Ryan DiebelFounder & Chief Brain
Before founding Building Brains, Ryan worked in IT support for Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company through Maintech and Trustwave.
Ryan has a BS in Business Administration from the University of Colorado at Boulder where he studied Entrepreneurship, Information Systems, International Business and Finance. He studied overseas on the Semester-at-Sea program based out of the University of Pittsburgh where he sailed around the world visiting 12 countries.
Brijesh KamaniOperations Brain
Executive leader with having varied experience of working in Product Engineering, Software Development, Embedded System Development with multiple industries such as Automotive, Consumer Electronics, Aerospace, Healthcare, IoT, Wearable, Industry Automation, Defense and Semiconductor. Ability to comprehend and communicate complex technical and business issues at multiple levels. Track record in research, development, business, operation, program and project management. Managed full Product Engineering cycle starting from concept to manufacturing which includes research, development, marketing, sales, business planning, mass production and market strategy. Worked with all type of engineering services including Embedded Hardware, Firmware, FPGA, ASIC, IT Technology, Avionics, QA & EMS for many MNC’s/Industries. Worked for many fortune 500 companies for end to end product development.
Dave DanielEmbedded Brain
Dave Daniel has worked in the enterprise storage industry for twenty-five years, with Storage Technology, Sun Microsystems and Oracle America. He has over thirty years experience designing and implementing embedded hardware and software. Dave attended Bucknell University and the Florida Institute of Technology, studying electrical engineering and physics.
Dave lives near Lyons, Colorado and is a member of the Board of Directors with the Lyons Fire Protection District. He enjoys experimenting with ham radio, repairing vintage test equipment and woodworking.
A message from our CEO
The more that I studied and learned about the current state of the “smart home” industry, the more I realized that the majority of the current "smart home" systems were not that smart. I realized that there was a long way to go for these systems to truly make a home "smart". We realized that there are many opportunities and various ways that we could build more brains into these buildings and homes so as to bring more benefits and usefulness to their inhabitants. So we decided to embark upon a journey to develop more smarts to bring to this so called "smart home" industry.Ryan Diebel