The term Internet of Things (IOT) was proposed by Kevin Ashton in 2009 and refers to uniquely identifiable objects and their virtual representations in an internet-like structure. Cisco CEO John Chambers says the Internet of Things market is poised to reach $19 trillion in the next couple of years. Ram Krishnan and Arvind Padmanabhan are two engineering veterans who have their feet firmly in the space and have started up WiSense to realize the potential of IOT in India.

Ram has 17 years of embedded product development experience and has worked with Cisco and TI with extensive experience in low power wireless mesh networking, developing energy constrained systems and power line communications. Arvind is a National University of Singapore alumnus with 15 years of experience in various wireless technologies. WiSense, short for wireless sensing, was started by the two in August 2013. “Our aim is to provide the software and the hardware required to prototype IOT related products/solutions. The IOT revolution is here but it is not accessible,” says Ram.

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