Lanikai Labs

Video telephony for iot

Our Expertise

Video telephony

AlohaRTC, our WebRTC native SDK, enables high quality, real-time communication between modern browsers and connected devices. TURN and integration handled.

Embedded systems

From use cases from remote piloting to telepresence to smart cameras, our flexible, self-service platform enables control of almost any ARM/Linux hardware.

machine learning

For artificial intelligence, real-time matters. Lanikai Labs' platform enables secure, peer-to-peer communication with connected devices – with sub 300ms latency.

WEBRTC FOR THE IOT

Real-time communication for embedded devices

Real-time Video telephony

Lanikai Labs' video telephony platform enables real-time video, audio, and data from ARM/Linux devices to any browser – even across NATs.

AlohaRTC, our WebRTC native SDK, enables secure, peer-to-peer, high quality video for your connected devices. For use cases from smart cameras and telepresence to autonomous vehicles or robotic arms, AlohaRTC allows real-time video telephony for the IoT.

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About lanikai

We're a team of former Google and Tesla engineers, educated at Caltech and UCLA, building a video telephony platform for IoT devices. We've worked in embedded, robotics, manufacturing, and content delivery. Now we're bringing high quality, secure video telephony to connected devices.

Chris Hiszpanski

Chris holds MSEE and BSEE degrees from Caltech and enjoys building elegant solutions to make the world better. At Kuna, he created a computer vision platform for an IoT camera network, and he holds a patent in smart camera technology.

Most recently, Chris built distributed machine learning vision systems at Tesla.

Jordan Carlson

Jordan completed his BS in Physics at Caltech and holds an MA in physics from UC Berkeley, and he is driven to understand things at their most fundamental level.

He was previously a senior software engineer at Google, where he helped build out a platform for testing mobile apps on real devices.

Nicole Gear

Nicole has a BS in Business from the University of Florida and is an MBA candidate at UCLA Anderson. She has product, finance, and marketing experience at Silicon Valley startups in the content/video delivery and IoT spaces.

Previously, she worked on a cloud-based transcoding platform that was acquired by Dolby Laboratories.

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