Rodolfo Saccoman | Co-Founder and CEO | AdMobilize
Rodolfo Saccoman is Co-Founder and CEO of AdMobilize; a “machine intelligence” technology company reimagining humanity’s relationship with the physical world. Joined by a brilliantly diverse team of 40, AdMobilize is recognized as one of the most promising companies revolutionizing the convergence of artificial intelligence, hardware, and software.
Rodolfo was born in Brazil and at age 17 immigrated to the USA to attend Cornell University. He is a serial entrepreneur productizing complex technologies. Rodolfo and his brother won on ABC’s “Shark Tank” first season with AI-based MyTherapyJournal. Prior to “breaking loose” from the corporate world, he led disruptive innovations at The Breakers, obtained his MBA and was a stock broker for Morgan Stanley. Rodolfo is fluent in four languages, has visited 27% of the countries in the world, is an avid athlete, and loves the potential of human beings to achieve the (im) possible.
Headquartered in Miami, Florida, venture-backed AdMobilize operates two business units: AdMobilize, which connects the physical world to the online grid by utilizing proprietary instant-detection computer vision and artificial intelligence technology that advances the DOOH, OOH, and Retail industries with the most complete platform that includes: audience measurement, facial detection and recognition, vehicle detection and recognition, gesture recognition, people counting, demographic analysis including age, gender, emotion, and dwell time. The second business unit is MATRIX Labs, creating a brand new app economy anchored on IoT and democratized artificial intelligence.
The company has assembled a world-class board of advisors including: Mok Oh (serial entrepreneur and former Chief Data Scientist at PayPal), Kurt Holstein (founded and sold Rosetta Digital for $575M), Noel Elman (serial entrepreneur and former MIT research scientist) and Beto Dantas (former head of innovation at Flextronics), and Nabyl Charania (CEO of Rokk3r Labs). The company operates sister offices in Portland, Washington D.C., London (UK), Bogota (Colombia), and Salvador (Brazil).