• ESRI
  • Google
  • Nokia
  • Yahoo! Inc.
  • AND Automotive Navigation Data
  • earthmine
  • First American Spatial Solutions
  • NAVTEQ
  • Waze
  • Google
  • NAVTEQ

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Anthony  Fassero

Anthony Fassero
co-CEO, earthmine, inc

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As founder and co-CEO, Anthony leads earthmine’s business development, sales and marketing activities in the United States and abroad. Anthony holds a degree from the University of California, Berkeley and is the co-inventor of earthmine’s core technology. Anthony has also represented the company at numerous conferences, including presentations at Demo, Where 2.0, and SPAR.

Sessions

General
Location: Regency Ballroom
Anthony Fassero (earthmine, inc)
Average rating: ***..
(3.27, 15 ratings)
Wild Style City transforms the urban environment into a canvas that anyone can modify with a palette of interactive geo-tagging tools. It is a virtual world built on top of 3D street level imagery and annotated by users, creating a unique artistic sub-culture based on real urban environments. Read more.
General
Location: Regency Ballroom
Raven Zachary (raven.me), Mok Oh (Where Inc.), Will Carter (Nodesnoop Labs), Ori Inbar (Ogmento), Anthony Fassero (earthmine, inc)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 7 ratings)
Mobile devices with location-based services and always-on data services are making it easier to bridge the virtual and physical worlds into a single, shared space. What was once a distant vision of augmented reality is starting to take shape on a new class of smartphones, including the Apple iPhone and Google Android. This session covers today's offerings that merge physical and virtual spaces. Read more.