onto Olden Street. Friend Center is on the corner of Olden and William streets. Look for the NJTC signs.
From the SOUTH
If you are coming from southern New Jersey, we recommend that you take Interstate 295 north (instead of the New Jersey Turnpike), exiting at Route 1 north (exit 67). Travel about three miles north on Route 1, turn left onto Washington Road. Proceed on the Washington Road to the third traffic light, which is prospect avenue and turn right. Turn left onto Olden Street. Friend Center is on the corner of Olden and William streets. Look for the NJTC signs.
From the EAST
Take Interstate 195 west (toward Trenton) to the exit for Interstate 295 north. Drive seven miles to the exit for Route 1 north (exit 67). Travel about three miles north on Route 1, turn left onto Washington Road. Proceed on the Washington Road to the third traffic light, which is Prospect Avenue and turn right. Turn left onto Olden Street. Friend Center is on the corner of Olden and William streets. Look for the NJTC signs.