Nest Labs

Nest Labs is a home automation company manufacturing sensor-driven, Wi-Fi-enabled, self-learning thermostats and smoke detectors. The Company provides several services and products: The Nest Learning Thermostat for climate control, Nest Energy Services to optimize home energy consumption, The Nest Protect, a smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, Nest Cam for home security, and Nest Safety Rewards that lets customers save money through participating home insurance providers.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Google
HQ
Palo Alto, US
Founded
2010
Website
nest.com
Nest Labs was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, US

Key People at Nest Labs

Shige Honjo

Shige Honjo

Design, Engineering and Operations
Chip Lutton

Chip Lutton

Lead Counsel
Tom vonReichbauer

Tom vonReichbauer

Chief Business Officer
Doug Sweeny

Doug Sweeny

Head of Marketing
Matt Rogers

Matt Rogers

CPO

Nest Labs Office Locations

Nest Labs has an office in Palo Alto
Palo Alto, US (HQ)
3400 Hillview Avenue

Nest Labs Data and Metrics

Nest Labs Summary

Founding Date

2010

Total Funding

$80 m

Investors

In total, Nest Labs had raised $80 m. Nest Labs is a subsidiary of Google

Nest Labs Median Salaries

Source: 15 public H-1B filings from Nest Labs

Traffic Overview of Nest Labs

Nest Labs Online and Social Media Presence

Nest Labs News and Updates

Watch Nest unveil its next big thing right here

 Starting at 12:00 pm Eastern, Nest is set to unveil… something. There have been rumors and whispers and murmurs about what Nest could unveil but all will be revealed shortly. And then shortly after, Nest Co-founder and VP of Engineering Matt Rogers will speak at Disrupt SF about the new products. T…

Announcing the complete agenda for Disrupt SF, plus five reasons why you need to be there

 Our Disrupt SF (September 18-20) is just a week away, and we’ve made Disrupt SF more engaging and useful than ever for founders and investors alike, in addition to providing a pretty mind-blowing speaker line-up for the main stage. The latest agenda is below. But first, here are five reasons why yo…

A Stanford professor’s advice on surviving the a**hole at your startup

 If you’ve never worked for a complete jerk, consider yourself lucky. Roughly one in five people polled say they’ve experienced bullying in the workplace — and 61 percent of the time, the bully is the person to whom an employee reports directly. None of this is news to Stanford Professor Bob Sutton.…

Nest invites press to a “big announcement” on September 20

 Earlier today Nest announced a new thermostat but it appears the company has more things to announce. Nest just sent invites to an event on September 20, saying it’s a big announcement. No other details were offered. The company needs a hit and the product announced earlier today is not a hit in th…

AI Weekly: Siri, please meet Alexa and Google Assistant

What a difference a year makes. The headlines this week could have been pulled from last spring: intelligent assistants, voice interfaces, and devices. But in 2017, different flavors of machine learning underpin all of them. Hello, Google Assistant. Hello, Alexa. Please meet Siri. Yes, Apple has fin…

Did Nest just photoshop Simone de Beauvoir? And why?

ANALYSIS: History is messy. Even messier is the business of trying to erase history. Messiest of all is any attempt to rewrite literature: History may be written — and rewritten — by victors, but mess with literature and you have a problem on your hands. Nest Labs, the highest-profile company in the…
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