Saikrishnan Ranganathan
Founder and CEO
SensorFlow

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Saikrishnan Ranganathan began his professional career over 10 years ago. Today, he is the Founder and CEO of SensorFlow. SensorFlow makes smart buildings a reality. Its mission is to retrofit every building to make it more productive, energy-efficient, and sustainable.


Ranganathan first got his start in 2011 as a co-founder at MoneySlate. From there, he went on to SMILE, before eventually rising to senior software architect at Intraix, his most recent position prior to joining SensorFlow.


Ranganathan graduated from the National University of Singapore with an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering.


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  1. Saikrishnan (Sai) is the CEO and co-founder of SensorFlow, a Singapore-based startup which offers hoteliers a smart solution to reduce their energy consumption, optimise their operational efficiency and achieve their sustainability goals. Driven by the vision to mitigate global challenges, Sai has consistently worked towards engineering solutions that are practical, adaptable, and aligned with the immediate climate problems faced worldwide. One of the youngest thought leaders in the region, Sai was part of the Entrepreneur First cohort, where he built the technical expertise to transform SensorFlow as a viable business model, scalable across different markets. Sai also has a background in energy management and smart home automation and has worked extensively on energy monitoring solutions for schools, data centres, homes, malls and factories. Being an industry expert in areas such as IoT, AI and digital transformation for buildings, Sai has been invited to speak at a number of international conferences, seminars, events and panels where he has shared his views and expertise on key topics.

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