ioBridge Internet of Things OEM Solutions (video)

You might be wondering how to Internet enable a product. Or, you might be thinking about what the “Internet of Things” means for your business. Over the years we have worked with many startups, consumer products companies, government agencies, and developers. We have learned a lot about what it means to add the web to a product and really take advantage of web services connected to traditional products and business processes. Think about how energy monitoring has revolutionized the power industry and has created Smart Buildings. Our customers have found a competitive edge by adding our technology to their products and services. Not only is the result low cost, but the solution is typically new and disruptive. We offer everything from embedded to wireless and from web services to mobile apps. We can web-enable anything.

If you are considering adding remote control and monitoring to an existing product or creating a new web-based product and service, contact us now at oem@iobridge.com. Leverage our experience and take advantage of our first-of-its-kind, patent-pending Internet technology.

Here is a video introduction to the ioBridge platform and OEM Solutions that we offer:

Video transcript:

Let’s say you have created a product that you want to web-enable. In this video, we intend to give you a quick introduction of ioBridge and our OEM solutions.

To get started, visit www.ioBridge.com.

ioBridge is a platform to enable device interaction, remote control, and monitoring of devices via the Internet.

Once your product is connected, you can leverage the web to give your product a competitive edge. You can tap into web services such as email alerts, real-time monitoring, charts, reports, remote control, remote upgrades, user account management, and social networking.

The ioBridge platform is seamless. We can help you with any aspect of bringing your products to the Internet. We offer licensing of our patent-pending technology, custom web apps, custom mobile apps, product integration, website integration, and custom engineering services.

You may have questions on how to get started, so please contact us. We have worked with many customers and projects ranging from extremely large consumer product companies to helping startups companies create their prototypes.

If you want to learn more on how ioBridge can help you with the Internet of Things, contact us at oem@iobridge.com.

Web of Things Workshop 2011

It’s a privilege to announce that we have been invited to give a talk at the 2nd International Workshop on the Web of Things in San Francisco on June 12, 2011. The Web of Things Workshop is in conjunction with Pervasive 2011, international conference on pervasive computing.

The Web of Things Workshop features the latest research on the bleeding edge of this emerging Internet of Things that everyone seems to be talking about as of recent. Hans Scharler, co-founder of ioBridge and ThingSpeak, will be presenting on his involvement with the business of The Internet of Things. Hans will provide some business cases, share ioBridge projects turned products, show the latest ioBridge technology, and demonstrate a live web of things project.

“I am thrilled to be participating with WoT2011 Workshop,” said Hans Scharler. “The workshop will have some great research presentations and you’ll have an opportunity to meet the innovators behind our emerging industry.”

Web of Things Workshop

In addition to the Web of Things Workshop, a hackathon will be held to bring together people from different industries to implement their ideas relating to the Internet of Things. Lots can happen at a hackathon, as you never know what will emerge. The concept is to have everyone focus on a particular area and see what gets created. We will be providing sensors, hardware, and access to web services to help enable some interesting applications. For more information and registration, visit the Web of Things Hackathon site.

Web of Thing Hackathon [info]

Saturday, June 11, 2011 - 9am – 5 pm

Gray Area Foundation for the Arts [map]
998 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94102

Web of Things Workshop [info]

Sunday, June 12, 2011 – 9am – 5pm

Hotel Nikko San Francisco [map]
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94102