While a student at UC Berkeley, I began playing with some of the world's first surface-micromachined MEMS acceleration sensors. Based on this research, I developed a tiny tracking device for computer gaming, and started Crossbow Technology to commercialize. For almost two decades, Crossbow (now Moog Crossbow) has been building new products that leverage sensing, navigation, and communication. Following sale of of Crossbow to Moog, co-founded Yabberz with my wife Melissa Horton to promote enjoyable civic discussion on news topics. Co-founded AtMaps with Professor Avideh Zakhor of UC Berkeley to develop indoor mapping and location solutions. I deeply enjoy company and team building, as well as a good round of golf.
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