Abhas Kumar worked for Intel for five years. While at Intel, designed tools for next generation Xeon and other server grade processors. He is an accomplished engineer with multiple publications in his name in many reputed journals. He has also published multiple papers inside Intel regarding innovative tools for server validation. Has an in­depth knowledge of Android internals and has customized it for multiple platforms and multiple roles. Together with Akshay Mathur and Harish Chandra Singh designed and developed Remote Monitoring and Control System for solar based systems. Leveraging the telecommunication infrastructure in India, the system provided a single point monitoring and analysis utility to monitor and maintain the widely distributed solar systems of the client.

 

Akshay Mathur has worked with embedded systems and has experience with a wide range of microcontrollers and architecture. Working with Aurora .Integrated Systems, designed and developed Autopilot system, various other avionic and other mission critical systems like Ground Control System, etc. Gained experience at building robust and intelligent systems while meeting strict regulatory & practical domains. Since then has worked on Android based systems and has developed multiple systems and platforms utilizing Android. Together with Abhas Kumar and Harish Chandra Singh designed and developed Remote Monitoring and Control System for solar based systems. Leveraging the telecommunication infrastructure in India, the system provided a single point monitoring and analysis utility to monitor and maintain the widely distributed solar systems of the client.

 

Harish Chandra Singh has worked with Alstom as electrical (power and automatic control systems) engineer. He has designed both on high power infrastructure systems as well as backend and reliable embedded devices. Latest projects involve development of automatic train control systems for Metros. Together with Abhas Kumar and Akshay Mathur designed and developed Remote Monitoring and Control System for solar based systems. Leveraging the telecommunication infrastructure in India, the system provided a single point monitoring and analysis utility to monitor and maintain the widely distributed solar systems of the client.