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First of all, the engineers with extensive expertise

As a team team of engineers, we are driven by curiosity, passion and excellence, constantly seeking for new opportunities to learn, improve and innovate. We embrace feedback, failure and change as opportunities to grow, and strive to deliver high-quality results that make a positive impact on society and the environment.

Sensory Ninja
Co-founder, hardware/software engineer

Stanislav Antonov

Stanislav has been around software and hardware engineering since 2005, developing systems that integrate the physical and digital worlds. He graduated in master’s degree in mechanical engineering, and passionate about creating reliable solutions that leverage the proven and robust technologies and tools in hardware and software engineering.

The topics covered by Stanislav are embedded systems, microcontrollers and FPGAs, sensors, energy harvesting and low-power autonomous devices, wireless communication, radars, data processing and distributed computing.

Sensory Ninja
Co-founder, infrastructure/software engineer

Andrey Konovka

Andrey is a software engineer who has been developing and testing software systems for various applications since 2008. Having a strong background in computer science and engineering, he is passionate about creating innovative solutions. Throughout his career, he has worked on various types of software systems, such as web applications, mobile applications, cloud services and databases, and used various tools, languages and frameworks. Andrey is a competent and confident engineer who can solve complex problems, while being a fast learner, who can adapt to new challenges and environments.

The topics covered by Andrey are mobile applications, infrastructure and tooling, automated testing, front-end and back-end applications.

Sensory Ninja was originated in Czech Republic, the heart of Europe, and strives to expand further.


Prague, Czech Republic


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