Joe has an MS Ocean Systems Management and an ME Ocean Engineering, MIT with over twenty years of engineering and consulting experience in the marine and robotics field designing, building and operating unmanned vehicles (drones) for military and educational use. Joe has hands-on management experience in start-ups and established companies, directing teams of engineers and technicians developing complex systems and managing challenging engineering projects.
Founder, Chairman, CTO
• Seasoned start-up founder, CEO, CTO and Chairman
• Noted innovator with inventions licensed to the world’s largest corporations
• Registered US Patent Attorney
• University of Bridgeport School of Law, Juris Doctorate 1989
• University of Connecticut, B.S. Engineering Physics 1986
John Daniels has over twenty-five years experience as an engineer and patent attorney.
John has a multi-faceted career as an innovator and entrepreneur. His first invention, a fog-less shower mirror, was patented while still in law school. John turned that invention into a product, the FogNot, and sold tens of thousands of units. His first patent portfolio sale consisted of an electrorheological fluid brake for exercise equipment sold to NordicTrack, Inc. John has innovated and sold inventions to companies such as Abu Garcia/Outdoor Technologies Group, a leader in sports fishing equipment, and a cellphone range extending and radiation shield to a start-up called RangeStar.
John created a suite of interactive television innovations, and built the world’s first television pause button. The prototypes were demonstrated and this patent portfolio sold to Microsoft.
John founded a start-up company called Articulated Technologies, Inc. based on his innovations for Light Emitting Diodes, displays and solar cells. Articulated Technologies was sold in 2010.
With a proven ability to see where the future intersection of enabling technologies will occur, John has demonstrated he can conceive of useful inventions, protect those inventions, build working prototypes that further the building of the patent portfolio, and finally commercialize the resulting technology either through the introduction of products or the sale of significant intellectual property to industry.