Matrixspace To Present Smart Edge Sensing Solutions With Industry Leadership Team And Advisors
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Matrixspace To Present Smart Edge Sensing Solutions With Industry Leadership Team And Advisors

By CIOReview | Friday, August 19, 2022

MatrixSpace has successfully achieved $10.1 million in private investor investment, with commercial and government customers already in place, to address the next generation of AI-enabled sensing technologies.

FREMONT, CA: “Combining sensing, processing and communications with AI offers game-changing capabilities for both enterprise and government entities. We’re bringing small, affordable smart sensing and automated response to markets that have never considered it,” states Greg Waters, executive chair, MatrixSpace. MatrixSpace completes $10.1 million in private investor funding to address the next generation of AI-enabled sensing technologies, with commercial and government customers already in place.

Real-time edge-based sensing with artificial intelligence (AI) can detect and sense objects, motion, and direction in any given circumstance. MatrixSpaces' ability to combine industry-leading sensing, AI edge processing, and RF transmission in real-time represents a significant technological advancement with various vertical market applications.

“We’re proud to assemble a formidable team in our leadership, independent board members, and advisors to make this happen,” adds Waters.

MatrixSpace was established in late 2019 in Burlington, Massachusetts, with a leadership team from the RF, radar, artificial intelligence, and autonomous industries.

Greg Waters, co-founder and executive chair is a serial entrepreneur and investor specializing in the semiconductor and networking businesses. He is a Director at Cyxtera Technologies, onsemi, Sierra Wireless, and Mythic AI and was previously the President and Chief Executive Officer of Integrated Device Technology. He held executive positions at Skyworks Solutions, Agere Systems, and Texas Instruments.

Dr. Jos Martnez Lorenzo, co-founder and chief scientist is an associate professor at Northeastern University and a winner of an NSF Early CAREER Award for his 4D mm-Wave Compressive Sensing and Imaging work at One Thousand Volumetric Frames per Second. Matthew Kling is the vice president of autonomous systems, and Dan Nobbe is the vice president of RF and radar systems. Together, they own over 50 patents in mobile and RF communications.

David St. Jean, Senior Advisor at Centerview Partners, and Mark Twaalfhoven, CEO of Trexon, are independent board members. Rene Hass, the CEO of Arm, and Brian Modoff, the Founder and CEO of MC3 Ventures LLC, Advisory Partner at Summit Partners, and former EVP of Strategy, M&A, and Ventures at Qualcomm, serve as advisors.