Greg King, Associate Vice President for Economic Development at Georgia Tech.
From left to right: Amie Gray, CEO and Founder of N3 Innovation; Allyson Laurance, Senior Vice President and Global Treasury Innovation & Partnerships at Citi; Erik Pavelka, AWS Connections and Senior Manager, Business Development at Amazon Web Services; Patrick Crowe, Sales Development at SwitchPitch.
Daniel Elizalde, Vice President and Head of IoT for North America at Ericsson, explores a PACCAR truck.
Ethan Bagley, Director Of Innovation at J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., leads a discussion.
Participants meet in front of a PACCAR connected truck.
Jeff Calcagno (left), Head of JLABS Bay Area, talks about Johnson & Johnson’s innovation program with InnoLead’s Scott Kirsner (right).
Leslie Shannon, Head of Ecosystem and Trend Scouting at Nokia, leads a breakout session.
Ingrid Flores, Technology Strategy Director at Airbnb, leads a session on building and managing a sustainable innovation portfolio.
Matt Hulett, the President of Rosetta Stone, discusses the company’s digital transformation with InnoLead’s Scott Kirsner.
The PACCAR Silicon Valley Innovation Center focuses on next-generation research and identifying emerging technologies that will benefit the future of trucking.
Attendees participate in an interactive innovation game lead by Planbox, one sponsor of the event.
Waleed Kadous, an Engineering Strategy Lead at Uber, shares his experiences helping the company bridge the digital and physical worlds.
Bill Cecil, Scouting Director at State Farm, discusses how to establish and manage a Silicon Valley outpost.
Andy Lee, the Senior Product Manager of Emerging Technology at Starbucks, hosts a breakout session.
InnoLead CEO Scott Kirsner walks through the different lunch discussion topics suggested by attendees.
Participants share best practices for innovation during a breakout session.
Paul Konasewich leads a tour at the PACCAR Silicon Valley Innovation Center in Sunnyvale, Calif.
Kyle Quinn, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at PACCAR, joins Kaitlin Milliken on stage for a fireside chat.
At our recent Silicon Valley Deep Dive event, leaders from around the US met in Sunnyvale, Calif. to discuss tactics for scouting emerging technology and plugging into the startup ecosystem. The day before the event, groups visited Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JLABS and NASA’s AMES Research Center. We then gathered at the PACCAR Silicon Valley innovation Center for a full day of fireside chats, tours, whiteboard sessions, and lunchtime conversations. Thanks to all our speakers, participants, and to our sponsors Planbox and SwitchPitch.
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