With one ear to the market, Sebastian gathers requirements from integrators as well as other potential customers and translates them together with our development team into features for our open IoT platform.
Balázs worked for several years in an international management consultancy with a focus on strategy and innovation. At Security & Safety Things he concentrates on the company structure and strategic topics.
Cecília is (currently) the youngster at Security and Safety Things but has already gained a lot of experience in tech start-ups. After an internship, she now rocks our social channels as Marketing & Community Manager.
After studying business administration, Martina worked as a management assistant in the event sector, where she gained international experience. As a team & HR assistant she supports our teams and ensures smooth operations.
As a developer, David works on the intersection between user front-end and the full stack of Security and Safety Things platform for integrators. What he loves most about Security and Safety Things is how the startup spirit meets highly professional structures and processes.
As HR Business Partner Christin brings together people from different disciplines and nations at Security and Safety Things. Her goal is to create a real community with a unique spirit, more than just another start-up.
Zhu came to Germany from China eight years ago to study industrial design in Munich. He then worked for an IoT start-up. As a UX Designer, he now shapes the Customer Experience at Security and Safety Things.
As VP Strategy & Venture Architecture, Felicitas and her team develop the strategy and new business models for Security and Safety Things and build up the entrepreneurial structures, that are necessary to launch and scale the business. She strives for a corporate culture in which every employee can optimally develop his or her strengths and abilities.
Jasenko works as a software engineer on our marketplace for apps that will make security cameras really smart. Here he talks about the special spirit at Security and Safety Things that fascinated him from the beginning.
Jan Sönnichsen is a product manager with extensive experience in the field of Industrial IoT. The industrial engineer works at the link between product management and product ownership. He explains what triggers him professionally and what are the most interesting challenges developing an app ecosystem in the area of computer vision and machine learning.
How IoT is reshaping the future of video surveillance
Smartphones are the prototype of devices in the IoT. Security cameras will soon play a similar role for safety and security. In this article you will learn how new technologies and applications change the game in this industry.
Start-ups shaping Face, Gesture & Object Recognition for smart cameras
The recognition of faces and human gestures with computer vision technology is mostly used for security in public spaces and buildings, banks or airports. In sports and entertainment, gesture recognition helps to monitor crowds and detect critical situations in time.