To build a more sustainable world by creating data-driven insights for industrial operations.
To provide practical software products and services that improve the operation of industrial equipment, systems, and processes through enterprise-scale machine learning and analytics.
We focus solely on the challenges related to asset-intensive industrial operations for companies in oil & gas, power, chemicals, maritime, and related industries. Our team and expertise reflects this focus.
We combine global data science, cloud IT, industrial design, and business process expertise, with a focus on heavy industries. This unique combination of skills allows us to build software that solves real industrial challenges.
Our software is designed and built from the ground up by and for heavy industrial users.
George is a software developer who's contributed to multiple startups in Houston. Prior to his startup experience, he worked on embedded software for HP Enterprise.
A native Houstonian, he graduated from Rice University in Electrical Engineering.
In his free time, he enjoys games, dancing, and volunteering in anything related to education.
Adrian Martinez joined Arundo in July of 2017 and is currently a Product Designer. Adrian is focused on improving the user experience for the asset-heavy industry and making tools users want to use daily. He holds a BA from UT Dallas in Arts and Technology.
Rodrigo is a Senior Software Developer with experience in UI architecture and front-end requirements. Having a BA in Industrial Design and Specialization Certificates in Computer Programming and Systems Analysis from PUC-Rio (Brazil), he has contributed to projects involving geospatial data exposed in SPA's, as well as resource and personnel management for the Brazilian Defense Department.
When he is not working, he is spoiling his dogs with treats,
Part of Stanford University's StartX program and an investment recipient from the Stanford-StartX Fund.
Recognized as a select company from a pool of more than 1,600 MIT-connected startups based on technical and commercial success.
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