Digital strategist-Consumer Licensing Pro-Mobile APP & Content Specialist-Seasoned Entrepreneur in the Aviation, Travel, Mobile content and Device and technology industries.
Mr. German prides himself as a Data Scientist, diving into Deep Data, Machine Learning, Internet of Things and Cluster Analytics. He is diverse in SQL and in Python. Mr. German also is in the middle of combining Voice Recognition practices and Arrays within Artificial Intelligence and programming algorithms for the first Voice Recognition Travel Guide.
Mr. German has over 20 years’ of experience in Aviation, Travel, Entertainment Marketing, Digital Strategy, Mobile Strategy, and in Consumer entertainment Licensing. He is also an Idea and Consumer Naming Consultant. Presently, he is a Futurist helping major companies with what their existing products will look like within a three year window. He also started a successful Food Cart Business in Thailand named “The Fat Banana” to help needy Thai families to develop into successful entrepreneurs.
He has founded five successful businesses and has taken two companies through an IPO. He has licensed many consumer products, invented mobile games, developed mobile apps, written three screen plays and one book. At this moment, he is working on a new book called “The Halo Affect”, a Da Vinci Code resembling mystery covering the “Lost Years of Christ.”
After Graduating from a Big Twelve University, in the early eighties he began his career instead of working for a major business conglomerate; he opted out of that career and managed to get hired as a flight attendant for a major airline. He was 70 out of 10,000 hopefuls to be hired. He credits that hiring from being a life guard in college. He flew all over the world and the planes became his second knowledge system.
In the late 80’s, he was hired as the National Promotions Director for Movies USA, a 1 million Circulation advertisement driven publication distributed in movie’s theaters. The Magazine was sold in 1992 to E Television.
In 1993, he and a team of engineers came up with a way to transform, decode, and compress analog video to a LAN using 10BaseT and regurgitate it into digital video, a key technology that was called “Video on Demand” and later called streaming video to the Internet. He later worked at getting this digital technology into the seat backs of major airlines around the globe, into newsrooms across the world and into cruise ship cabins.
While participating in national promotions within the feature film industry, he became involved with product placement opportunities and national promotions tie-ins with most of the major film studios. Utilizing this experience, he started projects with social media and tying these programs into the Smart phone industry by starting location based services for marketing and advertising purposes. He later used his experiences to license 3D mobile games of internationally distributed feature films.
In 1997, he dove into the Internet space and started sTupid PC, the first PC manufactured to sell a sub $1000 PC that included the monitor and delivery of the product to the door. It also included free instruction. He later took this company public.
In 1999, he started CoolMan, the first home controlled voice recognition all-in-one computer system using voice and touch screen to self-automate the home and office. From that product, “Ginger” the first Tablet PC with touch screen apps was born.
Also, in 1999 he started AgeSpan, a senior portal concentrating on the senior citizen marketplace and training seniors with today’s technology; in 2000, he sold 90% of the company.
In 2002-2008, as a Mobile Licensing Specialist and Strategist, he has licensed many products and top brands.
He licensed these major brands for 3D mobile games, Mobile apps and Mobile awareness campaigns for various Mobile Carrier groups in the Caribbean and Southeast Asia. He has been involved with Mobile Device designs by designing the first dual mobile phone allowing facetime functionality.
In 2008, he was instrumental in putting together the first Internet device into an automobile with Orion Entertainment Systems. Now it is the norm. His first contracts were with General Motors.
Today Mr. German is involved again at launching a worldwide phenomenon called ORBTT™ an Orion Travel Technologies, product. OTT is the holding company based out of Honolulu Hawaii. He patented The First Mobile Luggage Advertising Billboard called ORBTT™. He also patented 10 Digital Mobile Travel platforms that will be launching in 2017. He also is pivotal in designing the first smart set of luggage with retractable wheels for under $300 USD.
At this time Mr. German is launching the Spandex Sleevee™’, which allows travelers to put on a spandex sleeve that acts as a mobile advertising billboard. It is placed onto their existing luggage. All participants travel with it through airports across the world. Each participating traveler automatically receives major discounts and freebees while they travel. Partners do not pay for advertising, they just giveaway their food and merchandise for free. On participating airlines, the airlines will pay for baggage fees, seat fees and most participants will receive free alcoholic beverages and sandwiches when they fly.
Mr. German is releasing the first Artificial Intelligent platform featuring hands-free voice recognition specifically programmed to an individual traveler. This machine learning, deep learning program is an emotion consciousness algorithms that is connected to each traveler giving that specific traveler their own Ai travel guide. Everything concerning the platform is centered on that traveler’s personality and psychic ability. This futuristic Ai Travel Guide is called “Airmon.” Airmon is not static or command learned driven like Suri, Echo, Or Google Home. It is based on the personality of the Traveler.