Teslonix, a major innovator in Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity and management solutions, is pleased to announce that Thorsten Heins, an accomplished technology business executive and investor, has joined its Board of Directors.
“Teslonix novel wireless system architecture combining innovative RF capabilities with real-time localization capability extends the internet reach to all kind of ‘things’ while linking them to the Cloud,” said Thorsten Heins. “This disruptive innovation will change the way business is done in IoT/RFID and wireless sensor applications in such markets as retail, healthcare, logistics, cold chain, supply chain and others. I am excited to help Teslonix become a commercial success.”
“We are very happy to have attracted such an experienced technology business executive as Thorsten Heins,” stated Dr. C. Paul Slaby, CEO and Founder of Teslonix. “He joins the Board as Teslonix prepares for the launch of its commercial IoT Connectivity System products later this year. Thorsten’s experience and guidance will be invaluable during this important phase of the company growth.”
About Thorsten Heins
Thorsten Heins is a global business leader with over 30 years experience and expertise in wireless networks, consumer electronics devices, applications and enterprise solutions. He served as President and CEO of BlackBerry Ltd. from 2012 to 2013 after 5 successful years as SVP of BlackBerry handheld business unit. Prior to BlackBerry (RIM), Thorsten was with Siemens AG serving as an executive of various divisions in the communications group. He later took on the role of CTO and became a member of the Board of the Siemens Communications Group.
Teslonix develops ground-breaking IoT connectivity solutions that create Smart Spaces by providing total area coverage to autonomously monitor and manage objects and devices in real-time within a given space. Fully autonomous and easy to install, the Teslonix device connectivity platform not only reduces the cost of required infrastructure by a factor of 5 but also increases accuracy and efficiency through reduction of human elements. The system is perfect for inventory monitoring, asset tracking or wireless sensor network management and provides valuable actionable information in real-time.