2016 Startups

Cloudastructure

Cloud-based access control

Cloudastructure gives enterprises cloud control of their physical infrastructure. By combining access control, video surveillance, temperature, noise, and numerous additional sensors onto one platform, Cloudastructure offers security, scalability, and ease of workflow. Cloudastructure has deployed over 500 units to more than 50 customers across numerous industries, including education, utilities, and manufacturing.

The Cloudastructure Team

Cloudastructure was founded by Rick Bentley and Glenn Forrester, who have been working on connected devices since 1998. Early in his career, Rick founded Televoke (now deCarta), which was acquired by Uber. He later worked with Andy Grove building connected medical devices for Parkinson’s disease. As VP of R&D at Intoximeters, Glenn was responsible for developing evidential breath testing equipment, and holds several patents in that field. Glenn later founded Coral Software, which was acquired by Apple. Rick holds a bachelor of arts degree in physics and master of science degree in engineering, both from UC Berkeley. Glenn holds a bachelor of arts degree in visual and environmental studies from Harvard University.

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By combining access control, video surveillance, temperature, noise, and numerous additional sensors onto one platform, Cloudastructure offers security, scalability, and ease of workflow.

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