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by:KJTDQ     2020-05-21
WATERLOO —
When you walk through your home, you leave an invisible wake up, just like a canoe glides on a calm pond.
Now, most homes are filled with radio waves from laptops, routers, mobile phones and other electronic products.
These waves are invisible to the naked eye, but a Waterloo company has developed software that can \"see\" The ripples in the signal and use this information to improve security and improve health monitoring, improve your comfort at home.
\"If you go back to 2000, your house is almost dark --
There\'s almost no radio frequency there, \"said Taj Manku.
Founder and CEO of cognitive systems
However, the surge in personal electronics over the past 20 years means that our families are now filled with these waves.
Cognitive software can be installed on an internet router that is still in the factory, or it can be patched wirelessly to a device that is already in your home, and any device connected to that router-
Your TV, smart thermostat, smart light bulb or voice-
Activate devices such as Alexa-
A motion sensor.
If there is any movement near the device, the system will send you an alarm on the phone.
The security app is obvious, says Manku, because it can be activated when you know your home should be empty.
But it\'s not just a monitoring device.
The system, known as WiFi Motion, is sensitive enough to measure breathing or other small movements in the room and can be used to monitor the breathing of a person while sleeping.
If an older family member does not move for a period of time, it can also remind you.
Finally, programmed AI and machine learning allow WiFi Motion to learn to turn on the heating or air conditioning before you get home from work, turn it off when you leave, or adjust the lighting for the whole day.
The technology can even ignore the movement of pets and fans to avoid false alarms.
The company has 37 patents on its books and another 140 are pending.
\"The way pets move is very different from humans, so we filter it out,\" Manku said . \".
The company recently received $7. 3-
As part of $41, the federal government has provided millions of dollars of support
The region has invested millions in quantum computing and artificial intelligence machine learning.
Cognitive is within the quantum valley investment company jointly launched by BlackBerry
Founder Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin were on Westmount Road near the north end of Waterloo in 2013.
Quantum Valley investment also received $20 million in federal funding to help fund the Quantum Valley Creative Lab, a non-profit charity
Related products and business.
Five years ago, the first 30 employees of the cognitive company were BlackBerry\'s chip development team.
Manku and his colleagues
Founder Oleksiy Kravets met with Lazaridis and Fregin shortly after being fired from BlackBerry in 2014 and set up their company by the end of the year.
They are now a team of 38 people, includingop students.
The company will use federal funds to hire more employees, grow the business, and improve the accuracy of the system to detect smaller gestures.
It initially built its own hardware monitoring equipment for the home, but it learned that it can grow faster by developing software solutions and licensing them to other companies.
\"We basically did it to make it easy for people to get, which allows our company to have scale,\" Manku said . \".
\"We are growing almost exponentially because there are so many devices.
\"The popularity of smart home devices has led to an increase in privacy issues such as concerns that Amazon Alexa or Echo is listening to private conversations.
That\'s why cognition chooses a system that doesn\'t use live video, instead searches for motion in an invisible radio wave spectrum and sends you a discreet alert.
\"We always talk about and solve these problems because we know that these things are important to people,\" Manku said . \".
Customers can always control the time of use of the device and can program to deactivate the device while someone is at home.
The software is not yet open to the public, but cognitive has signed agreements with a number of security and communications companies, including Stanley Security, Plume, a wireless router provider, and Qualcomm, a multinational telecom company.
It is up to the service provider to decide what to charge the customer.
Some will include monthly usage fees on monthly bills, while others will be available free of charge to make their products different from their competitors. \"They\'re . . .
Providing services to retain or acquire new customers;
Or let customers enjoy a higher level of service . \"
Jjackson @ therecord
@ JamesDEJ jjackson @ therecord.
Twitter: @ JamesDEJWATERLOO-
When you walk through your home, you leave an invisible wake up, just like a canoe glides on a calm pond.
Now, most homes are filled with radio waves from laptops, routers, mobile phones and other electronic products.
These waves are invisible to the naked eye, but a Waterloo company has developed software that can \"see\" The ripples in the signal and use this information to improve security and improve health monitoring, improve your comfort at home.
\"If you go back to 2000, your house is almost dark --
There\'s almost no radio frequency there, \"said Taj Manku.
Founder and CEO of cognitive systems
However, the surge in personal electronics over the past 20 years means that our families are now filled with these waves.
Cognitive software can be installed on an internet router that is still in the factory, or it can be patched wirelessly to a device that is already in your home, and any device connected to that router-
Your TV, smart thermostat, smart light bulb or voice-
Activate devices such as Alexa-
A motion sensor.
If there is any movement near the device, the system will send you an alarm on the phone.
The security app is obvious, says Manku, because it can be activated when you know your home should be empty.
But it\'s not just a monitoring device.
The system, known as WiFi Motion, is sensitive enough to measure breathing or other small movements in the room and can be used to monitor the breathing of a person while sleeping.
If an older family member does not move for a period of time, it can also remind you.
Finally, programmed AI and machine learning allow WiFi Motion to learn to turn on the heating or air conditioning before you get home from work, turn it off when you leave, or adjust the lighting for the whole day.
The technology can even ignore the movement of pets and fans to avoid false alarms.
The company has 37 patents on its books and another 140 are pending.
\"The way pets move is very different from humans, so we filter it out,\" Manku said . \".
The company recently received $7. 3-
As part of $41, the federal government has provided millions of dollars of support
The region has invested millions in quantum computing and artificial intelligence machine learning.
Cognitive is within the quantum valley investment company jointly launched by BlackBerry
Founder Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin were on Westmount Road near the north end of Waterloo in 2013.
Quantum Valley investment also received $20 million in federal funding to help fund the Quantum Valley Creative Lab, a non-profit charity
Related products and business.
Five years ago, the first 30 employees of the cognitive company were BlackBerry\'s chip development team.
Manku and his colleagues
Founder Oleksiy Kravets met with Lazaridis and Fregin shortly after being fired from BlackBerry in 2014 and set up their company by the end of the year.
They are now a team of 38 people, includingop students.
The company will use federal funds to hire more employees, grow the business, and improve the accuracy of the system to detect smaller gestures.
It initially built its own hardware monitoring equipment for the home, but it learned that it can grow faster by developing software solutions and licensing them to other companies.
\"We basically did it to make it easy for people to get, which allows our company to have scale,\" Manku said . \".
\"We are growing almost exponentially because there are so many devices.
\"The popularity of smart home devices has led to an increase in privacy issues such as concerns that Amazon Alexa or Echo is listening to private conversations.
That\'s why cognition chooses a system that doesn\'t use live video, instead searches for motion in an invisible radio wave spectrum and sends you a discreet alert.
\"We always talk about and solve these problems because we know that these things are important to people,\" Manku said . \".
Customers can always control the time of use of the device and can program to deactivate the device while someone is at home.
The software is not yet open to the public, but cognitive has signed agreements with a number of security and communications companies, including Stanley Security, Plume, a wireless router provider, and Qualcomm, a multinational telecom company.
It is up to the service provider to decide what to charge the customer.
Some will include monthly usage fees on monthly bills, while others will be available free of charge to make their products different from their competitors. \"They\'re . . .
Providing services to retain or acquire new customers;
Or let customers enjoy a higher level of service . \"
Jjackson @ therecord
@ JamesDEJ jjackson @ therecord.
Twitter: @ JamesDEJWATERLOO-
When you walk through your home, you leave an invisible wake up, just like a canoe glides on a calm pond.
Now, most homes are filled with radio waves from laptops, routers, mobile phones and other electronic products.
These waves are invisible to the naked eye, but a Waterloo company has developed software that can \"see\" The ripples in the signal and use this information to improve security and improve health monitoring, improve your comfort at home.
\"If you go back to 2000, your house is almost dark --
There\'s almost no radio frequency there, \"said Taj Manku.
Founder and CEO of cognitive systems
However, the surge in personal electronics over the past 20 years means that our families are now filled with these waves.
Cognitive software can be installed on an internet router that is still in the factory, or it can be patched wirelessly to a device that is already in your home, and any device connected to that router-
Your TV, smart thermostat, smart light bulb or voice-
Activate devices such as Alexa-
A motion sensor.
If there is any movement near the device, the system will send you an alarm on the phone.
The security app is obvious, says Manku, because it can be activated when you know your home should be empty.
But it\'s not just a monitoring device.
The system, known as WiFi Motion, is sensitive enough to measure breathing or other small movements in the room and can be used to monitor the breathing of a person while sleeping.
If an older family member does not move for a period of time, it can also remind you.
Finally, programmed AI and machine learning allow WiFi Motion to learn to turn on the heating or air conditioning before you get home from work, turn it off when you leave, or adjust the lighting for the whole day.
The technology can even ignore the movement of pets and fans to avoid false alarms.
The company has 37 patents on its books and another 140 are pending.
\"The way pets move is very different from humans, so we filter it out,\" Manku said . \".
The company recently received $7. 3-
As part of $41, the federal government has provided millions of dollars of support
The region has invested millions in quantum computing and artificial intelligence machine learning.
Cognitive is within the quantum valley investment company jointly launched by BlackBerry
Founder Mike Lazaridis and Doug Fregin were on Westmount Road near the north end of Waterloo in 2013.
Quantum Valley investment also received $20 million in federal funding to help fund the Quantum Valley Creative Lab, a non-profit charity
Related products and business.
Five years ago, the first 30 employees of the cognitive company were BlackBerry\'s chip development team.
Manku and his colleagues
Founder Oleksiy Kravets met with Lazaridis and Fregin shortly after being fired from BlackBerry in 2014 and set up their company by the end of the year.
They are now a team of 38 people, includingop students.
The company will use federal funds to hire more employees, grow the business, and improve the accuracy of the system to detect smaller gestures.
It initially built its own hardware monitoring equipment for the home, but it learned that it can grow faster by developing software solutions and licensing them to other companies.
\"We basically did it to make it easy for people to get, which allows our company to have scale,\" Manku said . \".
\"We are growing almost exponentially because there are so many devices.
\"The popularity of smart home devices has led to an increase in privacy issues such as concerns that Amazon Alexa or Echo is listening to private conversations.
That\'s why cognition chooses a system that doesn\'t use live video, instead searches for motion in an invisible radio wave spectrum and sends you a discreet alert.
\"We always talk about and solve these problems because we know that these things are important to people,\" Manku said . \".
Customers can always control the time of use of the device and can program to deactivate the device while someone is at home.
The software is not yet open to the public, but cognitive has signed agreements with a number of security and communications companies, including Stanley Security, Plume, a wireless router provider, and Qualcomm, a multinational telecom company.
It is up to the service provider to decide what to charge the customer.
Some will include monthly usage fees on monthly bills, while others will be available free of charge to make their products different from their competitors. \"They\'re . . .
Providing services to retain or acquire new customers;
Or let customers enjoy a higher level of service . \"
Jjackson @ therecord
@ JamesDEJ jjackson @ therecord.
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