Advanced remote monitoring and diagnostics solution for the Internet of Things
SensorHound™ is an early stage startup company founded in November 2012 by leading computer science researchers. Our company’s technology is based on patent-pending, award-winning research done by two PhDs over ten years at Purdue University. Our technology was awarded the prestigious National Science Foundation’s small business innovation research (SBIR) Phase I award in 2014.
Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer
Matthew Tan Creti
Co-founder & Chief Technology Officer
Co-founder & Chief Science Officer
Software Engineering Intern
Visual Communication Design Intern
Keywords: Alchemist Accelerator, entrepreneurship.
SensorHound™ is pleased to announce that we have been selected to join the Alchemist Accelerator class in fall 2014. Based out of San Francisco, the Alchemist Accelerator is a highly competitive, venture-backed initiative focused on accelerating the development of enterprise startups. Alchemist was recently supercharged with funding from Cisco Systems to launch its first six-month accelerator program to support Internet of everything startups. They have the most sought-after advisor faculty, guest lecturers, venture capitalists, and Fortune 100 customers as resources. We are very excited to be a part of the Alchemist accelerator, which VentureBeat named the 2013 Accelerator of the Year.
Keywords: Founder.org, entrepreneurship.
SensorHound™ is proud to announce that we have been selected to join the Founder.org class of 2015. We are one of the top 50 companies chosen out of thousands of applicants from top universities across the world. Founder.org is a non-profit investor working with colleges, universities, and research institutes around the world to advance entrepreneurship. They are a team of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs who have built billion dollar companies. We are thrilled to be among this elite group of companies and are looking forward to adopt the Founder.org’s unique company building approach.
Keywords: Award, Purdue, business.
SensorHound™ participated in the 27th annual Burton D. Morgan Business Plan Competition and won $3,750 as a 4th place finalist in the Gold Division. This Purdue competition started in 1987 with an endowment gift from the Burton D. Morgan Foundation. It is one of the longest running business plan competitions in the nation.
Keywords: Award, National Science Foundation, grant.
SensorHound™ was awarded $150,000 SBIR Phase I grant from the National Science Foundation, scheduled for January 1 through June 30. SensorHound is developing software products and services that reduce the cost of developing and operating Internet of Things. We have developed laboratory-tested prototypes, and the NSF SBIR grant will help us create commercial prototypes of the flagship product, adding new features to the original research. We hope to have commercial prototypes created by mid-2014.