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Home Security under $100 and setup under 2 minutes, this is truly built for everybody. Introducing our patent-pending 1-piece Door/Window Sensor.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Consumer Products
  • Location Seattle, WA, US
  • Currency USD
  • Founded March 2012
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Raised $420K on Indiegogo. See our video at

Using innovation in sensor technology, Korner is a home security that costs $59 up front, $39/year, and takes 2 minutes to install.

Our offering includes a Fob that plugs into a user’s router and communicates wirelessly with Tags (with a reusable adhesive) that are applied to doors and windows. In addition, our app allows alerts to be instantly forwarded to a user's personal networks.


  • Retail Fulfillment Operations and AWS – Amazon
    Technology Investment banking – Merrill Lynch, Wachovia
    Engineer – Nortel

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    Chris Doughty
    Director, Electrical Engineering

    Chris’ experience as an Electrical Engineer includes work with the original Xbox game controller, industrial and appliance controls, and solid state laser research. More recently he was the Director of Electrical Engineering at X2 Biosystems, where he led the design and development of a radio telemetry system for monitoring head impacts to athletes. He has a BS and MS from the University of Washington in Electrical Engineering.

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    Direct, Product Management

    Jed’s background is in mechanical engineering and manufacturing. For close to 2 decades he has worked in product development, helping to launch everything from wearable health devices to satellites. Jed has held a number of roles, including Director of Product Development at X2 Biosystems, that designed a wireless, MEMS-based product to detect concussions for athletes. He has an MS in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from Stanford.

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    Director, Software Engineering

    Rob is a veteran Firmware Engineer who has developed products such as head-mounted displays, hospital glucose meters, Xbox peripherals, optical tracker gaming mice, and instrumented sports mouth guards. Most recently, he was the Director of Software Engineering at X2 Biosystems writing software to track sports helmet impact telemetry from player to cloud. He has a BS in Physics and Astronomy from the University of Washington.