In a nondescript Naperville office park, Adam Justice is working to bring the Internet of Things to the masses. He’s vice president of Grid Connect, a company his father Mike founded in 2003 that makes, distributes and sells commercial networking products. In 2013, Grid Connect launched ConnectSense, its first line of wireless sensors for home use to remotely monitor things, from your lights to your water pipes. As the company prepares to launch a ConnectSense smart electrical outlet, Adam Justice shares his vision for a connected future.
Naperville Magazine recently spoke with the founder and vice president of ConnectSense, Adam Justice, about how innovation and technology are keeping us connected and changing the way we live our daily lives.
Naperville-based ConnectSense is connecting families and businesses with the things that matter the most through home automation and business monitoring. ConnectSense’s WiFi-based sensors are used for monitoring just about everything in your environment including water, motion and security. In addition, these sensors send notifications alerting customers about potential problems while they are away.