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News — Flair team

Andrew Dai on Building Great Hardware

Posted by Nishant Batsha on

  We’re thrilled to announce Andrew Dai as our new Director of Hardware Engineering. Andrew comes to Flair from Nest and Tesla.   Andrew grew up in Boston and attended Northwestern University, where he graduated with a BS in Electrical Engineering. Andrew started his career by developing software and hardware for Tesla Motors. He then led hardware projects for Nest Labs. Andrew’s extensive experience in hardware development has led him to believe that great technology comes from close attention to mechanical design, electrical engineering, firmware development, cloud services, user interaction, and customer usage. I talked to Andrew about joining Flair...

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Flair's Open Culture and API

Posted by Nishant Batsha on

How do you make a smart home even smarter? Give users the power to customize. We believe that openness is an essential part of our company. We decided early on to make the Flair API open so that users could create their own programs and integrations that work with our Smart Vents and Pucks. We firmly believe that our customers should be able to customize their hardware. I sat down with Co-founder and CEO Dan Myers and Senior Vice President of Software Ed Paget to talk about the possibilities of our Open API. “An Open API means that people can tailor their...

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Co-founder and CEO Dan Myers on Getting the Details Right

Posted by Nishant Batsha on

I recently had a chance to sit down with our Co-founder and CEO, Dan Myers. Dan has always been passionate about robotics, design, and electronics. Before he even graduated from high school, he built a twenty-foot-long solar-powered car and raced it from Texas to New York.

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Flair In the Beginning

Posted by Dan Myers on

In the last blog post, we told you about building smart vents and thermostats inclusively, affordably, and interoperably. The next thing to share is where we are and how we got here. In the Beginning Flair unofficially started in the polar vortex of early 2014. Dan was living in Chicago at the time and his upstairs was hot and downstairs was cold, a pretty common problem in most multi-floor buildings. To fix this, he was adjusting vents regularly, which helped make his place more comfortable, but got rather tedious day in and day out. There was an article in one of the local...

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Hello World

Posted by Dan Myers on

Many of you know that Flair builds indoor air quality (IAQ) technology and Internet of Things (IoT) products, but what you don’t know is why we choose to operate in this space and our plans for improving it.  Which is why, in our first blog post, describing our DNA is the most important thing we can do.   What We Believe Within the Internet of Things, there are innumerable standards, vagaries around data ownership, closed consortiums and walled gardens. Privacy and security are too often secondary concerns.  At Flair, we aim to use open standards and ensure that you always have...

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