Just about everything we do these days relies on technology. And mission critical facilities are the backbone, the heartbeat, that keeps us connected. The complexity associated with these 24/7 facilities fascinates Rajan Battish, an electrical engineer who spent the past 25 years trying to keep pace with the Internet of Things.
A passionate design thinker, Rajan regularly explores new ideas and beta tests new technology products. He pioneered the 400/230V at 60Hz for large data centers in the U.S. and the Tesla Battery Storage System. He is a regular on the speaker circuit and often publishes papers on data center trends, reliability and energy efficiency. It’s his mission to be the best in his field and his work with big brands and industry-leading clients are reasons to believe he is.
Rajan is a relationship builder with an entrepreneurial spirit because he knows that if he doesn’t think of an innovative solution, someone else will. An Accredited Tier Designer from the Uptime Institute and active member of Engineers Without Borders, Rajan lives by a few Golden Rules:
- Take care of the client.
- Do the right thing.
- Be purposeful and mindful in your design.
- Make an impact.
He emphasizes these rules to his three teenage kids, reminding them to be best they can be. For now, that’s school and sports, soccer and rugby to be specific. Because for him, that’s critical to his other mission in life. Being a good dad.