Usman Haque is one of the most influential figures in the world of Internet of Things (IoT). After studying architecture in London, Usman founded Pachube (now known as Xively), a pioneering IoT platform that went on to be acquired by LogMeIn and later by Google for $50 million.
On this episode of the Startup Exits Podcast, we chat with Usman about:
• Merging the world of architecture with tech
• Pioneering the early days of IoT
• Why should sensors talk to each other?
• Helping the Fukushima cleanup
• Current state of IoT
• Security concerns in an IoT world
Usman Haque is now the founding member of Umbrellium.
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