Newswire: Tek Talk meets 5/21/18 at 8pm Eastern featuring Greg Stilson of Aira
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NEWSWIRE: MONDAY, May 21, 2018 - 5 PM Pacific, 8 PM Eastern - in the Pat Price Tek Talk Training Room, www.accessibleworld.org
Tek Talk welcomes Greg Stilson, Director of Product management to speak to usabout Aira, a young but innovative company.
Aira is a relatively young company in our industry. They just celebrated their third birthday this past January and continue to create innovative ways to enhance accessibility. Today we are joined by Greg Stilson, Aira’s director of product management to talk about Aira the company, its upcoming Horizon Smart Glasses, and some exciting things to look forward to.
Presenter: Greg Stilson
Director of product management
Aira: Instant access to visual information when and where you need it www.aira.io
Co-Chair, Larry Gassman
Co-Chair: Alan Lemly
Date: Monday, May 21, 2018
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