Qalyo developed an application that is built like a secured electronic health card, enabling the user to consult their medical data any time.
Myfox prevents intrusions before they happen to protect privacy by offering users two security solutions
Obi is a robotic arm that enables people with disabilities to feed themselves by scooping and delivering food to the mouth
Poof has launched wearable devices, the Pea and the Bean, which measure activity level, sleep, food intake and the calories burnt by their pets
Grizz is a connected wearable that guides blind and partially sighted users by using the wearable vest used with a smartphone.
Doordeck builds both the hardware and software for the locks in the form of electronic locks, digicodes and a smartphone application
Trakdot luggage determines the city where your luggage is and help to find lost luggages
TrackR bravo is a device that the user can plug on any object that he wants to track thanks to a downloadable smartphone app
State Farm is supporting start ups to develop IoT. The objective is to develop products and services that apply the data network in a wide range of areas, from wearable computing, augmented reality and robotics to healthcare, unmanned aerial vehicles, gaming, smart connected cars and the smart connected home.
Customers with ADT control and monitoring systems can get insurance discounts from State Farm
State Farm customers can get discounts on IRIS Lowe home kits
State Farm offers several usage-based insurance programs to users depending on the vehicle they drive
Instead of various alarms and expensive security systems, Orbii is a single affordable unit to monitor the entire house.
Prey is a company that develops software technologies to track and distance control stolen or lost device
Using the Misfit device, Oscar members will track their own health and transmit the biometric information to their medical timelines on Oscar’s mobile app