Santa Clara, CA - May 4, 2017: Sensitel, Inc. announced it has joined
Prospect Silicon Valley as a Startup client bringing
its deep expertise in Big Data, Analytics, and the Internet of Things. Sensitel will be working with other startups at Prospect
Silicon Valley to use technology to make cities more livable and transportation more sustainable.
The company will be using the technology behind its core product, SENS and StaffCaster, to define, develop, and market
a solution called SENS City.
"We are very pleased to be selected by Prospect Silicon Valley and look forward to working with their team of experts to make a
difference," said Ray Sikka, Founder and CEO of Sensitel.
"We are excited to provide commercialization support to Sensitel as they begin to apply their advanced real-time analytics solutions
to the autonomous vehicles market," said Mike Harrigan, Senior Program Manager for Electric, Connected and Autonomous Vehicles,
Prospect Silicon Valley.
Active since 2013 and based in Santa Clara, California, the heart of Silicon Valley, Sensitel
is a leading provider of cloud-based
integrated Sensing, Monitoring, and Tracking services that enable intelligent decision making using internet of things and data analytics.
ProspectSV is a non-profit urbantech innovation hub focused on solutions for smarter, cleaner communities. The organization brings
together government, corporations and academia with start-ups, product teams and expert staff to accelerate innovations in transportation,
energy and the built environment. ProspectSV provides a full spectrum of commercialization support including market and technical insight,
and connections to partners, investors and pilot opportunities. In partnership with state and local governments, ProspectSV demonstrates
and scales leading edge solutions. With projects in over 50 cities, leveraging over $90 million in funding and financing, and with more
than 25 corporate sponsors, ProspectSV is the only organization with the ability to both prove and apply solutions for next generation
cities. For more information visit www.prospectsv.org.