9 episodes

In this new series from T-Mobile for Business and iHeartRadio, Oz and Karah look closely at how 5G innovations will revolutionize the way we work, socialize and interact with the world. They'll explore how the 5G revolution has the potential to change everything from airline travel to manufacturing to sports to disaster relief, and what the next generation of wireless really means for the businesses that serve us.

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In this new series from T-Mobile for Business and iHeartRadio, Oz and Karah look closely at how 5G innovations will revolutionize the way we work, socialize and interact with the world. They'll explore how the 5G revolution has the potential to change everything from airline travel to manufacturing to sports to disaster relief, and what the next generation of wireless really means for the businesses that serve us.

    Fields of Change

    Fields of Change

    In our increasingly “smart” and connected future, technological advancements will solve various issues facing the agriculture industry––from connectivity dead-zones and data collection to augmenting traditional farming skills and improving crop yield to meet the demand of a growing population. In this episode, we hear from Julian Sanchez, Director of Precision Agriculture at John Deere, about the tools and technology that will transform the efficiency of farming––Kirk Stueve, a farmer, and engineer with Ceres Imaging, a company that uses aerial photography to provide farmers with advanced crop data–– and George Kantor, a researcher and educator at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University where he and his team are working on autonomous and semi-autonomous farming robots. Make sure to check out other episodes in this series featuring: Irene Petrick, Senior Director of Industrial Innovation in the Internet of Things Group at Intel and Sean Petterson, founder of Strongarm Technologies.

    • 30 min
    Future Factories and Reimagining Industries

    Future Factories and Reimagining Industries

    Imagine a future where machines could talk and tell us what they need––or a warehouse that could actively track not just your packages but also the wellbeing of the hardworking people behind the scenes of the assembly line. Advancements in the next generation of wireless connectivity and mobility are bringing that future closer with the promise of smart factories and connected production facilities. In this episode, we hear from Irene Petrick, Senior Director of Industrial Innovation in the Internet of Things Group at Intel; Pat McCusker, COO of Fast Radius, a company using 3D printing on an industrial scale to reimagine the supply chain; and Sean Petterson, founder of Strongarm Technologies, a company using data to help improve worker safety and reduce workplace injuries for factory and warehouse workers. Make sure to check out other episodes in this series featuring: Arthur Orduña, Chief Innovation Officer of Avis Budget Group and Oliver Cameron, Co-Founder and CEO of the startup Voyage.

    • 30 min
    Highway to the Future

    Highway to the Future

    We rely on vehicles every day - whether it’s your car, shipping vehicles delivering packages, or public transportation getting us all where we need to go. Advancements in the next generation of wireless connectivity and mobility are bringing the future closer to us, with the promise of automated fleets and even someday self-driving vehicles. In this episode, we hear from Arthur Orduña, Chief Innovation Officer of Avis Budget Group-the global car rental company that also owns the popular car-sharing service ZipCar; Oliver Cameron, Co-Founder and CEO of the startup Voyage, which is testing and expanding the use of autonomous vehicles in retirement communities; and Marcus Welz who leads the Siemens Intelligent Traffic Systems business in North America, which is actively innovating to change the way we use public transportation. Make sure to check out other episodes in this series featuring: Natasha Franck, Founder and CEO of the startup EON and Paul Dillinger, Head of Global Product Innovation for Levi Strauss.

    • 31 min
    Wired Wardrobes and the Future of Clothes

    Wired Wardrobes and the Future of Clothes

    Clothes serve many purposes. They protect and keep us comfortable; they allow us to express ourselves, dress for all occasions, and be part of the fashion trends "of the moment." But new advancements, in the next generation of 5G wireless networks, enable greater connectivity that could expand the "internet of things" to our wardrobe. In this episode, we hear from Paul Dillinger, Head of Global Product Innovation for Levi Strauss who is developing connected clothing; Paul Winsper, VP of Athlete Performance at Under Armour who is creating clothing that uses data to boost athletic performance; and Natasha Franck, Founder and CEO of the startup EON, who is leveraging smart chip technology to connect consumers to manufacturers to drive better sustainability and new customer experiences. Make sure to check out other episodes in this series featuring: Charlie Han from Microsoft’s HoloLens team and Diana Hu, Head of the Augmented Reality Platform at Niantic.

    • 29 min
    Changing the Game with 5G

    Changing the Game with 5G

    The way we watch, play and coach our favorite sports and games is changing, thanks to imminent advancements in technology and connectivity. Surrounding industries are forging a parallel path to bring a new world of sports to reality, leveraging the 5G revolution to enable new stadium experiences plus creating new ways to watch and play, transforming the businesses of sports and gaming. In this episode, Krishna Bhagavathula, Chief Technology Officer of the NBA, shares how new technologies will increase engagement, viewership, and enhance the fan experience; Diana Hu, Head of the Augmented Reality Platform at Niantic, speaks about how mobile gaming stands to revolutionize the gaming and sports worlds alike; and Charlie Han, from Microsoft’s HoloLens team, discusses how they are developing hardware to tie these advancements together. Make sure to check out other episodes in this series featuring Harold Schapelhouman, Chief of the Menlo Park Fire Department and Nicole Raimundo, Chief Information Officer of Cary, North Carolina.

    • 25 min
    Connecting Cities, Changing Communities

    Connecting Cities, Changing Communities

    Supporting and keeping our fellow neighbors safe has always been one of the primary roles played by our communities. While it is human nature to help, technology has exceeded our human capabilities, helping us to respond faster and more efficiently. A 5G world's connectivity will usher in the next wave of advancement as emergency response capabilities grow exponentially, and we explore new ways to stop crises before they even begin. In this episode, we hear from Harold Schapelhouman, Chief of the Menlo Park Fire Department, who is upgrading the tools he's using, such as drones, keeping his crews and citizens safe. We'll also hear from Nicole Raimundo, Chief Information Officer of Cary, North Carolina, who is utilizing the latest advancements in technology to make Cary one of the most connected cities in America. Make sure to check out other episodes in this series featuring: Paul Winsper, VP of Athlete Performance at Under Armour and Natasha Franck, Founder and CEO of the startup EON.

    • 29 min

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