DeviceHub.net released a remote reading solution for Smart Meters and is now about to take the whole business industry by storm. This platform is bound to offer a multitude of benefits to businesses and it comes as the solution for fast and reliable install. Read More
Curiosity does not always kill the cat, as the saying says. Quite the opposite, we may say, if we look at the story of DeviceHub.net: it helps you build a successful IoT startup from scratch.
DeviceHub.net is a proud alumni of the Startup Spotlight competition & mentoring program. 35% of our participants closed deals as a result of attending the program (check out the Startup Spotlight Progress Report for more). And the next one could by you! Apply by October 30, 2015 and get ready to close deals & compete for the 20k cash prizes.
When we learned about the Kitchen Budapest hackathon for home automation we just knew we have to attend. The promise of open source hardware, young innovators and good programming skills is what convinced us and we gladly accepted the invitation. The topic of the hackathon “Home, smart home” was a perfect match for us, so we provided contestants with the DeviceHub.net Internet of Things platform for rapid prototyping, as well as assisted them during the whole quest.
The first hackathon took place in Budapest in the Kitchen Budapest revenue, where we benefited from their amazing electronics workplace in order to create cases for prototypes during the event. Read More
The concept of Internet of Things emphasises the fact that any electronic device can be connected to the Internet in order to gather, generate or exchange data, thus proving an extended applicability.
It is the case for many industries that energy frequently represents the second largest operational cost. But energy is hard to monitor and energy fluctuations can have a negative impact on the production line as such. However, most companies lack cost effective measurement systems and modelling tools and/or performance and management tools to optimise energy use in individual production operations, much less in real-time across multiple operations, facilities, or an entire supply chain. It is a fact that each machine comes with a “personalised” software, but more often than not this does not allow a compact view of the data gathered from the production line as a whole. Thus, although data is available, it is hard to understand or visualise, lacking predictive validity in the case of incidents. Read More
Brace yourselves! How to Web is coming and it’s going to be… LEGENDARY! Meet some of the best & brightest minds in the CEE & beyond, listen to hands-on talks & practical case studies, get to feel the vibe of the CEE startup ecosystem! All these & more on November 26 & 27 at the 6th edition of How to Web, the most important conference on tech innovation & entrepreneurship in South Eastern Europe. Are you the founder of an early-stage tech startup with disruptive potential at global scale? Then apply now for Startup Spotlight, competition & mentoring program with total cash prizes of USD 20.000!
Internet & Mobile World 2015, the most extensive expo-conference for digital, mobile and software solutions brings tech savvys and professionals in touch not only with the latest ideas and technologies, but also with the architects of the digital future. The event to be held between October 7th and 8th 2015, is designed as a platform where people can share opinions, find new business partnerships and collaborate for the benefit of their companies.
Researchers’ Night, an annual event held in over 300 European cities as a gathering place for the general public and specialists from such fields as science, technology and innovation will take place on September 25th 2015 in 15 cities from Romania, as well.
This year’s edition advances two complementary approaches, Researchers for Humanity and do you speak science, both consisting in a wide range of fun, hands-on and interactive activities as well informal discussions on topical issues aimed to increase awareness of research and innovation among the public at large. Read More
Telekom Innovation Contest is seeking once again smart innovators worldwide. Telekom Romania and the organisers of the contest invite startups and innovators in Romania to apply until October 15 on www.telekom-innovation-contest.com in three categories. The contest is the unique access to the exclusive Innovation Expo in Budapest, where startups meet Deutsche Telekom’s business units. Teams can apply from now on until October 15, startups and innovators from all over the world being invited to submit their ideas. According to Deutsche Telekom‘s hottest topics, the submitted solutions should cover one of the categories: Smart Data Analytics, Future Communication or Industry 4.0/ IoT. Because Deutsche Telekom is looking for mature ideas, the teams have to present at least a working prototype. Read More
Until October 6th, startups and entrepreneurs with innovative ideas within IT industry that want to develop their projects can apply for hub:raum Krakow WARP – one of the best acceleration programs for startups in Central and Eastern Europe. The initiative is organized by hub:raum Krakow, the innovation center that is a part of Deutsche Telekom, owner of T-Mobile in Poland. During three editions of the accelerator over 36 teams from 15 European countries participated in the program, they agreed that hub:raum Krakow WARP is perfectly adapted to European startup ecosystem and gives opportunity to develop the project in this region. People interested in this year’s edition can apply on the website. Read More
DeviceHub.net, one of Europe’s top 12 IoT startups in 2015, and finalist in the Challenge UP! incubation program, has joined forces with Freescale Semiconductor, a global leader in embedded processing solutions, to bring you the Internet of Tomorrow.
Through this collaboration, and benefiting from Freescale’s expertise in leading the evolution of embedded technologies, DeviceHub.net strives to help bring the Internet of Things to life by enabling not only the interconnectivity of everyday objects, but also widened cooperation with other devices, humans, infrastructure, and environment.
Specifically, by entering Freescale’s Connect Partner Program, DeviceHub.net brings its IoT PaaS to Freescale’s comprehensive ecosystem. The DeviceHub.net platform, which is modular and built to scale with security and performance as primary objectives, will integrate with Freescale’s hardware (sensors, processors, microcontrollers), allowing development and delivery of embedded solutions for IoT product design, and ensuring the highest levels of integrated security. While using the innovative cloud software provided by DeviceHub.net, IoT professional developers are assisted in every step of developing IoT products, as well as during the product life cycle. Thus, they can concentrate on hardware development, collaborate with other developers online, and fasten the market launch of their products/solutions.
As part of becoming a Freescale partner, DeviceHub.net will begin developing demos and reference implementations featuring its dashboard for data-gathering and analysis, remote control, and event-based alerting atop Freescale hardware. The first line of supported hardware will be the Freescale Kinetis® K6x Ethernet Crypto Microcontrollers. Subsequently, other Freescale devices (processors, sensors, embedded hardware) will be certified and integrated with DeviceHub.net in order to provide comprehensive hardware and software solutions for Freescale’s integrators. Videos will be available on the Freescale IoT Center and on the Tutorials area of the DeviceHub.net website. Applications will cover reference implementations in such areas as automotive, medical/healthcare, industrial, smart energy, networking and consumer (home appliances, wearables etc.).
“At DeviceHub.net we see this junction as a great opportunity to be part of a dynamic technical community that powers the IoT innovation nowadays at global level. Consistent with our partners’ views, we are dedicated to making the IoT a reality for the end-users, be they individual consumers or enterprises. And, by using some of the best hardware on the market to create and enable the secure, embedded solutions needed for the Internet of Things via the DeviceHub.net platform” – Ionut Cotoi, CEO at DeviceHub.net
If you want a sneak peek at the projects inaugurated by this partnership, get connected with us.
DeviceHub.net is a cloud service that allows users (both makers and companies) to easily connect their Internet enabled hardware projects to a dashboard for data gathering and analysis, remote control, and event based alerting. Furthermore, the product is scalable, designed for smart metering, fleet management, medical industry, solar energy, factories, home automation, IoT makers, automotive, wearable etc., being a SCADA for 4.0 industry.