Kurt Brandt, CEO LinqThingz, received a PhD in physics from UWM and has spent two decades developing sensor and software solutions for government and commercial customers such as Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, National Institutes of Health, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Science Foundation, General Electric Company, Eaton Corporation, Cooper Industries and Johnson Controls. He is a serial problem solver and is focused on connecting disruptive technologies to future market opportunities. He Founded: Abiolux non-invasive sensing technology, Megatron Electromagnetic Systems – power grid / data center security solution, Accipiter Robotic Network – agricultural drone solution. He has authored multiple Patents and peer-reviewed Publications, and has been invited to serve in round tables at the US Capital. His company LinqThingz produces Internet of Thingz and Artificial Intelligence solutions for smart cities. These solutions are expected to save lives by helping first responders and save logistics companies $13B per year.