Cutting edge technology that enables data and analytic intensive planning and forecasting

in2lytics’ unique capabilities were developed and forged in Hawaii’s energy system, a living laboratory that is a microcosm of complex energy systems.  Hawaii has embarked on a radical transformation of its energy system to one that has extremely high levels of distributed and intermittent generation and distributed storage, demand-management and demand-response and energy efficiency technologies.  As a result, in2lytics has developed cutting-edge technologies that enable data- and analytic-intensive planning and forecasting and instantaneous visibility and command-and-control for the next-generation (“smart”) electric grid.  in2lytics is positioned to leverage these experiences and capabilities to electric grids across the globe.


Data-driven insight needed for improved planning and decision-making capabilities.

Knowledge that can be gained from grid data is critical for integrating renewables into the grid.  It provides the insight needed to increase system availability while reducing operational expenditure.  With in2lytics, the utility has the data-driven insight needed for improved planning and decision-making capabilities.

In2lytics is a brand new time series database technology with integrated tools for data analytics, data visualization, information sharing, and extensibility. The core in2lytics database is custom built and is not dependent on any existing commercial or open source database products. Developed specifically for efficient integration of multi-rate, multi-source time series data, in2lytics offers significant storage, performance, flexibility, and implementation cost advantages over existing solutions.


Leading the in2 team


Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Bond is an entrepreneur with a particular expertise in energy and technology startups. Prior to in2lytics, he led the successful spinout and startup of two technology companies. In 2015, he led the spinout of Versa, a distributed renewable energy and chemicals company from Battelle, the world’s largest independent R&D organization. In 2005, he led the successful spinout of an internet media company from a large Washington, DC based nonprofit. He has served in senior positions at the U.S. Department of Energy, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, and on Capitol Hill. For a decade, Mr. Bond has worked closely with the National Laboratories and continues to serve on the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Industry Advisory Board. A native Texan from Oklahoma, he is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a BA in History. He and his wife live in the Washington, DC area with their four children where they are active in their church and community, with a particular focus on helping to care for abused and neglected children.


Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer

Mr. Shawver leads the team that develops in2lytics software and applies the products at customer sites. He is an expert in the areas of data systems, distributed systems, data visualization, measurement data analytics, and technical computing. He uses these core competencies in the design and development of tools and applications that leverage the increasing amounts and types of data collected by modernized electric utilities.  Mr. Shawver has served as Principal Investigator and Key Team Member for numerous R&D efforts funded by the US Department of Energy and the US Navy. For The MathWorks, Inc., he was the lead developer of the Parallel Computing Toolbox 1.0 and Distributed Computing Server 1.0 products, which are now used by thousands of engineers and scientists to accelerate technical computing processes.  Mr. Shawver is the inventor of three patents and is a graduate of Cornell University with a Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering.


Chief Operating Officer

Ms. Koga is COO for in2lytics. With a strong background in program management, she has been leading teams to achieve projects within scope, budget and on-time. Ms. Koga has extensive professional experience in project management, hardware/software implementation, applications development and systems analysis. She is exceptional at maintaining focus on bottom line results while recommending and implementing advanced technology and business solutions to meet the client’s needs. Ms. Koga is a PMP Certified Project Management Professional and holds bachelor’s degrees in computer science and mathematics from the University of Hawaii.


Co-Founder & Chairman

Nelson Kanemoto is the co-founder and Chairman of the Board of in2lytics. He is also the co-Founder, President, and CEO of Referentia Systems, a developer of innovative IT solutions and technologies for the Department of Defense and critical infrastructure. Since establishing Referentia in 1996, Mr. Kanemoto has directed Referentia’s growth through the development of intellectual property (IP) by meeting crucial gaps in and working closely with the critical infrastructure sectors in Hawaii as well as on the mainland.  Referentia has developed IP and solutions including innovations in cyber security, network performance management, utility smart grid, healthcare cyber risk frameworks, and aircraft maintenance.



Mr. Liu has a background in law, investment banking, private equity and government.  A graduate of NYU School of Law, Mr. Liu practiced merger and acquisition and corporate finance law in New York before becoming a Managing Director with Morgan Stanley & Co.  In Hawaii, Mr. Liu co-founded PacifiCap, Hawaii’s largest venture capital firm and from 2003 to 2010 served on the Cabinet of the Hawaii Governor as the Director of Business, Economic Development & Tourism and the State’s Energy Resources Coordinator.


Helping transform Hawaii’s energy systems

Utilities in Hawaii have some of the highest penetration of distributed PV. In2lytics has been deployed at three of the local utilities, and is providing a database platform that integrates volumes of disparate data from distributed resources. In2lytics combines SCADA, AMI, irradiance, PV, Wind, and other data to provide new insights into their grid. Applications built on top of this database include modeling and forecasting, behind the meter PV estimation, customer support, curtailment and analytic applications. Results from these utilities show that the knowledge gained from the data is invaluable to understanding the impact of renewables on their grid and is giving them a complete AMI to substation view.


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