Emily Law, Michael Amori, Eduardo Siman, Jonathan Fay and Shayna Skolnik discuss a view from the industry and tech transfer during the "Virtual and Augmented Reality for Space Science and Exploration" symposium at the Keck Institute for Space Studies on January 30, 2018.
Emily Law is a Deputy Program Manager, Data Systems and Technology, ay JPL. For over 20 years, Emily has provided leadership and management in the architecture, development, technology and operations of highly distributed data intensive systems for planetary exploration and earth science.
Michael Amori is a co-founder and the CEO of Virtualitics, a Caltech-JPL startup on the intersection of data visualization, analysis, and Virtual/Augmented reality.
Eduardo Siman is the Director of Information Technology at Intradeco Apparel, a leading apparel manufacturer. In this role, he is in charge of all strategic IT initiatives across the enterprise, including: data visualization, business intelligence, software development, cybersecurity, and cloud migration.
Jonathan Fay is a principal software engineer on Microsoft HoloLens and the architect of the WorldWide Telescope at the American Astronomical Society. He was Lead Developer for Microsoft Image Composer and other imaging products at Microsoft.
Shayna Skolnik is co-founder, CEO, and creative mastermind of Navteca, a technology company headquartered in Greenbelt, Maryland. Navteca's core focus is creating practical applications based on new and emerging technology, such as cloud and virtual reality (VR).