In episode 2 of the Let’s Connect! Podcast, Stuart Gavurin & Carson McDonald of OpSense join us to talk about what Real-Time really means in IoT, how real-time continuous monitoring works in the field, and what kind of outcomes users and implementers should expect.
Stu Gavurin is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of OpSense. His career includes serving in roles as an engineer, consultant and executive at technology-oriented consulting and outsourcing businesses with particular emphasis in business strategy, infrastructure technology outsourcing and systems integration. Currently, he is the CEO of both OpSense, and its parent company Mission Data. Prior to joining Mission Data in 2007, was a partner at Ernst & Young and a vice president with Unisys Corporation. At Ernst & Young for sixteen years, he served as a leader in the firm’s distributed computing and infrastructure consulting practice before serving as the Chief Operating Officer of the North American IT consulting organization.
Carson McDonald is the Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of OpSense. Previously he served as a Principal Engineer and Vice President of Service Innovation where he led the company’s R&D efforts building competencies in IoT and mobile solutions. He is the chief architect of the company’s mobile video platform product which was used to create award-winning products such as Bravo’s Top Chef University offering that has had nearly 300,000 subscribers. Prior to OpSense, he worked as an engineer at Mission Data, IBM Global Systems, and Perot Systems.
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About OpSense: OpSense is an IoT platform built for food safety and quality monitoring for retail and foodservice industries. OpSense allows businesses to be compliant with governmental regulations and helps prevent inventory loss, improve refrigeration efficiency, and improve employee productivity. The company takes a consultative approach, getting to know its customers and their business process. They work to make things simple, minimize the time spent touching the solution and providing support when needed. Follow OpSense on Twitter!