Bitreactive originated from research at the Institute for Telematics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology where the predecessor of Reactive Blocks was developed. The visual development environment Reactive Blocks is today our main advantage over competitors when developing solutions.
Our experienced team in combination with our unique development tools enables us to develop custom tailored solutions very efficiently. Our experience reaches from low-level communication protocols to cloud integrations with a focus on the development of de-centralised gateway solutions including edge-analytics.
Jone S. Rasmussen, General Manager
Serial Entrepreneur in university spin-offs. Formerly with Verdande Technology as a founder and CEO. Verdande Technology is the first provider of real-time Case-Based Reasoning technology for oil & gas, financial services, and healthcare organizations. Ten+ years of working experience within high tech start ups including research based tech-transfer and business development consulting for early stage growth companies. Education in Engineering Cybernetics and Entrepreneurship from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
After his studies of aerospace engineering at the University of Stuttgart he embarked on a doctoral degree in computer aided engineering. He lead a team of researchers in an industry-driven project at the Department of Computer Integrated Design of the Technical University of Darmstadt. After his move to Norway he worked as a researcher for Marintek, SINTEF, developing computer aided engineering solutions. Now he is contributing his expertise in engineering processes, software development, and micro-electronics to our team at Bitreactive.
Frank Alexander Kraemer, Inventor of Reactive Blocks
Main inventor of the Reactive Blocks technology and developer of the core technology platform for the company. Frank studied electrical engineering and information technology at the University of Stuttgart and holds a doctoral degree in Telematics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Frank also holds a position as an associate professor at NTNU.
Technical sales at Bitreactive since 2012 and is constantly involved in new IoT ideas. She has a strong relationships with many IoT businesses ranging from small IoT startups to major global players. Anne studied electrical engineering at The University of Colorado, Boulder and holds a doctoral degree in telematics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Ole received his Master of Science in Computer Science and Engineering Cybernetics from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim. He contributes long and wide experience with machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) systems. Ole also has extensive knowledge about large scale distributed systems.
Kathrin has worked as system architect for Bitreactive since 2013 developing prototypes, workshops and projects. Her current focus area is assisted living. She holds a Master of Science in computer science from the Technical University in Ilmenau, Germany. Kathrin has worked in signal processing research projects before moving to Norway in 2006. There she has collected experience as developer and architect within maritime safety systems and the Internet of Things (IoT).
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