Prescient Devices was founded to empower enterprises with IoT
We have strong roots in IoT and design automation. As early as 2011, we built an IoT integration company that has deployed 500,000+ devices to date. We realized that, for those customers who need IoT solutions to evolve hand-in-hand with their business needs, IoT design customization must happen from within. This is the problem we are solving today -- removing the technology complexity of IoT design integration projects through graphical programming, distributed system automation, and advanced security technologies.
Andy Wang, Ph.D.
Founder | Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Andy Wang is a technologist and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience. He co-founded GTI IoT Technology, where he led the company as Chief Technology Officer. Andy helped grow GTI from a 2-person founding team to a profitable company with 150+ employees. GTI focused on low-power wireless IoT systems for industrial and smart-city applications, and it has deployed hundreds of thousands of IoT devices to date. Andy graduated with a Ph.D. degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Pablo Acosta-Serafini, Ph.D.
Dr. Pablo Acosta is a senior technologist whose extensive and comprehensive experience includes challenging high-speed mixed-signal IC design, signal processing algorithms, EDA tool development, and authoring industry standards. Pablo’s multi-million-dollar products have been used in a broad range of sectors, such as consumer, professional video, and networking. Pablo received a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has published several papers in peer-reviewed journals and is the principal inventor in four patents.
Director of Software Development
Ashish Yadav leads the full-stack development of Prescient’s IoT design automation platform. He has extensive experience in distributed IoT systems, applications, and various software and hardware technologies and holds an MS in electrical engineering and computer science from the University of California, Merced.
Charles Sodini, Ph.D.
Dr. Charles Sodini is the LeBel Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Charlie is an IEEE fellow and an expert in microelectronics, integrated circuits and systems, and medical electronic devices. He is a co-founder of SMaL Camera Technologies and has served on a variety of industry boards. Most recently, Charlie founded and leads the Medical Electronic Device Realization Center (MEDRC), which works to establish a partnership among the microelectronic industry, the medical device industry, medical professionals, and MIT.
Kush Gulati, Ph.D.
Dr. Kush Gulati is the co-founder, president, and CEO of Omni Design Technologies, which is a developer of disruptive, ultra-low power semiconductor embedded circuits. Prior to Omni, Kush was the co-founder, president, and CEO of Cambridge Analog Technologies, and led to its acquisition by Maxim Integrated. Kush also helped co-found Engim and was an executive at Bitwave Semiconductor. Kush graduated with a Ph.D. degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Doug Levin is a business leader, technologist, and serial entrepreneur. He is the sole founder and first CEO of Black Duck Software. Earlier in his career Doug held senior management positions at Microsoft Corporation over a nine-year period. Today he is an Executive-in-Residence (XIR) at the Harvard Business School and mentor for the MIT Sandbox Innovation Fund and MIT Venture Mentoring Service. Doug also serves on the Board of Directors of several technology companies and as an advisor to an array of young companies in the IoT, cybersecurity and AI/machine learning segments.