Scott Andersen

Scott Andersen is the managing partner and Chief Technology Officer of Creative Technology & Innovation. During his 25+ years in the technology industry Scott has followed many technology trends down the rabbit hole. From early adopter to last person selecting a technology Scott has been on all sides. Today he loves spending time on his boat, with his family and backing many Kickstarter and Indiegogo projects.
Driverless Cars

The Overall Implementation of Driverless Cars

By Scott Andersen | March 21, 2019

The Implementation of Driverless Cars When is the last time that another driver cut you off? Is that the only use case for driverless cars on our roads? No, it isn’t, but as you sit there at your computer reading

5G Network Market

The 5G Market Impact and Evolution

By Scott Andersen | February 15, 2019

The 5G Market Impact One of the things I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about is the reality of 5G and the impact it is going to have on the market. However, it isn’t going to hit handsets until

Exciting Potential of the AI Drones

The Exciting Potential of the AI Drones of Tomorrow

By Scott Andersen | April 18, 2018

Exciting Potential of the AI Drones If you look at the ground from above, you won’t see the contour lines of a map from the U.S. Geological Service. You will see the trees, ground, dirt and other plant life. If

network edge

Advanced IoT Implementations of Tomorrow – What Is Edge Computing?

By Scott Andersen | March 6, 2018

What Is Edge Computing? The rise of IoT (the Internet of Things) has led to a renewed focus on Edge computing. Edge is a computing infrastructure that exists at the edge of the network—at or on the actual sources of

The Future of Drone Tech

By Scott Andersen | February 27, 2018

The Future of Drone Tech There are three interesting concepts in the drone world of today; The first is the GPS based follow me, a connection between the controller used and the drone. The drone can “follow” the GPS signal

The Need For Cloud Experts

Cloud Migrations And The Need For Experts

By Scott Andersen | January 23, 2018

Need For Cloud Experts One of the things that worries me about organizations considering migration into the cloud is the reality of experts. Cloud experts are important as you move to implementing your solution in the cloud, but they aren’t

AR Virtual

I Draw The Line At Chasing After Augmented Reality Creatures With My Phone

By Scott Andersen | December 13, 2017

When Reality Sets In If I sat down for a moment to classify myself as a technologist,  it wouldn’t be as someone frolicking in the field chasing Pokemon. I do not currently own, nor have I ever owned a Poké

Why does the concept of airspace matter in the drone world?

By Scott Andersen | November 23, 2017

The Airspace Drone World Recently I was invited to continue a discussion started last year. The conversation was a roundtable of now High School Seniors. All of them participate in the technology program of a Maryland School District. The originally

The Future Impact of Drone Technology

By Scott Andersen | October 16, 2017

Impact of Drone Technology I spend a lot of time thinking about the impact of drones. Not the impact that occurs when you crash your drone. I have done that twice now, and frankly, it is painful and expensive. Every

The Drone Explosion

The Drone Explosion Continues To Provide Unique Options

By Scott Andersen | September 11, 2017

The Drone Explosion One of the things I have posted about often here on CloudTweaks is the ever growing world of drones. There are legal requirements now for how, where and when you fly your drone. The FAA has a

CIA Internet Of Things

The Evolution of the IoT Broker

By Scott Andersen | August 3, 2017

The IoT Broker The concept of a cloud broker has changed and we now instead call it the Hybrid Cloud. Where the customer, partner or the organization we are a part of has multiple cloud solutions deployed, and the goal

SCRaaS Screen as a Service

(SCRaaS) Screen as a Service and the Potential Possibilities

By Scott Andersen | July 17, 2017

SCRaaS Screen as a Service Excuse me; I need to duck into this telephone booth and turn into Spreadsheet (non-gender specific hero) Person! One of the concepts that I have considered, published and pursued in the past four years is