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
Cocoon listens’ to infrasonic sound waves — sound below 20Hz, which are undetectable to the human ear — combined with machine learning, and monitor an entire home, including detecting intruders through closed doors and in all rooms of the house
BNP Paribas CARDIF is talking about developing a strategy around the Internet of Things, by using Nao, the 58 cm robot. And so, offering a pack, which contains the robot and an insurance contract
In June 2014, AXA offered 1000 Modulango connected bracelets to his customers, in exchange for the exploitation of the data from the connected object, in order to provide prevention advisory
Quell uses transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation* (TENS), that delivers electrical currents to the nerves for relieving pain
Prana is a device connected to an app on the user’s smartphone via Bluetooth, and runs on a lithium ion battery lasting up to 7 days
Stringify is a free mobile app (iOS only to date) that enables its users to link all their connected devices and smart appliances together on one platform and trigger actions. Users can create action chains called “flows” to automate their everyday tasks.
Country: India Year: 2015 Partnering: The platform is specifically designed for banks to enable car purchase, easy auto loan application and approvals as well as provide auto-insurance to the customers. Concept Design: The concept could be leveraged by the banks to build their own mobile applications. Concepts VLendRight creates an entire ecosystem for auto-purchase linking […]
Mybitat is a discreet smart home monitoring system (including home sensors and wearables) for the elderly, designed to respect privacy whilst being able to alert whomever is required when the senior’s physical or mental condition is jeopardized.
Onköl is a box-shaped device that can virtually connect any home and health-monitoring devices that are Bluetooth or USB drive equipped.
Knocki is a smart device that can be used to turn the lights on and off, change the TV channels, set an alarm, shuffle music, turn up the volume, activate the alarm system… simply by knocking at the surface where the device is fixed: walls, tables or any other flat surfaces.
CareZapp partners with companies and organizations delivering care and support at home, such as private clinics, professional homecare providers and home automation enterprises, to create a network accessible online for the elderly or sick people, via a website and a free smartphone app.
AutoBrain is a connected car platform using a small cellular device that users need to plug into the OBD (on board diagnostic port) of their car, to monitor it and send their users alerts through a smartphone, tablet and desktop app or put them on the phone with assistants.
Api.ai launched an open-source platform enabling integration of intelligent voice recognition features for 14 languages into existing products and services such as mobile apps, wearables, robots, automotive industry, smart home devices and smart TV to create voice-enabled user interfaces including speech recognition, natural language understanding and user queries.
Monkey provides its users with a communication component to install into traditional intercoms and a mobile app that allow them to enter their building without their keys. Monkey unlocks their front door whenever their smartphone approaches it.