Best Firstthingsfirst podcasts we could find (Updated September 2019)
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Learn tactics and strategies you need to become an expert at raising money and building a high-performance fundraising program. There are Interviews with industry experts, as well as dozens of practical tactics you can apply immediately to raise more money, improve your program's effectiveness, and inspire you about the art of fundraising.
 
Join host and a First Things First Champion for Young Children recipient, Marissa Calderón as she captures the journey of educators and advocates alike by highlighting their work through interviews and candid conversations, including best practices in the early education field. A practical listen and brain nugget for the early education practitioner, child advocate, parent and community alike.
 
You found it! Here are the IoT war stories you’ve always wanted to hear. The engaging, enlightening, and downright embarrassing stories of IoT implementations from IoT experts around the world. We get them to share what worked, what didn't, and what was flat-out embarrassing as they soldiered on to a successful IoT implementation. Whether you’re an executive interested in the ways that IoT applications can improve your bottom line or an engineer currently working on - or planning to start - ...
 
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This is it! All good things must come to an end. Listen to the First Things First series wrap-up as we highlight IoT stories from some of our favorite guests. The FTF team is very grateful for all the support and we hope that you enjoyed our show. Even though the podcast is ending, we’re happy to keep the conversation going via our different so ...…
 
Millions of new LPWA devices will require their own data plans, just like your cellphone. How can these all be managed at once? Telit IoT expert Alon Segal discusses exactly what features enterprises should expect from their connectivity provider in order to manage these devices.
 
LPWA cellular technologies will enable enterprises to connect hundreds of thousands or millions of devices in a low-cost and efficient manner. But with millions of new devices comes millions of new potentially vulnerable endpoints. Telit IoT expert Alon Segal discusses why pre-provisioned and customized cellular IoT modules at the point of manu ...…
 
Telit IoT expert Martino Turcato tell us what an intelligent module is, and why it is the next natural step for the cellular IoT industry and its customers.
 
In the world of virtual SIMs, onboarding can be accomplished in a completely digital, zero-touch manner. Telit IoT expert Martino Turcato discusses the implications of such potentially simple IoT operations.By Chris Carpentier.
 
As of 2019, 5G networks are already functioning in select locales. Telit IoT Expert Martino Turcato explores the surprising link between 4G LPWA networks and 5G networks, and how LPWA fits into a 5G strategy that may start deploying a few years from now.By Chris Carpentier.
 
The creation of the Firstnet public-safety dedicated LTE cellular network is certainly a step in the right direction in terms of giving emergency responders the communication priority they need to do their jobs well. Telit IoT expert Ken Bednasz discusses some innovative FirstNet enabled drone control technologies that require FAA approval befo ...…
 
The 3G sunset will affect millions of IoT devices. Obviously, 3G devices themselves will cease to communicate – but did you know, in some cases, 4G devices may be affected too? Telit IoT expert Ken Bednasz talks about how 4G devices released before the advent of Voice Over LTE (VoLTE) will lose their voice communication capabilities.…
 
Since its inception, cellular IoT deployments have had to adapt to life on cellular-phone specialized 2G, 3G, and early-generation 4G networks. All that has changed with the deployment of the 4G low-power wide-area (LPWA) networks of Cat-M and Cat-NB. Longer battery life, efficient and safe IoT communication, and more; Telit IoT expert Ken Bedn ...…
 
While cellular IoT modules might share a similar metallic cover and look, that doesn’t mean they’re all the same. Inside is a complicated network of hardware and software enabling the ‘frontline’ of your enterprise – whether that in a smart home, in a smart agriculture sensor, or smart fleet. Listen to Telit IoT Expert Ken Bednasz explain when ...…
 
Already an expert in the development of medical software and devices, Italian company Meteda to expand its horizons to a completely unrelated industry to make a positive addition to an important industry in the hearts and minds of the residents of its coastal hometown of San Benedetto del Tronto: sailing. Using their preexisting expertise in de ...…
 
Episode 51 of the podcast with host Marissa Calderón and guest, Diana Brown Certified Instructor from Conscious Discipline. Diana shares a bit of her background as a classroom teacher and how she began to train for Dr. Becky Baileys, Conscious Discipline philosophy. Conscious Discipline is a "Transformational Social-Emotional Learning and Class ...…
 
Episode 50 marks a milestone of the podcast! Join host, Marissa chat with the Executive Director of the Arizona Educational Foundation, Kim Graham. Kim shares all of the resources and mentorship programs and initiatives available for incoming teachers and seasoned educators overall. AEF believes that "amazing things happen in schools every day. ...…
 
Episode 49 is with the newly elected Superintendent of Arizona's Department of Education, Kathy Hoffman. With her historic electoral win, Marissa and Kathy discuss some of the past campaign rhetoric and the current legislative progress for education she's helped with. We get some additional information on the current education policy focus and ...…
 
Episode 48, host Marissa Calderón chats with Denisse Hernandez de Ortiz, Senior Program Manager for United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona. United Way of Tucson has an array of services including an Early Childhood Component and grant initiatives for the region. Denisse is not only a parent of a Kindergartner but her background in supporting ...…
 
Cellular LP-WAN and 5G tech are the tipping point for accessible Enterprise IoT at scale. Are you ready to harness this for your own organization’s digital transformation? Listen to Telit IoT Expert Alon Segal discuss enterprise knowledge gaps, deployment problems, and ultimately the true solution for IoT-at-Scale: the Edge. Visit the FirstThin ...…
 
Marc gives us insight into developing the IoT Barcelona and Munich communities. We talk to Marc about some of the patterns he has seen across the years. What IoT Startups are successful? What technologies are they looking for? Why do investors choose one startup over another in his competitions? Visit the FirstThingsFirst episode page for show ...…
 
How does GNSS differ from GPS? What new regional and worldwide GNSS constellations must we plan for? What the future for GNSS? Georgia Frousiakis, VP of GNSS R&D for Telit discusses the impact of GNSS on IoT in the past, present, and future; and talk about the latest exciting use cases. If you’ve ever wanted to learn about location technologies ...…
 
Episode 47 is the first of a series of Kindergarten Readiness Tips and Insight episodes! Joined by Sierra Vista Unified School District in Arizona, Kindergarten Teacher, Julie Decuir. Podcast host, Marissa and Julie chat about the true skills future kindergartners need vs what some parents may think their child needs to master for school. Julie ...…
 
Over nearly a 30 year-long career, Ed Kuzemchak has established himself as one of the foremost experts in the realm of embedded software design. Starting as a software engineer at Raytheon Missile systems, Ed established himself as Chief Software Architect at Texas instruments, where he developed new graphical debugger interfaces and integrated ...…
 
With the advent of quick fabrication technologies like 3D printing, small batch production, laser cutting and engraving, affordable CNC machines, and more… the creative mind truly can be unleashed in electronic design labs. Oli tells us his story of funding Plymouth College of Art’s innovative Digital Fabrication youth educational program. Visi ...…
 
Episode 46 is with a very special guest. Podcast host, Marissa chats with her own daughter, Salma, who is a High School Senior. Salma shares her confessions about her destain feelings on homework packets, math and other high school frustrations. She can't wait for graduation and shares her plans for the future. A connection with Early Childhood ...…
 
The world of Financial Technology (Fintech) might be just as complicated as IoT. Just like IoT has multiple sensor, connection, and data analysis providers that push companies to look for “One Stop, One Shop” providers or software platforms, Fintech is ripe for standardization and platformization of the industry. Today our guest Brandon Selfors ...…
 
We hear Arturo’s nuanced view on the boat industry, and why growing industry standardizations have paved the way for affordable IoT solutions for boat owners. There’s AirBnB for homes, Uber for Cars….And now Boatrax for boats, the second or third most expensive asset one might own. Visit the First Things First episode page for show notes and more!…
 
Episode 45 is with Kristen L. Orton! Kristen is a Kindergarten teacher at Vernon Elementary School in Vernon Arizona. Vernon is a very rural community in Apache County, in the White Mountains area of Northern Arizona. She was recently hired last year to teach Kindergarten and if she wasn't busy enough finishing her Masters, she had the vision t ...…
 
We dish out the interesting dual-nature of R9 technology – an IoT design house diversifying into its own scalable, productized cellular gateways - by taking a deep dive into their latest cold chain industry work with Nestlé® Toll House® Café by Chip® franchise concept, as operated by Crest Foods, Inc. Visit the FirstThingsFirst episode page for ...…
 
Episode 44 with Arizona Educational Foundations 2019 Teacher of the Year, Kareem Neal and three of the four Ambassadors for Excellence, Jonathan Perrone, Sheri Loyd and Lee Ann Howell sit down with host, Marissa Calderón. The interview took place at the Highway 85 Creative podcast studio in Peoria Arizona and they chat about their journey in re ...…
 
Episode 43 with Tina Martin from Southwest Human Development, Services for Children with Disabilities. Tina has been with Southwest Human Development since 1997 and is now the Assistant Director for this department. She provides us with her story on how she came across the Early Intervention field as well as a tour of the Birth to Five ADAPT Sh ...…
 
What good are your appeal letters if no one reads them? In this podcast, learn what makes create content and how to increase the response rates of the appeals you send out -- especially your yearend holiday appeals.By Tom Iselin.
 
For the last First Things First episode of the 2018 season, I put together some of the best lessons learned from our guests this year. Hear from Dima Tokar of MachNation, Pierce Owen of ABI Research, Dan Lockney of NASA, Kim Lauridsen Hansen of TrapMe, Salvatore Castro of SAP, Shehryar Wahid of Agile, Ed Freyfogle of OpenCage, Jeffrey Schab of ...…
 
Episode 42 is with comic book artist and creator of Jetpulse Comics, Led Bradshaw. Led is also dad to his 8 year old son, Jake who is on the autism spectrum and the inspiration of his phenomenal comic book hero Jake Jetpulse. In this conversation with host, Marissa Calderón, they discuss parenting, how his son Jake created the initial character ...…
 
As Seth Godin said, there’s a tribe for everything. And one of the strongest, yet relatively unknown, tribes might be the #geomob. In this episode of First Things First, I sit down with Ed Freyfogle, founder of OpenCage Data, a tech company offering an API Geocoder that easily converts coordinates to and from places. Visit the FirstThingsFirst ...…
 
Episode 41 with host Marissa Calderón reflecting on an upcoming blog post, soon to be released on the Mexican art of Alebrijes. She provides some guides on how to connect students interest authentically while incorporating 21st Century Skills in the classroom. For the full blog post on lesson guides for Alebrijes & 21st Century Skills in the Ea ...…
 
This week on First Things First, I have an insightful chat with ABI Research’s Pierce Owen, a Principal Analyst at the leading analyst firm specializing in transformative technologies across multiple end markets. With no topic untouched, we talk more about his specialty of smart manufacturing – from Industrial IoT, to AR, to robotics, and every ...…
 
In this episode of First Things First, I sit down with Dr. Hillel Rubinstein of Desert Mars Analog Ramon Station, or D-MARS, an analog mission center created to test how humans may be able to survive on the red planet. We discuss his mission to help better prepare – and educate – humans for their first steps on a planet other than our own. In p ...…
 
Ep. 40 with Ana Arbel from Arizona's Southwest Human Development, Birth to Five Helpline. Ana talks about the toll-free hotline for parents of children birth to five, describing it as having a professional friend... who is well-informed and trained in all things Child Development and keeps your conversation confidential! The hotline is toll-fre ...…
 
This week on First Things First, I sit down to chat with Denny Suber, the founder of Robotics Within Reach, an industrial automation engineering company that specializes in Fanuc robot programming and training. Denny shares a few stories from customers who learned important lessons about robotics and IoT.…
 
This week on First Things First, I sit down to chat with Shehryar Wahid, the Chief Technology Officer of Agile Interoperable Solutions (AIS). Agile’s CORE mobile communications hub helps emergency responders and other mission critical organizations stay connected in situations where communication can mean the difference between life and death. ...…
 
12 minutes. Listen Podcast host Erin Brinker interviews Tom on her show called: On The Brink! KCAA 102.3 FM, 106.5 FM, and 1050 AM in the Inland Empire-East LA. Tom provide straight-talk answers to a handful of Erin's poignant questions about things like nonprofit overhead, wasteful spending, marketing, and more.…
 
Ep. 39 is with Marissa Flores from the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Community, Education Division's Early Childhood department. Marissa is a parent educator and Home Visiting Specialist, serving families on the FMYN. Host, Marissa Calderón chats with Marissa Flores about her role on the nation, living with her 8 siblings, being raised by her mo ...…
 
This week on First Things First, I sit down to chat with Dan Lockney, the Technology Transfer Program Executive at NASA to talk about one of the most important reasons why the US Government chooses to invest so much in the space program: the technological advancements that are passed down to the civilian sector. From aluminum alloys, to Japanes ...…
 
In this episode of First Things First, I chat with Mark Easley from Texas Instruments to talk about the TI University program. We explore the latest university topics to come up in ioT, why a singular organization can’t ‘own’ everything in IoT, and the value of self-paced learning opportunities. Visit the FirstThingsFirst episode page for show ...…
 
Episode 38 with Legislative District 30 Arizona Candidate, Raquel Terán chats with host and past colleague, Marissa. Raquel shares her foundation in early education when she first started years ago in the classroom, then to roles in the early childhood sector and now at Planned Parenthood in Arizona. As a wife, a mom of a toddler and now a loca ...…
 
In this episode of First Things First, I chat with Jakob Blomberg of Blink Services about a unique LoRa project you wouldn’t normally find synonymous with low-power, wide-area networks – cameras! Equipped with MultiTech-designed (and Telit cellular module backhauled) LoRaWAN bay stations, Jakob lets us in on the development process of a camera- ...…
 
What any IoT implementer can learn from some the most expensive manufacturing in the world. Stuart Perry gives us the story behind why the semiconductor is always the first to innovate with IoT – and why those same competitive and market forces will necessitate IoT-enabled digital transformation in every single industry – including your own. Un ...…
 
Episode 37 is in celebration of a fellow Latina Educator for Hispanic & Latin American Heritage Month, Erika Argueta. Erika is a Bilingual Arizona Department of Education Early Childhood Unit's Program Specialist for Yuma, La Paz and Mohave County, and a bit of Maricopa County too! Erika talks about the work that the Early Childhood Unit does, ...…
 
John tells us a story about a multi-national household brand that wants to build a commercial-grade connected water filtration system – enabled by the IoT. But all the data they’d like to collect is clogging up the system, making it too costly to run the IoT solution! This billion dollar conglomerate turns to a partner organization, which provi ...…
 
Ken brings us a story about one of Telit’s customers that works in the telematics and tracking industry. As the marketplace transitions from 2G and 3G to 4G LTE, this company has to make some important decisions about their IoT solution, keeping hardware and software needs in mind. Ken shares his experience working with this customer and descri ...…
 
Ep. 36 host Marissa Calderón has a conversation with Jessica Hipskind, a newly found foster care mom to her young 7 year old sister after a tragic death occurs in their family. Get ready to be inspired, meet a new hero, and grab some tissue for some possible tears too! Excerpt: "Take your whole family to the special needs classes...so that your ...…
 
A real-life Fortune 100 machine builder seeks increased IT/OT integration of the factory floor to collect more detailed data; and makes sure to avoid some road bumps along the way! Whether your running IoT on a factory floor or a kitchen floor, Salvatore shares key insights on how to keep your stakeholders happy. SAP is leading the way when it ...…
 
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