Delegate Profile

Jonathan Josephson

Job TitleCTO, Founder

Company NameQuantum Interface


Founder and Chief Technology Officer at Quantum Interface spearheading development and design of the company’s motion-based UIX software, IP and technology. These revolutionary advancements are the first major change in the Human Interaction since the GUI, and is the first time both the user’s intent and the object response is predictive, in real time.  This enables the engagement of the fastest part of the brain, and creates experiences beyond what we ever imagined, changing the way we learn, interact, and handle content and technology. His Company is considered by many to have the best vision of technology and the Human experience to come.

He has more than 30 years of experience in system design, enterprise uses and creating technology innovations for government, contracting, home construction, the Internet of Things (IoT), mobile, wearables, Extended Reality (XR), medical and connected automobiles. Raised in the contracting industry, he learned how to build from the ground up, and then regulated the industry as a State Code Enforcement Officer and liaison with the FBI, CIA and Homeland Security, as well as the creator of City divisions and programs, training systems, and is one of 5 architects for the Enterprise system for City of Austin Services.

Combing real-world uses and systems with cutting edge technology and understanding of how the brain and body works, he loves working on today's solutions for disabilities, training, and understanding at the highest levels, and his love has always been in finding new solutions that improve lives.

Conference Sessions

  • Measure Twice - Cut Once: How VR & Generative Design Supports Zero Waste Building

    May 07, 2019, 03:00 PM - 03:50 PM, N115

    Jonathan is a dynamic personality passionate about sharing how new technologies support the pre-purchase and design of structures. VR/MR provide the ability to ...

    • Language: English


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