Mohammad Soleimani is Kastle’s Chief Innovation Officer, recently advancing to this role after fourteen years serving as Kastle’s Chief Technology Officer. As CTO, Mohammad was responsible for all aspects of Kastle’s development and IT efforts that transformed the business to become the leading cloud-based smart access security technology provider nationally. This new role enables Mohammad to focus on leading Kastle’s efforts to develop the next generation access control platform, building on his leadership roles in industry governing groups such as Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) and Connectivity Standards Alliance (CSA) to ensure access credentials can be used seamlessly across disparate buildings and tenant spaces.
Prior to Kastle, Mohammad led several physical access technology organizations including serving as Vice President Engineering for RFID at Motorola, Inc., and Vice President of Engineering at Matrics/Symbol Technologies RFID hardware and software development. His impressive career also includes founding Sole Net in 2001, and BitCom in 1998, as well as senior positions at Hughes Network Systems, Thuraya and mobile satellite systems, and he was the lead engineer on the first phase of DirectTV receivers.
Mohammad obtained his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at Rochester Institute of Technology and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering with honors from George Washington University.