Brianna Scully is the Customer Experience Manager at Spatial. She works on the company’s business team and meets with Spatial users and enterprise customers all over the world. Brianna has worked at three AR/VR startups (Spatial, Meta, & IrisVR) that have all focused on virtual collaboration for workplace productivity. Brianna has a deep passion for AR & VR that stems back to her summer internships and undergraduate focus on AR and society. Her passion for the rapidly evolving technology continues to this day, especially as Spatial pushes the boundaries to redefine what it means to meet in a virtual world.
Niko Chauls is a media technologist responsible for XR Product Partnerships at Verizon. His team is responsible for new product innovation targeting consumers and businesses at the nexus of XR and 5G. At the USA Today Network, he led their Emerging Technology division, which focused on immersive and experiential journalism through virtual and augmented reality in partnership with Google, Oculus, HTC and Samsung. Prior to that he ran MSN and Bing Video at Microsoft. He is passionate about advancing the art and craft of storytelling, keeping chickens and small-batch bourbon.
Noelle Tassey is currently the CEO of Alley. She has spent almost a decade working to scale growth-stage technology businesses, and launching new ventures. She also advises and invests in a variety of early-stage companies, and she is committed to building a more equal future through technology. Under her leadership, Alley has been named to Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies and Inc. Best Places to Work.
Verizon's 5G Labs works with startups, academia and enterprise teams to build a 5G-powered world. We work on 5G trials, hackathons, industry partnerships, prototyping challenges and more.
We can accomplish anything, but we need the right tools and we need each other. Yet, most tools aren’t designed for how we naturally think, and our coworkers are spread all over the world. Spatial breaks through these limitations, transforming work from how it is, to how it should be. In the process, teams grow closer, think bigger, and accomplish things faster. To push the world forward, we need to spend more time thinking and less time traveling. And to execute the next big idea, we’ll need more space to think than a laptop or phone screen can provide.