Bharat has over 35 years experience in the high tech sector and after studying for his honours degree and his Masters, he went to work with Data Applications Ltd, Micro Research S.A. and Vector International S.A. in Belgium. A return to the UK and a return to Data Applications saw him take up the position of Operations Manager ensuring the cost effective management of production activities. This eye for manufacturing effectiveness led him to set up Dexdyne in 1986.
Dexdyne specialised as industrial consultants helping companies improve manufacturing effectiveness and increasing production. The development of SCADA hardware and software has led Dexdyne to be at the cutting edge of the industry for over a decade.
Nils Martensson has over 45 years of experience in the electronics industry (including Ericsson 1961-70 and Plessey 1976-78), particularly in mobile telecommunications. He has extensive experience of successfully developing technology companies, one of which was Technophone Limited, a pioneering cellular telephone manufacturer. Nils founded Technophone Limited in 1984 and by 1991 the company was the second largest manufacturer of cellular telephones in Europe. Technophone was responsible for the production of the first pocket telephone in 1985. The company was sold to Nokia in 1991.
Since leaving Nokia in 1992, Nils has been involved with a number of technology company start-ups through his own company IPR Industries Limited, one of which, C-Dilla Limited, was sold to Macrovision in 1999.Nils is also a director of Powerstax PLC, Ozone Industries Limited and was until the end of 2001 a non-executive director of the Hong Kong based Vtech Holdings Limited.He holds an MSc degree in Electronic Engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden and a BA in Managerial Economics.
David has been working in hardware development for over 30 years. David graduated with a First Class Honours degree from Cambridge University in Computer Sciences and went onto work at Data Applications in Brussels where he specialised in communications protocol development, industrial control and personal computer design and development.
A return to the UK with the same company meant a move into microcomputer design and industrial applications. David then went onto work with JB Designs in the design and development of custom systems, custom electronics and weighing machines. He then co founded Dexdyne with Bharat Gupta and has been involved with the design and implementation of over 30 electronic hardware projects. David is the lead developer of the DX unit.