Kashio founded Fomalhaut in 2008, focusing on reverse engineering research on automotive and wireless communication equipment. Fomalhaut currently teardowns over 200 products a year including 2 cars in 2019, all the way down to the last piece of screw. 2000 reports in stock.
Kashio is also known as one of the early inventors of location-based information delivery technology to the mobile handset, appears as granted Japan patent JP4729666 deemed as fundamental. On the private side, Kashio dedicates himself as a private military submarine historian, searching Japanese lost subs during WWII in the hope of locating their last position for peace of mind of perished sailors.
Education and Career:
1997: Bachelor at Sophia University.
1997-2000: Ministry of Finance, Japan: responsible for the national budget.
2000-2008: Federal Government of Canada: responsible for IC, communication, intellectual property, aerospace, and clean energy.
2008-present: CEO at Fomalhaut Techno Solutions, covering mobile, base station and automotive electronics.
2028: Planning to launch "Lost Submarine Foundation"