Krishna Ramchandran, Co-Founder of UberSense, presents as part of Startup Alley, which aims to look inside Boston's thriving innovation district."
Gary Arlen is President of Arlen Communications Inc., a Bethesda, Maryland, research and consulting firm known for its insights into the converging and sometimes conflicting worlds of media, telecommunications and interactive program content.
For nearly 20 years, Gary has accurately analyzed the emergence of new media, forecasting the evolution of customer-controlled video and data services. Gary has published future-looking periodicals and consults for clients seeking strategic and business guidance to enter these new markets and is known for his insights into the development of applications, especially interactive content for Internet, two-way TV and other emerging systems.
Among his specialties is what he calls "inter-species" breeding to integrate different types of services on new hybrid platforms. Gary's outlooks are published in industry journals, and his commentary is widely sought in the business and consumer press.
Krishna is the founder of Ubersense, a startup that offers easy-to-use video coaching and motion analysis software for smart phones including the highly popular swingreader application. Krishna holds a PhD in computer science and has worked in various R&D roles in companies such as Citrix Online, Bell Labs and Microsoft Research. Krishna's area of expertise include computer networking, mobile computing and SaaS architecture. Krishna holds a PhD and Masters in Computer Networking from University of California, Santa Barbara and Bachelors in Engineering from the University of Pune and Pune Institute of Computer Technology. He was a 2011 Fellow in the Startup Leadership Program in Boston. He has been a radio jockey for KCSB 91.9 FMs India Show.