Alexandria, VA – Now in its 10th year, the 2014 Location Intelligence Summit features the emerging trends that support the integration of location technology with business intelligence, analytics and location-based mobile applications. Hundreds of executives and government officials seeking to leverage location intelligence for a competitive business and mission advantage are expected to attend this multi-track event over two and one-half days in Washington, D.C., at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center from May 19 – 21, 2014.
TransVoyant thought leader, President and Founder, Dennis Groseclose, will be presenting May 20th on ‘Using location intelligence to affect real-time behavior and improve outcomes for people, systems and global networks.’
“We are in a new era of technology—moving beyond static models, enterprise transactions systems and flat representations of processes—to systems of multi-dimensional awareness to see and sense our world—as it is happening,” said Dennis Groseclose. “When it comes to location intelligence, if you aren’t making decisions and improving outcomes in real-time, variability problems compound on themselves—increasing your risk of swelling costs and decreasing the ability to provide timely solutions to customers—both internal and external to your organization. I am grateful for the opportunity and look forward to speaking at the Location Intelligence Summit—changing the way people think about using live location-based data streams for decision making—whether it’s getting in front of a risk, or taking advantage of an opportunity.”
As President of TransVoyant, Dennis is focused on helping customers solve global, location-aware defense, security and information technology challenges. Dennis has extensive experience and expertise designing, building and operating real-time location-aware technologies to assist customers assessing and managing global risk while making critical decisions in global business and security environments.
He began his career in the U.S. Air Force, leading the Space & Missile Systems Center’s acquisition restructure and management of the $37 billion unmanned space launch vehicle program. Afterward, Dennis joined IBM as Program Director for Worldwide Supply Chain Optimization—driving the global design, development, delivery and integration of IBM’s logistics technology, supply chain optimization and Internet-based demand/supply collaboration solutions. He later became a Lockheed Martin Vice President leading businesses areas focused on Homeland Security, Intelligence and Logistics. At Lockheed Martin he led development and deployment of risk, targeting, analytics and intelligence solutions for U.S. Homeland Security and DOD agencies.
In addition to a Bachelors Degree from the Air Force Academy, Dennis holds an MBA from Louisiana State University and a MS from the Air Force Institute of Technology. Dennis has served on Boards of the National Center for Simulation, the Center for Applied Identity Management Research and the Economic Crime Institute.
To register for the 2014 Location Intelligence Summit, and visit with Dennis as he presents on May 20, 2014 (1:00pm – 2:30pm) at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in DC, visit http://www.locationintelligence.net
“Using location intelligence to affect real-time behavior and improve outcomes for people, systems and global networks.”
Traditional backward-looking analytics is necessary, but not sufficient to what matters. Location, context, preference, how people think—it all matters at once—and it takes a combination of historical trends and live, streaming data and information to enable more effective decision making before disasters and disruptions happen. The next frontier for location intelligence will be all about exploiting many sources of ‘live’ data to acquire reaction time ahead of risks or opportunities. Systems today are stuck in an operational paradigm of reacting to yesterday’s news. The future will be about reading tomorrow’s news today and operating in advance of the occurrence of high value/high consequence events. This presentation will show you how to influence behavior and improve outcomes for people and systems through emerging location-exploitation technologies; focused on real-time decisions – not sifting through location data; and refresh the way you currently view your Big Data and location analytics using predictive and prescriptive capabilities.
TransVoyant predicts the future. By continuously learning from the past and present, the company and its technology predicts future behaviors and events to improve outcomes for its customers. From satellites, radar, sensors, smartphones, social media and other devices that make up the Internet of Things, TransVoyant collects one of the world’s largest living repositories of real-time big data—over one trillion events per day. We then apply patented technology and proprietary algorithms to this massive big data to produce live and predictive insights that enable companies to transform business performance and governments to protect life and property. Our insights and predictions drive value in the areas of operational efficiency, risk management, consumer insights, resilience, asset optimization and security for national security and enterprise customers.