Clement Driscoll is the founder and principal of C.J. Driscoll & Associates. Mr. Driscoll has over twenty years of experience in the fields of wireless location, navigation, and mobile communications. He directed the marketing of Teletrac’s fleet vehicle location service and Magnavox’s GPS navigation and satellite communication products. In 1994, Mr. Driscoll authored the Survey of Location Systems to Support Wireless 911, which served as a basis for the FCC’s wireless E911 rulemaking requiring accurate location of wireless 911 callers.
Clem Driscoll is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and has an MBA from St. John’s University. He is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of GPS World magazine and has served on Advisory Boards of a number of leading industry suppliers. He has written numerous articles on telematics and LBS for leading industry publications including GPS World, RCR, Telematics Update, Automotive Fleet, Inside GNSS, and Mission Critical Magazine. He is a noted authority on GPS-based products and services and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences. Mr. Driscoll has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, the L.A. Times, the Washington Post, USA Today, and well as in many leading industry trade publications.
Regina DeCoster is a mobile resource management (MRM) systems and mobile data industry veteran and regular collaborator and contributor to CJ Driscoll & Associates research and consulting projects. Ms. DeCoster has deep experience and insight across the mobile data value chain in the areas of product development, vertical market expansion, and partner ecosystem creation.
Ms. DeCoster was a founding member of the wireless business solutions team at Nextel Communications (now Sprint), where she developed and launched an innovative, first-to-market product portfolio, and built a partner network to aggressively expand market share, and drive wireless data adoption and subscriber revenue for the company’s $1.6B transportation & distribution vertical. She has held senior product strategy and business development positions with the global satellite data services provider ORBCOMM, the M2M and wireless solutions provider Sierra Wireless America, and the transportation technology advocacy group, the Intelligent Transportation Society of America.