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Erogear Inc.

Provider of MediaWear --- a digital advertising platform offering unique impressions and mobile services to global and local brands.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Marketing / Advertising
  • Location San Francisco, CA, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded September 2009
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Erogear will soon offer brands large and small, a path to reach their customers in a new and exciting way.

Erogear's flexible MediaWear display integrated into apparel offers animated text messaging and low resolution day-bright video tied to the human form.

Our product is an ad spot. Our digital services on top of ad impressions offers brands high value connections and delivery of incentives to mobile phones in proximity.


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    Anders Nelson

    Over the past five years, Anders has pioneered the technology at the heart of Erogear—the wearable display. Anders has spent many years creating LED stage lighting for musical acts, supported customers at a global semiconductor company, and most recently worked for Dropcam which was acquired by Google in 2014. Anders has a B.S in Computer Engineering from Michigan State University.

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    Sandi Wright

    Executive level marketing and business development experience at leading brands J. Crew, Saks and Fifth Avenue. She has a BA from Colgate University and an MA from Columbia University.

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    Alex Irkliy
    VP of Engineering

    14 years of engineering design experience in wireless, embedded hardware, firmware, and server software.   While at at a tier one semiconductor manufacturer for the last 8 years, Alex implemented and consulted on countless successful products for OEM customers worldwide.   With an end to end systems view, Alex is a critical part of the team that will realize the first Internet of Wearable Displays.

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    James Baka
    VP of Business Development

    Bringing 20 years of engineering, business development, and sales management to the team, Jim is responsible for Erogear's goto market strategy. He managed the North American business for Bosch during their market entry into mobile MEMS sensors and most recently founded a mobile app company focused on early childhood learning development. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and BS in Economics from Rutgers University.