AnyWi Technologies

AnyWi Technologies provides innovative solutions to securely connect people and technology.

The distinctive character of AnyWi is in years of experience with wireless communication, advanced research and an international network of experts. Most projects in which AnyWi is involved are business-critical applications with real-time data processing. In addition, the specialists of AnyWi are both technically and organisationally strong in finding tailor-made solutions for uncommon data communication problems with a keen eye for the future. Applying new technology in a smart way can strengthen your competitive position. Feel free to contact us and be informed about the possibilities.

Henk Uittenbogaard 

has been the director of AnyWi Technologies since its foundation. He is also chairman of the Living Lab foundation that stimulates innovations through active involvement of end users during the design process. As managing director, he was responsible for the Dutch branch of Joost Internet TV (of the founders of Skype). Before that he was director of Blue Cielo Holding BV for fourteen years, market leader in the field of asset management software for engineers. He studied Electrical Engineering and Industrial Design at TU Delft.

Morten Larsen

works in development of human-centered software systems and performs R&D in human factors-related projects. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering from 1994 at the Technical University of Denmark, and has since worked at the JRC, as a consultant on topics related to human factors and interactive training in the aviation domain (ATC and flight crews), alongside more traditional software work.

Rick van der Zwet

is responsible as Project Engineer for making bridges between customer wishes and technical solutions and make sure they are delivered on time. He received his MSc in Computer Science at LIACS Leiden University focusing on topics data-mining in telemetric data. His toolbox consists of a strong background in system engineering with a focus on (open source) automation and integration solutions. In his spare time he is active within Wireless Leiden Foundation and social open source initiatives.

Franklin Selgert 

works on projects focused on IoT security. Franklin studied architecture at TU-Delft, in his long career in ICT he worked on the deployment of CAD, internet, and IoT technologies, in sectors like building and marine installations, newspaper, telecom and health-care. As part of his work he was a member of the board of directors of the Open Mobile alliance, chairman of the board of the bmco forum and Chair of the Multimedia Content Delivery workgroup in ETSI. in the early days of internet Franklin co-founded the internet service provider Intermax.

Marcell Marosvolgyi

works on IoT related CI/CD. Msc in Physics, from Leiden University. Has worked as a researcher in the field of biophysics (photosynthetic power conversion, thermodynamics) and as scientific programmer in the field of computational astrophysics. Member of the Makerspace Leiden (laser-cutter optics, IoT, EDA). Active in some open source hardware and software projects including home-brew CNC mill, several audio devices and a python framebuffer module (embedded)

Jens Finkhäuser

is a software professional, founder, CTO, architect and established open source software developer. His most recent open source ventures and past involvement in secure networking protocol design and implementation, as well as cross-platform development on restricted platforms, align him well with AnyWi's R&D projects. Jens lives in the lake region near Munich, Germany, with his spacecraft engineer wife and two children.


3e Binnenvestgracht 23H
2312 NR Leiden The Netherlands