Meet the Founder and CEO
Kinshuk “KB” Bardhan has been developing visionary technology for 20 years. A veteran of GE Energy, Verizon Wireless, Lucent Bell Labs, Bombardier(ABB Daimler Benz, AEG Westnighouse) and 3 startups in the Silicon Valley. KB has developed products spanning telematics, mobility, cloud technology, navigation, and data networking. He believes that repairing his car should be as easy as driving it, and that auto care professionals deserve a better way to connect with their customers. From his passion for technology and insight into how it can improve the vehicle service experience, Telenyze was born. He received MS degree in EE from Columbia University.
Check out Kinshuk Bardhan on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kinshukbardhan
Dr Subhankar Dhar
Dr. Dhar is a Professor in the School of Information Systems and Technology at San José State University. He is also an affiliate faculty member of the Center for Smart Technology, Computing, and Complex Systems (STCCS) and Silicon Valley Center for Entrepreneurship. Dr. Dhar’s research interests are data science, big data analytics, mobile and cloud computing as well as wireless networks and has over fifty scholarly publications to his credit. He teaches a variety of courses including computer networks, distributed systems and web based computing. He serves as a member of the editorial board of International Journal of Business Data Communications and Networking. He is an invited speaker at national and international conferences and workshops. He also served as a member of the organizing committee of various international conferences including IEEE Advanced Networks and Telecommunication Systems (ANTS), IEEE Smart World Congress, Workshop on Large Scale Complex Network Analysis among others. Recently, he also served as a co-chair of International Summit on Smart World and Smart Cities. He has several years of industrial experience in software development, consulting for Fortune 500 and high-tech industries including product planning, design, and information systems management. He received his Ph.D. in Mathematics from the University of South Florida, Tampa and is a member of IEEE.
Gordon serves as a consultant to Cisco focused on Internet of Things and Talent. From 2010-2016, Feller was the Director of Urban Innovation at Cisco Systems headquarters in Silicon Valley. Prior to joining Cisco, Feller was the CEO of Urban Age Institute, an international non-profit research and training organization which began inside the World Bank and spun off in 2001. For 30 years, Gordon has advised on economic and technology issues with leaders of multinational companies, cities, NGOs, foundations, and national governments. His clients have included The World Bank, UN, German and Canadian national governments, The Rockefeller Foundation, IBM, Reuters, Metropolis, United Cities & Local Governments, among others. He’s published hundreds of articles including in CFO Magazine, Urban Land Magazine, TIME, Financial Times. He was appointed as an Abe Fellow by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership. He received Bachelors and a Masters (cum laude) degree from Columbia University. At Columbia he served as a Lehman Fellow, a Wallach Fellow and a Dean’s Fellow. He serves as a Fellow at the Urban Sustainability Lab within the Smithsonian Institution’s Wilson Center. He is Co-Founder of Meeting of the Minds http://meetingoftheminds.org
Randy is the Dean of De Anza College and Head of Automotive Technology Department, De Anza College, Cupertino, CA. He worked as an Automotive Technician and Diagnostics Tool Applications Engineer for 25 years. He also worked as Chief Master Sergeant for USA Air Force Reserve. He received Master’s Degree in Education with a focus in Professional Technical Education. Randy is the Vice President and Director of Work Force Development for Green Transportation Work Force Development.
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Radio Interview: http://www.siliconvalleystartupsradio.com/ (aired on Nov. 27, 2016 at 1:30pm)