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Pete Tenereillo

Pete Tenereillo
CEO, Trapster.com

Website | @trapster

Pete Tenereillo is founder and CEO of Trapster.com. Trapster is world’s largest and most active driver’s social network. It allows drivers to share in real time the location of not only police enforcement points and cameras, but accidents, traffic jams, and other roadway hazards. Trapster is the #1 most downloaded navigation application on most smartphones.

Prior to Trapster, Pete was co-inventor/developer of Cisco’s infamous PIX Firewall, the first server load balancer, and other related technology. He is an inventor of record on 12 US patents.

Sessions

Mobile
Location: Ballroom IV Level: Intermediate
Pete Tenereillo (Trapster.com), Trent Cross (California Highway Patrol), Marc Kleinmaier (Nokia), Michael Sheha (TeleCommunication Systems)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 2 ratings)
The most controversial issue regarding mobile location-based services is their use on mobile phones in cars. In this panel, Pete Tenereillo, CEO of Trapster will bring together officials and product manufacturers to talk about some of the efforts, both on the legal side and the technology side, to make things safer and to debate what should be done. Read more.