Dr. Agi Selected Alumnus of Month: Drives IoT Forward

Chosen by UNM Department Chair Christos Christodoulou for his work in driving IoT solutions into transportation and smart cities

ALBUQUERQUE, NM, JANUARY 22, 2016 – SensorComm Technologies, Inc. (the “Company” or “SensorComm”) is pleased to announce their President and CEO, Dr. Kamil Agi, has been chosen by UNM Department Chair Christos Christodoulou as the ECE Department’s Alumnus of the Month for his work in driving IoT solutions into transportation and smart cities.

Dr. Agi earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from NYU-Poly (Formerly Polytechnic University) in 1990 and 1992, respectively. He earned his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Mexico in 1997.

Dr. Agi was chosen Alumnis of the Month by UNM Department Chair Christos Christodoulou for his work in driving IoT solutions into transportation and smart cities.

As Chairman of SensorComm Technologies Inc., Dr. Agi identified IP and negotiated license for the world’s most sensitive NOx emission sensors to commercialize for the automotive and industrial markets.

He is President/CEO of K&A Wireless in Albuquerque, NM where his firm is creating next generation IoT-based emissions solutions that combine smart sensors, measurement and monitoring for the Transportation and Smart City Segments.

In 1998, he founded K&A Wireless to provide advanced technology solutions for firefighting, law enforcement and military. K&A’s wireless technology roadmap for first-responders has helped save thousands of lives.

Dr. Agi’s prior assignments include Research Engineer at the CHTM at UNM working on the DARPA HIDE Program, and a Consultant at MIT Lincoln Laboratory working on Ultra-WideBand Photonic Crystals.

He is a member of the Sensors and Instrumentation Technical Advisory Committee (SITAC) for the Department of Commerce in Washington, DC and has been a PI and a regular reviewer in the NSF SBIR program.

Dr. Agi serves on the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) Technical Committee on Electronic Safety Equipment where he is engaged in the management of the PASS Alarm and Thermal Imager standard and the development of the mobile radio standard for first-responders.

Additional information will be made available in future news releases.

Contact: SensorComm Technologies, Inc. (USA) |
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About SensorComm Technologies: SensorComm’s IoT-based (Internet-of-Things) mobile pollution monitoring system (Wi-NOx™) captures the real-time pollution footprint of vehicles by monitoring NOx emissions at the point of origin (vehicle tailpipe) where pollution enters the environment.

Vehicle emissions data generates a significant amount of information providing key business intelligence. The Wi-NOx™ system identifies specific polluting vehicles, measures the amount of pollution coming from each vehicle, and delivers operational efficiencies to transportation managers that include fuel savings, predictive maintenance and performance optimization.

Source: SensorComm Technologies, Inc.

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