Upon graduating from UNT in 2012, Christopher worked for a pediatric autism therapy center as a part-time developmental therapist, part-time construction project manager for 3 years. Combining his eclectic working experience, a decade of avid gardening, and a keen ability to bring talents together, his sole dedication now lies with the vision of enriching lives through the benefits of Aquaponics.
Resident tinkerer and Field Application Engineer for the IoT (Internet of Things) market. Max has been working in the embedded wireless technology sector for the past three years, primarily supporting cellular, WiFi, and Bluetooth technologies. The applications he has helped develop range from commercial fleet management to industrialized tablets and PCs, so a self-regulating aquaponics system shouldn't be too difficult...right?
The perpetual student, Vishal studies data science and is currently a graduate student studying neuroscience at the University of Texas at Dallas. Prior to his graduate studies, he was one of the first employees at Wikipedia and has experience in business development and software consulting.