Isaac Naor

SVP & Chief Technology Officer

Ping Mobile

A disruptive technologist, designer and entrepreneur, Isaac Naor innovates with one end goal: to challenge crucial limitations in the industries that impact us most.

After a decade of leadership in mobile marketing, Naor has established himself as a pioneering voice in health care tech and the biometric sensory space. His work focuses on the underlying issues in current electronic medical record systems and the integration of biometric sensory hardware and software.

Naor is Chief Technology Officer at OPUS Telehealth, where the technologist leads a team developing FDA-approved biometric sensory products that aim to optimize the healthcare experience for patients and doctors. Guided by his multifaceted background, Naor ensures these mixed hardware and software products reflect the principles of intuitive design, simple and delightful user experiences, and the fundamentals of effective mobile advertising. He is acclaimed for bringing tried-and-true paradigms and a fresh perspective to industries that historically lack innovation.

Concurrently, Naor continues to be a recognized leader in the mobile advertising industry. As Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at Ping Mobile, Naor expanded the salability and efficiency of mobile marketing platforms and services for clients including Fortune 1000s. Naor’s notable projects included hyperlocal mobile rich-media campaigns that doubled interaction rates; text message-based CRM platforms that allowed tier-one mobile carriers and their SMB clients to connect with audiences on both personal and scalable terms; and an industry-first 3D mobile app and user interface that evolved into the framework of a touch-optimized operating system.

Naor has become a key player in Downtown Las Vegas’ growing tech scene. Before relocating to Las Vegas, he spent more than a decade immersed in Venice Beach’s community of tech innovators.


November 20, 2013


3.9 Million and the IOE

1 min read

If I told you there’s something all around us that, if connected, could significantly help reduce our dependency on fossil fuels, reduce pollution on a massive scale, reduce the amount of time we spend in our cars, make entire cities smarter and contribute to an overall improvement of peoples’ physical and mental health all at […]

November 1, 2013


Can the IoE Revolutionize Alternative Medicine?

2 min read

The other week I found myself chatting with a fellow healthcare (and Cisco) enthusiast on Twitter about alternative medicine and I experienced an Aha! moment – alternative medicine may soon have an entirely new face if it’s driven by consumer adoption of advanced (and in many cases, currently available) technologies. Let me explain. I recently wrote […]

October 2, 2013


Is the Future of Mobility a Disappearing Act?

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As a mobile expert and thought leader, I’m frequently asked about what the next big thing in mobility will be, and my answer often surprises inquirers – mobile’s future is a disappearing act. When most people think about the future of mobility, they think of larger, possibly flexible mobile screens, thinner and lighter designs, and […]

August 21, 2013


Is Affordable Healthcare Worth The Cost?

2 min read

Most everyone has heard the phrase, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch,” a phrase referencing the fact that everything has a cost and if you’re not paying for it, someone else is. In the US today, the largest age group in our population is comprised of Baby Boomers (people born between 1946 & […]

July 22, 2013


Connecting The Unconnected: What If We Have It All Wrong?

2 min read

The internet of everything (IoE) is about connecting the previously unconnected. When most people think about creating these connections, they think about doing so by adding sensory technology to inanimate objects, thereby making objects “smarter.” What if we have this paradigm all wrong? What if the approach shouldn’t be about adding sensory technology to inanimate […]

July 3, 2013


The Balance Between Technology and Humanity is Fueling Technology’s Popularity

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We are living in arguably the most exciting time in human history, and I’m mesmerized by how fast our world is evolving thanks to brilliant technologies and the sheer volume of inanimate objects that are connecting to the internet on a daily basis, forming the internet of everything (IoE). As much as it seems everything […]