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Ranieri Silvestre de Barros


Birthplace: Brazil

Autodidact, entrepreneur, founder of Mastiff. Developer of a thermostat smart collar for dogs that tracks the animal's health by measuring vital signs such as temperature, heart rate and time of activity/rest, integrating IoT technology with a thermal system that maximizes animal comfort in summer, winter or after physical exercises. Ranieri has studied and created the entire electronic engineering, mechanics, programming and design of the thermostat collar, an innovation that is not commercialized in the world. He has 4 years of experience in developing this product. He was awarded a patent by INPI, a silver medal in Engineering by the Brazilian Science and Engineering Fair (FEBRACE), a bronze medal in Engineering by the Northeast Science and Technology Fair (FENECIT), has studied Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Yale University in USA, was awarded with a mentoring program for projects of the Brazilian Harvard Association and was a finalist of the largest acceleration program of startups in Latin America, Mineralízate by Codelco Lab in Chile. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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