About Sensor

Sensor Industries is a leading Internet of Things company bringing new operational efficiency, increased Net Operating Income and water and energy conservation to owners and residents of multifamily communities and commercial properties. Our proprietary SI-Mesh wireless network is specifically designed to power networks of sensors capable of monitoring a wide array of environmental conditions and building systems’ performance. Access to this vital data lowers costs, reduce risks, and provides new revenue opportunities to the property owners while simultaneously enhancing the occupancy experience for the tenants.

We have over 7,000 sensors installed in over 90 complexes throughout the United States and Canada, saving clients thousands of dollars against their monthly water bill and over 32 million gallons of potable water to date.

Our Team

Our seasoned management team, working with innovative product development professionals, and backed by the expertise of our engineers is the guarantee to our customers that Sensor Industries will always be the cutting-edge of smart home systems for multifamily buildings.

Contact us at (888)-893-6493 or info@sensor-industries.com to learn how the Internet of Things and Sensor Industries can keep your company on the leading edge of income property performance.

Dave Duckwitz

Dave Duckwitz

CEO

BIO

Neal Lassila

Neal Lassila

COO

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Casey Knauss

Casey Knauss

CTO

Wade Horigan

Wade Horigan

Director of Channel Sales

John Guardino

John Guardino

Director of Sales

Nicholas Benz

Nicholas Benz

Software Engineer / Director of Account Management

Jon Miller

Jon Miller

Frontend Product Manager

Joe Digiglio

Joe Digiglio

Manufacturing Manager

Frank Sunseri

Frank Sunseri

Manufacturing

Board of Directors

John Buccola

John Buccola

Chairman of the Board

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Mike Panesis

Mike Panesis

Co-Founder, Board Member

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Lonnie D. Schnell

Lonnie D. Schnell

Board Member

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Ray Roush

Ray Roush

Board Member

Jim Armstrong

Jim Armstrong

Board Member

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Richard Lowenthal

Richard Lowenthal

Board Advisor

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Camarillo, CA 93012

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Dave Duckwitz has broad experience in the digital world where he has held executive leadership roles that have led to multiple successful company exits. In Dave’s current role as Chief Executive Officer of Sensor Industries, he is focused on providing Multi-Unit property owners technology that enables them to improve their Net Operating Income while focusing on water conservation.

In Dave’s last role as CEO of Target Media Partners Interactive (TMPi), a performance-based lead generation and digital marketing company, he built and sold the Company in November 2018 to Digital Air Strike. Prior to TMPi, Dave was CEO of venture-backed CitizenHawk, Inc. from 2008 – 2014 where he successfully led the Company to an exit by Wolters Kluwer. Howard Shultz’s (founder of Starbucks) investment firm Maveron, was the lead investor in CitizenHawk. Previously Dave held executive management positions with ValueClick, Commission Junction, SupportSoft and Stamps.com, and earlier held sales and sales management positions at Computer Associates, ASK Group and Hewlett-Packard. Dave is a computer information system graduate of California State Polytechnic University (Pomona).

Neal Lassila is a seasoned executive holding key leadership positions in enterprise-level roles. He has leveraged his talents and skills in Enterprise Level Strategic Planning, Start-Up Development through Exit, Technology Leadership, Business and Technology Operations, and several high visibility R&D initiatives with 3 patents to his name.

During his 22 year tenure with The Walt Disney Company, he led the global technology team, the strategic planning, and re-launch of The Disney Stores and integration with Disney Store.com establishing the Omni-Channel strategy for Disney. Neal also enjoyed the opportunity to work directly with notable senior executives Bob Iger, Steve Jobs, and many others.

In 2012, he created and launched Fresh Juice Global, a digital agency, which focused on digital transformation services to the retail and hospitality industries. In his role as CEO, Neal built trusted relationships with many General Managers, C-Suite executives and owners in the hotel and timeshare segments as they looked for new growth strategies.

Neal attended the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Business Administration.

John Buccola serves as Sensor Industries’ Chairman of the Board and has served on its Board since April 2017. Mr. Buccola is the Chief Technology Officer for Profit Enhancement Systems (PES) in Westlake Village. Prior to PES, Buccola was CIO for WASH, North America’s premier provider of multifamily housing services, where he was recognized by MIT and Microsoft for his work in machine learning. John also held CIO and IT leadership roles at Panavision and Alliance Healthcare and serves as a Board Member for the Society for Information Management, BikeVentura and the Channel Islands YMCA. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business from the University of La Verne.

Mike Panesis is the Executive Director of the California Lutheran University Center for Entrepreneurship. He is a startup community leader in the Conejo Valley and Ventura County, to the north of Los Angeles. He comes to Cal Lutheran from UC Santa Barbara, where he ran UCSB’s highly successful New Venture Competition. Mr. Panesis is a frequent speaker on entrepreneurship and early stage investing.

Mike is Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Governors of Tech Coast Angels (TCA), the largest accredited angel investor group in the country. He heads TCA’s Central Coast Investor Network. Mike is a founding member of the Santa Barbara Angel Alliance.

Mike has an MBA Marketing from Rutgers University and a BS in Computer Science for Business from the DeVry Institute of Technology. He lives in Camarillo with his wife and two children. He is on the Steering Committee of the Ventura County Greek Festival.

Previously serving as CEO of Talon International, Inc. for ten years, Mr. Schnell led an operational and financial turnaround of this global apparel brand including establishment of a worldwide supply chain, strategic customer realignments and multiple debt & equity restructurings. Prior to Talon he provided financial turnaround & management services to an electronic surface-mount manufacturer; an e-commerce marketplace for electronic components; and an international manufacturer and distributor of high technology pumps. Mr. Schnell has also served as a senior financial and corporate development officer for a diversified consumer products firm, an international aerospace manufacturer; and a regional apparel retailer. He was a CPA with Ernst & Young and completed an executive MBA with Stanford University Executive Institute.

A successful and experienced venture investor across a variety of enterprise and consumer facing technology companies, Jim is a founding partner of March Capital Partners, launched in 2014.

Jim was a lead early investor (pre product launch) and on the board of consumer hits PayPal, NetZero and CarsDirect and has led investments across enterprise technology companies that have sold to Cisco, VMWare and Microsoft. On several occasions Forbes Magazine has recognized Jim on its “Midas List” as one of the top Venture Capitalists in the United States.

Jim co-founded March Capital in 2014 and has been at Clearstone Venture Partners since 1998. Jim was a partner with idealab Capital Partners in the late 1990s and started his career at Austin Ventures in 1995.

Jim still actively manages Clearstone’s investments in SupplyFrame, CarStory, HomeStory and UserTesting, and was involved in the launch of two innovative venture studios – The Hive (big data and AI) and The Fabric (cloud networking). Jim was a seed investor, led early rounds of financing and is on the board of March Capital companies SpyCloud (cyber security), Branch (employee fin tech), Bridg (retail tech), Vyng (consumer mobile) and Lexicon (travel tech).

Jim holds a BA in Economics from the University of California at Los Angeles and an MBA from the McCombs School at the University of Texas at Austin. He still loves investing in Texas.

Richard Lowenthal has started several companies and has been an executive at ChargePoint, Cisco, StrataCom, Stardent Computers, and Convergent Technologies. He was formerly Mayor of Cupertino and has been President of several non-profits. He is a leading expert in electric vehicles and holds over 30 patents in EV charging.

He’s currently on the board of the Cupertino Educational Endowment Foundation, the Cupertino Rotary Endowment Foundation, and ChargePoint, Inc.