Dale Calder

Founder, Axeda Corporation
Dale Calder founded Axeda in 2000 with a vision to create real-time connections between people, companies, and assets – revolutionising the way in which businesses interact with their products and customers. Calder believes that any product that can be connected – will be connected.

Dale Calder  is widely regarded as a pioneer in the M2M market

Calder is widely regarded as a pioneer in the M2M market.  According to Connected World magazine: “Without question no one company has touched so many facets of M2M technology as the brainchild of Dale Calder. Calder has been putting ‘code to paper’ envisioning a company that has come true helping companies to realize the power of M2M.”

Calder speaks frequently at industry events and contributes regularly to key media outlets such as Wireless Week, Connected Planet, Connected World Magazine, and Network World through interviews and bylines.  His weekly blog can be found at: http://dalecalder.com

Prior to founding Axeda, Calder also founded and successfully exited FactorySoft, a world lead in connectivity tools for the industrial automation industry.  Prior to founding FactorySoft, Calder held several management and technical positions in the industrial automation marketplace where he focused on real-time data acquisition and presentation.

Calder received a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Duke University. He also attended the M.B.A. program at Carnegie-Mellon University.

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Recent Articles

How to make a strategic choice when selecting the right cellular connectivity partner

Posted on: June 3, 2020

Connectivity is a fundamental component of an IoT solution. Early in their IoT journey device manufacturers and vertical solution providers often leave the connectivity choice to their customers. This causes significant, complex integration issues and frequent troubleshooting when working with multiple mobile network operators. Connectivity is not just a means for exchanging data, it is

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First remote patient monitoring system claimed for bladder dysfunction uses cellular IoT

Posted on: June 2, 2020

Until now, taking accurate bladder function measurements was both a labour-intensive and notoriously inaccurate process. It involved patients voiding (passing urine) into a large top hat-like plastic bucket (called a ‘commode hat’) and keeping manual logs of volume, time, and frequency. A compact and portable battery-powered handheld device promises to revolutionise the sector.

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