Privacy is not a currency one should use to pay for services that improve their lives—and that’s just the fact of it. Good technologies are the ones that respect the individual’s dignity and right to anonymity; we deploy and build only the best.
We're on a mission to make the built environment people-aware.
Think about it: We live and work in houses and buildings that aren't aware of their inhabitants. As a result, we heat and cool spaces when no one is in them. We clean areas that haven't been used. We lease office space that we don't ever use. Our older population experience falls without anyone knowing.
There are solutions to these but they inevitably involve compromise in accuracy, cost and, especially, privacy. It need not be so.
Our vision is to enable smarter buildings and an increased quality of life by making spaces people-aware without compromising privacy. Making our offices, stores and homes responsive to people will lead to safer, healthier, richer experiences while reducing our carbon footprint.
Our founders, recently named Forbes 30 Under 30, spun us out of MIT in 2019. We use thermal sensors to accurately and anonymously capture insights on human presence and activity in space. We are building a 'people-first' culture that values innovation, humility, excellence, ownership and a get-it-done mentality.
Our technology was born in our own labs in San Francisco and Boston. All of our products are designed in-house giving our team total control over the performance of the system. Our extended network of colleagues, partners and collaborators in Europe and Asia work in all possible time zones towards building a truly global product.
We are a team of engineers, scientists, designers and architects — functional design is in our DNA.
We believe that no technology can change the world if it is not accessible by everyone. This is why we always strive to deliver products with beautiful, simple design that enable ease of use and create delightful experiences for everyone.