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Elizabeth Grossenbacher

Sr Product Marketing Manager | Twilio

Elizabeth is a product marketer who gets excited about using IoT for positive human impact. Currently, she is a Sr Product Marketing Manager for Twilio IoT. Prior to Twilio, Elizabeth launched dozens of products and programs at various high tech organizations, consulted for Fortune 500 companies at Gartner, and served as an IoT subject matter expert for GTM strategy projects. Heavily involved in the IoT space, she can be found speaking at IoT conferences and volunteering with the Wireless Communications Alliance. Elizabeth holds a BA, in Psychology, a BA in Design, and an MBA from UC Davis.

Elizabeth's Sessions

On-Demand

Available to start watching on September 29

Using IoT to Reduce the Risk of COVID-19 in Public Spaces

With masks tightly secured around our faces anytime we leave the house, we can physically feel the change in our daily routines as a result of COVID-19. It’s hard to imagine going back to work, dining-in at restaurants, or stepping foot into shopping malls. Thankfully, IoT builders have started the hard work of using a network of sensors to make thriving in a COVID world possible. In this session, we’ll discuss how one company, Freespace, uses IoT to identify areas of risk within buildings, and how you can apply some key lessons to your applications.

Paid (All-Access)
Developers and Engineers
Product Managers
Technical Leaders
Best Practices
Industry Trends
Use Case
Intro (101)
IoT
Customer Story
Digital Transformation Use Case
The New Normal
Internet of Things
On Demand
Talk - 15 min