Shane Dyer - Profile

Shane Dyer

CEO at Irrigreen

Stanford University, BS Computer Systems Engineering. Founder and CEO of Arrayent, an IoT Platform company that created more than 60 IoT products with Whirlpool, Chamberlain and Sylvania, etc. (Exit to Prodea for $37MM) funded by Intel Capital, DCM. Founder and CEO of ... more


School Name: Stanford University
Degree: Bachelor's of Science, Computer Systems Engineering
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Title: CEO
Company: Irrigreen
Time Period: February 2018 - Present (3 years 5 months)

IrriGreen’s digital irrigation IoT product centers on an IP protected technology leap, using software techniques from inkjet printing, to vastly reduce the amount of water used. The system is made up of a digital sprinkler head, that “prints” water with great accuracy eliminating the water wasted from conventional overlapping sprays. See more at

Title: Founder, CEO
Company: Arrayent
Time Period: April 2005 - April 2016 (11 years 2 months)

Arrayent is leading IoT platform Company, based silicon valley, transforming how major consumer brands create new relationships their customers through connected devices. Our product, the Arrayent Connect Platform, connects our customer’s consumer products to their smartphone, enterprise and web apps. It has been adopted by world class product brands including: Whirlpool Corporation, Pentair, and Osram Sylvania.

Title: Co-founder, President & CTO
Company: Propellerhead Studios
Time Period: January 2002 - January 2005 (3 years 1 month)

High tech product development firm specializing in bringing new technologies to the toy and game industry. Customers included Mattel, Wild Planet, and Hasbro. Products invented by Propellerhead and distributed through major toy companies included, Tek Tag, Tek Sticks, Agent Tracker, Treasure Hunter, and IM-Me- an internet txt messaging device.

Title: Founder, CEO
Company: ActivePhoto Inc.
Time Period: January 1999 - January 2002 (3 years 1 month)

Pioneering IoT company connecting digital cameras to cellphone infrastructure to send photos and key photo data to a server based business photo workflow cloud. ActivePhoto developed both the camera embedded networking software and developed and operated the photo workflow, storage and media hosting platform. Customers included high photo workflow companies like Allstate Insurance, Kemper Insurance, Levy Latham auctions. Polaroid was a key investor, camera technology and sales partner.


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