Our speakers this month are Jeremy Conrad (Lemnos Labs, San Francisco), Kegan Schouwenburg (Sols, NYC), Jon Bruner (O'Reilly, NYC), Alexandros Marinos (Resin.io, United Kingdom) & Alex Yancher (Pantry Labs, San Francisco).
Some of the talks promise to be very educational in content. Jeremy will talk about MVPs; Kegan will focus on iterative/rapid development with 3D printing & generative design.
Jeremy Conrad, Lemnos Labs. Jeremy is the founding partner ofLemnos Labs, a hardware incubator based in San Francisco, which provides mentorship & resources to talented engineers with innovative ideas & a passion for making things. Lemnos has incubated early leaders in the space such as Airware, Sproutling & Momentum.
Kegan Schouwenburg, Sols. Kegan is the co-founder & CEO of Sols, a startup that will mass produce 3D printedorthotics. They are are developing all-in-one process to prescribe, generate & sell corrective orthoses at a fraction of the price & lead time currently available. Kegan was formerly Director of Industrial Engineering & Operations at Shapeways.
Jon Bruner, O'Reilly. Jon is a data journalist at O'Reilly andauthored "The Industrial Internet". He is also the co-chair of O'Reilly's upcoming hardware conference, Solid.Before coming to O'Reilly, where he is editor-at-large, he was data editor at Forbes Magazine.
Alex Yancher, Pantry Labs. Alex is the co-founder of Pantry Labs: "We wanted to bring fresh & healthy food & drinks to offices so we built a technology that allows us to do that at scale: Pantry. Pantry is an RFID enabled & touchpad-controlled refrigerated kiosk that is open 24-7. Our proprietary RFID technology creates an efficient inventory management system that informs us whenever a product has been purchased from the kiosk this allows us to have a hyper-efficient servicing of kiosks. This technology also creates an amazing user experience that involves simply the swipe of a credit card no self-checkout, no pressing buttons just open the glass door & take what youre craving."