STARKVILLE, MS – 23 August 2016 – The Mississippi Business Journal has named Camgian CEO Gary Butler to TECH 21, a listing of top Mississippians in the technology industry. Butler was recognized along with tech veterans such as former Netscape CEO Jim Barksdale and former Skytel Chairman John Palmer as top contributors to technology in Mississippi and the world.
Recently, Camgian has been highlighted for its pioneering work in the Internet of Things (IoT) market. Camgian’s award winning product, Egburt, is one of the industry’s first edge computing platforms that efficiently connects industrial assets with automated real-time sensor analytics.
He currently serves as chair of the Vanderbilt University School of Engineering Board of Visitors and is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization.
Camgian is an award winning developer of advanced sensing and information processing platforms that deliver real-time, actionable intelligence. Leveraging innovations in the areas of multi-sensor signal processing, data analytics and information fusion, Camgian is pioneering a new generation of intelligent decision support products that address key needs in the industrial, defense and national security markets.
Camgian has been named by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing private companies in the US, Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the most entrepreneurial companies in America and Compass Intelligence as one of the world’s top companies in IoT innovation and execution. Moreover, ABI Research featured Camgian in their 2015 Hot Tech Innovators report, which identified the company as one of the world’s top tech start-ups for their pioneering work in IoT and edge computing.
For more information on Camgian, please visit camgian.com.