Akuacom has over a decade of experience implementing end to end enterprise control systems for Energy Management and Building Control.
Clay began his career developing real-time processing software for high volume transaction systems at Teknekron in Berkeley, then worked on robotic control applications at Telemecanique in France. At Navteq he led the team that invented the first step-by-step route guidance system in North America. Clay founded Kivera, where as CEO he led them to deploy the first wireless Location Based System application in the United States, and enabled the Internet Triptik for AAA. Clay received his BA in Physics from UC Berkeley.
Ed was Co-Founder and CTO of Coactive Networks where he led all of Coactive's engineering efforts and established architecture and technical directions. Before that, he managed the Automotive Systems Department of Navteq, where he led development of the first Route Guidance Systems, which are widely deployed today. He has 20 years experience and holds several patents in the areas of Distributed Control, Automation, Vehicle Guidance, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Embedded Systems. Mr. Koch has led standardization efforts for the Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems and Consumer Electronics Associations.
Dan is the chief architect of the Akuacom Demand Response Automation Server (DRAS). Prior to Akuacom, Dan was Co-founder and Vice President of Product Development of Coactive Networks where he guided the implementation of Coactive's products and was instrumental in transitioning Coactive's gateway products into high volume production. He was also the project manager of Coactive's major residential deployments. Mr. Hennage has an extensive background in product development including Building Control, Machine Control, and Vehicle Route Guidance Systems.