Protecting Your Key Infrastructure Is Our Focus and Passion

Divinio has built the world’s first fully-programmable, multi-sensor, conformable and unobtrusive platform for use in sports and in industrial equipment. The device has been proven in harsh environments under severe shock and vibration conditions, and installs seamlessly, rapidly and permanently on engineering surfaces of any shape and form.

Welcome to the future of structural health monitoring.



James and Jaco have been instrumental in carrying out the technology review of the DRS (Decision Review System) technologies in cricket for the ICC. During this consulting work, they came up with their vision for a unique approach to generating data from sporting equipment and industrial infrastructure. Their passion for the game of cricket is matched only by their desire to bring lasting innovation to both sport and structural health monitoring of global infrastructure.

James FryCEO and Co-Founder
James is co-founder and CEO. He brings over 20 years of sales, marketing and business development leadership with extensive start-up experience across a range of industries. He holds a MBA from F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College. He is an avid cricket fan and the proud founder of the Colonial Cavaliers Cricket Club in Massachusetts.
Jaco PretoriusCTO and Co-Founder
Jaco Pretorius is founder and CTO. Jaco has 20+ years experience in R&D, product development and manufacturing of materials and in capital equipment development. Jaco has also worked in aerospace, electric power equipment and semiconductor manufacturing industries. He holds a M.Sc in Engineering and Management from MIT.
Eric Bodnar
Eric BodnarLead Engineer
Eric Bodnar – 20 year veteran in mobile and wireless systems with a history of successful startups and an M.Sc Engineering from MIT.


Dr. Sanjay Sarma
Dr. Sanjay SarmaDean of Digital Learning, MIT
Holds a bachelor’s degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, awarded in 1989; a master’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University, awarded in 1992; and a PhD from the University of California at Berkeley, awarded in 1995. His research has focused on RFID, sensors, and computer-aided design and manufacturing, among other topics. Sarma was the co-founder and former chairman of research at MIT’s Auto-ID Center.
Amy Spurling
Amy SpurlingCEO, Compt
Respected operations and financial professional, with over 15 years of leadership experience in strategic planning, international expansion, finance and accounting, human resources, corporate governance and risk management. During her career, she has closed nine rounds of financing totaling more than $200M, and managed two acquisitions to close with values ranging from 10-30x revenue. She holds an MBA from Simmons School of Management.