Written by Steve Habermas
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June 24, 2021
Written by Steve Habermas
Engineering products solving real-world business problems
My years in the navy were highly influential on the philosophy of innovation I’ve developed regarding engineering and product management in the IoT industry. In our age of digital transformation, miniaturization, and ever-improving cellular networks, it's tempting to get caught up in the hype of new technologies that may or may not solve problems.
Innovation valuing simplicity and reliability
Our R&D mission is to leverage the technologies that best solve our customers' problems—plain and simple. These problems might be the ones they have right now, problems they anticipate based on business trends, or problems they don't even know they have because their operations are out of date and unable to keep up with the competition.
How do you package and present a very complex, highly technical process in a way that makes it easy to install, use, and rely on to ensure your operations are compliant, efficient, and safe?
Making IoT solutions easy to deploy
A great innovation made even better
Steve Habermas has been Chief Technology Officer at SmartSense by Digi since July of 2020. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a BS in electrical engineering, Georgia Tech with an MS in electrical engineering, and UC Berkeley with an MBA. Steve began his career as a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy before transitioning to the commercial software product industry. If you have a question about this post, you can contact him at Steve.Habermas@digi.com.
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