Data Silos Hurt Our Covid Response

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the world. Many refer to the pandemic as an unforeseeable event, a black swan that could not be planned for. We wish to agree and to disagree with such sentiments. While the specifics of the virus could not have been expected, it was clear that many situations such as plagues, wildfires, earthquakes, and more do not respect organizational boundaries yet we continue to build data networks that do.
The siloed nature of our data networks makes it difficult for data to flow across organizational structures and that makes it impossible use data for situational awareness. Our unpreparedness made assessment and communications much more difficult than it should have been and that in turn hindered our ability to respond.
We do not need another application and we do not need a new detection system, we need a new way to think about data networks!

Helping Hands

I3 Systems is a startup. It is a startup with a significant amount of technology and expertise behind it. But we need help and like most other startups, cash will continue to be a scarce resource until revenue builds.

We are looking for people who believe in the idea of an open IoT data network where devices can be easily connected to applications under the supervision of the device owners. People who think data should flow as easily as content flows between users and application on the Internet. If you are one of these people, we have an opportunity for you.

The pay is not much, the rewards come from earning stock options, experiences, and an opportunity to help change the data driven world. If you are interested, please send us a paragraph or two about yourself and include a resume or CV if at all possible. You can send it to and we will get back to you as soon as we can.