The DNA of IoT: Delivering Real ROI for Smart Parking and Intelligent Building Applications
IoT is changing the way people live, work and think and there is lots of talk about how it is impacting cities and businesses across Canada and globally. IoT as a concept is great. Sensor up everything, and get the data from wherever you are collecting it into your application software so better decisions can be made. The reality isn’t quite so simple though. There are many different use cases, each with their own unique requirements. To truly leverage the value of IoT and deliver real ROI, it’s necessary to provide complete solutions that are optimized for the entire IoT solution, including the hardware Devices, the Network connectivity and the Application software. In other words, the DNA of IoT. For market applications like Smart Parking and Intelligent Buildings, requiring battery operated devices and low total cost of ownership, LoRaWAN™ based solutions are a great option
In addition to his role as President and CEO of eleven-x Inc. heading Canada’s leading full-service low power IoT solution provider, Dan is an active member of Canada’s innovation ecosystem. He is a member of the Board of Directors and Advisory Board for multiple for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Dan has held senior positions at IBM, Celestica, and MOSAID Semiconductor. Additionally, he has founded several technology start-ups in Ottawa and Waterloo.
With over 30 years of experience building and leading technology businesses, Dan has led teams and organizations ranging from start-ups to multi-nationals that have created more than $1B in shareholder value. Dan holds a Bachelor of Engineering, Electrical Engineering from McMaster University and an MBA from York University.