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Scanalytics is a part of Microsoft’s new Internet of Things accelerator. The company’s flagship product is an intelligent floor mat called the SoleSensor, which measures foot traffic. It works like a touch screen for the floor and the company claims that it can measure 100% of foot traffic in an area, down to each individual step. The potential for the enterprise is huge, especially in retail.

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The Birdi Smart Air Monitor is better than a smoke detector. The wifi-connected device tracks air quality, whether it’s an everyday health danger like indoor air pollution or an emergency like fire or elevated carbon monoxide levels, Birdi’s got your back.

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Unifying consumers’ connected devices through one simple app that helps smart home products work together, Revolv was purpose-built to take the complexity out of connecting, controlling and automating a smart home. It has the capability to automate devices used in daily routines through time, place and sensor triggers.

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Home and business security systems are costly and generate false alarms.
Chui’s technology replaces keys, passwords or codes by allowing you to disarm a security system with facial recognition. The first application of this system is an intelligent doorbell. You can use it to open your door to invited guests using your smartphone. Chui ensures you have complete control over who is entering your home through real-time notifications and the ability to engage in live conversations with visitors.

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Adhere Tech

Adhere Tech is a simple yet effective tool for the healthcare applications of the Internet of Things. Founded in 2011, Adhere Tech focuses on the tendency of medical patients to forget to to take their pills on time. To combat the said problem, Adhere Tech came up with a connected pill bottle that tracks when a pill or some quantity of medicine has been removed. In case of non-removal, it notifies the patient via text/mail/lights on bottle.

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Xively (after going through a few name changes), is a division of Log Me In, a global remote services provider. Xively provides developers with an award-winning IoT platform and application solutions. It enables users to connect and manage all their devices by providing native SDKs for Android, Arduino, ARM mbed, Java, PHP, Ruby, and Python languages.

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thethings.iO is a recent startup that claims to be the ‘Amazon Web Services’ for IoT.
thethings.iO platform provides an IoT backend solution for developers with an easy and flexible API. The standout feature is its interoperability i.e. its ability to work seamlessly with both REST and COAP APIs.
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Tempo IQ

Tempo IQ has risen quickly and evolved from a simple database provider to an IoT backend provider. Developers can monitor their data using the unique pipeline feature of Tempo IQ. Tempo IQ has also built SDKs for popular languages used to connect sensors.

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Founded in 2013, Temboo came as a God-send to developers looking to connect their sensors to the cloud. Temboo generates ready-made code snippets in all major languages based on the input from the developers about the service needed. Temboo has shown great potential and is a strong contender to become a middleware for IoT.

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Konekt recently raised $1.3 million in seed fund to develop an IoT communication platform. It amalgamates cellular plans, cloud infrastructure and APIs. Simply put, Konekt makes it incredibly easy for anyone to add cellular connectivity to their hardware devices.

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