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Igniting Location AI


The age of the Internet of Things (IoT) is upon us. The challenges and opportunities we now face is how to manage tens of billions of devices and garner real insights from the data they generate. Real insights, however, are increasingly shaped by important contexts such as location, proximity, time, environment, content, and additional data layers. This presentation will take you through the HERE Open Location Platform, a collaborative platform for access to, and the exchange of, rich location intelligence for next generation IoT products and services.  

Embedded within the Open Location Platform are key applications generated by Machine Learning, Deep Learning and advanced algorithms. You will see how HERE’s capabilities and expertise in mapping, location analytics and AI enhances the ability for users across the IoT fabric to make informed decisions that lead to better and faster outcomes.


Rajeev Rajan Vice President, IoT Business Solutions Rajeev leads the IoT Solutions & Engineering group at HERE. He drives a broad range of customer-centric solution and service opportunities for various Industry segments, built on location intelligence. Rajeev has a track record in bringing disruptive innovations to market and creating winning teams. His background spans Consumer and Enterprise products and solutions across various verticals, including Semiconductors, Devices, Wireless 3G/4G/LTE/5G, Mobile, Software, Cloud & Data Centers, Location Services, Healthcare, Automotive, and IoT. Prior to HERE, Rajeev led the IoT and Automotive segments, along with Marketing and C-level messaging at GLOBALFOUNDRIES. And before, he was at QUALCOMM where he held several engineering, product, marketing, and strategy roles. He is the Co-founder, CTO and Product Leader of the 2net™ Digital Health startup, and subsequent $MM Healthcare business – Qualcomm Life Inc. He holds 50+ patents and is a co-author of the book “Wireless Health: Remaking of Medicine by Pervasive Technologies”.